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NOTICE 

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ii U9 Vols. 4to. cloth, gold lettered, Price 4:89. 10s. It can only be 
supplied however from April i, 1873 to the present time, heing 
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INDEX 



O THE 



TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



1886. 



^V INTER QUARTER— January 1 to March 31 



" Tlie only true hUtory of a country i« to U^ t'n.inil in its newspapors." 

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to init it to any file: thos 8 > 11 e means 8th Jan., page 11, colnmn ft; the italic letter after the flnit*flgur>l « ; 
noting the month, and the italic letter (acoording to alphabet) after the second figure noting the colnmn of ■ 
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A. 
Aberdeen (Lord) and his Tenants, 18 ; 10 e 

Univereity, Appuintments, 27 m \\ f 

Abyssinia, Miscellaneous News, 10 m 5 6 

Mission to, 16 / 9/ 

— — ^ Bp. Rouvier Allowed to Return and Re- 
open his Lazarist Mission, 14.; 6 e 

-^— Capt. Smith Leaves for, with an Autograph 
Letter for King John from Queen Victoriai 2 
; 5 f— 4 ; 6 a— 5 ; o e—\SJ 5 c—lO m 5 6 

Academie des Sciences, Report, B f9 / 

ACCIDENTS:— 

• Wm. Alton, J. W. Bennett and Harry 

Swingler, Drowned by the Ice Breaking, on 
which they were Sliding, at Leicester, 11 / 6 / 

-*— Aralanche, Fall of an, on the Stossi Alps, 
near Amsteg, Father and his Three Sons 
Buried. 8/86 

• Emily Baker, Seriously Burnt, by her 

Clothes Taking Fire, at East Street, Man- 
chester Square, \2 m 5 d 

- Mr. Barling, Killed while Hunting, at 
Famham Common, 31 m 9./ 

-^— Wm. Henry Bamsley and Wm. A. Inman, 
Two Boy a. Drowned by the Ice ISreaking on 
which they were Sliding, in Annesley Park, 

18/»/ 

■ Mr. John "Black, Accidentally Shot by his 

Own Gun, while out Rabbit Shooting, at 

Nottingham. 23 / He 
— — Boat Capsized in Skye, Three Men Drowned, 

12/4/ 
at Oxford, Mr. Schonberg Drowned, 19 

/5c 

■ of Teignmouth Harbour, Three Men 
Drowned. 18 m 10/ 

-^— Boiler Explosion at the Exhall Colliery, 
near Coreni ry, 1 7 / 1 2 « 

at the Cardiff Docks, on Board the Steam 



Tag Rifleman, Seven Men Killed and Several 
Injured. ^ mil d 
in St. Mary's Church, Fort Wayne, 



Indiana Demolishmg the Church and Killing 
Two Persons, 15 ;' 5 d 

— Jas. Brewin, Drowned by the Ice Breaking 
on which he was Skating, at Leicester, 1 1 ; 6/ 

— Capt. F. Campbell. Thrown from his Horse 

whila fTnnfinor a* St Pouro n-m^-^ a i ti f 



Accidents {continued^, 

Lord Edward Cavendish and his Three Sons, 

by Hiding on the Sands near Holker Hall and 
Sinking in the Quicksands, 16 i 5 e 

in the Chancelade Quarries, Cannibalism, 

80 III 6 e 
Mr. James Charles, Accidentally Shot by 

his own Gun, while out Shooting, near Ports- 

mouth, 1 1 m 1 1 b 
in Colorado, Fall of Avalanches. Kills Six 

Miners and Damages much Property, 27 ; 5 e 
Wm. Darlington, Killed by a Steam 

Travelling Crane* Blown down, during a 

Thunderstorm at Wednesbury, 14 i 6 e 
Henry Davis, Killed by Falling from the 

Berwyn Mountain, Letter of Condolence from 

Mrs. Gladstone to the Father, \0 mb o 

Mr. Dixon- Hartland. Knocked Down by a 

Horse and Oart, near Blackfriars Bridge, 15 

jQa 

at Dorotha Slate Quarry, Talysarn, Re- 
covery of Two more Bodies. 27 m 7 f 

at Dover Cliffs, a Lad Killed by Falling 

from, 23 m 1 1 ^ 

Emma and Esther, Three Hands Drowned off, 

18/9/ 

Explosion of Blasting Powder, at Sheffield 

Park, Sussex. Two Men Killed, i\ j 6 d 

in Bloomfield lioad, Bow, 7 ; 4y 

of a Boiler, at Charles Street, Sheffield, 

25 ;■ \\J 

at a Cartridge Manufactory, at Donai, 



80 Men Injured, 1 5 / 6 c 

" in Coventry Park, Streatham. \ i 5 f 

of Dynamite, in a Cottage, near Leek, 20 



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in Warwickshire — Mr. Eli Green 



Killed, 13; 5 e 

of Gas, at the Bell Tavern, Lambeth 

Road, 1/5/ 

in Grosvenor Road, Pimlico. 28 / 7 </ 



of Gunpowder in the Arsenal, at Kieff, 

Four Soldiers Killed. &c., 11/6/* 

at Malin Head, County Donegal, One 



Man Killed and Several Injured, 13 ; 5 e 
Official Inquiry into, 22 m 9 f 



of Natural Gas at MurrayviUe, Four Men 

KiUed, 22m b d 

at Wnnlwirh Araannl 7% i \(\ h 



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VAI.MKU'S INDKX TO *' TI£K TIMES ' NEWSPAPKR. 



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Accidents (ronttnuetr). 

— Explosion at i'lnllips's Factory. Rirmiiig- 
ham, 27 ; 5 e 

at VViKan. Two Children Killed and Six 

FerBons Injured, 17 w i^ e 

— John Fearnsiile. Accidentally Shot Dead, by 
his ("oiism. at West AnUley. i;^ / H e 

Fort of Kupehiionde, Part of the Defe/wtv^ 

Works of Antwerp Falling ni of. G hp « \ •' ; 

to the Emperor 

a Court Ball 1 in 

at Martlcpool 

by the Fal;) of m\ OHf ^t'ablc. 2i» wild 

i^t; 41olfoway% JSynfie Fall of the Wall of 

^ie/ahOif.Uousea, Five Persons Killed, 1 / 

* \ ■ 'Mr. John Holmger. Drowned in the Serpen- 
tine by the Ice Breaking, *1 m%d 

— — Mr. Howard. Diowned while Yachting off 
Villafranca. 31 m 9/ 

• — Col. Howard. Thrown from his Horse while 
Hunting at Betchworih Park. '24 m 9 e 

Hubbard, Drowned by the Ice Breaking on 

which he was Skating, at Spalding 21 j 6 / 

— Ice Accidents. » j 6 /—I I / 6 /— 18 ; 9 /— 
21 ;6y— 8/7«/— 11/9/"— 2 w8 c/— 12 w 8 c 
— 15W l2/»— 18r/i6/ 

in the Serpentine, Note on, 1 m 8 ^ 

— at Ipswich, to a Salvation Army Procession, 
from a Horse becoming Frightened Dashing 
through and Injuring Twenty Persons, 26/ be 

«— - Mr. Albert Karlquist, Drowned in the 

Serpentine, by the ice Breaking. 2 m 8 c 
"-— at Langley, Two Persons Drowned by Ice 

Breaking in Black Park at, 15 m 12 h 
"— Humphrey Lewis, Frozen to Death on the 

Trawsfynydd Mountain, Merionethshire, 20 m 

18 6 

at Lewisham. Collapse of a Black of Build- 
ings. 2 m 9 / 

_ at Liverpool, by the Collapse of the Exhi- 
bition Building, 20 Persona Injured, 17/12 « 

•i at the Liverpool Exhibition, by the Gale 

Unroofing One of the Annexes, One Man Killed 
and another Injured. 81 m Ha 

at Madras, the Wall of a New Building 

Falling in Burying 80 or 40 Persons, I mod 

m John Martin. Shattered to Pieces by Coming 

into Contact with a Parcel of Dynamite, near 
Cloankilty, 21 ; 6 /» 

Mr. D. i>. Matliieson, Killed by an Iron 

Column Falling upon him, at Marsh's Chemical 
Works. Widnes. 12 /'Bft 

— — Mr. T. O. Mcyrick, Drowned by the Capsiz- 
ing of his C -anoe, at Newnham Mill Pitt, 22 m 9/ 

-^— near Oldham, to Two Men while Excavating 
the Ground, at Bower Lane, One of the Sides 
Falling in. Killing One and Seriously Injuring 
the other, 81 m 9/ 

— • Mrs. Owen, Frozen to Death by i< ailing 
into a Ditch during a Great Storm, near 
Neston, 9 ; 7 a 

Oxendale, a Railway Porter, by Falling into 

a Pit of a Coal Depot, at Nafferton, and Broke 

. his Neck, 6 ; 5 / 

-»— Pearson, a Man Named, Drowned by the 
Ice Breaking, near Bradford, SJ 7 d 



Accidents (cont hived). 

Jos. Pinnow, Killed by a Tramway Engine, 

at Birmin^ihnin, 2 w 6 e 

at Plymouih, by the Falling of Mr. Spear*8 

}*remise.'t in Old Town Street, Mrs. Gilbert 

Killed, 28 m 10 6 
Mr. vVni. Pruden, Thrown from his Horse 

and Killed while Hunting, near Bingham^ 6 

/ ri /. 
Thos. Uadford. Killed by being Kicked in 

the Abdomen while Playing at F^ootball, 24^ 

116 
at Radford, Nottingham, to Two Men. by 

the Ladder on which they were Standing 

Breaking. Killing One and Seriously Iiijurhig 

the other. 16 7 10 6 
Miss Ruth Ediih Radnor. Drowned by the 

Ice Breaking, at Bromley, 12 »i 8 c 
in Regent's P.irk, by the Ice Breaking, over 

100 IVrsouH Immersed 1 1 / 6 /" 

Arthur liiibinson. Accidentally Shot by « 

Friend, at Diss, 15 m 7 </ — !({ /n 10 h 

liiiffee. Two Young Men Named, Drowned 

while Skating near Peterbor(»u;(h, 11/9/* 

Mary Itogers, Burnt to D.ath l>y her Clotliea 

takinjf Fire, in Bell Alley, Goswell Road. 1 7 4 c 

Mr. T. B. Roy<ion. by Snapping One of the 

Tendcins of his Ij<*ft I^eg. 12 ; 5 « 

in Russia, at Taganrog, nearly 1. 000 Fisher- 
men Carried out to Sea, the Ice becinuing 
Detachvd, 13/ 4 / 

Jdhn Uuxton. Accidentally Burnt to Death 

in his Bed. near Swansea, 27 / 18 

Geo. Thompson, a Boy. who while Skating 

was nearly Drowned by the Ice Breaking but 
Bravely Rescued by another Boy, at Bolton, 
15? 7c 

Janet Thompson. Killeti by Falling from an 

UptK'r W indow she was Cleaning on the Kail* 

ings below, 10 / 10 a 
Twist and Rotherham, Two Boys, Drowned 

by the Breaking of the Ice on which they were 

Sliding, at Hej'car, 9 ; (» /" 

- George Wall, Killed while Coupling a Tram- 
way Engine, at Birmingham. 2 m 8 r 

Capt. Whittle. Killed by being Thrown from 

hi< Horse while Hunting, at Cheltenham, 19 
J 6 / 

Lady Flora Wilinot, from an Overdose of 

('hloroform. 2 w lo e 

in Windsor Park, by the Ice Breaking, 18 

m 6 / 
Wolsteidiolmes, a Boy Named, Drowned by 

the lee Breaking, on which he was Sliding, 

near Eastwood, 9 / G / 

Jas. Wooton, Drowned in the Grand Junc- 
tion ('anal, at VVtdverton. 9 j 6 /' 

— in Worcestershire, at an' Auction Sale, at 
Lickey, by a Beam Breaking and the 
Auctioneer and about 20 Persons Precipitated 
into the Room below, 9 ; 9 / 

Arthur Yeulett, by Falling into the River 

Ouse, at Buckingham, Bravely Rescued by 
Wm. Pickering, a Boy, 9 / 1 1 li 

ACCIDENTS -MINING :— 

— at Cwm Pit, Cyfarthfa, by a Fall of Stone, 
2d J iOj 



3larcli 31, 1886. J palmer's indf.x to " the times 



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NEWSPAPER. 



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Actidente -Mining {continued). 

Colliery Kxplouions in IH85. 2/5/ 

Explosion of Firedamp in Alniy roUiery. 

in Wyoming Territory , 15 Colliers Killed, 18 

«t Dunbar Colliery Pensylvania, 15 Per- 
sons Killed, Urn 10 r/ 
at the Raston Colliery, Bristol, F*our 



Killed and Several Injured, 20 /he 

at Oriel Colliery, Newbury, West, 

Virginia, 23/6 «.-26i 5/ 

Iron Mine near (^atasaqua, Falling in 

Entomb 12 Miners. 15/5 if 

Fire in one of the Bent Colliery Company's 

Pits, at Both well 8 / 7 c 

at Lauehead Lead Mine, Two Men Im- 
prisoned in. 9 / 5 / 

Mardy Explosion. Awards of Silver Medals 

for Heroism at. 25,/' 7 / 

Fund for the Relief of the Sufferers, 1 i 

Notes on. 1 ; 8 c— 4 ; 7 6 -7; 8/— 7/ 6c 

Noticeabout. 7; 10/ 



at Ryhope Colliery, Sunderland, to Two Men 

by the Fall of Stone. 20 ; 1 1 « 

- at the Werfa Old Pit, near Aberdare, Three 
Men Killed, 29 m 6./ 

— Wi|;an Colliery H^xplosion, 5 / 9 s 
Accidents in Mines Commission. 8 9 II c — 15 ? 6 

«— 27; 12<7-6/'6c— 12/ 11 e— 26y 8 rf— 4 m 

8 f)— 12 m 12 a 
AOCIDENTS-EAILWAT :— 

Mr. Geo. Carey, Killed between Heme Bay 

and Reculver. 20 / 5 e 

— — Mr. Crawford, by the Train Starting, and 
a Man KiUed in Saving ihe Woman. 27 / 12 / 

- — Richard Farabry, Killed near Farringdon 
Street Station. 24 m 9 e 

John Lindley, Killed at Hazlehead Station, 

9; 10/ 

Mr. Henry Liverd, Killed near Slough 

Station, \Si il d 

Wm. Wilkinson, Killed near Burton Joyce, 

}$m6d 

near Broomside Colliery, by an Overflow, 

28>6/ 

at the Bnrlescombe Viaduct, at Trestlebridge, 

8/6/ 

at Charing Croas, on the District Line, 12 

- Breakdown at Clapham Station, 6 /* 10 c 
near Corsicana, Texas three Men Killed and 

"Seven Wounded, 14; 5 e 

Explosion at the Victoria Station, Norwich, 

27 J 6 c- 26j7 e 

Landslip i^t Christleton Tunnel, lljT f—U 

j\2e 

— :- at Mark Lane Station, by the breakdown 

of an Engine, 1 ./ 6 6 
•i — near Newcastle, by the Subsidence of a 

Fortton of the Lin^ 16 ; 6 6 

- near Radway Green, to a Goods Train, 4 / 
6</ 

at Sheffield, from a Cow on the Line, 8 m 7 d 

- at kiloane Square Station, 15 m 9 / 

near Valdivia, Carrying Sioldiers, 80 Persons 

Killed. 16 75c 



A ocidentB— Railway ( contin ued). 

Subsidence near Prestonpaiis, S/G e 

in Vinice. by the Fall of an Avalanche, at 

Pontebba, 23 / 5 e 

at Weymouth, 4 ? 7 e 

Collision in Alabama on a Railway Bridge 

Destroy lus; the Bridge. 1 1 ; 5 c 

near Alida, Indiana, 14^5 c 

at Binegar, 4 / 6 </ 

near Burnley, 23 / 1 1 / 

at Cannon Street Station, 26 / 5 s 

at Carlisle Station, 24 /'lOJ 

at Crewe. 6/ 10 c 

at Dava Station, 8 /* 7 rf 

at Kiimieston Station, 19 m 12 6 

at Finsbury Park Station, lly 10 a— 19 

m 126 

Official Inquiry into, 20 m 1 1 /* 



at Gorebridge Station. 28 / 10 a 

near Hyndland Station, 19 m 12 6 

near Linhthgow Station, 3 m 10 c 

at Manor Park, 8 ; 9/— 9 ; 7 d—llj 8 b 

-13; 11/ 

Notes on. 12/11 c/-^14;8c 



between Roquubrune and Monte Carlo, 12 

M5r~18M7/ 

at Wilmington Delaware. 11 j 5 e 



Actors' Benevolent Fund, Annual Meeting, 9/76 

Donations, 1 m 9 / 

Acwonh (W. M.) on the Mansion House Relief 

Fund. 19/* 13/ 
Adamson (D.) on the Manchester Ship Canal, 18 

Jot 
Administration of Justice and the Caucus, 21 / 

6/-23 7 10 a— 28/3 <7 
ADSOBALTY OOURT :-- 

the Atios, 12/ 3/ 

the Bemina^ 4 m 3 c/ 

the Colombo Carolina, 26 ;' 4 6 

the Chadwick, 16 / 4 o 

the General Roberts, BOjSf 

the Glendale, 15 j 4 a 

the Harkaway. 27 j ^ a 

the Harvest, 12i 3 6 

the/nf/ttf, 16; 4d 

the Johann Soerdrvp, 25 m 8 6 

the Risca, 26 m 4 a 

the Katif, \7jZd 

the Atih, 9 fia 

the Nueva Buenauentwa^ 2 /*8/ 

the Para, 5 m 4 a 

the Queen, 16 / 8 d 

the Raleigh's Cross, 28/ 4 6 

the Roman, 21 / 3 e 

the St. Audries, M/Sf 

the Srhleswig, 28 ; 3 c— 29 / 4 6 

the Seaham Harbour, 5/ 4 a 

the Silvia, 19 m 3 / 

the Tiher, 1 / 3 «— 4/8 e 

the Turcot, 18/4 c— 20; 8 d 

.^routes in the Dardanelles, 27 / 6 b 
Afghan Boundary, 5 > 8 a 

Paper Read before the Society of Arts on, 

20m 7d 

Commission, 2/6 o — 4 ; 5 rf— 6 / 6 s— 11 ; 6 

b^lHJ 5 6- 18>6 a— 21 ; 5/— 21 ; 5/— 26 ; 6 
«— 28 I 5 e— 29 ; 6 6- 5 / 5 c— 8 / 6 «— 17 /•5 6 



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PALUAB's index, to ^^ THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. i to 



— 18/^6«— 24/5/— 1 m6</-6 m 7 ft— 8 w 6 
6— 19 m 5 6—22 m 5 c— 29 m b/SO m 5 «— 31 

IN 5 € 

Frontier CommUBion, 8/ 6 «— 16 /Ad 

Agar- Ellis (A.) Expropriation of Irish Landlords, 

20 »ii 4 6 

Agrarian Agitation, a Picture of, 25 ; 4 0—26 ; 
lOc-3/ 13a— II /4a 

— Note on, 18 m 18 c 
Agricultural Hall, Bazaar at, bj 5/ 

Horse ^how at, 23y 10 «— 24 / 11 /"— 26 fS 

€1—3 HI 10 u— 4 m B a 

Depression in the North of England, 17/ 



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Labourers' Allotments, 20 f9 f 
— Mr. Chamberlain on the Position of, 9j 7 e 
Wages, 26 m 4 / 



-^ Large and Small Holdings, 2/18 a 

Produce, 6 ; 10 /*— 18> 7 /— 20 f 18 a— 28 / 

10 s— 3/ 11 /L-lO/Tc— 18y 18«-26y 11/ 
—4 m 4y-10 m 11 /'-18 m 4y--25 4 e— 31 m 

11 b 

•^— Savings and I/oan Company, 10 m 1 1 6 

Statistics of Great Briuin, I /7 <f 

Ahearne (J.) the Separation of Northern Queens- 
land, 29; ]3(/~4/8c 
Aird (John) on the Amalgamated Society of 

Engineers, 28 ; 8 6 
• — on Capital and Wages, 4/6 ^ 

on HiberniaPacanda, 10 m 10 6 

Wages in the Iron Trade, 9 ; 1 2 e 

on I he Working Classes, 9/ 6 rf 

AlamiUos Company, 19 m 11 y 
Albert Hall. Faust at, 22>3 </ 
Concerts 12/13t 

— London Sunday School Choir at, 29 m 4 / 
the Queen at, 21 / 7 / 

Albert Institute, Windsor, Distribution of Prizes 
by Princess Christian, 29 m 9/ 

Palace, Concerts, 15 / 7 e—2bj 11/— 1 m 

■ Poultry Show at, 14y 4 a 

— Suspension Bridge. 7 j \0 d 
Albo Carbon Light Company. 10/ 11 c 
Alcock (R.) on Russia and Corea, 13^ 4 « 
Aldwinckle (T. W.) on the Unemployed, 22 / 10 6 
Alexander (J. G.) Execution of Foreign Judg- 
ments, 4/4/ 

Alexandra Park Railway and open Spaces, 16/ 

12 a 

Algiers, Ancient Roman Arts in, 2 / 10/ 
All Saints, Appeal for Funds, 23; 4 (^ 
AlUn (C. H.) the Election* in Brazil, 18 / 6 « 
Alliance Economic Investment Company, 15 m 

11 e 
. Marine Assurance Company, 21/11 6—28 

111/ 
Allotment Statistics. 19^12 6 
Allotments Association, Meeting at Birmingham, 

2/6/ 
Annual Meeting, 12 ; 12 a 

■ Report, 11 7 10 « 

the Manor Farm of Ilkeston, 16/9/ 

and the Duke of Grafton, 29 m tf / 

in Herta 30 m 11 

Question, 13> 10 6-4/ 12 d— 12/ 18 «—17 



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Allotments, Notes on the Debate, 2 fS f 

' — and Small Holdings, 11/10 e— 12 / IS a- 5 

J 10 6-25 m96 

Statistics of, 8 w 12 f 

Allsopp (Sir H.) Correction, 6 / 10 </ 

Alnwich. Artesian Spring at. 8/7/ 

Alpine Ascent in Winter. 9 i 4 r 

Alf^acp Lorraine. Provincial Committee in, Opened 

by the Governor-Gteneral, 19 ; 6 c 
Alt man (A. J.) on the Heavy Snowstorm, 7 j6 d 
Amalgamated Society of Engineers, Annual 

Dinner, 25 ; 8 6 
Ambulance Work in the Colliery Districts, 7/ 7« 
AMERICA— UNITED STATES:— 

Alien Landowners in, 10 m 6 / 

Apaches Raids, 20/5 d 

— American Pasteur institute formed «t New 
York. b)bd 

— Lord Aylesford*8 Property in Texas sold by 
Auction and bought by his Brother Mr. Finch, 
7jbo 

Baring, Bros. & Co., Change their Americaa 

Agency to Redder. Peabody, & Co^ 2 9 5 6 

Boston Merchants* Association Dinner, I j 

36 

Music Hall, Dr. Campbell presents Sev- 
eral Pupils of the Norwood College for the 
Blindat, 23;6e-12/5 6 
at Washington, l/Bd 



— Bribery in New York— arrest Aid. Jaehne^ 
19 m 10 c— 20 m 7 6—24 m 5 6 

— Brdadway Steel, 20 m 4 a 

— and Canada, \bj b d 

— Case of George Cannon, the Mormon Chief, 
18 /5« 

— Chicago, Socialist Plot Discovered in, 16 f 
5e 

— Chinese Claim for Maltreatment, 18/6 a— 
22/5/— 27 f7 c— 4 m 5 6—81 mbd 

Question, 11 y 5 c 



-*~ Cold Wave Passing over the Continent Bast- 

ward, 25 ; 5 / 
Conference between Mr. Jay and the 

Knights of Labour on the Strikes, 30 m 6 a 
Osngress, Proceedings in, 6 j 5 6—7 / 5 e— 

9766- 147 5 c— 21 ;6 d^2Sj 6 e— 3/6 6— 

8 / 6 6-lOy 5 c— 12 / 5 6—17 f 6 c— 25 /5 6 

— 2 m b r 
^— Bill on the Alabama Award, 19 ; 6 6 
^— ^— for a Grant for a Statute to Geo. Qraat 

in Washington, 18/ 5 e 

Education Bill Passed, Smbd 

House Coinage Committee, 15 /'6 s— 17/ 



be 

International Copyright, Debate on, 80 / 

6 rf— 1 fb c 

New Duties, ISfSe 

Presidential Succession Bill, 16 7 6 c — 18 



jbd 



Silver Question in, 13 ; 6 6->14 j 6 e— 22 
;6 6— iy5rf-6./5tf 

Ways and Means Committee, 2b fSb 



— Cowboys in Burlington, 21 ; 6 

— Death of Capt. Crawford in an Engagement 
with Mexican Troops who Blistook the Ameri- 
cans for Indians, 29 ; 6/ 

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March 31, lb86.] palsier's index 



TO ^'THE times" 



NEWSPAPER. 



Aig 



America {^ontinuefi). 

^— 1 Mill's lieport of Failures in, during the 

past Year, 2 ; r> h 
• Ed^r Thomson Steelworks, Pittsburg. 

Closed. Reduction in Wages being Uefuscd, 2 

;56 
-^-^ the Men Kesunne work, 5 j 5 d 
Closed again, 1 1 » 6 c 

— Finances, 2 / 5 /' 

Fishery Agreement with Newfoundland 

Expires, 4 > 6 e 

Frozen to Death, an Entire Emigrant 

Family of Eight I'eisons near Oberlin, 6 / 5 d 
Two Persons, at Washington, (5 / 5 </ 



— Gold from New York. 18 / n c 

— Mr. Gough. the Temperance Lecturer, 
Seized with Paralysis and 8udden Death, 1 7 / 
o e 

— Grain Crops in, 11 w 6 e 

— Mr. Hollins of the Hoyal Normal College 
for the Blind at Norwood London. Performs at 
the New York Academy of Music, 21 / 5 </ 

— Installation of the Various Governors of 
States on New Year's I )ay. A i n e 

— Irij'h Nationalists in. 16 ; o /— 22 i 5 r 

Piket, Manufactory for, at Minneapolis 

29 ; tf // 

Parliamentary Fund (^omniittee. Meeting 



at New York, la ; 5 A— PJ ; ft A— 20 t »; J— IS 
7 6 €-2» ; 6y— i / r» «/— Iti./ b d-'lb I b U^'il 
ml t 

— Ironmasters. Meeting of. at Washington on 
the Tariff, 15/ 5 r/ 

i—— Labour Troubles in Philadelphia, 22 i h c 

—9 mf* a 
— - Landlordism in. 13 m 4 h 
LiterHture in. Stutistici* of New Hooks and 

Kew Editions. 2(; / 4 v 

— Live Stock, Annunl Keport, 2U /« 4 « 

MiscelUneoUH New-*, 3U ; U c— 4 / 5 //— 23 

/ 5 c—\K\ m 5 U — 24 ;// 5 6 

Murderous AsshuU of White Men on 20 

Negroes AwHiiing Trial Killing 10 Had Wound- 
ing others, at Carrollton, \\) mh b 

Navy of, \\) m 4 h 

Negro Population of thii Southern Statei*, 

11 ; 9 / 

New (^ardinHl of Baltimore, '11 f 7 t 

Tariff, 26 / 9 / 

York, Vital Statistics of, 2 / 5 / 

PatriotiMm Under Difficult ies. 28 y 9 / 

Polygamy, Uill for the Suppression of, 11 ; 

5c 

Pratt Free Library at Baliimore. H / 5 h 

Pie-Hisioiic Home Discovered in New 

Mexico. 18 m 4 / 

Printing. Bicentenary Celebration of. 1 ibc 

Public Debt, 1 ; 3 6— 4 ; » € -24 ; 5 /— 2 

m 5 h 

Publishers and English Copyright, 20 m 5 h 

liailway Strikes and the Knights of Labour, 

24 /M 5 6 - 25 til h c — 2«» m h c —29 m (> b 

WreckHge in 1885. 8 ? 5 c 



— Railways in. 12 / 5 a— 26 / 9 /— 5 w 10 r 

— Keciprocity Treaty with Canada, 15; 5 d — 
18; 5 « 

— Uiota in, 9y 5 A— lo/o c 



Ameriea (fonfinn d). 

St. Patricks Day in New York, \6 m b b 

Severe Gale in, '27 f 7 d 

Silver Agitation in, 20 job 

( oinsge 29; 6 A— 18 m 5 b 

Snowstorms. Heavy, with High Gales, 11 



;■ 6 c— 5 far 

Disasters from, 12 ; 5 b— 13 / 5 A— 16 /'5« 



Statisticiil Atlas of the United States, 27 

/ 15 // 

Time Tables, Nambering the Hours from 

1 t<i 24, 2 / 4 II 

-^ Strikes in. 27 m 7 «— 29 w 6 6 

Virginian Debt, 20y 6 e 

Wages in. 4 / 1 1 e 

Wrecks in, 1 1 ? 5 c 

Anieric.'in Investment Trust Company. 27 m 13 d 

Exhibition, 9/9/ 

Amsterdam, Socialist Meeting at. 10 m 5 / — 13 

M 7 (/ 

Anderson (J. M.) on the New Admiralty and 

War Offices, 5 m 13 r— 12 m l3y 
AnclDrni, Dii^tu bance in, 15 im 6 c — 18 m 5^'*— 19 

M 10 I —27 m 7 Q 
Anglo- American Copyright. 5/4 « 

Limd MortgHge and Agency Companv, 15 

i \] e 

Anglu-.AuAtrnlian Investment Finance and Land 

I'oinpany, I ./' 1 1 r 
Annan), liebels Kill a Captain and Ten Men near 

Ttiu-ane, 10 ui 5 / 
AnM)ii (Canon) Proposed Memoral to. 15 / (5 n 
Anti-VH(!cinHtion, Kelumof Leicester. 19 / 13/^ 

Pro,-ecutions at Leicester, 1 1 w 9 y— 20 m 

12/ 

AnilirdMolngical Institute. 15 7 6 5 

Anniversary Ad'Iresi*, 27 / 13 a 

Antwerp Exhibition Lottery, Drawing of, I /*6 

fi — <» / 5 c 
Apothcxiaries Hall, List of Past P'xaminations, 

i , 3 /_H / 4 t/- 15 ; H ri — 22 / 4 d— 29 / 12 r 

—6 / 4(i — 12/'6e/— 26/9«-6 w 4c--l2 w9 

<-19 /N IO«^26 m 9 e 
Aral) Uaids on the Ketl Sea Coast, Id j 6 c 
Aral da. In nrreclion in, 11 / 6 // 
Arago. Propo-ed Celebration of the Centenary 

Birthday of. by a Balloon Ascent at the Paris 

Obst rvatory. 1 1 H» a — 25 / 5 <• 
Ari>itniii<in Kill. Note on, 12 w 10 a 
Arch (.h>8e] h) at C'roydon, 20 ; 10 / 

at ( h.'linsford, 8 */i 7 r 

his Difiniiionof «he Word " Hinds," 28 ; 7a 

Dinner to. 18/8 a 

by the .National Liberal Club, 18 / 8 a 

Dimtiiveries in Home, 27 / 7 </ 

Archse.jlogical Discovery at Assouan, 5 m 10 c 

at Athens, iO / 8 / 

Archteolitgv — an Aitcient Roman Tomb Dis- 

wjvered in Home. I '.» / 5 e 
ABGHES, &c. GOUKT:— 

Hev. .]a(4. Kill I (IX. for Ritualiatic Practices, 

I5;7/-2<J/ 3 6—27 / 10 A— 29; 6 6—12 /« \id 

Notes on, 26 i ;) c -4 f \S f 

Archives ot .V'onico, 3/13 rf— 27/ 15 r: 
Arctic • xploration. 1 1 "« 8 b 

Argyll ( >uke of) the Parnclhte Vote and Mr, 
Einlay's Bill, 23 /m 12 a 



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[Jan. 1 t. 



Argyll (Duchesn of) Health of, 14 ; 9f—l5j 6 6 
Armenia and Mr. Gladstone, 20 J If 

and the Great Powers, 9 / 13 6 

•^— and Russia. 21 ; 10 a 

■« — and Lord Kosebery, 25 w 9 c 

and Lord Salisbury, 3o ; 6 ^ 

Armenian Christians. 19 j 7 c 

liefornis, 10 m 5 / 

Aimour (Kev. M.) Case of, 17 / 10/ 

Ai uiourers and Bra^ifrs' (\)n)pany. 1 1 / 4 e 

Ainiy and Navy ('o-o{)erative Society, 30 m 11 f 

- l)ei)ot«it«)ry, 21 ; II c 

Arnold (A. ) on Mr. Childers in Edinburgh, 8 ; 7 c 

. on the Land Question. 14 / Vd d 

— - Incorporated Law Society upon the Land 

Laws, o / 13 A 
Arnold- Forstcr (fl. O.; Competing Pubhshersof 

( heap Literature. 20 m \b a 
Art of Posting Letters in London, 2 ; 8 h—h j 

12 d 
Artizans* l)\ftell>n)fs. Hoxton, Opening of, by the 

Prince «)f Wales. 24 / 10 // 
• — and Labourers' Dwellings, Parliamentary 

Paper on, 22 //#!!/ 
• and General Dwellings Company, 22 f W 

e-10/M II u 
Ath Wednetiday in London, \\ m9 e 
A>hbnurne (Lord) on Home Kule. A m S h 
A»hburi.ham \^Lord) at the Irish National Ban- 
quet. 2(i »i 10 c 

on the liish Question. 22 f f* a 

Atibley v K.) on the iri^h Question, 22 ; 23 e 
Afhniead- Bart let t ( - ) at Sheffield, IHJQ d 

on the Navy, i) >n \ I /" 

Asian CHiifornia. Ill o, 4 a 
Assets ( onipHny. lA / 1 1 e 

"— Kealiziitioi) Company, 6/11 « 
Af'f^ociiited ( hamberb ot Commerce. Meitings, 
• 20yy/-24./ H»6— 25 / n r~26y 12 a 
—— — Annual Meeting, 3/ 10 /' 

FHrniiufi. Balance .'^'luet. 19 / 7 « 

of Municipal ('Orpoiaiionx, Annual Meeting, 

6 / 7 ' 
Anton Klopement Case. 13 / 5 e 
Athenaeum ( hib. New Members, lOy 9 /"— 18 f& 

e.-:{ )u y 7-31 m I2 d 
Atkins l<ilter and Engineering Company, 18 ; 

10/ 
— — Monuments, 18 w 8 6 

at Claphnm, 8 / 6 t* 

Atlantic Fifst Leased Lines Rental Trust Com- 
pany. 1 1 y II c 

Atlas Assurance (^onipany, 8 /ii 11 a 

Augmentation of Benitices Act, Parliamentary 
Paper on, 27/ G e 

Australia. 22 /'6 a 

AUbTKALIA:^ 

- — ])( legates to the Federal Count il, 4 j 6 «— 
ao ; r 

■ Meeting of, 27 / 5 e— 3 / 6 «— 6 / 6 c 

- New Bibhop of Melbourne, 5 / 9 / 

and the New Hebrides. I'i / 5 1-^-25/10 / 

— 29 w G r-30 M 5 «— 31 m 5/ 

^ Reception of Lord Carrington in, 19; 6 c 
•— ^ ine Duty in. 9 ; 6 / 
•-— gee aiso New South Wales— New Z«a- 



Australasian Mortgage and Agency Company, 7 

7 11 / 
Australian Mining Companies, jm Mihino 

Agricultural Company, 3y 11 « — 18/11 d 

—26 f \\ d 

and New Zealand Mortgage Company, 17 m 

11 /•-5?9 m 11/ 

AUSTRIA :— 

Angeli, the Court Painter. Commissioned to 

Paint a New Portrait of the Emperor. 4 ; G a 

Aiiti-Sficialist Bill in, G / 5 « 

Assault by a Madman on Princess Margaret, 

2 /OCT 

Bemsdorf ( Professor Ot to) and the Director 

of the Frei ch Academy at Athens. 8 ; 5 <4 

Carnival in Vienna. 1 1 /« 5 d 

Conferences of the Ministers of Hangary 

and Austria, 8 ? 5 /•- 9 / 5 e 

Congress of Orientalists, Seventh Congresa, 

) oe 

Constitutionalism in, 25th Anniversary of, 

1 IM 5 / 

- Court News, 8/6 A— 19 / 6 c 

Koynl Marriage. 22 / 6 e 

Death of the Hangman of Vienna. 16 m G b 

Demonstration in Vieima Hound the Tomb 

of the Workmen and Students Killed in the 
Kining in IM«. IGnior 

Destitution among the Students of Vienua, 

2 m 4 a 

Diplomatic Changes. 10 / 5 // 

Diri'Ctor Baron Arniin Podmanczky Pointed 

out as Squandering the Revenue of Hungary, 
23 / n d 

Discovery in the Convent of Jonica-of a 

Rich Surplice. 9 r .5 r/ 

Klectric Lightinu the two Principal 

Theatres to be Lighted by. S m G a 

Emperor Consents to Buy the Baths of 

Gaslein and Bockstein. 15 / o / 

Fremdenblatt, 4oth Anniversary of the 

Foundation of 5 i 5 e— 8 ; 5 </ 

German School League. 19 7 5 rf 

to be the State Language of Austria, 11 

J o f-l'i m 7 h 

and (iermniy, 20 ; 5 rf 

Irish Question Debated in. 27 ; G a 

l,andHturm. Bill for C'reating in, 18 / 5 d 

Legislative Proce« dings 29 ; G // — 8 / G h — 

17/5 h—\%J 6 d-2b f dc~2G/6 c/— 15 ni 6 
6—29 w 6 /I— 30 mn ii 

Riotous Proceedings in, 21 m 1 d 



Li>t of Forbidden New8pa|)€rs, 19 ; 9/ 

Literary Concordia (^Inb, Ball at, 4 iw 5 « 

Manticher New Rifle for the Austro- 

Hungarian Army, 5 ;' 5 e— 11 1 G a — 12 7 5 « 

Military Museum to be Founded in Vienna, 

18 m it d 

Miscellaneous News. 18 7 G 6—26 7 6 o- 30 

J 5 A— 2 / 5 r/— IG fh c/— 24 / 6 c— 6 w 7 rf— 
20 m 7 c— 2(i m a e 

and Montenegro. 12 m bf 

n Nationalist Stripe, 29 ; G 6 

New Loan, 19 t/i 6 6 

Objection to Mr. Keiley as Ambassador to 

the L'nited states, 2i b o 



i \€n. 



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March 31, )886.] 



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Ban 



Atifltria {conttnued) 
— Old Catholic Movement in. 11 m 5 4 

Permanent Trade &f aseum in Vienna, 26 

fod 

- Polish BaU at Vienna. 9 / 5 rf-10/6 rf 

Pre«t» Law Prosecution 8. 6 i 5 d 

- — Renewal of the Ten Years* Treaty between 
AuHtria and Hunfrary. 6/6 d-^Q/b b 

Resii^nntion of 3aron Pino, 16 «* 6 c — 18 hi 

or — 1 9 m 5 A 

Snow. Heavy fall of, in Vienna 11 i d a 

Social g'lthering of the English Colony in 

Vienna took Place at the Hotel Metropole, 2j 
5 r 

Suicides in, B j & d 

Theatrical News, 1 /6 6—22 m 5 f 

Pauline Lucca Seriously 111. 4 ) 6 tf 

Madame Patii leaves for Bucharest, A J 

6a 
the Site of the Ring Theatre Consecrated 

to a Chapel 28 ; 5 d 
— Tpeaiy of Commerce with Roumania. 21/5 
./—I / 6 6—10 m 6 tf— 18 m 5 c--20 m 7 6—22 

m 5 f 

Vienna Academy of Seiencen Celebrate the 



2{5th Anfiiversary of its Cnratoriiim. 12 m 5 c 
— Voyage of the Austrian Frigate iVoir^ra, 22 



mot 



— Water, Official Order on the Shortness of, 
in Vienna. 2h f b c 
Weather in, 15 m 6 a 



Banking (ronttnued).' 

Bank of Africa, 20 m 18 a 

of Australasia, 5 m 11 « — 26 wile 

of British Columbia, 9 /* 1 1 a 

North America, 10 m 11 6 



of Egypt. 16 ; 11 rf— 22 / 1 1 ff—SO / 1 1 a 

of England. Average Stock of Bullion 

held by, 27 ; 12 A -29 /it 11 b 

— Half Yearly Me^'ting. 12 w 11 b 

Importsand Exporrsof Precious Metals 



iee e'lrh \fVtekljf Rttam. un/er Monet Mahkei* 
— Notes in Circulation, iUlurna as given 



Weekly 

■^ New Cashier, 30 / 1 1 a-6 f \ 1 6— 27/« 



13 a 



*- Weekly Returns. 1 / 9 c— I / 10 a—% 

/ 1 1 /' & c- 15 / 1 1 r & cT— 22 9 1 1 </-29 ; 11 6 
dbr— 5 / II h&e-^\2 r )l 6—19/ 11 6 & c— 
2G / 1 1 6 & c—5 m 1 Is & /'-12 m 1 1 6 & c— 19 
M il ^^19 m 12 6— 26fN II 6 
— — of France Weekly Returns, 1 /9 c— 15.; 



II c— 22 ; 11 d—o / 11 6 — 12/11 6—19/^11 b 
—26/ II 6-6 /M 11 «-12m II 6—19 m 12 6<-» 
26 IN 116 

of New Zealand, 20 /* 1 1 6 

of South Australia, 28 / 11 /^-15 fUd 

of Spain, 7/11 6—16 / 1 1 6-25 j 1 1 6— 



Austrian Embassy. 2 / 9 /— 12 / 9/— 18 / 9 / 

Balls at the British Embassy, 17/6 6—3 

m 6 d 
Austria- Hungary in 1885. Bj A e 

Federalism in. 1 7 / 10 a 

as a Precedent, Note on, 16 m 4 / 

Authority and Ueason in Politics, 5/5/ 
Autographs, Sale of, at Sotheby's, 5 #» 18 e 

B. 

Bacon (Vice-chancellor) 88th Birthday. 11/7/ 
Baden- Powell (Q.) on the Allotments Question, 

4fl2d 
Bagennl (P. H.) Mr. Harrington and the National 

League. 2 m 10 e 
— on the Irish Loyal and Patriotic Union and 

Parnellires, 22/*7/ 
Bagwell (R.) Judicial Rents, 7j7d 

on Home Rule, 4/10 f 

Bala Independent College, Meeting about Re« 

moving, to Bangor. 20 9 10 / 
Balfour (,F. H.) the Nestorian Tablets, 21 j 13 e 
Balijan Tea Company. 8 m 11/ 
Ball (John) the Irish Crisis^ What is to be Done? 

6 / 4 rf 
Ballad Literature of Kerry, Note on, 10 / 4 a 
Ballot. Secrecy of the, 14/4 a— 16./ 6 6 
cankers' Institute, Paper Read before, 22 / 3 s 
BANKING: — 
Agra Bank, 18 m 18 6—19 mils 

Alliance, 7/11 6— 14/116— 19/11 tf 

Anglo-Austrian, 18y 6 (/— 6 mils 

Anglo-Califomian, 3 m II 6—11 mile 

— Anglo-Foreign Banking Company, 18/11 6 
—25 /lie 

^ — Australian Joint Stock, 23/ 11 6 1 — 



27/ 12 6—4/11 6 — 11 / 11 6—18 / 11 6—25/' 
11 6— 4ia li 6—11 m 11 6— 18 m U 6— 25 ni 
II 6 
of Victoria, 3 f\\ 6—17 m 11 6 



Bankers (Rearing House, la each Wefk*i 

pnfier, nfter Bnnk of Knglnnd 

Operations of the past Years, 2 / 11 rti 

Barclay, Bevan, Tritton & Co., I6i 11 c 

Bi-ngal. 8 ; II 6 

Birminifham. 12/11 6—23 ; 11 c 

Joint Stock. 12/11 6—2 f \\ d 

Dudley and District, 13 / 1 1 6—19 / 1 1 6 



—26 / 1 1 f 

-— *- and Mirlland. 5/11 6 



Bradford Banking Company. 25 ; 1 1 a 

Commercial Joint Stock Bank, 18 i\\ a 

Old BHnk. 12/11 6—18/ II h 

Bristol and West of England, 5/11 6 — 15 

>ll 6—1 /lie 

Capital and Counties. 7/11 6—16 i W c 

Carlisle V\Xy and District, 16 / 11 6, tiao 

noti'es— 25 1 \\ a 

Carlton. 2 f W d 

Central ol Loudon. 15 HI 6—23 ; 11 c 

City, 6/ 11 6-13/11 6—20/ II c 

of Sydney, 16/11 6—2 m 1 1 6 

Clydpsdale. 2/11 6—1 f il c 

Colonial. Bi \\ d 

of New Zealand, 13 j U 6-29 / 11 6—6 / 

11 6— I7m 11 6 

Commercial of Alexandria, 19 / 11 c 

of Australia, 28 / 11 6 -2 / 1 1 6—25/ 1 1 b 

of South Australia, Failure of, 26/ 11 6 

—27/ 7d—\o'M 11 a 

of Sydney. 20 ; II 6-3 to 11 6 



— (/omparis«>n of the Position of the Bank ot 
£ngland with (Consols and French Rentes, 8i$ 
/titer B mk Of Engl'ind, in eorh week*s paper 
^ Consolidatt d. '» 7 1 1 a— 23 1 \i e 
— County of Stafford, 21 ; 11 6 



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palmer's index to ** THE TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 



Banking (rontinued), 

Craven Bank. 25 r 1) a 

Delhi and London. 29 m 1 1 a 

Derby Commercial, fi ; 9 6 

and Derbyshire, 22 j \[ a 

Devon ami ( 'orn wall, 17/11 a 

English Hank of Uio de janeir, the Cashier 

Abscond? with £ 7,(K)0, 9 rN 11 6 

Scottish and Australian Chartered, 23^ 11 

6— 2 / It /* 

Kxchange and Discount, 12 ; 1 1 b 

Gfnnaii of London, a / 1 1 6—12 /lit/ 

Glam irgftushire, 2 / 11 A 

Glouce^tiTshi e lo ; 1 1 f — 2 /* 1 1 « 

(ilvn. MilU. Carrie & Co., 11/116 

lliilifiix Joi. t .stock. f\ t 9 6—21 i 11 6 

and lludderstield Union, 5; 11 6 

Hong Koiig and ^hal)ghai. 1 m 11 a 

Iniperial. H / 1 1 6— 10 ; 1 1 6— 20j 11 e 

«)f Germjiny, 20 / 5 '—22 / 5 s 

International of London, 20 /* 11 6 

Ionian, hi / 12 r- 1 1 //I 1 1 <} 

Jersey Banking (\)m))any, 12/11 6 

Suspension of. 13 j II 6 

Lancashire and Yorkshire, 1 1 ; 1 1 a 

- Land Mortgage of Victoria, \B ni 13 /* 
Leamington Priois and Warwickshire, 18) 
6 

Leeds and County, 16/11 6— 30y 1 1 « 
Leiceslershirt*, 4 / 116 
Liverpool Commercial, G ; 9 6—14 / 1 1 6 

Union. tJ ; 9 6—6/ II 6 



11 



- Ll)yd*s, Barnetts and Bosanquets. 12/11 6 

- 6/11 6—12 / 11 r 

- London Joint Stock Bank, 8> II 6—21 / II 
6—23 ; II c 

Meeting of, at the City Bank. 9 m 1 1 n 

of MexiCii and South Ameria. 18 m 116 

—25 /M 1 1 6 

and ( onnty, 22 / 5 d—o J 11 rf— 13 / II 6 

and (lanseatic. 30 i 1 1 6—12 / 1 1 // 

and Provincial. 19)11 6—28 ; 1 1 « 

Paris and Americ^in, 19 w 126— 26»i 11 c 

and Souih Weet rn. 16; 1 1 6-3 / 11 s 

a..d We8tmin^ter, 2 ; U o— 21> 11 6 & c 

— 26 I II A— 31)/ II a— 13/ 11 6 

and Yorkshire. 6 ; 9 6— 18 ; 10 e 



Manchester and (^ounty, 11 / 11 a 

and Liverpool District, 8 ; 11 6—14 / II 6 

_ . — nnd >Mlfoid. 19 ; II 6 

Mercantile of Sydney. 20 y 11 6—2 m 11 6 

Mtrchant Banking Company, 8/ 11a 

of London. I m 12 u 



Alunster Bank, 12 ; 7 a— 13 j 6 a— 16j 6 6 

—9 itt 8 ti 

Natal, 11 m 11 c 

National. 20 ; 1 1 6—29 /lie 

— of Australasia. 3 m 1 i 6 

of Italy. G ; 9 6—21 ; 1 1 6-20 / 1 1 6-4 

J 11 6—16/ II 6—24 / li 6— 6 w< 13 6— 15 w« 

li a-26 M II 6 

of New Zealand 5 ; II 6-6 /9 6— 2d> 



11 c 



of Wales. 1 1 ; 1 1 a 



— New London and Brazilian to bo Cha ged 
to " London and Brazilian,'* 1 / 9 c 
OrieuUl Bank, 2/116 



Banking ('t/nfina^.tf). 

^ew York Associated Banks, 4y6« — 5/ 

11 a— 15/ 11 a 

North' Kastern. 2 / 12 6 

and South Wa.es. 6 ; 9 6-28 / 1 1 6 

Western. 6 j 9 6— 7 7 116 

Northamptonohire Union. I / 1 1 a 

Nottingham Joint Stock, 5 j W b 

and Nottinghamshire. 11/116 

Oldham Joint Stock Bank. 8; 11 6— 13/11 ^ 

Pare's Leicestershire Banking Company, k5 

9 II 6 

Parr's Banking Company. 16/11 6—23/ 1 1 6 

Preston Union. 11 / II «-17 /ll « 

Private and Joint Stock Banks Circulation 

Heturns. 27 7 12 6-29 m II 6 

Provincial of Ireland, 16> II 6— 26i II 6— 

4/ 11 c 

- Queensland Nationl. 29 ; 11 6—11 m 11 6 

Koyal Exchange. I /"lie 

- Sagot*s Bank ('alais. Suspension of, 16 /5 /" 
Scotch and Irish Banks, Amount of Specie 

held by. 27 7 12 6-29 m II 6 

Servian Naiioiial. lSj5e 

Shi'ffield Banking Company. 1 / 1 1 a 

and Hoiherham Joint Stock. 5/11 6 

Staffordshire Joint Stock, 6 ; 9 6— 16 / 11 6 

—27 I 12 c 

- Stamford. Spalding and Boston, I y 1 1 a 
— Standard Bank of South Afri(!a, 10 m 116 

State of Shares in Companies, §ee tv€rg 

day\s ftaper 

Stuckey's Banking (Tonipany. 30/11 a 

Swansea Bank, 5/11 6—16 ; 1 1 # 

Town and County Bank. 26 / 1 1 6 

Union of Australia. 13> 11 6-207*11 6—2 

J\ld 

of London, 5> 11 6— 9j 11a— 14/11 rf— 

1/116 

of Spain and England, 6y 11 6— 18y II c 

of Vii'nna. 9 / 6 <i 

Wilts and Dorset Banking Company, 9 / 

II a— 2 / II 6 

Wolverhampton and Staffordshire. \SJ 116 

— 18; II a — 2 / W (I 

NN orcestor City and County, 11/116 

York City and County, 14 ; 1 1 6 

Union. 29 116 

I Yorkhhh*e Banking Company. 6 in 13 6 

' Bankruptcies. Number, Gazetted in England and 
Wales during the week Ending Jan? 4 7 11 6 
BANKKUPTGLCS :- 

Aaron. Geo., 13 ; 7 e 

Abbott. John, 31 m 12 c 

Abed, W. H.. 3 / 12<? 

Abrahams, Jacob, 3 m 12c 

Adamson. Hobt., 20 m 12 c 

Agnew. Wra., 2/ 10 c 

Aird. 1). A.. 6j 7 e 

Alton. J.. 17 / 12 c 

Allan, Edw., S m \2 c 

Allvn, Wm., 27 / 13 / 

— ^ Allinson. Mary A., 13 ra 13 c 

AlU-'on, J., 3/ 12 6 

— Alinuti, Frank, 10 / 11 c 
Alsu>n. Crewe. 2/ \0 e 

— Alwcn, N. J., 27 m 14 c 



March 31, 1886.] palukh*s index to " the timks " vkwspapkh. 



Ban 



Bftukraptcie'i (continued), 
Ambler, J. C, 13 m 13 « 

Aniiea. Chap,. « / \2 c 

Anderson. M. B., 27 / 18 A 

Angles. H., 10/ 11 6 

Ansiowr. G. J.. 13 / 10 «/ 

Applebj. Wm , 13 m 13 « 

Archer, Geo., 13 / 10 c/ 

J. W. 17/ 12 rf 

Plato. 16; 10 f/ 

Kuwland. 3 / 12 /» 

ArmitAge. Cediic. 2 ; 10 e 

Arnold, Wm., 27 / 13« 

Arundale. F. S , 9 ; 12 r 

Ashworth. J. F,. 31 iw 12 e 

Aakwiih. Wm.. 20 f \2 c 

Aspin, ThoB.. 1 7 / 12 d 

- Aspinall. Harriet, 10 / 1 1 c 

Atlia, Samuel, 8 w 12 c 

Atkins, Henry. 17/ 12 rf 

Atkinson. John. 9 ; 12 e 

Attflfld. James, 20 ) \2 h 

AttrilU Arthur, 6 / 12 c 

Auld, G.. 13/ 10 c 

Austin. John. 20 / ]2 e 

Backhoa-e, Eliz.. 30 / 10 </ 

Bagg. Thos., 6 m 10 c 

Bagguley, i^amael. 27 7 1 1 « 

Bailey, C. E.. 17 in 10 s 

Bailey. Henry, 2 7 10 c 

Bain, Donald, 20; 10 6 

J., 18/ lUc 

ACo., IO7 II b 



Baker, Joseph. 10/11 e 
Thos., 20 m 10 e 



— Bandy. Wm.. 6 / 12 e 

— Barber, E. J., 17 f V2 d 

— Barford, Joseph, 13 / 10 d 
— Barker, F. P., 20 7 12 6 

— Barlow. G.H., 18/ lOrf 

— Barnard, A. F„ 27/ 18 e 

Emma. 18/ 10 tf 

— Barae, W.C.. 6/12c 

— Barr, Kobt., 6 w 10 c 

— Barratt, Israel, 2Am]2 e 

— Bartels, E. A., 10/11 t 

— Barter, H.T., 20 / 12 c 
Bates, T. W.. 27 / \3j 

Ihos., 20 J 12 r. 



Batt, Edw., 6 /12 c 

Baulch, J. E.. 10 7 II « 

Baxter, J. P., 8 m 12 6 

Buy ley, W. F., 18 m 13 e 

Bayiis. Rich., 6 ; 7 c 

Beadell, Thos., 20 m 12 <? 

Beal, Harvey, 18 / 10 d 

Bear, Thos., 9/126 

Beard, Ambrose, 18 m 18 e 

M. H., 80/ lOd 

Beardmore. James, jun., 80/10 d— 8 /12 c 

Theophilus, 10/ 11 r 



Beddard, John, 27 m U c 
Beer, Chas., 10 / 11 c 
Beeston, A. B., 27 m 14 c 
Belfield, James, 18 / 10 d 
Bell wood. James. 27 / IS f 
Belt, Rioh., 10 J lie 



Bankmptices (rovtinued). 

Bent^e. K. H.. 6 ;« 10 c . 

Bi'nhani. Mary Anne, 17 r 12 d 

Bentlcy, Hobt., 8 / 12 c 

Bentley. Thos.. 6 m H) c 

B' rridge. Samuel. 18 / lOcf 

Berry. Walter. 2 / 10 r 

Beynton. J. H., 81 m 12 c 

Biggii, John. 8 / 12 r 

Bigland. S. H.. 9/ 12r 

Billing. H. H., 24/'l2rf 

BillBon, A. H.. 20/ 12 6 

Bird. W. B.. 81 m 12 r 

Binhop, Rich.. 13 m 13 • 

BiRhopp. H. G.. 27 / 11 c 

Bithell, C. J., 2; lOc 

Biven. W. J., 3/ 12 c 

Black. John. \0 t \\ a 

Blackbond. Edwin, 17 / 12 d 

Blackith. H de la Haye, 6/7 6 

Blake, R. H., 27/11 c 

Blakey, J. S., 20 / 12 ^ 

Blakeley, E. F., 10 / 1 1 r 

Bland. J. N., 27/11 e 

Blatchford, Geo., 16 / 10 </ 

Blaxlaud. H. E. D., 24 m 12 c 

Blencowe, Edw., 13 / 10 d 

Blunt. Benj , 2 / 10 e 

Bold. Thos., 17 m 10 « 

Bonney, E. D.. 10 m 10 c 

Botith, H. C, 27 /• 18 / 

Walter, 17 m lbs 

Wm.. and John, S j 7 e 

— ^ Boreham. Chas., 20 m \2 e 

Borton, Henry, 20 / 12 c 

Bott Chas.. 3 m 12 c 

Bower, Edwin, 17/ 12 d 

Bowerman, Rich., 17 / 12 d 

Bowes, John, jun., 23 / 12 6 

Buwker, J. T., 18 m 18 « 

Bowyer, John, 20 / 12 6 

Boyce, J. R., 9 7 12 c 

Boyles and Biackwcll, 24/12 d 

Boynton, G., 24 m 12 c 

Box, Edwin, jun., 16 i 10 d 

Brace. Joseph. 17/ 12 d 

Bradnhaw, John. iO / 1 1 e 

Bragg, G. W., 20 m i2 tf 

Braithwaite, Daniel, 6 m 10 c 

Bramley. Thos., 20 / 12 6 

Brailey. W. H. B., 10 / 11 c 

Bray, T. R., 6>7c 

- Brierley, James, 6 m 10 c 

Briggs. James, 18 / 10 d 

Brightman, Thos., 80 / 10 d 

Brine, S. C, 20/12 6 

Broadbent, Geo., 80 7 10 d 

Brodribb, Chas., 9 7 12 c 

Bromage. W. H., 20 m 12 c 

Brooke and Tatterpfleld, 2il0e 

Brooker, James, 80 / 10 d 

Brookhouse, £. F., 8 / 12 c 

- Brooke, Edw., 10/ U c 
Geo., \0 fW e 

and Attewell, 677c 



Brooksbank, G. S., 27 m 14 <? 
Broster, Thos., 27y IS J 



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Bankruptcies {continued). 
Brown, ('has., 27 ) 11 c 

Kdwin. Zm\2e 

Geo.. 27/ 13/ 

Henry, 2i» ; 12 6 

J. W.. I7m 10« 

■ " Solomon, 27 m 14 c 

Tln)mp8on, 8 w 12 e 

VVm., H5 / 10 r/ 

Browne & Co., 25 /*3 / 

Hnd Son. 2o ; 12 a 

Browning. W. F.. 30 ; 10 t/ 

Bruce, Kobt., VAfXQ d 

Kruton. Chns., 24 in 12 c 

Bryon, Henry. 27 i \\ c 

Buck. ChH8., 13 ; 7 c 

- Buckton, H. C. 17 / 12</ 

BuUen, John, 6 m 10 r 

Bundey,Geo., 27 / 13/ 

Bunt, E. J.. 6./12f 

Bunting, Jabez. 20 m 12 «: 

Burden. W. C, 27 w 14 c 

Burf^ess. Martin, 3 m 1 2 c 

- BuffH"} Henry, 6 / 7 tf 

Burkinshaw, J. J., S/]2o 

Burnett, Tho8.. 23 j 12c 

Burr, J. A., 16; lOrf 

Burroughes. Thos., \S f\0 d 

' — Burrows. Martin, 24 / i2 c/ 

Burton. Edgar, ; 12 c 

Bu8h. Wni.. 3/*12r 

Bushbj, Fred.. 13 ; 7 « 

Butterworth. Simeon, 30^ lO d 

Byers, G., ♦» m 10 o 

Byrne, P. J.. 20 /12 c 

• CalaminuB, Laura, 24/12 d 

Caldwell, D.. « ; 7 h 

and SteveuHon, 17/12 c 

Callaway, G. L., 6 in 10 c 

Calvert, D., IS / iO d 

Tho8., 27 m 14 c 

Cameron. A. V., 2 ; 10 c 

Campbell. Geo., 27 / 13 « 

R., 20 m \2h 



Bankraptcies (conttnued). 

( iMpiierton. J., 30 7 10 c 

Clark. C. M., 3 m 12 c 

John, 24/ 12// 

Clarke. A.O.. HI m 12 c 

(\ J.. 17/ I2</ 

Jacob, 17 w 10 « 

Wm.. 2. 10 r 

W. J., 20 1 12 A 



Canham. G. H., 17 m 10 « 
Carpenter, E. J., 2 7 10c 
Carse. Thos.. 3 m 12 <? 
Carter, John, 27 m 14 c 

- W. W., 6/12r 
Case, Fred., 6 m 10 c 
Catt. Stephen. 24 m 12 c 
Cay gill, James, 6 ; 7 c 
Challinor, J. S., 17 m lOe 
Chalmers, J.. 24 m 12 6 

- W. B., 17 m 10 e 
Chapman, Fred., 27/18/* 
Chard, Thos., 20/ 12 c 
Charles, Thos., 9 ; 12 c 
Charlesworth. Jason, 23 / 12 c 
Charnley, Betsy and Agnes, \^J lOd 
Chase, Herbert, 3 / 12 c 
Chattock, Thos., 3 / 12 c 

Chilvers and Powley, 18 ; 7 s 
Christian, Wm., 23 7 12 6 
Chnstie and Walker, 9 j 12 a 
ChrysUl, f., 24 / 12 c 
Churchward, Kich., \0 f \l e 
12 



Clayton, J. R., 3 /12 c 
Cleaver, Fred.. 20 / 12 6 
Clepg J. C. 17 m 10 e 
Clerc. Raoul 24 / 12 ci 
(iyne. A., 23 M2 ./ 
l\)ckcroft. John. 10 w 10 s 
Cocks, (\ J., ijtii 10 c 
Cocksedge. G. B.. 31 m 12 c 
(^ohen. 1)., 3 / 12 /. 
Colhran. N. C.. 10 w 10 e 
Colby. Wm.. « ; 7 c 
Cole, Alex.. 30 ; 10 </ 
~ W. H.. 13 /7f 
Coles. O.L. 24 /*12d 
Colhoun. Arthur, 13 m 'Se 
CoUard. A.. J., 10/ 11 <? 
Com peon, ICdw., 237 12 c 
(^oiicannon, Au.stin, 3 m 12 c 
Constantine, Eliz.,24/ \2 d 
Coombs. John, jun., 6 / 7 c 
Cooper, Thos., 13/10 rf 
Wm.. 67 7 c 



Cotbailis, J. H., 10 m 10 d 

Corner, J. J., 13 7 7c 

— Cornish. James. I3m13« 
Cosens, C. W.. 27 / 13/ 

— CouLnon, Mrs. Mary, 3 w 12 6 
— Cox. Arthur, 27 m 14 c 

Crabtree. Joseph. 13/10 <i 

W. H.. 20/ 12* 

Cradock, Eliz., 27/ 13 / 

Crajfg. Edmund. 9 n2 c 

Wm., 3 m 12 c 

Criggs, E. W., 18 m 13 e 

Craven. Anne E., 6 / 12 (? 

Oofts. 'I'hos.. 23 7 12 c 

— Cronmirc, Sidney, 6 j 7 c 

— Cubitt, Geo., 10 m 10 e 
W.F., 16; lOe 

— CuUen, R., 97 12 a 
Cundall, Wm., « ; 7 r 

— Cunningham, John, 20 ; 12 6 
Curd. U. A., 31 m 12 c 

— Curslev, A. W.. 27 m !4 c 

Cartel's. Samuel, 24/ 12 d 

Danby, Sarah, 27 m 14 r 

Darby, Dennis, 27/ 13 /* 

Dards. Joseph, 3 / 12 c 

— Dare, Kobt., IC ; 10 c 
Davey, Edwin, 24 / 12 rf 

David, Thos., 27; 11 c 

Davies, John, 167 10 « 

Rees. 13 m 13 e 

Davis. F. J., 13 m 18 e 

Henry, 24 m 12 c 

J. J., 3/ 12 c 

Jiihn. 20; 12 h 

and Ucvifion, 20 i 12 b 



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BankiuptcieB {continued). 

Davidon, Andrew, lom 10 « 

Dawes. Edgar, 13 ; 7 e 

Dawson. J. T., \7 m \Q e 

James. ♦'» wi \o c 

.• Day. FrunoU. 31 m 12 c 

Henry, 13 w I « 

Deacun, FrMOoes, '24 m 12 c 

Dean, T. R.. 27 / 13 / 

- — De Castro. H. B.. 16 ; 10 d 

- Delaunay, Geo.. 17 wi 10 « 

.1^ Denning. Alfred. 20 //i 12 c 

Thus.. 20 IM \2 r 



Devis, Wm., 13 //i 13 e 

Dewick, Joseph 27 m Me 

- Dickinson, Francis. 27 / 13 / 
Samuel, It) ; 10 e 

•— DiUamore. J. T.. 31 m 12 c 

Dimberline. Ann, 6 m 10 c 

Jliitley, James. 9 y \2e 

Dixon. H. H., 16 j 10 s 

Tho«.. 13 / lOr/ 

ai d KeyM'orth, 28 f 12 c— 8(»y 10 d 

-. Dub'.ie. 11.11.. 13 /// 13 s 

Dohie. J. E., 17 / 12 r 

Dobson, J. and W.. 24 / \2 d 

Dollinx, Edwdi. 30 j \0 d 

Dolman A. U.. 3 / 12 ^ 

Dormer, James. 20 /« 12 r 

Dougall and M' Arthur, 10 ; 10 c 

Dou^hton. Thos.. 18 ; 7 c 

DouH, J. A., 13/ lOr 

I>ovey. Edw.. 2() / 12 f 

Drake. John, 27 w 14 r 

Drakeford. »>. J. L.. 31 w \2 o 

l)rt.w. Daniel. 20./ 12 e 

— ^ Driver Jane. 3 / 12 r 

— - Drumniond, John 27 mi 14 c 

• Duck, \Vm.. 17 m 10 e 

Duffes, A . (5 / 12 // 

DuKUid. H. M.. 30 / 10 d 

' Dunn, John. ♦> m 10 e 

Karp. W. T.. 3/ 12 c 

- — Eh ton. John. 20 w 12 c 

Edwartls, F. E. 20 > \2 h 

Ktdsed, (i. W.. 27 i ll.c 

EUiker, Henry, 17 m 10 s 

Ellington. H. L.. 10/ 11 j 

■ and Aldred. 27 / 1 1 c 

Elliott. F. H.. «/"12c 

John. 20 m \2 

Wni.. 23/ 12 <? 

Emmett. Alfred, 31 mi 12 c 

Engall. T. B., 16/ lOe 

En{;land. K. A.. 13 in 13 s 

Epps. Thos., 3 /« 1 2 r 

— — Ernest. Jules. 27 /m 14 c 

Evans, Ann. 20 w 12 c 

B. A., 3 ui 12 c 

Owen, 10 / II c 

W.T.. 24/ 12d 

Everett. C. H., 17 w 10 s 

Fairs. Geo.. 27; lie 

— — Falconer, Bros., 16^ 10 c 

Farie. G.. 30 i 10 c 

— — F'arley and llymas, 16i 10 e 



Bankiaptcies (eontinued). 

Farralley and Harrison, 13 »' 7 e 

Farrant, G. H. S., 17 /« 10 « 

Farrar, G. W. and Thos., 3 w 12 c 

Faulds, J. A.. H 7 7 <* 

Fears, Henry, jiin., 6 /12 c 

Fellows, Isaac, Jun., 17/ 12 d 

^— Fidgen. James, 10 / He 

Fidler, Edwin. 27/ 13 f 

Fielden, Joshua. 6 / 7 c 

Finch, Henry, 27; 11 c 

Finding. Samuel. 20 /* 12 c 

j Finnic. Wm., 17 / 12 c/ 

I & Co., 24 / 12 o 

Firth. James. 24 w 12 c 

Fi»ht*r, John, 3 m 12 b 

VV., 27 / 13 d 

Fitzmaurice. J. L., 6 m 10 c 

Fletcher, Alfred. 13 /" 10 d 

J. F., 16; 10 e 

Samuel. 27 / !3 / 

Wm., 31m 12 c 

Flett and Sons. 6 ; 7 A 

Foot. Emma, IOm lOa 

Ford. Curtis. 24 m 12 c 

Samuel SOnOd 

- Forrester, T. F., 17 w lOs 

Forster. A. W.. 1 7 m 10 e 

Alfred. 6 lu 10 c 

R. I)., 6/126 

, Forsythe. John, 20 j 12 A 

Foster, Samuel. 16 j 10 s 

V\m„ 3/ I2r 

Fowler. Fred.. 31 m 12 e 

Fox Geo.. 24 m 12 c 

Th«>8., 13 Ml 13 e 

Eraser. A.. 27 mi 14 A 

A. M. B.. 10 /N 10 s 

E., 24/ 12 c 

Frayle. F.. 9; 12 o 

Frewin. James, 20 ; 12 ^ 

Friend. Ii«aac. 13 »« 13 s 

Frost, John, 9 ; 12 o 

Fryer, Benj.. 27 w 14 r 

Funiiicliff. Thos., 13 / 7 e 

— — Furtwangler Andreas, 10/" 11 e 

" Gammon. J. E. H i» 10 c 

Ganderton, T. H., 20 / 12 c 

Gann. J. 11.. 10 lu 10 c 

barbett, Geo.. 20 / 10 c 

Gaifoot, Chas., 30; 10 d 

- — Gardiner. Wm.. 17Mil0a 

Gardner. A. J., 13 /m 13 c 

Geo., 10/ II c 

ACo., 3 r\'2h 

Garner. Wm.. jun.. 9 j' \2 o 

Garrood. Alfred, 27 m 14 c 

Garthwaite, C. W., 30 ; 10 rf 

Gates. Wm., 6 > 7 c 

Geach. Wm., 13 ; 7c 

Gedney. — , S f \2 e 

Anne, 20 m 12 c 

Gent, W. E.. 3/ 12 c 

Gibbings. J, D.. 20 y 12 6 

Gibson, Alex., 24 m 12 c 

F. W., 6/ 12 c 

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[Jan. I 



BAnkraptciea (rontinnech. 

Gibby, Thus.. 18 / 7 c 

Gifldt^ns. Geo.. 27 ; 11 c 

Gilbert. VVm.. 2 i 10 c 

iiile*, C. L.. 6 / 12 r 

Gird wood. R.. 13 i 7 d 

Girlinff. Rich.. 24 w 12 <? 

Glover, Alfred, 31 mi 12 c 

Gotldtn. John, 3 / 12 <? 

; Godly, Tho8., 9 112 o 

Godsmark. James. 8 m 12 e 

Goettler, John. 27 / 13 « 

Goflf, J. (\. 13/ lOrf 

Golden. Edw., 17m 10 « 

Goo<lall. Johh. 9; 12r 

Goodwin, John. 13 / 10 d 

— — Joseph. 2 7 lOf 

T. R., Sm \2e 

Gordon. W., 6/ 12 6 

Gorringe. Wm.. 17 w 10 € 

Gould James, 24 m 12 r 

Gow. J., 2j 10 A 

Graham. R. D.. 23 / 12 6 

Grant, James, 20 m 12 e 

Gray. Henry. 23 / 12 <j 

Joseph. 3 m 12 c 

R. T., 10 wi 10 e 

Green, David. 20/ 12 c 

Geo., 24 OT 12 c 

Grecnhow, Wm., 6 m lOe 

Greenwood, Arthur, 27^ 13/ 



F. W., Sm 



lOm lOe 



Gregg. ITios., 

Gregson. Alfred, 6 ; 7 c 

Grieves, James. 27 / lie 

Grinberg, Morris, 13 / 7 « 

Giiffln. J. H., 13 / 10 d 

Griffiths, Ann and Hananiah, 27/ 11 c 

Griswotd. H. J., 27 ; 11 c 

Gully. J. and A., 20 / 12 r 

Gunning, Fanny. (> m 10 c 

Gyll, F. G., 17 n2d 

Hadden, Klijih. 3 m 12 e 

Hagan, Albert, 20 / 12 c 

^— and Moakes, 24 m 12 r 

Main, James, 13 in 13 a 

Hall, Geo., 20; 12 6—20/ 12 r 

J. A., lOfllc 

W. T., 27/13/ 

— ^ Halitey, Joseph, 24 in 12 c 

Hambridgc. Herbert, 18 / 10 c/ 

Hamilton. T., 16 / 10 c 

— Hamniett. 13 w I3 c 

Hammond. Stocks, 17 / 12 of 

— Hampson. John, 10 m 10 e 

— Hand. Joseph, 13 m 13 e 

— Hansom. H. J., 27 m 14 c 

Uardacre. W. S., 31 m 12 c 

— Hardcastle, Joseph, jun., 27^ 11 c 
W. R., 10 m 10 e 

Harding. Wm., 27 / 13 / 

— Hardingham, John, 27 ; lie 

— Hard wick, K. J.. 6 m 10 c 

Hardy, James. 3 / 12 c 

Harlow, P. J. S., 287 12 c 

— Harper, E. J., 10 / 11 c 
^-^ Harris, Chas^ 20y 12 c 



Bankruptcies {continued). 
11 arris, G. E., 27 m I4 c 

Reuben. 31 m 12 c 

and Budd, 17/ 12 d 

Harrison, Derwood, 6 ; 7 c 

James. 24 / \2 d 

Francis, i7 / 12 d 

Thos., 31 m 12 

Thos.. jun.. 20 / 12 6 

Wm.. 20 /12 c 

Hart. F. J.. 27 m 14 c 

W. A.. 23; 12 c 

W. E.. 13 m 13 e 



Harvey. W. J., 20/ 12 c 
Haslam and Abbott, 3 m 12 ^ 
Hatch. Geo., 10/ 11 c 
Hatchard, G. R., 10 m 10 e 
Hay. W.. 6 ; 7 A 
Head John. 17 m 10 c 
Heap, Fred., 27 ; 1 1 c 
Heard. Wm.. 17/12 rf 
Hearnden. T. G., 17 m 10 a 
Heath. Vernon, \7 d \2 d 
Hcliiwell James. 10 / 1 1 c 
Helmore. T. E. 24 w 12 c 
HeUby, W. G.. jun.. 20 7 12 6 
Henderson, A., 17 m 10 d 
Hendie, Christina, 16 ; 10 c 
Henshaw, (^has. 2 ; 10 c 
Herbert, Mary, 20 y 12 c 
Herd. James. 6 / 12 c 
Herman, Thos. 13 / 10 cf 
Hesketh, ( onstance M., 31 m 12 e 
Hessell. Robt., 31 m 12 c 
Hewitt, G.and F.. 20/ 12 6 
Heynes, Henry, 3 / 12 e 
Heys. W. H., 31 m 12 c 
Hicks, J. C.,6; 7c 

— James, H w *2 c 
Higgins, John, 16 ; 10 e 
HIMitch, Alfred, 13 / 10 d 
Hill, Enoch, 6 m 10 c 

- G. R., 27 / 13/ 

— Jesse. 8 m 1 2 c 

- John, 16 7 10 c 



. Hilton. C. H., 2; 10 c 

Hiiichliffe, G. J.. 2 » 10 c 

Hiiidley, James. 20 / 12 c 

ilinsuli. James, 27 / 1 1 c 

Hintoii, John. 9 ; 12 r 

Hitchcock. Thos.. ISj 7 « 

Hobbs. W. H., 30; \0 d 

Hobson. Thos., 3 1 »i 1 2 c 

Hodgson, John. 24/ \2 d 

Tlios.. 13/ iOrf 

Hodkinson. Henry, 2O7 12 6 

Hogg. J., 20 ; 12 a 

John.. 31 m 12 c 



Hogget t. W. E., 27 m 14 c 
Holden. Thos.. 20 m 12 c 
Holds worth. Samuel, 27 m 14 
Holtrate, Henry. 17 / \2 d 
HoUiday, H.T., 20; 12 A 
HoUingshead. \Vm., 6 m 10 c 
Holman, Thos., 24/12 d 
Holmes, Amos., 13 m 13 e 
Homes, Fred., 13 J 10 d 



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Bankraptciea (conUnned). 

Homer am) Cutler, 20 j ]2 h 

Hooton. Chug.. 27 w \A c 

Hope. John, If? / l<i c 

Hopkinion. Henry, 13 / 7« 

Horton. John. HI m 12 r 

Hough ton. VVm., 6 ; 7 c 

Howard. Alfred. 13 m 13 <• 

Ernest, 2i) i \2 b 

Howe. Henry. 23 / 12 c 

• John, 10 m 10 « 

Hoyles, W. H., 24 /"12 rf 

Hubbard, Wm., 10 / 1 1 <• 

Hudamith, J. C. 24 /'12 «/ 

Huggett and Caster, 20 i \2 h 

Huggint, Geo.. 10 w lOe 

Huxhea. Hugh. 23 ; 12 r 

J. W., 10 in 10 e 

Hulks, Samuel. 10 m 10 € 

Humphrey, Rich.. 20 in U c 

Humphreys, Edw., 6 w 1Q<: 

T. W.. lOjfi 10 « 



- Hunt, Arthur, 6 w 10 c 

Huichinpon, C. W., 9 ; 12 #; 

Hyde, G. C, 24 / 10 «/ 

James, 13 m 13 « 

- lies, Albert, H m \0e 
J. P.. 9 ; 12 r 

niing worth, Luke, 8 / 12 c 

Inch. John, 20 / 12 r 

Ingham, Jno.. 30 ; 1(» d 

Ingram, John. 2n / 12 r 

Inshaw and Dorsett, i; m 10 e 

Itfer, Nicholas, 16 / lo (/ 

Jackson, H. 8.. 8 / 12 r 

G. A., 20 w 12 e 

Geo., 20/12 6 

Jacdbs, Wm. 6 m 10 e 

James. A., 20 m 12 c 

— — F. H., 17 m 10 « 

Janreson, J., 6 m 10 a 

jMque^, Tom, 20 m 1 2 «» 

Jt-ff W. E.. 20 /« 12 r 

- - JefiFersun. Ui>bt.. 17 / ;i»/^ 

Jenkins. David, 13 / |.» 7 

H. G.. 20 TO 12 c 

T. W., 24 «; \2c 

W. E., 27 ;■ II r 

Jenkinson. John, jui.. :{ >,/ IJ , 

— — - rhos., « I 7 /T- ;-ii» /!(»,/ 

Jensen, O. A.. 6 / 12 /• 

Job. Wm.. 24 / io // 

Johnson, Arthur, 27 m 1 4 .• 

Edw., 31 TO 12 c 

W. E., IH w I3« 

Johnston, W.. 2 / 10 «• 

Jones. E.. 1). and IX, •: / ]'J e 

E. S., 20 f 12 h 

• J. i"., ♦) «i 10 c 

■ Jsmt's. 2t> ;■ 12 b 

John. sen.. 10 /* 1 1 - 

Kyffln. 10/11 c 

" K.. 17 w 10 d 

R. E., 10 m 10 e 

Rich., 6 tu 10 c 

S. T., 20; 12 4 

T. 0. G., 3/11 12 



BankruptdoB {fOHti'iu^d). 

Jones, r. K., \A in 13 e 

W.. .11 in 12 h 

W. L. 24 /« 12 c 

Wm.. i:{ / 10 //~17 m 10€ 

I and DavieH. 24 / 12 rf 

I Jordan. J. I.. 30 / 10 <^ 

Mary. 20/ 12 6 

, Thos.. y i 12 c— 27 w 14 c 

: Juler. Geo.. 24 m 12 r 

ICain. Patrick. 20 m \2 e 
Kurney. llavid, 6 m IO0 
Kt^an, M.. 27 /« 14 6 
Kellam, A. It., \0 f \\ c 
Kellock. J., 13»i I3#! 
Kemp, Cornelius, 13/7 e 
Kondall, Walter, 2 ; 10 r 
Kfurick, Agnes B., 6 w 10 ': 
K^fiit, E<U., IOm 10 « 
Kilby. J. H., 17 m 10 e 
Wm.. 20/ 12 6 



— Killick, 'lhos.,30; 10 d 

— Kimpton, Geo., 27 / 13 € 
— King. J. H.. 6 ; 7 6 

Jottiah, 18 m 13 s 

R. K., 2i 10 c 

W. J., 20/^12 c 

and .Shaw. 13 m \S e 



Kipling, John. 24 m 12 c 
Kirk^ride, H. O., 10 / 11 <j 
Kynaston, U. C. 20 1 12 A 
Lake, James, 6 / 12 c 
Lamb, J. M., 3 / 12 e 
— .1. tt., 2; 10 c 
Lambe, J. B.. 27/13e 
Lander. J. O., i> m 10 c 
Lane, Rich., 9 ; Vie 
Wm., 20; 12 b 



Lang, John. 6 m 10 c 

Langley, Wm., 10 ro 10 < 

Larnder and Barton. 17 « 10 « 

Lassalle, Henry, 6 w 10 c 

Lawrence. A. (?., 6 / 12 c 

A. F.. 27 t 13 A 

Leah. Henry. 13 ; 7e 

Leason. Uobt.. 13; 7 « 

I^atherdtle. Jno., M f\2d 

Leaver. Wm.. 3 1 m 12 c 

Lee. H. S., 9 / 12 c 

Leech. Jos.. 17 w 10 e 

Leej* H. K., 10/11 H 

l^neh. Th«i8.. 20 m 12 c 

- l^e:itwn. J. W., 6 / 7 c 
Le Uov, Alex.. 27 ; 11 c 

Levy. K. A., ^m 10 j 

- Lewin. Wm., 17 i#t 10 « 

Li'wis. F. W., 27 »< 14 c 

(i ••(... 23 / 12 r 

Win.. 13 m \\\ e 



Lewtas. Alired. 10 m lOe 
Lilley. Edw., 20 / 12 6 
i j.st. r, .lolin. 13/ 10 d 
Lit«l • \n<K M> ; 10 e 

— .1 lilt"*. I.'{ ; 7 c 

Lii I wiMnl lloralio, 18 / 7 « 

— J L. J4 w 12 r 

Li. . llyii. (;had., 13 « 13 € 



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Bankruptcies (rontinued), 

Uayd, Tho8.. 27 m 14 c 

- Lock. Thos., \7 / \2 d 

Logan. A.. 20 y 12 b 

Lomai. Wm., 20 m 12 e 

T^ng. Daniel. 10/11 c 

- Longden, Geo., 13 w 13 e 
Longhurst, James, 18 / 7 « 

Lord. J. A.. 20 / 12 « 

- — Lovelace. Benj., 20 ; 12 6 
LoTelt. Clias.. HI m 12 <• 

- Lowe, Jo«»., 3 / 12c 

Lowndes, O. S.. 30 ; 10 d 

Lowther, Hon. Chas., 24 / 12 d 

Loxton, Henry. 24 m 12 r 

Lucas. Chas., 8 / 12 c 

G.. 8/12A 

Ltitton, Hungerford, 6 m 10 c 

Lythe. VV. H.. 17 / 12 d 

Mac.lonnld. ('has.. 27 / 12 c 

G., -U m 12 h 

Hodericik, 23; 12 A 



- — Macfarlane. J. and J., 30 j 10 c 

J.. 3./ 12 h 

Mackay, W.. jun.. 6 mi 10 a 

m Macintosh. J , (J / 7 /> 

Mackenzie. J., 24 /12 c 

MMcUan & ('o.. 27 / 1.^ d 

MMCphcrson, J.. 13 / 10 c 

. ivladdock, H. J., 2 / 10 r 

. Mauchline, R. .J., 27 m 14 />-31 m 12 6 

March. K. 11.. ti w 10 « 

Marsh. Geo.. 30 ; 10 d 

Marshall. V. K., loy 11 c 

T. J.. 24 Ml \'ir 

Martindiile John, 3 ./i 12 c 

- — .Mason. A. K.. .J / 12 c 

. K. B.. 27 Mi 14 c 

J. S.. « fVld 

.Vlasiers W. H.. 13 > 7 « 

M ihtTS. Saniut'l. 3i) /Kid 

. Matthews. James, 13 m 13 e 

\Vm.. 20 /12 c 

Maw. Geo. 6 mi 10 /» 

May, (;. H.. 27 mi 14 r 

M Auliy H., 13 m .3 d 

MCMorv. Owin, 10 / II r 

. M'( lure. \\\, K\ jl h 

- — - M-(<iy. J. J.. (J Mi I'>c 

M-Craiff 1'.. n; i 10 r 

MCull'Kjh. Andrtw. 20 m \2 e 

M'Dennott. Chas.. i3 / 7 <? 

Ml)i»n..ld, Grant. 24 / 12 d 

— - — K.. 20 in 12 /. 

M(i<»WMn. J. 9 i \2 a 

J. and T., 9 ; 12n 

W.. '^o / 12 o 

M'Muitrie. J., lo m 10 d 

- — MNitul, A.. 20 in !2 h 

- M'Tcir a ltd Hormcks, 31 mj 12 c 
MiM I. S. K., 3 / 12 V 

MejiKon. H. (J.,' 3 / 12 c 

G. and J., I7 mi 10 « 



Bankrupticeg (continued). 

Middle! on, Joseph, 27 m 14 c 

Millen& Co., 3 / 12 6 

Miller, A., 20/^12 6 

(\ 8.. 80 ; lb d 

J.. 20 w \2h 



Mills, J. W.. 9 ; 12 c 
Mdlward and Ganner, 80/10 d 
Milne, Arthur, 9 / 12 c 

— W.. 17 w 10 d 
Mitchell. John. 18/ lOd 

— J. vV. P., 30; 10 d 

— IVter, 31 m 12 c 

— Thos., 17 m 10 c 
Mobbs. John, 17 m 10 e 

— VVm.. « M2 d 
Mofifatt, J. H., 20/ 12 6 
MoUer, Mathias, 10 m 10 c 
Molteni. Ale.K.. 27 m> 14 ^ 
Montgomery. Geo., 23 ; 12 c 
Moore, Uanifel, jun., 31 tu 12 c 

— James. 10 / 1 1 <: 
Morjjan. Edw.. 30 ; 10 d 

— Geo., 20 f \2 
~ James. 23 } 12 c 

Mor^anti. P., 20/12 6 
Morri!9, R. (\. 3 mi 12 c 

— John, 30 7 10 d 

— Win., 3 Ml 12 c 
and Harris. 20; 12 6 



— .Morrison, Thos., 27 /a 14 c 

— Morritt. Chas. 6/ 12 d 

— Morse and Hayter. 9 ; 12 c 

— Mort'mer. ('has., (> ; 7 «• 

— Moses, Phillip. 17 / 12 d 

— Moulton, Kdw.. 3 / 12 r 

— Mucklow. John, lo / 1 1 c 

— MudK'e. Andrew. 13 «i 13 c 

— Mud-tm .John. 10 / 10 « 

— M nil head, W., 13/ lOr 

— Muzt'cn. 11. J., 27 HI ^ 

— Na>h. Arthur, 27 ) II r 

— Nay lor, Wesley. 3 mi 12 e 

— Neath. Joseph. 27/13/ 
— Newth, A. A., 27 ; 11 c 

11. ('., 24 m 12 c 



Mi'Mruin. 1).. 30/ 10 c 
Aleiitffl. ( arl. 9 ^ 12 r* 
lVl•p^teHd. H. .VI., 24 M 12 c 
Merritt, J. J., 2; 10 c 
Iti 



Nicholl. Ann. « / 12 d 

Nichols. F. W. W.. 10/ 11 c 

Nicholgiin. J. A.. Jan., 27 mi 14 c 

Nicol&Co.. 20 / 12 h 

Nodder, R. J., 27 »« 14 c 

Norman, K. H., H / 7 r 

Norris. b\ G.. 27 w 14 c 

Norlham. W. G.. 27/ 13 / 

Norion. Joh'i, 13 / 10 d 

Nunn. G. F. R.. 20/12 6 

". i:., 17 / i2d ■ 

OadcH. V. and W., 27 mi 14 c 

O't onnell, Bernard, 2 / 10 c 

Oirden. Sarah, 27 mi 14 c 

Ol.lroyd, Geo. and J., 23 /12 c 

Olipliant, Hannah, 17 m 10 « 

Olleienshaw. Geo., 6 /n 10 c 

Ollerton, John, 23 /12 c 

Onslow, G. J.. 10/11 c 

Grams, F. W., 27 « 14 c 

Orange, Walter, 13 ? 7 « 



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Bankmdtcies {conttnued\ 

0*ing. F. W. L., 3 / 12 c 

- Osborne, Isaac. 24 m ^2 c 

Owen, Alfred. 20/12 c 

Geo., 24 m 12c 

James, 20 / 12 6 

John, 23? 12 r 

Thos.. 13 ; 7 e-27 ; 1 1 c 

Owlei. E. W., 17 /■ 12 rf 

Page, Frank. 3./ 12 c 

- Paris, Geo., I3 w 13 e 

Parker, A. S., 20 7 12 h 

R. C. « ; 7 r 

Parkea, Wra., M f V> d 

— — Parkinson, John. 3 tn 12 c 

Martha. 6 m 10 c 

- Parry, John, 10 m 10 e 

Pate. J. L.. 3» ; 10// 

- Psterson, John. 6 /« \i) c 

W., 27 w Uh 

PatQiorre, R. W., 6 m 10 r 

Patten. F. H. M., 24 m 12 c 

Paul, Win.. 2(» m 12 c 

- Pearse. John. 13 / H) // 
— — Pearson. Wm., 13 w l3 e 

and Hiley. 13/ iOd 



Pegler, Geo., 27 /* 13 /* 

— Penn. Henry, 24 w 12 r 

Pennington, A. S.^ 20 ) 12 6 

^dw., 10 TO 10 « 

• — Pepper, John. 6 / 7 c 
Thoi., 20 /« 12 f 

— Pepperdine, Joseph. 6 w 10 s 

Petchell. VVm., 17 / 12 </ 

Phillips. John, 6 / 12 c 

Picard, Thos.. 20 m 12 c 

Picken. Eininanuel. l.-i / \0 d 

Pickles and shutileworth. i\ i 1 

Piggott and Godard, 23 j \'> b 

Pilbrow. E. F., 20 ; 1 2 <? 

Pilkington, Geo.. 20 m 12 c 

Pirn. A. E., 20; 12 /> 

— Pinfold, Austin, 27 m 14 c 

Piper. Edw., 3l m VZ e 

Pirie, J. M.. 2/ lOA 

— Pissey, Susan and Selina, 31 m 12 c 
Piatt, Geo.. 6 ?« 10 f 

Podmore, John, 9 / 1 2 c 

Pothan. R. A., 9 ; 12 c 

Potter, Henry, 6 ?« 10 c 

Potts, E. S., 3 m 12 c 

— Poulton. James, Vi/XOd 
— - Powell, Abraham, 23 ; 12 c 

John. 17 m 10 «— 20 wi 12 c 



Bankruptcies {continutd), 

Quiningborough, (ieo., 27 / 13 y 

Quinn. Franci*. 13 »« 13 e 

Quititon, Rowland. 16 ; 10 a 

Kails. Sninuel, 21 r \'6 f 

Raper, John, 23 ; 12 b 

Ray. O. E., 3«i 12 c 

Rayner, A. S., 24 / 12 i 

Reavell, T. F., 24 m 12 c 

Reeoe, Henry. 3 / 12 c 

Reed. Wm.. C w 10 <? 

Reeland, Fred., 13 / 10 d 

Rees. James. 20 / 12 6 

Rees, TI10.S,. jtin., 6 //{ 10 c 

Reeves C'lias.. 6 m 10 c 

Rei.l, I).. 17 M* lorf 

Re-stell, G. H., 27 / 13/' 

Rhodes, Thos.. \7 f VI d 

Rhys. K. H.. 6/7 r 

Richens, Edwin, 5) j Vl c 

Riches. Edw., 27 / \3 / 

Richmond. F. J.. 30 j'\0 d 

^ Riddle. J. and l{., 27 m 14 h 

Ridge. Wm. and Kobt, 16 / 10 /» 

Rili-y. Geo.. :«) / 10 (/ 

Robarts. Katherine. 1^ m 10 « 

lioberts, J. G., 3 m 12 c 

Jane H.. 6 w 10 r 

Roberton. J.. 2(» f \'2 b 

liobinson, Abraham, 13 m 13 e 

Geo., 6 / 7 c 

J. A., 3 m 12 c 

J.T., 17/ 12 c/ 

. Wm.. 10 «i 10 e 

Rodilam. Wm.. 16 7 10 « 

RogtTs. Geo.. 24 m 1 2 a 

H.G., 13; 7 c 

Rohrbach. F. L.. 27 / 13 / 

Rollings, Wm.. 27 / 13 / 

Roper, A C, 30 / 10 d' 

Frank, 9 ; 12 c 



Rosbrook, James, 1 7 w 14c 
Rositer. J. U., 10 /m 1(» e 
Rowbotham, Wm., 16 / 10 « 
Rowe (ieo.. 31 m 12 c 
Rowland, James 3 / 12 c 

— Thos.. 20 /« )2r 
Rowlands. T. C, lOm 10« 
Ruck, Sidnev, 17 wi 10 c 
Russell. Thos., 27 / 13 / 
Sadler. E. J.. 27 ; II ^ 

— Fred., 16/ lOc/ 

— Henry, 6 j 7 c 



- Prangley, Osborne. Urn 10 <• 
• Prentice and Buchanan, 20 / 12 4 

Price, Chas., 24 / 12e/ 

— James. 27 / 13/ 
'— Joseph. 16 ; 10 e 

Pridmore, Joseph 31 m 12 c 
Priogle&Oo., 10; 11 6 
Prior, Robt.. 10 m 10 e 
PudJephatt, Geo.. 24y 12 d 
Pugh, John, 23; 12 c 
Pyle, John, 13 m 13 e 
Quant. Henry, 27 fWc 



- Sanders, F. A., 17/ 12</ 

- Sanderson. Thos., 31 m 12 

- and Son 31 m 12 6 

. Sandys. Hon. E. A. M. 10 m 12ci— 24;/i 12 ^ 
Saul. Rich.. 27 m 14 r 
Savage Alfred. 24 / 12 </ 
Ravill. Ann, 9; 12 r 
Sayer, G. E.. 20 / 12 6 
Scarr, B. B.. J3i7«' 
Scharrer, Eugen. 24 / 12 </-27 j 4 a 
Schiff. Carl. 20 m 12 c 
Schrieber. Major. 27 m \ ^ 
Scofield Ch.is.. 3 w 12 c 



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Bankruptcies (confinued). 

J. W., 6/ 12 c/ 

Matthew, *24f\2d 



Searchfleld, Theodore, 20 / 12 fr 
Selby.John. 27/*13/ 
Shanasy, M. J., 13 / \0 d 
Shead, Walter. 3/ 12 c 
Shearman, H. F., 10/11 c 
Sheerman. pjohn. jun., 27 ; 11 r 
Shepherd. G. W. I)., 3/ i2 « 
— llratan. 31 m 12 c 
Shiels, A. C. w l(»a 
Sharp, Joseph. m in r 
^hort. G. J.. 20; 12 b 
Kidi. 27 / 13/' 



SiWfv, James. 2 / 10 r 

Siddens. H. C. 24 m 12 r 

Simmons. John, 27 / 1* / 

Himpson, Wm., 24 / 12 ci 

- Siiiis, Henry, Id ; 10 « 

Skeh'n. Tom. 2/10 r 

Skeriner. John, i> /12 c* 

Skmuer. R. P.^ 6/ 12 rf 

SlRter, Joseph. 31 m \2 c 

S>eeiiian» R. H., 9 7 12 r 

Slingsby. Thos.. ^7 nt \4 c 

Smart. Win., 27 m \A c 

Smeihwrst, Henry, 24 / \2 d 

Sminhwaite, Robt., 23^ 12 c 

Smith I). M., 6; 7 c 

lU-nry, 6 w 10 c 

J.T.. 17/12d 

~ James, 27 i \\ e 

John. 20 » 12 A-Gy 12 tl -2J f \» / 

jim., 13 i» 13 s 

Robt., 2 ; 10 c 

Scth. 8 w 12 e 

Smyth, R.. 10 w I Or/ 

Snail h. C. II., 20 ? 12 h 

Sneljfiove, H. R., 8/» 12 c 

Snodifrass, 24 /12 c 

Sonierion, V. W., 16 ; II c 

John. 31 m \2c 

Spa eight. Wm.. 3 m I? c 

S|>. nc.er, James. 3 » ; 11 d 

Sp.'iri.ijr, ll.G., 3i); II d 

Henry. 27 m 14 c 

John mm 10 « 



Bankruptciea {continued), 

Stoneham. W. G., 10 « 10 e 

Stoner, John, 27 w 14 c 

Stratkern, D. M., 10 /*11 r 

Stringrfellow, Wm., 30 ; 10 d 

Stripp. J. W., 23 7 12 h 

Strong, Geo., 27 •« 14 

Sirowger, Geo., 20 7 12 A 

Styfes, Joseph. 1 7/ 12 </ 

Sugden. Cha«., 24 m 12 c 

Surridgc, Octavius. 10 /« 10 ^ 

Sutherland, A. and J., 6 m 10 a 

D., 10/ 10 A 

Swab and Sims, 16 7 10 c 

Swann, Wm., 13 ; 7 « 

SwunstoD, W., laj 7 </ 

Synnoi. C. F. G.. 13 f 10 d 

THllerman, DHiiiel, 27 ; 11 e 

Tamlyn, Anws, 20 »* 12 c 

Tnnner^ John. 20 ; 12 A 

Tapsfield. Arthur, 20 m \2 e 

Tarte^ Mary. 13/ 10 d 

Taitker, J. M., 6 m 10 r 

John, 20 m 12 c 



Tatton, Ohas., 23; 12 c 



Spit'jji'lh.ilfer, L. ami llernKinn, 27 w 14 c 
S|'i-»k. T. 'C, 16; 10 c 
— Kdw.. 6/ \2d 
^InHgiie. S. I).. 10 All c 
>priiiig. A. K., 6 m 10 c 
>ti«iirr, Wm.. 3 /'12 c 
Sr.Mll.m. G. II., 20 /12ft 

tlord, W. S., 13 m 13 d 
^ ' k a!id MLaehlan, 9 ; 12 a 
^ir 1 John, 23; 12 c 

I. »»>f. 13 iH 13 « 
*^ ' !<-. J no. 31 m 12 c 
'• 'i.^n. A . 10 m \(i d 
■^ <-).. 27/I3r/ 
" ■.•!i<'nsi)u and Holires, •^77' lie 

f" Mf. I*.. 17 / )2 c 
- K . 17 / !2«/" 
".1: ^. C, ;J/« 12 c 
•. F. C.J. 21 fVAp 



— Taverner, W. G., \Q f W c 

— Tayler, H. W., 13 m 13 e 

— Tavlor. Adam, M} / II r 
Beni., 27 m 14 d 

G. H., 24 w 12 c 

Geo., 20; 12 6 

J., 6 / 12 A 

J. B., 3 / 12 c 

John, 20 yi 12 c 

T. G.. 10/ 11 c 

Wm., 17 m 10 e 

— Tedd, Wm., 17 / \2 d 

— Tfvindale, J. M., 3/12 A 

— TlM)ma.4, David, 27 w 14 t/ 

Harriet, 13 m 13 « 

I. A., 6/ 12d 

T. D., 17 m 10 c 

Wm., 24 m \2 c 

Wm. and Jonas, 24 m 12 e 

— Tliompson. Edw., 10 m 10 / 
F. W., 17/ 12</ 

G. C. and A. G.. 20y 12 c 

H. v., 13 / 10 d 

James. 6 m 10 e 

Matthew. 17 w 10 e 

Stephen, 23 ; 12 c 

— Thoiiis'on. P.. 23; 12 a 

— Thome, W. R., 81 m 12 c 

— Thornton. Geo.. 3 / 12 c 

— Tierney. W., 31 m 12 A 

— Tiffen. W. L.. 3 m 12 r 

— Timson. Joseph. 27 m 14 d 

— Ttimes. Geo., 17 m 10 e 

— TonK. Stephen, 13 i 7 < 

— Tonsfue, Henry, 17 m 10 c 

— Toogood. Fred.. 97 12 c 

— Tooth. W. U., 27 m 14 c 

— Topp. 3. B. 6 m 10 c 

— Topping, (\ IL, 2 / 10 c 

— Topps. Simeon, 10 /" 10 <• 

— Torrens. W. T. M., \1 f \2 d 

— Toy*. Daniel, jun., 20; i2 



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BankiuptcieB (continued), 

-^— Tuzer. Satimel, 1 3 ; 7 e 

. Treble, John and Samuel, 80 / 10 d 

TrigjfS, Henry, 24 / I'd d 

Tutior. Waller. 20 m 12 c 

— '— Tuff and Nottingham, 31 m 12 e 

TurnbuU, Jamej), 6 in 10 c 

liobt., i6 ; 10 « 

Turner. Daniel, 13 / 10 rf 

Henry, 3 / 12 c 

Ij^aac, 27 / 13 / 

Tho8., 27 n 1 c 

Thos., jun., 13 III 136 

\Vm., 24 m 12 c 

Turpin. G. R., 2 ; 10 c 

Turpy and Son, 6/126 

Twelves, V. G.. 24 m \2 e 

Tyerman. U. and VV.. 23 f \2 o 

Underbill, II. \V., 27 / 13/ 

VV. H., 13 /M 13 e ■ 

^— Underwood, VVm.. John and Joseph, 6 j 7 c 

Unsworih. J. T.. 10/11 c 

Vaile, li. W. H.. U) / \\ o 

Vallance, A. VV., 9a) / 12 q 

— ^ Vane, Abraham, 24 «i 12 c 
^— VHrley, Joseph, 20 / 12 6 

- Vaughan, Emoia, 13 m 13 e 
Ve«l. Wra., 6 «i 10 c 

— ^ Vicary, J. H. H., 13 / 7 a 
Vhie, Sydney, 3 in 12 c 

- Wade, Samuel 24 m 12 c 

Waddle. Thoa., 30 ; 10 </ 

Waite, G. E., 13 / 10 rf 

Wakelam, W m., 27 w 1 4 rf ' 

Waldenmaier, J. G., 10 m 10 « 

Wales, Dan. 27 ; 1 1 c 

Walker, J. H., 81 m 12 c 

Wm., 17y 12 </— 6 m 10 o 

Wallace, A., 31 m 12 6 

T., 31 m 12 b 

W., 24/ 12 c 

and Brown, 24 m 12 6 



Bankruptcies (continued). 

V\ en»lev. Tom, 9 / 12 d 

Wi ntwLrih. W. D.. 6 / 12 c 

Whttley. Wm.. \7 f \2 d 

Wheeldon, Horatio, 17 / 12 rf 

Wheeler, T. J., 27/ lie 

VV. H.. 6/ I2c 

White, E. L., 27 mHd 

Geo., 17 / 12 rf 

James, 24/ 12 d 

Thos., r. wi 10 c 



Wallers, Chas.. 27 / 13/ 
Walters, Alfred, 13»« 18fl 

— J. S., 24/12 d 
Waltor, James. 2 / 10 c 

— John, 17/12// 
Ward. Alfred, 3 w 12 c 

— Daniel. 13/lOrf 

— K.L.. 13/ \0d 
Wardman. John. 3 m 12 c 
Water?, Geo.. 3 m 12 c 

H. K, 3 w 12 r 



Watmough, Rich., 8 / 12 d 

Watson. G., 17 /« 10 rf 

P., 24 /« 12 6 

li. C, 20 m \2o 

H. E.. 20 m 12 c 

and Noble, 20 m \2 c 

and Sons, 20 f \2 b 

Watts. W. J., 27 m 12 o 

Wm., 27 m lid 

Webb, J. S., 24 w 12 fl 

Webster. J., 27 m 14 6 

Weige. G. F., IS ? 7 e 

Werr, Mrs. E. S., 30 ; 10 r 

WelU, A. F. H,, 27 m 14 d 



Whitehead, S. H.. 24 m 12 ^ 
^Thos., \0m 10/ 
White>ide, Thos., 20 m 12 c 
W hiitleld, J. H.. 6) 7 c 
Whiiing. Eliz. 31 /» 12 c 
Whittaker, Edmund, 3 m 12 c 
W hitting, James, 16 ; 10 e 
Whitwam, David. 20 m 12 c 
Whitworth, Benj., 10 wi 10/ 
Whyborn. J. VV., 13 w 13 « 
Widdowson, Jaruus, 17 m 10 e 
Wiifgins, Mary R., 3/ 12 d 
Wilcox, Matthew, 13 / 10 d 
Wilding, Thos., 13 m 13 s 
Wilkins, C. M., 3wi 12 c 
Wilkinson, Arthur, 20j 12 b 

— G. W., 20^11 \2o 
WiUetts, Geo., 2 / 10 c 
Williams, A. and I., 6 / 7 c 

— Alfred, 10/11 c 

— Da\id. 6 ; 7 c 

— G. A., 16.7 10 c 

— Geo.. 31 m VA c 

— Israel, 27 m 14 d 

— John, 6 m 12 c— 13 m 13 c— 24 m 12 e 

— Joseph 24 m 12 c 
~L. E., 13/lOd 

— Meshach, 10 m 10/ 

— Rees. 13 m 18 e 

— Thos., 2 ; 10 c— 17 fU d— 20 m 12 c 

— Wm., 80 no d 
Willis, E. A., 18i7e 
Wills, Fred., 30 / 10 d 

— John. 16; 10 d 

— Wm.. 30 i 10 d 
Wilman, Benj., 27/11 c 
Wilson, A., 16/ 10 c 

— Henry, 10 m 10 /* 

— D. H., 6/126 
John. 9; 12 c 



Wingrave, F. T., 20 m }2 e 

Winckworth. H. R., 16/ 10« 

Winfield, John, 20 ; 1 2 6 

Winter, Eliz.. 16; 10 e 

Winterbottom, James, 28/ 12 c 

Wiicomb. C. li., 30 ; 10 d 

Wolf. Aron, I7y 12 d 

Wolff, E., 17/ 12d 

Victor, 3 /12 c 

Wolsey, John, 20 j t2 b 

Woofl, P. and A., 10/ Ih'c 

Wm , 6 ; 7 

VVoodalL Alfred, 3 M2 d 

Woodburn, Hugh, 8 in 12 c 

Woodcock, J. S., 13 m 13 s 

Wrate, Job, 10 m 10 < 



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Bankraptcies (rontinued), 

VViight, Geo., 17/12 rf— 24 to 12 c 

J. H.. 20 f]2o 

Joseph, (i / \2 d 

Thos., 13 m 13 6—17 to 10 « 

Wriggleswonh, G. H., IS flO d 

Yales, Geo., 31 m 12 r 

Wm., 17 TO I > «— 24 TO 12 ^ 

Yeowart, Ellen, IO7 11 c 

Young. A., 2 / 10 a 

Edwin, 13 to 13 e 

l{..jun., 30n0c 

Tlu)8.. 13/ lOrf 

BANKEUPT0IE8 ANNULLED :— 

Bagge. H., 20; 12 a 

Barnett, M. and E.. 30; 10 c 

Casey, O. J.. 6/12</ 

Cooper. H. L., 27 7 11 6 

Eden, J. H., 20 / 12 d 

Garrett, T. L.. 17 to 10 /* 

LHmbart. F. H. H., 20 / 12 r/ 

Mackenzie, S. J. W.. 13 / 10 c 

Shailer, Hobt.. \SJ 10 c— 17 ; 12 c 

Spill, Daniel, 20 m \2 h 

Bankruptcy Act, 1 )eputation to the Board of 
Trade on. 19/ 14 6 

1883. Return of the Number during the 

Last Quarter. 16 / H 

BANKEUPTOY COUET :— 

— Notices of Last Examinations, see every 
Wednesday's and Saturday's paper 

Aird. David, 14 ; 3 /— 1 1 w 4 a 

Allnutt, Frank, 13 / 4 c— 1 1 to 4 a 

— d^Almaine, A. V., 25 to 3 c 

Arnold, Wm., 4 m 3 (/ 

Ash win. T. S.. 9 to 4 6 

— Attwood, Georgina M., 14 ; 8/ 
— Barnard, Arthur. 2 > 4 c— 7 j 3 c 

Bartels, E. A., IK / 3 d 

— Barter and Bickley, 4 m 3 c 

Belt, Rich.. 4 / 3 e—b / Sj^ej 4 6—12/ 3 

e — 6 TO 4 a — 26 to 4 a 
Betheil & Co., 27 to 5 e— 80 w 4 / 

— Boyce. J. R., 26 7 4 7 

Brown, J. B., 1 1 y 3/— 18 m 8 «— 26 w 4 a 

Browne & Co., 1 9 to 3 e 

Bruff, E. T., 2 f 4 r-21 ; 3 e 

Burbridge. Samuel, 7 j S 

.— Caiman, Albert, 16 j 4 c 

Campbell, Percy, 18 7 8 «/ 

Cionmire, Sidney, 2 fSe—i fSe 

Daniel. C. E.. 5 ; 3 /— 21 7 8 d 

Drew, G. B. H.. 20 "w 6 q 

*^— Ellington and Son. 23 7 4 c— 6 /4a 
Forsythe, John, 28 ; 4 j 

— Frantz, Paul, 16 ;4 c 

Garrett. N. D., 20 / 4 c 

— ^ Goldsmid, M. h, 6 m 6 a 

Goldstein, Morris, 80 ; 8y— 27 to 5 s 

Gould, CO., 16 /8« 

— Graham, J., 28 7 4 c 

R. D.. 80/3/ 

Green, E. U., 18 m 6 a 

Griesselich. H. V.. 12 to 4 a 

Griffith. G. C, 6/3 /"— 23 ; 4 c 

Guthrie, C. 8. J. L., 80 ; 8/ 

Hansom, H. J., 6 m 6 a 

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Bankruptcy Court {continued). 

Hartog. Geo.. 12 7 3 fl^ 

Holland. Alfred. 5 to 3/ 

Huckvale. J. A.. 27 / 5 « 

Hunncx, Fred., 16 / 3e 

Hunt. Robt.. 25 w 3 e 

Johnston. J. F., 19 /* 3 rf 

King. Sir R. I)., 27 ^ 5 / 

Lanibart. E. R. H.. 5 / 3 ^ 

Learoyd, Nehemiah, 29 / 4 ^ 

Leggp, Geo., 12 m f\ / 

Ivowther, Hon. Chas., 16/ 3 e-3 to 4 6—11 

TO 4 0—19 TO 3 e 
Marshall. T. J.. 23 /*3 e-26 w 4 a 

M 'George. Mungo. 2. j 'A e 

M Henry, James. 26 w 4 <i 

Murphy. Jxmes, 2^ 7 4 e 

Nash H. M.. 15 ; 3 /-6 /4a 

Nassnu. IX and S.. 17 / 3 d 

Patten, N. H.. 29 7 46 

Parks, Wm.. 22/4 « 

Piggott & Co.. 19 7 4 a— 19 / 3 d 

Postlethwaite. A. P., 26/4 a 

Reed and Bowen. 9 j 4 <3f-12y 3 rf— 23/8 d 

—30 w 4 / 

Robinson, J. T., 24 /'4 6 

Rush. Arthur, 13 7 3 rf 

Salomons, — , 9 to 4 a 

Sandys, Hon. E. A. M., 19 fS rf— 18 m 8 e 

—31 TO 4 rf 
Scharrer & Co., 1 ; 10 6 

Schtieber, Major, 20 w 6 a 

Spearman. E. R., 3 / 3 /— 6 /4a 

Swanborongh. Mary Ann, E. and A., 8 / 8< 

Thorpe, John, 20 iSd 

Tiden, Lorentz. 20 7 3 d 

Ton ens, W. T. M., 16 j 8y— 12 /* 8 «— 24 f 

46 

Tullock and Son, 10 to 4 c 

Tyler, W. H. Dacre. 27 j A a 

Ward, Paterson and Dodd, 10 / 3 rf 

WMllis, F. W., 9 7 4 d-'2'6 ; 4 c 

Wills, Robt., S\ mid 

Wilson. C. W.. 26 i 4 a-8 to 4 6 

Winslow. Dr. Forbes, 10/3 d— 20 fie 

Wood. S. M. A.. 3 / 3 /' 

Woodford. Rev. A. F. A., 20 ; 8 rf 

Woolf . v., 22 /■ 4 e 

Zappert. Adolph, 17 to 3 /— 27 m 5 « 

Barclay (— ) on Land Reform, 12/11 f 

Barnaby (N.) on the Loss of the Oregon, 81 m 5 cf 

Barnett (Ucv. S. A.) on the Mansion House 
Relief Fund. 16 / 8 n 

Barometers, Exhibition of, 18 to 9/ 

Barrett's Brewery and Bottling Co/npany, 
PrO!«pectus, 26 / 11 6 

Barristers' Benevolent Association, Annual Meet- 
ing, 8 m 7<;— 30TO 12 a 

Bariley (G. C. T.) on Ireland and Parliament, 26 
j 10 6 

Bath. Orders Conferred, 6 i 7 a— 18 > 7 tf— 19 / 9 
/— 20>H/-20 7 11 /"— 27 ;' 11 a— 8/ 12 a— 6 
J r, t— 6/9 /-9 / 9 /•- 10/ 11 a— 13/4 /-18 
/ 10 a— 15/6 /— 24/ 12 a 

Bavaria, Mii»cellaneou8 News, 14 / 6 e 

the King of. 3/ 9 / 

^^ Draws up a List of his Debts, 8 / 5 c 



March 61, lb86.] palmer's index to ''the times" newspaper. 



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Baxter fF.) on the Mantion House Relief Fund, 
19/18/ 

- (W. £.) the Government and Ireland, 27 / 
ISe 

— - on the Irish Question. 12 i 10 d 

Mail Service to America. 31 m 10 6 

Beachcroft (R. M.) Overhead Wires. ^ i e f 
Beaoiosfleld (Lord) Note on his Correspondence, 

15 / 6 </ 
Beal, Son and Chartres, on Overhead Wires, 8 

;7/ 

Beauchamp (Lord) on Relief Works, 12 /* 12 c 
Beckett (Sir £.^ Notice about, H f 10 c 

on Water Companiei*, 15 / 13 / 

Bedford (Duke of; on Mr. Gladstone and the 

Whigs. 18; 8 c 
^-^ (C. St. Clare) on the House of Laymen, 18 

/7y 

Bedfordshire, State of, 22 fA t 

Beprg (A.) on Canada and its National Highway, 

25 m 3 6 
BELGIUM:— 

Anglican Church in. 3 / 8 6 

Antwerp Museum Purchases a Portrait by 

Franz Haln. 15i/r 6 /> 
Army of. 16/5 d 

Arrest of M. Degand. for Fraud, 18/ 5 s 

of Rioters, 31 »« 5 o 

' Arrests of Englishmen in, 6/6 c — 9 ; hj — 

15/4/ 

- Asylum for Homeless Persons, Opened in 
Brussels, 1 8 / 5 e 

Banquet to the Premier. 4 /"6 r 

Brewing Operations in. 22 m 5 t 

British Legation, Urand Ball at, 27 6 /--8 

Jht 

Brussels Canal, 19 w 5 d 

' a Seaport, 18 m 9 / 

Budget, \ m 6 h 

— - Burial Place Que!«tion, \ m 6 h 

' Canal Tolls*. Application to Abolish. \Sj6e 

Ca>e of Canon Bernard. 12/6 A— 20 mile 

Claim on Germany for Waggons Used during 

the Franco- Prussian War, 13 / 5 e 
Coal tor Window Glass. I m 6 6 

and the Copyright Question, 9/5/ 

Duties on Foreign C attle, 14 ; 6 o 

Finances, 24 / 5 c 

Five Country Seats Pillaged and Burnt, 29 

m 5 I 

- Frauds in, 4 / 7 / 

Health of tho Premier, 13 7 5/ 

Import Duties, 21 ; 5 / 

International (Conference on the Exchange 

of Official Publications, 15 m 6 h 
• Legifilative Proceedings on the Riots, 31 m 

5a 

Loan for the Congo State, 13 /^5e— 16 /"5 d 

Meeting of the Unemployed, Uiots in 

Brussels, 19 m 10 r-.20 m 7 c— 26 m o b—27 m 

7 6—29 trt 5 a— 30 m 6 b— 31 m 5 a 
.^— Miscellanious News, 25 / 6 a— 6/6 e — 22 / 

5 e— 6 m7 d 
— — Pilotage and Light Dues, 3 m 5 c 
< Purchase of Rembrandt's Old Lady by the 

Government, 6 m 7 cf— 9 m 5 
Release of Eugene TKindt, 16 i 7/ 



Belgium (continued). 

Riots in. 30 m 12 a 

Socialists at Tilleur, &c., 22 m 5 <f 

Strikes in. 24 m 5 6—25 m 5 </— 26 m 6 5^ 

27 m 7 /i— 30 m 5 A— 31 m 6 6 

Sydenham Crystal Palace Panorama Oom« 

pany. Dividend. 18 / 5 e 

Theatrical News— rA« Tempiiers by Litolff, 

Brussels. 26 i 5 d 
Belgo-Dutch Frontier, 11 / H « 
Bell (C. W.) a Dangerous Railway Passenger, 1 

jSb 
( Rev. Dr.) on the Suspension of the Rev. J. 

B. Cox. 19/ 12 h 
Belt Case, Note on. 1 8 m 4 / 

N 01 ice about, 10 »» 10 / 

Bentinck (G. (\) on James Fergusson, 19 / 10 « 
Beresford-Hope (A. J. B.) St. Paul's and Mr. 

Fergusson, 13 t 12 (f— 16 / 10 /" 
Bernhardt QSarah) on '* Fedora,*' in Paris, 80 m 

5d 
Berridge (Geo.) on Extra War Premuims, 9 m 11 5 
Bert (Paul) Movements of, 18 m 6 a 
Besant (Walter) on the Beaumont Trust. 10/8cf 
Bevan (Thos.) on the Irish Question, 29j6d 
Bey rout Water Company, 13 / \\ d 
Biddulph (Sir R.) Movements of. 12 m 9 / 
Bills of Sale, Number of liegistered during the 

Past Year, I / 9 a 
Bimetallism. 25 / 3 r-29 / 13 «-19 y 4 c/— 22 m 

6/- 24 ni 9c 

Prince Bifimarck on, 4 m 6 6 

Bimetallist Agitation. 9y 5 c 

League. 19/7 / 

and One Pound Notes, Notes on, 19/18 6 

—26 /"IS /'— 12 m 13a-16 m 4« 
Birch (\)T, S.) Notice about, 18/ 10 h 
Bird ( N .) Large Decrease in Loss of Life at Sea, 

26./ 10 e 
Birds. Lecture on the Migration. 18 » 4 / 

Lecture on the Wings of, 22 / 3 

BIRTHS :— In Consequence of the Registrar- 
General having a complete Alphabetical List 
from 1837, of all Births in the British Domi- 
nions, as also of all British Subjects born 
abroad, which can be inspected at any time at 
the Office in Somerset House, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
vertised in the Times, 

Con naught. Duchess of, of a Princess, 18 

ro5 /— 19 /w 9/ 
Bishop of London*s Kund. Meeting. 17/6 « 
Blackwood (S. A.) Postmen and Tips, 4 / 7 « 
Blake (Dr. Sophia Jex) on Medical Education 

of Women. 10 w« 12 h 
Blenheim Palace Notes on. 25 m 12 a— 26 m lOe 
Blennerhassett(R.) on the Irish Land Purchase, 

25 m 10/ 
Blind College, Worcester. 9 / 12 d 

- Royal Commission on. 23 ; 6 s— 25 / 8 e^ 
26/8«— 4/»6— 6/9/*— 11 / lOrf— 12/"10/* 
— 18 / 9 /— 20 / 9 /— 26y 8 rf— 5 m 11 /— 6 m 
11 /--I0iw9/— 12 wi9«— 18 w 6 6— 19 in 11/ 
—20 m 13 6—26 m 13 e— 27 m 10 6 

Bloemfonteln (Bp. of) Consecration of, at St. 
Mary's, Whitechapel, 22 m 7 d-25 m 4 /— 26 
m 10 a 

21 



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[Jan. 1 to 



Blood, Herr Freund's Discovery of Preserving 
the, from ConguUtion, &c., 17/5 b 

Blue Kibbon Life, Accident, Mutual and In- 
dustrial Insurance (7omp?iny. 2(j /" I i r/ 

Blunt (,W. 8.) on Knglaml and Ireland, lS>/13ff 

on the Egyptian Question, 27 / 4 (/ 

on Home Rul»'. 1 / 6 c 

— on Sir Henry Wolff's Mission, 6 »i 3 f 
Boiler Explosions. Offi»:ial Ueport, 12/6 c 
Bokhava — Russian Minister Leaves, lU/o d 
Miscellaneous News, 18 / 6 « 

and Russia, \b m G r 

Bolckow. Vaugban & Co.. f> m 13 c--27 m 13 rf 
Bolton ( R.) on the Four Mile (-ab Radius, 6 7 10 </ 
Bonded Goods, 1 1 ; 4 «-y y 9 /'- 12 m 4 a 
BuoK • :— 

I Art Sales. History of. in the Press, fi m 4 <i 

-^ Col. Burnaby's Novel in the Pross. 31 w 8 h 
n Osseirs National Library, Acceptance of, 

by the Queen. 3 m 1 1 e 
- — ("ompeting PubliMhers of Cheap Literature, 

Notes on, 20 m 15 M~i2 m \2 h- 23 m 1(» h 

Gordon, Gen.. Events in tbe Life of, 22 / 4/ 

. History of Devonj^hire in tbe Press, 9/106 

— — Hugo, Victor, Posthunioua Works, 3i) m 5 c 
Ithlian Library Thefts, 2\ j \ii c 

Literary and other Notes, I ; 4 e— 8 ; 10 d 

— 15 ; 7 c— 29 / 7 e— 5 / 6 c— 12 / «/— 19/10 
6—12 OT 5 rf-19 //I 10 ^/— 26 wi 9 e 

— New, and New Editions, Statistics of 1885, 
11;4« 

— Price Sale List of Mr. Mackenzie's Library, 
81 m 4 d 

. of the WodhuU Library. 13 j 6 /— 14 j 8 

c— 16 7 6«— 16? 7«— 19> 7</— 20;4y— 21 / 
10 rf— 25 ; 4 / 

— Roger North*8 Correspondence, in the Press, 
18./ 6 e 

m Routledge's World Library, Acception of, 

by the Queen, 4 m 1 1 e 

— the Severn Memoirs, \2 f 5 f 

- — the Three Volume Novel, Notes on, A f 6 d 
—7; I2r/— II ; 4 '• 

— Times Column of New, and New Editions, 
ate every doy^s pofjer 

— Uncut. Notes on, 2j 7 c—6 j 4 a— 1 1 / 3 « 
-14; 3/ 

iee also Rbviews 

Boord (T. W.) Dinner by the Greenwich Con- 
servative Club to 12 / 6 a 
Borough Funds Bill, 12 /« 1 1 /* 
Bourchier (.1. D.) on Home Rule, 6 / 10 b 
Bouverie i^E. P.) Mr. Gladstone and Fundamental 

L«w8. 23#if 12 a 
Bowen (Sir Geo.) Notice about. 2 / 5 f 
Brabazon (Lord) Work for the Unemployed, 17 
/7« 

— and Public Gardens, 18 /n 11/ 
^— on the Working ("lasses. 9 / 6 e 
Bradford Exchange Company, 25^ 11 d 

FaUl Fight in, 15/ 6 6 

Bradlaugh Case. 14)6 d 

on Blenheim Palace. 26 in 10 • 

at Northampton, Sj 7 o 

and the Speaker, 6 ; 5 « 

Braendlin (F. A.) the Bayonets of the Army, 19 

;io/ 

22 



Bragnnza (Duke of) Seeks the Hand of Princess 

Anu>lia. 8 / 5 / 
Brind (11.) on the Political Situation. 6/85 
Brasst'y (Sir Tho.-'.) Distress among Seamen. 13 
/ 12 d 

at the Great Yarmouth Liberal Association, 

on Irelind. 12 m 10 n 
Braye (J.) the Art of Posting Letters in London, 
2 / 8 // 
^Brazil — Bill to Abolish Slavery in, 11 ; 6 e 

* Elections in, 18 / 6 r— 18/6 e 

Brazza (\t. de^ itealth of. \2 in 7 c 

- on his Return from the French Congo, 28 

7 5d 

Brent (A.) Ihe Earthquake in Devonshire 7 /"Be 

Brentwood, Rev. C. A. Belli's Dona'ion for the 

Completion of the New Parish Church in, 15 

;7' 
Industrial School, Annual Winter Gathering, 

8 / 7 a 

Brett (R. B.) Divide at Impera, 11 78a 

Incompatible Politics. 15 m 12 6 

on the Unemployed. H f S b 

Bremner. Son and Penninu:ton, on the Royal 

Liver Friendly Soci.'ty. 16 / 12 A -17 / 6 r/ 
Bridge (Capt. 0. A. G ) South Sea Islanders and 

Briti^h Snbjfcts. 20 m 5 h 
Bright ( lU. lion. J.) and Duty on Cotton Goods, 

liyiOe 

and Coercion. Note on. 2<) w 10 b 

and thj Present Crisis. Noe on, 2/ 8 a 

on Second Ballot, 15 m 7 b 

Brighton Aqnarium Company. 3 r 1 1 « 

and Hove Co-operative Supply Associations, 

8/11 /" 
Brightwell(W.) the British Museum Pigeons, 8 

; 8 c— 12 j 6 ft 
Brinkley (.j. A.) Evirtions in Ireland. 11 m 11 d 
Bristol and South Wales Railway Wagon Com- 

puny, 25 7 II d—l / 1 1 r— 8 /'l I e 
British American Land (Company, 27 w \S d 

Association Meeting 18/6 c— 20 / 9 « 

ArchaBologicai, Association. Papers Read 

before, 8 ; 6 c 5 / 7 « -2(» / 9 e 

Bnrmah Lead Company. Hi / M r 

and Colonial Emigration Society, Meeting, 

27; 5 e 
Commerce, Protection of, in Foreign 

Waters, Note on. 27 m 4 '' 
« •- Consuls and British Trade, Notes on. 6 m 6 

e^\ M 6 d 

Diplomacy and British Commerce, 24 / 8 a 

Flora, II m 10 / 

Home Rule Association. 11 ;« 7 /» 

Indian A.«»8ocij«t ion's Petiii«m to PdHiament 

on the Proposed Ind an Committee. 8 »i 5 c 

I<,and (?ompany. 2tt / 1 1 /- 24 / II d 

Lying-in HuspilHl Annn«l Meeting. 6/«?« 

Museum Pigeons ^^oles 00, IJiia—tjhf 

— 8;8c-9 ;7/>--12;6a 

Presentation of I'hineso Books to, by the 

Prince of Wales. 5 / 1 rf 

and American Mort^a^e Company, 17 m 11 a 

-^ and Australasian Trust and Loan Company, 

26m U d 
and Foreign Marine Insurance Companj, 

I67U6 



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Cam 



Briton MMical and General Life Association. 24-. 

mil/ 
Broad Street Ward Benevolent Kun«l. Annual 

Report, \ii f r, f 
Bromhead Tester Manufacturing an J Trading 

Company. 7/11/ 
Brook (bldiv.) Remits the half Year s Uent to his 

Tenanis, SS ) h t 

— ■ (Geo.) Picture of Agitation, 2G / 10 c 

and Lord VVemyss. 1 7 / 4 e 

Brown, Havis antl (Company. 1 1 ; 1 1 r 
Browne (B. (\) Distress in the North. L'8 i fi f 
(F. G.) FreeKcgiHir.itionofth 'Uneniplnyed, 

19/ 14n 

Browninj; (Oscar) on F.ton Buildinc:. 5 / 4/ 

Bruce (C.) on the Mansion House Fund. H w 10 <^ 

(E. S.) on the West End Kiut, 10/ G « 

Brunner. Mond & Co.. 9/11// 

Bryant and May, I / 1 1 r 

Bryce (J. A.) Paper on Burmah, 11 /« 5 / — 2() m 
3a 

Bryne (J. R.) on Eniiprration Societies, 2 f\ f 

Bucharest, the Fortifications of, 16 J U /— 18 / 13 
a — 3 m 1 e 

Buckingham (Duke of) Assessment of Wotton- 
House. 2/'6 / 

Bucknill (J. C.) Sci« nee and Politic^, 4 / 4 /" 

Budgell (.lames) and Son, to be a Limited Lia- 
bility Company, 30 ; 116 

BULGARIA : - 

(.^oina^e in \o m ') h 

— Fifty 1 housanJ Troops Concentrated at 
Widdiu. 26 / o a 

— Miscellaneous News. 1 / 3 a — \) y 5 a 
Negotiations at Bucharest. 13 / o / 

— Prince Alexander Keporte>l to be seeking in 
Marriai(e a German Princess, 7 ; 5 6 

and the Czar. 12 / 5 a 

and King Milan. 13 7 o a 



— and Russia. 5 / 13 n 

Diplomatic Opinion on the Bulgarian 

Difficulty, 29 ; 8 h 

— and Servia, 1 m (5 r 

— Union with Roumania Recognized by Russia, 
25 7 6a 

Approve*! by L(»rd Salisbury, 277 o a 



Bulgarian Heroine. 2 m ."> e 

■ Question, M. de Freycinet's Circular on, 4 

J 6 a 
Bulgaro-Roumelian Customs. f> /// 10 d 
Burnaby ^Col.) Memorinl Survii-e for. 18 7 9/ 
Burnes (11. ¥.) National League in England, 20 

; 8 a 
Burnett (D.) on Taxation of Ground I^ents, IB 

Burns Celebration, 26 / 5 a 

Burns (Dr. D.) ihe Drink Bill for 18S5. 20 ,« 6 / 

(John J on the I^ss of the Ontj'>n. 26 m i(»« 

Bumside (F.) Voluntary Expenditure for Church 
Extension in 1 8«n, 7 ; 3 c/ 

— — Contributions of the Church for Twenty- 
Five Years IH60. 1884 1 / 6 '/ 

Burglars, a Gang of, in Sheffield, 11 7 9/ 

Boy, at Halifax, 6 /* lo t 

Desperate ICncounter with, at Sliorne, near 

Gravesend. 8 m 6 / 

— - in Cumberland, 1 6 j 11 e 



Burglarv at Lhndv^ilio H ill Dairy Farm. 9 / 4 /" 
— at '\Ir. WhiUel y. at l{uil,ind Gate, 10/7'^ 
Bn^-t ((iiM). 1 l{.in(»vril of Snow, 19 ; 6 rf 
Bu-ini»>«^ in IS8:». 2 / 3 /' 
Butcher (S. H ) the IJallid Literature of Kerry, 

H) / 4 « 
BiitclvT S. M.) Local Government in Ireland 

Rel iting to th • Land Q lestion. 5 ; 7 « 
Butchers au'l the I'ulilic 4/6 //— 11 / 13 / 
iJuitiT {.].) the Kebuililing of our Towers and 

S[)iri»H. 19 / 4 d 
Butli'rrtii's. Note on. 4 / 3 /" 
Butrertiy's W mdering-*, 13 m t c 
Buxton (E. N.) on tlie London Sch »ol Board 

Finance. 1 1 / 13 b 

(S.) the (^oydon Election. 29 ; 13 // 

Byron's Centenary, Notes on, 18 m 6 d — 22 m 6 c 

C. 

Csih Four-Mile Radius, 6 / 10 d 

Cabinet Cou.c.ls. 4 9 /— n ; 9 /^- C / 9 /— 11 ; 
T e-W /9 / — 12; 9 /— 13 / 10 r^— 15 / 9 A— 16 
; 9«-l6 7 9 /"— 18/9 /•- 19/ 9/— 23/9 /--25 
/9 t—Tt) 10 />— 28 ; 9 e — 15 / 9 6 — 16 / 7 r— 
16 / 9 /— 17 / 9 /— 22 / 9 /'-23 /" 10 /i— 24 /"lO 
d~lii / 9€-8 m 9/^—9 h/9 /— 12 m 9 /— 15 m 
9 ^/ & /--25 m 9 rt— 27 /w 1 1 /— 3() m 9 e 

Caine (S. \V.) on Libenil Or^inization, 5 /*6 « 

C'aird (Sir Jame-^) on the Iri.«.h Land Purchase, 
'^{) m (» d -22 Ml 7 »/-29 /// 8 e 

Justice to Ireland and to England, 2 j 10 « 

(\difotnia. Inundati»)n8 in, 2/6/* 

Cambodia. 16 m 5 c 

(<iiinhri<lre Union Society. Opening of the Build- 
in? hv Prince Albert Victorof Wales, 25/ 10 </ 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY: — 

Appointment?, 23 ; 10 c— 25> 8 6—29/ 7 « 

— 3 m 5 / — 10 in S ,t 

Mr. Henry Brad^haw, Meeting to arrange 

a Memo ial to, 17 w< 11 f 

Sir William Brown's Medals, 13 w 11/ 

Burney Prize, 19 / !(» /' 

Chancellor's Me.lal 9 m 10 a -13 m 11/ 

Clas-* Lists. l.H / 10//— 3 mb f 

Congregitions, 5 ; 6 6— 29 J 7 «— 26/10 c— 



3 m n r—\2 m 10 </-26 m 5 / 

— Degrees. 15 / 10 « -27 / 10 f/— 29 / 7 e— 12 
J 9 /— 26 / 10 c— 1 m 7 c-12 m 10 rf— 13 m 11 
/•— 26 m 5 /• 

— Elections, I j 6 /— 2/ 10 6—3 m 6y— 8 m 10 
6—10 m 8 d 

of Ft Hows, 22 in 10 «— 23 w 10 « 



Engineering; at, 11 jn S a— 17 m S c 



Examinations, 4/7 d—o ;6 A — 11 ; 10 r — 

16/10 6—26/ 10 c— 8 w 10 (/—I I m 8 a— 17 
m 11/ 

of Women. 4 / 7 rf 



Examiners, 27 i 10 rf— 29 ; 7 «— 1 m 7 c 

Exhibitions, 15 / 10 « 

Hare Prize, 5 tn 9 / 

Higher Local Examinations, 27 j 10 e 

Honorary Fellows. 17 //i II / 

Dr. Hooper's Prizes, 20 m 10 d 

Hulsean Prize, 17 / 10 /' 

Le Bas Prize. 23/10 r 

Lecturers, 3 / 7 <• — 19 /" 10 /"— 3 w 5/ 

Maitland Prize, 13 / 10 c 

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PALJtElt's INDEX TO ** THE TIMK8 '* NEWSPAPER, 



[Jan 1 to 



- MHtricalation for Lent, \ fS c 

MiKvllrt' eoua News, 25 j 8 6— 10/7/— 16 

J 6 c — 8 /« K) r— 1 1 Mj 8 a -22 m 10 e 

New Libratian. 16 / 6 c— 18y 6 /"-19 /'lO/ 

24/8^— 25/ 6 / 

Parliament's Prize, 9 / 10 rf 

Powis Medal, 9 w 10 a 

Scholarshipg, 11/10 c— 23 ; 10 r—2 / 10 6 

—8 tn 10 6—9 m 10 a— 23 m 10 c — 27 w 12 6— 
29 m 7 a 

Sedgwick Prize. 13 / 10 c— 10 / 7y 

Slade Professorship, 3/7 e— 5/7«— 0/ 

6rf 

V ice-Chancellor, New, 12 i 7 / 

Ytirk Prize. 22 m 1(» c 

Cammell & Co., 20 m 10 c— 24 mil/ 
Carapell and Sons. 30 y 11 e 

Campbell- Walker (A.) on the Grimsby Election, 

\f>J d 
Cameron of Lochiel (I).) on the Scotqh Crofteis 

Bill. I2m4 / 
Canada Company, 2/11 b — 18 m \l d 
CANADA : - 

B.tnqiiet to Mr. Blake, at London, Ontario, 

18 ; 5 c 

Bishops in Quebec enjoin Obedience to the 

Law-, 1)3/ 

Bud(;et, 27 w 7 c 

DisiiirbanceM in Lower Canada. 17 / 5 rf 

Dominion Parliament, Assembling of, 12 J 

5/ 

Dun's Report of Failure in, during the Past 

Year. 2 / 5 o 

K«timnte8 and Dofit'it. 10 /*5 c 

Grunt of Seed to ilie Settlers for Losses by 

Kiel's Hibels, 24 / 5/ 

Halt biead and Itirjian Prisoners, 28 /8/ 

Sir John Macdonnld, Movements of, 19 / 7 <f 

r Mi^eellllneous News, 11 ; tf h— 21 j o d- 16 

hi \Sh 
— r and its National Highway, Paper on, Read 
at the Society of Arts. 25 m 3 h 

National Park for, 29 / « h 

New Company to Work the Coalfields near 

Calvary. 1 y «l r 

Opening of the Parliament by Lord Lans- 

downe, 'Hi I 9 / 

Propu3id Great Naval Station at Halifax, 

13 //' 7 n 

QiK'cn's Jubilee of Rule, Arrangements to 

CeU'brafe. *:?5 i ti a 

- Quiet nmoni; the Indians. 16 m 5 r 

Railway Kn^Mneers in. I9;fic — 11/6/ 

and !h • United States bisiiories. 18 /5 e 

Vale of Cen-ure again Ht the Government 

R"ji»ctcd, 2(J m .1 /' 

(3ANALS:- 

Bordeaux to Narhonne. 2d ♦» od 

- ('(unnmnifat ion between Binninjfham and 
Bristol rhitind, M«'i ;i"i,' on. 18/ (3*/ 

l-xlliimiv-^ of lo-m'h 2 m 4 /" 

i\Iaiu-lic^fi.T Ship. 24 y 10 e— 6 m 12 e — 13 in 

w 7 r.-ii» ,„ I I h —2i\ „i \{) a 

Mevtiijy^ of Shareholders, 2 / 5 /" 

Notos oM. 13 / .") <• ~\) in 12 r 

r Xortli >ea and Baltic. 12 / 5 c— 22 / 6 e 

:= — Proj !uts in the Ijnited States, 3 /*6 a 
24 



Canals {continued). 

Panama. 25 j 9 /— 28 / 10 o 

and M. de Le'sseps, 29 / 10 </— 18 f h e^ 

20 fb f/-23 / 5 r— 26 / 6 6—1 m 5 «— 25 mbd 
and Suez, 7 / 5 c— 18 / 6 rf~28 j 5 /--15 



/•6e — 17/6<f— 16iw5c 

— Regent's. 27 m 13 c 

— State of Shares in Companies, set every 
day's paper 

— Suez, H m 7 /— 9 m 9 / 
Letters on. 1 1 } 6 a 

Revised Regulations for the Navigation of, 



10/ 12 6 

Ulster, J)eputation to Government aboat, 

27/ 12 / 

Canterbury (Abp. of) Misf^ion Sermon, 11 / 9 e 

on I'hurch Reform, 5 / 8 rf 

Movements of. 2 / 6 e 

Canterbury Cathedral. Restoration of the French 

Hugeen< t Church in, 20 ; 8 a 
Dioceoan Board of i'.ducation, Meeting, 29 

i 12 h 
Cape Copper Mining Company, 4 m 11 c 
GAPE OF QOOD HOPE :— 
Africander Bund. Meeting. 6 m 5 c 

Bad Times over in the Cape Colony, 7 i 18 

c — 9 m 'A e 

Note on, 9 ; 10 r 

- Basuto Thieves Flog the Sons of Farmera 
for Protecting their Fathers' Stocks, 22 m 6 d 

Bechuanaland. 1 » 6 a- 13 ; 5 6—20 i 4 a— 

4/5 //-I6 / 6 r/— 17 / 5 d-tl fl c— 3 m 6 «f 
— 31 m 6 « 

theCaflfres and Intoxicating Liquors, 19 ; 

8 rf— 23 ; 9 /— 26 / 3 d-T,) j 10 / 

Closing of the Cape Town Cemeteries, Dis- 
turbances about. 12 / 5 / 

Conference with the Pondos, 20 ; 5 c— 2^ 

7 6 c 

Eccleniastieal Differences. 15 / 6 c 

- Flood at Lady smith, 37 Houses Destroyed, 
28 1 5 « 

London Missionary Society's Claim in, 17 

m 5 6 

Malays Cemeteries. 22 / 5 c 

- New Hepublic Established in Ovamboland, 
6 ) 5 f — 7 / 6 r— 28 > 5 e 

.MiHceUaneoua Now..*. 6/5 f— 27 ? 10 e— 29 

i6 r— 12 /'6 /-I7 / 5 r/— 19/*6 r— 9 m 10 rf 

Reception of Gen. Ilavelock. 19 / 5 c 

Repaint the Signboard at St. Lucia Bay, 17 

m 5 6 
a Terrible Story— Murder and Attempted 

Suicide of Four Young Girls. Named Hampton, 

10 tn 5 / 

T.>ur of the Governor, 6 / 6 « 

Town Barracks, Letter on the Condition ol, 

G m t) e 
TnnU of Natal Coal for Railways, 13 j 5 6 

Tribal Finlitirjjr. 15 i 6r— l6/5(/-9m \0 d 

Unification of the Mines. 10 J 5 c— 24 /*5 / 

Yitldof Gold in, 16; od 

Zululand. News from. 16 fb rf— 26/6 6— 

3 /« 5 d—'i'A m 5 r. 

Carbntt(K. 11.) Armament of the Troops, 22 »6« 
Cardifif, Banquet to the Liberal Members at, 8 
/7« 



March 31, lb86.] pauier^s index to *'the times" newspaper. 



Che 



CArdwell (Lord) Candidature for the University 

of Oxford, \b flOc 
Carillon (B.) on the Fiasco at Her Majesty *8 

Theatre. 12 m \0 / 
Carli afford (Lord) Vforements of, 19 / 5 </ 
Carlii^le (BpJ and the Vicar of Plarapton, 3'> ;6 e 
Carlyle (Thos.; Memorial Tablet Kixed to his 

House in Chelsea, 8 / 6 A— 15 f6 f — \Sj4/ 
Carnarvon (Lord) Ke^ignation of, \6J 5 f 

Movements of. 8 / 9 / 

Caroline IsLtiids — Final Settlement, 19/36 

the German Flags Hauled Down from, 6 / 

Sd 
News about. 25 j H b 

Herr Robertson and Prince Bismarck on, 

26 ; 6 c 

Carolines Question. Papal Allocution on, 19 ; 5 6 
(/Brriage Tax, Deputation to Government on, 18 
m 1 1 « 

to Sir Wm. Harcourt on. 26 / 10 e 

Carrington (Lord) Ueception of, at Sydney, 19 

Case (Thos.) on Mr. Gladstone's Irish Policy, 11 

Cflsfl Charity — Ancient Civic Custom, 22/6 cf— 

24/4/ 
Cassell & Co.. 1 1 m 1 1 e 
Castletown (Lord) on the Irish Question, 16/86 

— 8 / 10 e— 25 m 10 / 
OATTLEt— 

Birmingham Shorthorn Show, 4 m 10 / 

imports of Live, 12 ; 4 a— 12 / 6 /— 13 w 

18 6 
Outbreak of Pleuro- Pneumonia in Cheshire, 

-* in Chester. 27 / 4 a 

Paris Kat Stock Show, 1 w 6 a 

— — — Sandritigham shorthorn Herds and South- 
down Flock. 26 m 13 h 

Scotch Sales of Pure Bred in 1885, 13 j 4 c 

Shorthorn Salt-s in 1885, 2 ; 6 c^ 

Show at Norwich, 26 //. 13 6 

— State of the Market, ««?« every cUiy*a papef 
CftUcasus. Labour in the, 5 / 8 a 

Caulfeild (F. W.) on the London Riots. \S f7 e 
Cavendish (Lord K.) at Lancaster. 26; 10 6 

and his Constituents. 12/80 

Centenarian— Miss Joanna Hastings, Aged 103, 

Died at Great Malvern. 16 m 13 6 
a Shepherd, in the Caucasus, Aged 124, 20 

fR 7 c 
-< Mr. Knightley Smith, Aged 103, Died at 

Nottingham. 16 m 13 6 
Central America News, l/5d 

Asia, % f be 

— — News, 11 ;■ 6 e — 1 mb e 

— Chamber of AgrieuUure. Meeting, 3 / 10 a 
—8 m 10 6 

Notes on. 8/8 6-9/* 11/ 



Sugar Factories of Brazil. 19 w 11 / 

•— — Sunday Closing Association, Annual Con- 
ference. ^ f Q c 

Vigilance Committee for the Repression of 

Immorality. 6 / 6 / 

Chad wick (£.) on the Metropolitan and Pro- 
vincial Pohce, 13 m 4 e 

Chambers (G. F.) Three Comets, 13 / 10 / 



Chamber of Shipping. Annual Meeting, 3 / 10 « 

— 13 /• 6 a 

Charaborlain (Rt. Hon. J.) on Allotments and 

Small iIol<Hng*«. 12 ; 12 a 

on i/i8-c.<tablifihment, 16 w 11 « 

, Letters from. 24 m 8 6—26 m 8 c 

Notice about, \ j \ c 

on the Position of Agricultural Labourers, 

9/7r 

and I he Tt'm])erance Loffislation. 9 in 10 /" 

CHANGE OF SURNAMES. &o. :— 

Alexander. Wm., to be W. Lindsay Alex- 
ander, 10 M I 

Benjamin. Joseph, to be Bevan, 22 mi 1 6 

Cox, \V. T., to be Hody, 23/ I r 

Crow. J. S.. to be Cropley, 16 / 1 c 

Dunkelspiel. Maurice, to be Dunk, 1 ;' 1 6 

Dyer. Harriet Louisa, to be Harriet Louisa 

MaitlMod Dyer, 1 m I 6 

Gallaher. J. W. to be John Wilson. 18 / 1 c 

— Garbett, P. L., to be Hughse-Garbett, 12^ 
1 6 

Nicholson, F. B., to be F. B. N. Castell, 22 

m I ' 

Robinson. Geo., to be Northland. \ f\ a 

Rudge, W. W. N., to be Nouaille Rudge, 21 

7 1 6 

Smith. Alfred, to be Faber, 5/16 

Geo. Henry, to be Faber, 6/16 

Walter, to be Faber, 5/16 

Sonnenthal, Sigismund, to be Stanley, 1/ 



1 6 



Window, H. M., to be Morisset, 6 j 1 6 



Ch>innel Tunnel, 1 / 7 c 

Chapel Royal, St. James's, Prettchers, iy5e— lO' 

//I 8 6 

Savoy. Preachers. 4/9e— I w8 6 

Whitehall, Preachers, 2 / 6 e-3 / 7 e— 12f 

m 8 ^ 
Chaplin (— ) on the Ministerial Crisis, 28 / 6 c 

at Hackney, 10 / 7 c 

on Ireland. 16/5 e 

Chapman and Hall. 18 /w II rf 

Charitable Appeals and Donations, see Each 

So'-iettf or Ch'nUi/ 

Bequests in i8S5, 2 / 6 « 

Charities, Rating of Public, 4/66 -8 m 6 6 
Charity Organization Society, Annual Meeting,- 

19/ 8 a 

Annual Report, 19 »« 8 6 

and the Mansion House Fund, Notes on, flf 

m 11 /— 10 m lO/— 13 m 6 6—15 mc— 18 »i 5/ 

19 m 13 c— 2.-I m 1 1 e— 27 tn 4 e 

Rathig of PubKc. 18 / 10 d 

— _ and the Unemployed, S m & o 
Charterhouse, Note on, 2 / 10/ 

Buildingit, ^ j h f 

Chelsea Conservatives and Sir Clras. Dilke, 26^ 

/ 10/ 
Chesson (F. W.) on Damaraland, 18/6/ 
the l^afifres and Intoxicating Liquors, 1& / 

3d 
Chester, Deanery of, 2 / 9 /— 22 / 9./ 

New Ma^ixtrates for, 15 / 11/ 

Uoyal Visit to, 20/ 8 6—23; 8 a— 26 j 3 d 

—26; 12 1—3 t 5 /" 
Chicago Wheal Market, 22 w 6 6 

25^ 



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PALMER 8 INDEX TO " TUB TIMKS NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Clutwynd (Lord) Adam Smith a»d Fair Trade* 
O) IS b 

a Blessed Word and Free Trade, i f6 d 

Childers (lU. Hon. C. K. H.) at EdinburKh, 7 / 7 

a—Si 7t—12 / 7 b—\4i 10 .i— 15> 7/— 16 ; 6 

c— 23 / 12 o— 27 7 5 / — 2S i 7 c 

on the Land (2iU'>tion, 14 ; 13 f/ 

Lettert«) ihe Lilh-raN of Kdinburgh, 25 / 11a 

- - MoveuK'iits of, IMt / Jl / 
( h.li, ihi' ("liatuKr ivofu-es the Budget, 9 



Iho Hudiivt Pa^-ed. 12 ; .'» / 



j'oj 



Mi>(v Hjuk'ous News. 20 ; (5 d 

Chilworih (iunpowdir Mills, 1 m /* 
CHINA: - 

and Bnnnah, (I / 4 /— 1> j 7 e 

Cri'afion of ii llMh rrovince in. 8 ? fi tf 

I)i{>lo.ijacv and Tradi* in, 20 / ^ / 

iJij loinatio Ntw-, '.'G / 9f— 3 m 5 J-— 8 mod 

l)un;:an Wevolt. .'i m 5 d 

- German Ship's in the Navy ()f, W fo c 

(jiTmans in tlie N ivy of, i\ f o c 

- Mis«.fllaneoiis Xew.M, 21) m (> d 

Nep):iati():is with. 2 / 8 /i -2:'>/8 / 

I'oliiieal Lru.iey of TheTsung Taiig, 1 igo 

— — Konnin Monvv in 2S i 5 / 

theSirnation in Tonquin and Annam, 2 / 12u 

— and the Vuiicari, 8 / li e 
Chinese Kruhassy in London, \C> / b d 

Li'y:aiion, o w 10 



'/ 



- Navy, (nrmans in, 9 / 13 a 
rhiskhur.xt Common, 1 ; 8 <? 
Cholera in S[)ain. 8 / G e 

Italy, y /;* 10 f— 18 /// o d 

Ton Ion. 18 /« h d 

Vtnict', l> m 7fi — 12 /« 5 f 

Death of Two Japanobe Sailors, 23 ; 10 a 

Li'Ctnre on, 4 m ."> e 

Christ. Order Conferred. 13 m 13 c 

Chr st's Hospital .^eluMne. lO m H d 

Christian (li.) New Admiralty and War Offices, 

12 m 13 I 

Ciirisiie ( W. H. M.) Lecture on Universal Time, 

22 m 3 e 
Christnius Boxes, Seasonable Advice, 4/46 

("arils, Frosteil. I2 / 4 /' 

Church (^A. 11.) Li^ht ajid Water Colours, 26 wi 

13 r 

Church, Bill al>Mit Lon(h)n Churches, 8 mi 9 /* 

BoardH, New Bill, 22'/ U c 

Ct)ngre8J«, 21 ? 9 / 

Extension in Northampton, 12 m 9 / 

m South Hackney, 6 ; 8 6 

Free, C'onfcrencv , 19 / 6 a 

Note on How Not to do it. 18 /"6 6 

Livings, Sale of, 12 / 10 d— 2.') / 10 a 

Reform, 5 ; 4 /— 7 / 5 /*— 15 ; 6 /— 20; 5 / 

—26? 3c-29;66— .5/8 d 

Conference on. 25 / 6 a 

Vice Versa. 7 / 10 ^/-9 / 10/ 

lU>8toration, Donations for. 23 ; 4 i 

School ( ompjiny. Annual Meeting, 2 m 4 n 

Voluntary Contribution of the ( hurch for 

Tweoty-Kivc Years. l.^t;«M884, 1 ./ G i/ 

I'.xpenditure for Kxlensicm in 18^5, 1 j^d 

of Wales. 7 n» 4 r/— 12 m 4 a 

of Holland. Uevenue of, 2(» m 11 / 

Young Men's Society, 3j m 5 d 

26 



Churchill (Lord Randolph) Letter to Rev. Dr. 
Kane on his Reception at Belfast. ^2 mid f 

Leaves for Ulster, 22 / 6 «• 

in Manchester, 1 m 7 c— 4 m B a 

Notices about, 4/9 /—I I / 9y— 12 f6b 

and Mr. ()*Shea, 17./ 10 /* 

at Paddington. \^ m 10 n 

Correction of his Speech at. }6 f\\ d 



and Mr. W. H. Smith, 30 m \0J 

in Ulster. 23 / 10 6 

Circassian Tribes, 6 ; 10 « 

City Carlton Club, House Dinner, 18 m lOe 

Churches, lie.storation of, 28 ; 7 rf 

Constitutional Club. House Dinner, 4/9/ 

Electors and Home Rule. 30 m 9 f 

Library at the French Protestant Church, 

St. Martin Vie- Ci rand. 6 ; 6 6 

OtTices C(»mpany, 24 mil/ 

Union of City Benefices. 9 m 10 d 

and Guilds of Lon Ion institute, 23 j 4 d 

of Loniion Brewery Company, 4/11 c 

.Marine Insurance Corporation, 18 i 11 b 

Total Abstainers' Union, 10 / 8 c 

Tuiss Socii'ty. Annual Dinner, 26 / 9 /" 

- -— and Son h.vark Subway Company, 11 / 

11 h~\H f II f, 

Civic Atni'ni:it'S, 30 ; 8 6 
CIVIL ACTIONS:— 

fe Abv-nlare and Plymouth Company — 

White and Shaxson's Caso. 30 /3 c 

Abiaih V. North Eastern Railway, 13 m 5 6 

— U; w 3 c — 24 m 4 e 

Ackers v. Duncan. 31 w 4 6 

Aci» n Local Board v. Lewsey, 9 m 3 c 

Adkiiirt r. GrtHi Western Railway, d m S d 

;> the Adii.ir J Mo-jrsofn^ 19 i 3 c 

— A«j-r V. Colli ni; ridge, 4 / 3 c 
- - Airey v. Bower. 4 / 3 « 

Albo CuFJon Light Company t». Huasell, 20 

w 5 / 

Alexandra PaLtce Financial Association, 13 

/ 3« 

re Anglo- African Steamship Company/ 26 

w* 3 / 

Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Compnay v. 

Met calf, 15 > 3 </ 

re Anstis 1 / 3 f— 16-/ 3 a— 17 / 3 e 

Apollinaris (>ompany v. Wilson, 26/3 a 

re the Ardau- h'l, 19 m S a 

- re Army and Navy Hotel Company, 18^46 
Ashby I'. Day, 27/3 t: 

Attorney -General v. Birmingham Borough 

Councd. 13/46 

t'. Bp. of Llandafif. 1 m 4 c 

V. Metropolitan Railway, ?5 j 3 /* 

A .(!tion Mart C'ompany i\ City ot London 

Union Assessment Committee, 13./ \2 d 

— rb A yle.iford's vSettlement, 22 /4 a 

- re Bacon, 1 ; 3 r/ 

Bahin v. Hughes, I /S c 

Baird u. South London Tramway Company, 

15 r/t 4 a 
Bank of New South Wales v. Campbell, 6 

/ 3 e 

re Barber. 6 wt 4 « 

ex fnirte Stanford. 12 »i 3 ^ 

Baring v. Ashburton, 16y 3 d 



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Civ 



Givil AcUohb {rontmutdj. 

Barker v, Birkett, U J 1 d 

u. 8cott, 4 / 7 e 



Barlow and another v. St. Mary Albotts, 

Kensington, Vestry, 12/8 a— 13 / 3 e— 27 m 

Barnes v. Johnson . 2/ 3 rf 

re Barrow-in-Furness, Election. 25 / 3c 

— Barton r. Ta>h)r, 22 / 3 e— » m 3 c 
Bartram v. Aldous. 14 ; 3./ 

Batey & Co. and others v, Morgan, 1 1 / 3 e 

Batten i'. Wedgwood Coal and Iron Com- 
pany. 1 4 ; 3 G 

beale r. Macgregor, 1 1 /" 8 a 

re Bedford i'nrk Company, 1/3 e— 8/3/ 

re Bell. 2 m 3 h 

Beningfield v. Baxter, 12 w 3 6 

re Best, b f '6 f 

re Bey f us and others. 29/3 / 

Bickford v. Cameron. 27/5 b — 3 m 3 e 

Billing V. Brogden. 21 f h h 

Birkbeck and others v. BuUnrd, 29 / 4 o 

Bitton p. Abecasis, 18 w 3 /> 

re Blackburn Benefit Buil ding Society — 

Holland's (^ase, 15; 3^ 

— Blake r. Croydon Kural Sanitary Authority, 
16/3 6 

I Blindell, Dale & Co. v. Head, 17/ 7 /* 

re Bolton, 9 / 3 «• 

Bond V. VValford. 30 w 4 r 

Bongiovanni. v. Soeiete Generate, 19 / 3 e 

re Booker. 2/3 6 

^— Booth V, St. Leonard Parish, Shoreditch, 

8/4 a 
— - re Bower. 4 / 3 n 

— re Brandreth. 1 m 4 a 

— re Bratsberg Copper Company, \%j\h 
re British Electric Li^jht Company, l/S d 

— 16/3 b 

Mekarski Improved Air Engine Company, 

22/4 6 

— — Briton Life Assoniation v. Roberts, \2 fS a 

- — re Briton Medical and General Life Associa- 
tion, 25 ; 3 e— 19 / 3 «>— 11 mSa 

re Brogden. 27 /'S b 

Brooke v. Bushe, 1 ; 6 a 



re Brookfield Kubber Company. 29 m 3 / 

— Broughton v. Thompson, ii m3 d 

Brown v, Bolton, 9 / 3 < 

- V. Great Western Railway, \BmSo 

— ^ Bryce v. Rusden, 5 7/13 6—6^5 e~8 w 4 a 
—9 »i3e--10 m 4 a^ll m 3d— 12m 3 (/— 13 
m 5 e— 20 m 3 /'— 24 m ^ d 

.^— re Bucktrout & Co., 18 M c 

— Burbidge v. (!ooper, 16 ; 12 d 

Burnhnm v. Irvin and Fyfe, 20 f4 e 

■ re Busfield, A m '6 a 

Buxton V, Blakiston, 5 f S c 

Bygrave v. Metropolitan Boird of Works, 

18 m 3 a 

Byrne v. M*Evoy, 21/66 

l^amuron v. Cables Tramways Corporation, 

Hi ah 

Camoys v, Burslem Corporation, 3 fZa 

Camp V, Coe, \ / '6 d 

Canning v. Farquhar, 8 m 3 e 

— ^ Capron v, Sewell, 29^ 4 a 



Civil Actions {continued). 

re ('artago, 1 i / 3 c 

Charter v. Stadden, 2 m 3 ft 

Castle Mail Packets Company v. Payne & 



Co., 2/ 3</ 

— Cave ». Twrre. 25 / 8 r— 13 w 6 c 

— Cavendish v. Dacre, 15 ; 8 d — 27 ; 8 e 

— Central Bank of London v. Rose & Co., 



81 



m 4 c 

— re Chelsea Election. 4 m 3 a 

— re I'heshani, 15 / 3 </— 27 ;3e 

— Cheshire Banking Company, 24 m 4 rf 

— re C hesterfit'ld and District Tramways, 16 
f'A f/— 29/1/ 4 c 

— ( heswick r. Paget, 25 .? 12 6 

— Chippendale v. Ivory, 30 iri 4 (f 

— Chitibolni n, Holland, 8 m 4 6 

— re (Christiansen's Trade Mark, 12 /*3 b 

— Chubb & C^o. t'. (^lubb, 23 ; 4 A 

— re Church's Patents, 3 / 3 a — 4 /"S a— 6 / 
3 a 

— Citizens' Band of Louisiana v. Wendelin, 16 
>4r 

— City of Adelaide Corporation u. White, 6 m 
3 a 

— re Clapham, 18 »i 3 a 

— Clarke and Journet v. Paget, 8 / 4 a 

— the Cliiudit and the Polutu, 15; 3 d 

— Clingan v, Watkins, 8 / 9 / 

— Coaks and others v. Bos well and others, 28 
/36 

— Coatsworth v. Johnson, 23/ 3 6 

— Colget i\ Norris, 15 «i 3 / — 31 m 4 a 

— Collins V. (^ollins, 18 w* 3 A 

— Commercial Bank of Scotland v. Head and 
others, 2 m 3 e 

— re Commercial Bank of South Australia, 29 
m 4 c 

Conionno v. Ernsthausen and another, 5 / 



3/ 



Constable v. Constable, 27 m 5d 

— re Cookson, Wainewright and Pennington, 
2m 36 

— Coombs V. Barber and Marsden, 5jSd 
Corio V. Salmon. 18 / 7 / 



- Cory and Son w. St. Mary Lambeth, Assess- 
ment C-ommittee, 13/ 12 </ 

Cowan and Sons v. General Steam Naviga- 
tion Company, 19 //i 3 c 

re (Vespigny, 8 / 3 e 

Critchley v. Brown, 16 ; 3 /* 

Crofton 17. Crofton, 19 i 3/ 

re Crooke's Mining and Smelting Company 

— Gil man s Case. 1 / 3 c 
— - Crosse v. Bankes and others, 6/80 

Crosswell v, Corneby. 11/3 a— 18 / 3 c 

re Crystal Porcelain Pottery Company, 22 

mid 

Dariey Main Colliery Company v. Mitchell, 



9/ 3o 

— ^ Dash r. Faulkner, 25 / 3 /" 

— Davenport v. Char?ley, 8 / 3 e 

— Davies v. Jones, 12 ; 3 </ 
Davis and Sons v. Shepstone, 20/4 c — 6 wi 



4e 



re Davis Charities, 13/46 
Davy v, Thompson, 16 w 4 a 



27 



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[JiLa. 1 to 



Civil Actions (coniinved). 

De Carteret v. Baudains and others, 13 vt 5 

6—17 wi3t/— 18 m'Sa 

De Grey v. Boosej, \2 mS f 

^-^ De Jnger v. De Jaj?er, "26 / 3 c 

De Mattos & Co. v. Great Eastern Steam- 
ship Company. 1 1 m 8 a 

Dennis v. Silvesier. 12 / 12 r 

^— De Soussa l\ British Museum Trustees, 20 

m 6 / — 2'i m 3 c 
» De Worms v. Hughes, 11 mS b 

Derby Photographic Dry Plate Company v^ 

Pollard, Graham & (^o., 'do ; 3 e 

re Devonport Election, 12/3<i-19/3r 

' the D^wa Gungauhdr v. United Kingdom 

Marine Mutual Insurance Association. 2 in 3 h 

Dewsbury and Heckmondwike Waterworks 

Board v. Penistone Union Assessment Com- 
mittee, h mS a 

Dickson u. Great Northern Railway, 20 m 

6/ 
• rr Dillet. 8 m 3 cl- 22 w 4 c 

Dixon and others v. Dixon and others, 1 1 

m 4 a 

Dredge v. Phippard and another, 17 / 7 f 

- - Dreyfus. Bros. & Co. v. Peruvian Guano 
Company, 16 ; 4 a— 13 / 3 /— 25 »i 3 < 

'^— Driffield snd East Hiding Pure Linseed 
Cake Company v. Waterloo Mills Cake and 
Warehousing Company, 1 1 / 3 

"— Dudding and others v. Gauss and others^ 30 
m i e 

Dudman r. North London Railway. 26 / 8 c 

' re Duiwich Division of Camberwell Elec- 
tion, 26 ; 3 / 

Dyke w. Stephens. 27 ; 3/ 

Dynevor v. Ti-nnant, 19 m 3 c 

'—— East London Waterworks v. St. Leonard's, 
Shoreditch, Assessment Committee, 27 / 4 r 

- — f- Easton i;. London Joint Stock Bank, 3/3 
d^i t 3r— 5/3 rf-9/3e— 10/3 c—liy3ci 

ft the Ebor, 20 7 3 fc 

EccIhs. v. Wirral Union, 16 m 3 /" 

'^— Edinburgh Lord Provost and others o. 

filackie and others, 1 9 / 3 a 
— — rt the Egy^itiun Atonnrck, 20 / 8 6 

Elliott V. Mead, 21 ; 3 d 

- Ellis V, Johnson. 5/36 

Emmott V, Chilling worth, 30 / 3 /" 

- re Emperor Life Assurance fcsociety, 29 m 
8f 

Esdaile v. Esdaile, 9mSd 

— ^ 17. Payne, 22 /4 a 

Everittand another v. Williams, 15 m 8 « 

Ewing. ». twing see Ohr Ewino 

Exchange Bank of Canada u. Queen, 19 / 



8 



a 



— Fair u. Young, 30 7* 8 e 

— Farmer and another v. Hickman and Met- 
calf. 14 ; 7 r 

— Felgate v. Innocent, 2 / 7 « 

— Ferguson v. Price, 24 m i d 

— re Ferrybridge Stove, Grate and General 
Foundry C Company. 1 w 4 c 

— l^irbank v, Humphreys and others, 6^4 a — 
8/8 /— 10 A3 c—l 1 / 3 «— J3 / 4 6—15 / 3 6 

— Folkard v. Lockwood, 20 m 5 / 

2» 



Civil Actions (*'on(inued), 

Fleet r. Metropolitan Asylums District 

Board, 16 /3r— 17 / 3 6—19 f 3 6—3 /« 3 / 
Fleming and another v. liislop and others^ 

2 m 3 a 

Ford and ^on v. Metropolitan and Metro- 



politan District Railways. 2 / 3 a 

Fox V. Harnett. 1 3 ; 3 ft 

V. liailway Passengers' Assurance Com- 
pany. If m 3 f 

— Fraser v. Miles. 22 t IJ 

Freeman w. Farrow, 26 w 4 a 

— French and others i>. London, Tilbury and 
Southend Kail way, 27 / 5 6 

— re a Frenchman, 16 ; 3 « 

— Gaslight and Coke Company v. Hardy, 3/ 
8s 

— General Stock Exchange Company 1?. Simp' 
son. II / 3 e 

— Gibbs V. Treilwell. 12 ; 3 6 
and Sons v. Lamport and Holt, 4 / 8 tf 

Ginnett v, Whittingham. 14 ? 3 r— 6 w 7 / 



— re Giona Sulphur (Company. 29 m 8 /* 

— Gise^man v. North London Tramways Com- 
pany. 27 III 5 « 

— rt Glanville. 6/86 
Glasgow Lord Provost v. Hillhead Commi8<* 



sioners and another. 20 mbd 

— Goldstrom v. Tallerman. 1 2 m 8 c 

— Gooch V, London Banking Association, 21 
j3a— 23t4a— 11 /3c 

Goodwin v, Lloyd, 22 m 4 c^ 



Goosey v, Jardine, 16 »i 4 ti— 20 m 8/ — 23 

m 3/' 

'- Notes on, 24 w 8 a- 27 m 6 a 

Gostling& Co. and another v, Gostling, \B 

m 6 r 

Graham v. West, 24 ; 6 h 

re Grahamstown and Port Alfred Railway^ 

18;4c 
Grand Trunk Railway of Canada v. Peart, 

4 »i 3 a 

Grange v. Sturdy. 26 j SJ 

Grant v. Yates, 3 w 3 e 

ex parte Graves. 6 m 5 c 

re Great Western Forest of Dean Collieriet 

Company, 6 / 3 c 
Gridley v. Conservators of the River 

Tliames. 30 w 4 / 

Grimwade v. Kennedy, 27 i 3 f 

Grosvenor Bank v, Cunnin gham. 8 m 4 a 

Hall ». Ewin, 20 m 6 /* 

— '^ — & Co. V. Burke & Co,, 20 w 6 a 
— — Hamer v. Cambrian Railway. 15 m 8 s 

Hamlyn v. Cochrane and others,- 25 m 3 <l 

re Uammorsley. 29 mSf 

Hardwicke 0. Jaquest and another, 2G f\Od 

Countess of Harrington v, St. George's 

Union Assessment Committee, 17/12 s 

Harris v, Brisco and another, 13^ 10 <i 

V. Spottiswoode, 6 w 4 / 

Harrison, w. Osborne, 29 i ]0d 

re Harrow Division of Middlesex Electioa^ 

5/8«i 

re the Hartlepools, IBjia 

re Hartley, 21 j 8 6 

re Hasleakie,26;3y 



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Giv 



Civil Acttona (continued), 

— — Hawkins v. AttwooH. 8 m 8 / 

Hawksuorth v. Chaffey, 18 j 8 c 

Haworth v. Taylor. 6 / 7 / 

— — Hawtrey u. BaroArd, 31 wi 4 6 

re tienchel, 27 / 6 6 

re Henderson iind another, 9 / 8 «— 18 / 4 

6— 15/3 & 

Hewett & Co. p. Blumer & Co., 6 in 6 a 

Hill a. Even. 27 »w 5 o 

and others v. Cook and others, 13 m 5 6 

Hirsch v. Hirsch & Co.. 12 / 3 ft 

w— Hohenzollem Actien OesoUschaft fur I..0C0- 
motivbahii v. City of London Contract Cor- 
poratic»n, 6/8 e— HI 3 tn f 

— — Hullington r. Mile Knil Old Town Assess- 
ment Committee. 12 / 4 n 

Homer r. Cadman, 13 >« 6 c 

Hope V. Evered. 19 /*10/ 

■ V. Hume-Webster and snother, 16 m 8 y 

re Hopper*s Trusts. 1 iw 4 tf 

% Hordern and another v. Faulkner and 

others. 3 / 3 A- 9 / 8 6—10 / 8 a 

% Hotc'hin r. Sawkins, 20 m 6/— 26 m 4 A 

Hoult p. Anderson & Co., 21/3 o— 26> 8 d 

— — Howard v. Refuge Insurance Society, 13 m 
6 f— 27 mhd 

Hudson V, Wyllie and Gordon, 1 m 4 / 

and another p. Somes another. 22 m 4 e 

« re Hudson's Trade Marks, 6 m 4 /— 29 m 8 e 

Hughes V. Gibson, d f 7 a 

Hughes V, Merrittand others, 4 m 8 6—5 m 

3 c — H w 6 a 

Notes on, 8 w 6 /— 9 m 12 A— 10 m 10/ 

V. ^haw. 20 7 8 c 

V. Twisden. 22 m 4 </— 23 m 3 « 



Hutchinson v. George's Union Assessment 

Committee. 17 / 12 e 
Hutchison v. Colorado United Mining 

Compsny and another. 16 / 3 ^ — 26 / 4 o 
— - Huth & Co. V. Lamport and Holt. 4 / 3 a 
Huxley v. West Loudon Extension Railway, 

lijSd 
Ibberson and others i*. Neck, 19 m 8 a 

— Ihlee i». Henshaw, 16 ; 4 A 

— re International Electric Light Company, 16 
jSb 

Ismail Khan v, Fidayat-ul-Nissa and others, 

./3 a 

re I Tory, SO m A d 

Jackson r. Eastbourne Local Board, S mSe 

Jacobs V. Harbach. 16 7/1 4 a 

Jagadamba Chowdhrani and another 



11 



V. 



Dakhina Mohun Roy Chowdhry and others. 

20 M 5 (/— 27 w 6 6 

— Jewson 1;. Gatti and another, 6 m 5 A— 24 m 



— Johnson v. Aherdnre Merthyr Steam Coal 
Colliery Company, 25 ;3 e 

( roydon C^orponition. 3 m 4 A 



— re Jonas and others, 12 ; 3 c 

— Judoo Lall Mullick v. Gopaul Chunder 
Mooker]\*e and others. 19 m 3 a — 31 m 3/ 

— Kahenbach and others v, Shaw and others, 
18 m 3^ 

— Keams v. Smith, 20 / 4 c 

— Kemp 17. Tcnnant, 9/3 e 



I 



Civil Actions (continued \ 

Kennedy v. Kennedy. 6 /*5 e 

Ketch t'. Farmiloe and Sons, 20 ; 8 c 

Kidd & Co. V. St. Mary, Lambeth, Assess* 

ment Committee, 16/10 e 

Kidwelly Mayor v. RicharJson, 4i/S d 

Kiff i;. Roberts, 24 m A d 

King V. Prince de Beam. 18 ; 4 ^ 

Kirk and Randall t;. East and West India 

Dock Company. 19 j 4 a—o tn 3 A — 18 m 8 a— 
19 wi 3 a -20 m 5 rf— 22 m 4 r— 23 m 8 d 

re Kirk and others, \ m A d 

Kirk Patrick and others v. South Australian 

Insurance Company, 26/8 c 

Korting Brothers v. Deutz, Gas Engine 



Works, I0/6A 

— Kuar Balwant Singh v. Kuar Doulut Singh, 
18^' 3f/ 

— re the Iftfdtf Wodehnute, 21 ; 3 a 

— re Lancashire Justices. 19 > 4 a — 26 }' A a 

— Lancaster Justices v. Newton Commiso 
sioners. 23 m 8 </ 

— Langworthy v. Langworthy, 4 m 8 a 

— Larrett 1;. Bank of England Governors. 6 
m 6 a 

— Lay ton ». D'Eyncourt, 25 ; 12 6 

— Leader v, Hayes. 24 / 8 e 

— Leath & Co. v. Moore, 9 m 8 c 

— Lee V. Brannam, 2/36 

— re Lennox, 27 «/ 5 c 

— Lewis 17. Lewis. 26 / 4 a 

— Lincolnshire Finance Company t;. Farrant, 
19 ;• 3 / 

— Linton v. Piccadilly Art Gallery Company, 
27/5 r— 1 w4/ 

— re Lion Life Insurance Company, 29 ; 8 </ 

— re Llangennech Coal Company, 18 1 4 c 

— Lloyd r. Hughes and Wife. 2 m 3 « 
London, Chatham and Dover Railway v. 



South Eastern Railway, 20> 3 r— 21 j 3 6—3 
JS d 

Corporation v. City of London Assess* 



ment Committee. 22y 6 c 

Hospital Governors v. Barker and others. 



10 w 4c 

and Blaokwall Railway v. Cross. 13 j" 3 6 

and County Banking (Company and others 



V. London and River Plate Bank, 27 w 1 « 
and Provincial Temperance Halls Cora^ 



pnny r. St. Saviour's Union Assessment Com- 
mittee, 12 / 4 6 

— re Ijondon and County Investment Corpora* 
tion, 25 7 3 « 

— Loughborough District Highway Board v. 
Curaon. \2i3e-\AiS f 

— Lowrey v. Commercial Bank of Scotland, 4 
mS c 

— Lucas V. St. George's Union Assessment 
Committee, 17/ 12 a 

Lucas, Bros. v. St. Mary, Lambeth, Assess* 



ment (\>inmittee. 16 / 10 c 

— re Lydney and Wigpool Iron Ore Company, 

— - Lynch v. City of London Commissioners o| 
Sewers, \H fSr 

— re Lyndon's Application, 26 / 3 « 

— Macleod v. Lane, ISj A 6—16 / » ^^^ 



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PALMKR's index to " THE TIMES " NEW8PAPKR. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Civil Actions (ronthmefT). 

Ma<i(l(ick V. Wallasev Local Board, w 3 a? 

Maharajiih Mirza Ananda v. Pidaparti 

Sastri and others. 8 / 3 <- 

Malniesbury and others v. London and 

South Western Railway. 9/3 e^'29 f 1 f 

- — iMammatt r. Hawtry and Trent Railway and 
Dock Company. 5 / 3 e 

• — Manche^te^ Guardians v. Ormskirk Union, 
27 m 5 c 

< Mann v. Patent Cable Tramways Corpora- 
tion, 27 /« 5 c —29 m \ c 

- vf Mansel— ^-x parH Rubinstein, 27 f n b 

' Mappin i'. Dixon- Hartland and another, 19 

Margcrison w. Oliarnley and Blackledge, 4 

/7e 



re Maine and General Life Assurance Com- 
pany. 22 / 4 A 

— Marlborough v. Marjoribanks, 8/3 c— 16 
J^a 

— re Marlborough's Settlement Trusts, 5y 3 a 
— 8/3f— 16 f'Sa 

— Marshall & Co. v. Mussett, 2(5 /' 3 e 

— Maskell i'. Oceanic Steam Yachting Com- 
pany. 24 m 4 d 

— Martin v. Treacher, 2S j 3 a 

— Mason i;. Mason, 27 ; 3 r 

— re Masonic and General Life Assurance 
Company, \ ; '6 U 

— Mayhow v. Bromilow, Fo8ter& Co., 10 m 3/ 

— M -Anile v. Cave. 12 / 3 h 

— M'Dougall V. Knight. 27 / 6 « 

— M'Lachlan and another v. Grant, A f H d 

— Merchant Hanking ('lomp.iny of London u. 
London and llanseatic Bank, 16; 4 6 

— Metropolitan District Railway v. Metro- 
politan Riailway, 2d j S e 

— re Metropolitan Guarantee and Accident 
Insurance C'ouipany, 18 j 4 c 

— Metropolitan Railway v. Metropolitan Dis- 
trict Railway. 16/ 3 r— 26 f'3 d 

— Midland Railway v. St. Mary Abbotts, 
Kensin.i^ton, Assessment Commit lee, 16 / 10 c 

Islington, A8^casment Committee, 22/6 



c— 1 w 6 / 

V. Walton, 6 m 5 d 

V. West Ham LochI Roard, 25 m 3 c 



— Milne u. Gilmour and others, 6 / 3 ? 

— Mirehouse c. Easton, 21 > 3 c— 23 / 4 c— 25 
j 3/ 

— Monaghan v. Taylor, 18 ; 4 c 

— Montagu i'. Sandwich, lOwi 3 f 

— Moore I'. Ashmead-Uartlett, 26 f^d 

V. Deakin. 16/46 

V. Explosives Company and others, 17/ 



3c— 18 / 3d 

V. Palmer, 17/ 3 r— 18 ^3 e/ 

V. Roche, 8 / 3 c 



— Moraude i*. Partridge, 18 ; }0 d 

— Morgan u. Last, '2.7 f 3 d 
t'. ruck. 19 m 3e 

■ and others r. Chetwynd and others, \ fZ 

c— 16 /3a 

— Morris v. Sheil, 25 ; 12 6 

— MuHgruvG and Sons r. Hick, Hargreavcs & 
Co., 28 ; 3 c— 30 /36 — l/3fi-4/a(i 

30 



Civil Actions (continue j). 

Moiiflet V. Wasburn, 2/3c— 5/'3/ 

Myers v. Klliott, 20 / 3 c— 1 1/36' 

t'. Large, 3 / 3 « 

Nan Karay hhaw and others v. Ko Htaw 

Ah and another, 12 /3 a- 13/3 e— 15 / 3 a 
— 17/3a 

re Neath Harbour Smelting and Rolling 

Works Company. 16/3 c— 17 /3a 

Neav V. liatherley, 6 w 3 o 

Neilson v. Mossend Iron Company, 5 m 3 a 

re the New tittle, 16/40 

Newcastle Steamship Indemnity Associa- 
tion V. Nicholson and another, 11 m 3 n 

Nieholl V. Wheeler and Boddingtoa, 5 ni 3a 

Nicholls V. Partidge, 18 ; \^ d 

Nicol I'. Nicol. 2 / 3 rt 

Nicolas I', lioman Municipality, 10 m 4 c 

Noah V. Owen, 26 / 3 c 

re Norman. 29 ; 3 d 

North Central Wairon Company v. Man- 
chester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire liailway, 
12 m 3 b 

London Railway v. Hackney Union Asness- 

ment Committee. I6/I()r 

V. St. Leonard's Shoreditch, Assessment 



Committee, 16 / 10 c 

Nott t'. Elhston, 20 ; 3 d 

re Nottingham .Municipal Election, 16 mZ f 

Nottini4ham Patent Brick Company i;. 

Butler, 6 /« 4 « 

Ocean Marine Steamship Navigation Com- 
pany V. Ocean Marine Insurance Company, 18 
m 3 d 

Official Receiver v. Tailhy. 16 m 4 / 



re Old t'aergwrle Forge Company, 22 m \d 

Oliver o, British Telephone Company, 19 

J 8a 

re Oliver & Co.. 22 m 4 d 

Olrecht v. Barron. 27 ; 3 / 

Orr Ewing v, Orr Ewing, 21 i 3 6— 27> 3 e 

Otto V. Steel. 1 8 / 3 c 

V. SlL-rne. 2 / 3 r 

Paget llounsell. II /« 3 6 

Parish t'. Poole, 1/36 

Parry v. Parry. 27 f 5 h 

re I'ateut (iuni and Rubber Company, 8 / 

3/ 



Patrick c VAUhy, h (7 f 

IVase V. Pjiiiinson anil another, 9 /*3 d 

Peat and another v. Fowler. 2 m 3 cf 

Penfold V. (Jrosvt*iior Bank and others, 9 m 

4 a -10 in \i'—\\ ui 3 d 

Pentney v. (ireat Eastern Railway, 2/ 3 d 

re People's Cafe Company, 18 ; 4 b 

Picken v, bander, 4 / 3 a 

Pollityer and others v. the OiS'-apedia, 12 

7H 3 (i 

re Portishead Dock Undertaking, 13 ;3rf 

Pratt V. Nene Ouifall Commissioners, 19 m 

3 a 

- re Price, 24 »i 4 d 

Primrose Press Agency Company ». 

Knowles and others, 12 m 3 t* 
Piocter V. Smiles, 26 m 4 a 

Push V.Jones, 22 y 3/ 

re Punch, 23/3 6 



March 31, 1886.J palmkr's indkx to " Tii£ times *' nkwspaprr. 



CiY 



CiTii Actions (routinueri). 

Pynep. Wall 8 / 10€ 

Queen r. Anilover Justict^s. 22 m 4 e 

r. Chesliirf Justices, 2 / 3 c 

p. rroninire. 21) w 3 c 

V. Flowers, I •« 4 r 

V. Koi««;irt, 20 m « / 

F. GeiuTHl Assessment Sessions, 17 »i 3d 

17. (iorriuKe. 2i / 9 / 

D. Hnniian and otiierii, 13 / 8 A 

V. r^wes (Corporation, 9 mi 3 e 

V. Parke and another. 15 / 7 A 

r. PeltTS. I /« 4 r— 2 »i 3 / 

V. Pireliill Nortli Licensing Justices, 9 m 



S e 



m 



3i/ 



V. Rudge and others, W i ?»h 

V. Yurk'hhire County' Court Kegistrar, 17 



re Queenborough Tem^nt ronipany, 2.5 ;3« 

Hae S:irHbjit Snigh t*. Clt-tpnian, 12 / 3 a 

re Hamsgate Municipal Liection, 19 / 4 a 

rt the Hihk, 21 / 3 a 

re CouiitesH. de Rechberg. 12/3 c 

re Reed. Bowen &. Co.— ex ^rtf Reed and 

Boweti, 29 iH 3 e 

Keid 17. Reid, 23 > 4 a 

Baron de Reuter w. iSt. George's Union 

Amessment (^oniniittee. 17 / 12 ^ 

re Rvvo!vingHalI Filter Company, \ f'6 d 

Iihodt'6 v. Dawson 20 / 3 / 

Kice V. I toward an<l atioiher. 27 w 5 d 

RimuKl 0. East London Waterworks Com- 
pany. 28 / 7 /' 

re Roberts. 24 m A d 

Roberts v. Fionfe, 14 / 3 « 

i;. Treherne, J2 /m 3 r — 13 w 5 c~]6 »n 3 / 



Robin^on »ind others v. Price and others, 13 

y3c/— 14 ; 3/" 

re Rtubuck. 22 / 4 a 

Hostile V. Buchanan, 2 ui 3 t 

Royal Agricultural Hall (^ompany v. St. 

Marj^ jslingion, Asfescment C/Ommittee, 13 
/ 12 </ 

re Rudge Baker and Marten. 12 / 3 c 

re Rui>tk.'ll. Son and f'c*)!!, 3n m 4 c 

Rulter I", ritiphun. 18 /« 3 u 

re Salop Klfctio'n. 16 ; 3 <• 

Salter v. E. gar, i\ »u 4 / 

Santa Clara Owners v. London and North 

Western Railway, 11/3 n 

Marqui»e de ^anlu^ce v. St. liiMjrgeV L'ni<»n 

Assessment C^omniinee. 17 / 12 r 

re St. Saviour's Rectory 'Irustees. It; j 4 n 

Schroder u. Myers & Co., 2t> / 3 /-3() / a 'i 

Sciaretti and another v. Md.icr. 21 ; 3 c 

Sconce V. Hlucknian and others, \7 w !i d 

Scott r. PaiHJ, 10 / 3 /> 

Seaih & i'o. c. iMoore. 2 / 3 a- "> / 3a 

SeifF V. Acton Loral Baard. 29 / 3 e 

Sevein and Wye and Severn Biidge Rnd- 

way V. Great Western Railway, 2rt - 3 r— 2D / 4 
6— 30; 4 a — I / 3e-2 /3 / — 25/3y 

Sharp V. I)aw*on, 6 / 3 a 

re >hearnian, 14 / 3 <• 

Sheppard v. Carter, 6 / 4 A 

Siemens, Bros. & (^o. v, Woolwich Unioa 

Aasesainent Louiuiittee, 12 / 4 6 



Civil ActionB (continued), 

shr. dt-r v. Causton and Sons, 8y 6 s 

Silver wood r. Manchester Carriage and 

Tramways Company '6f'lf 

If Sim uons and «j hers, 26 m 3 d — 27 m ^ h 

Slack r. Parker. 3/3 rf 

re v*^niiih. 12 / 3 // 

Smith I'. Kveritt. 12 > 3 A 

r. Reed and others, fi m 5 a— 8 m 4 c—*2A: 

m \ c 

Snibston Colliery Company u. Worswick, 

10 / 3 '/— 1« / 3 V 

Snook '•. Grand Junction Waterworks Com- 
pany, 9 / 3 / 

Solicitor to the Treasury v. White, 3 r 3 f 

South London Tramways Company t\ St. 

Saviour's Union Assessment Committee, 17 / 
I2e 

re South Shropshire Election 19 /*3 </ 

r« South Western Division of Essex Elec- 
tion. 9 m 3d 

re S|ji;ncer*8 Trade Mark. 19/36 

Spit lit* r. Great Western Railway, 19 m 3 c 

re siaflford Election, 12 / 3 c 

Stanford p. Barnes and another, 6 /*3 « 

Stanhope &. Stanhope and Adye. 26 m 3 t 

Steamship Carlisle Company v, Stoddart, 

Bros. 18 ; I0« 

Stedman p. Dunster, 21 ; 3 6 

re Stepney Election. 23/3 c— 24 fZ f^25 

/"S d—'Mi / 3 rf-27 / 8 /?— 1 m 4 d-2 m 3 t^ 
w .*/ ^1—8 m 3 f- 30 m 4 </— 31 wi 4 cf 

re Stevens, 16 / \ f> 

Stevens i». Great NoTtheon Railway. 19 /3b 

Stevenson t\ Kinnear, Moodie & Co., 31 m 

Steward v. North Metropolitan Tram^^ay 

Company. 28 ; 3 a 

re Stratford-on-Avon Burgess, 20 #n 5 / 

Strike v. Collins. 1 7 /« 3 </ 

Symonds c. Ciiy Bank and others. 27 j 3 e 

—28; 3 6— 29 / 3 e-3n ;8 e— 1 / 8 e— 2y 3 6 
— 4/"3c— 10/ 3r— 11 / 8d 

Sydenham v. Wheeler, 18 / 7 / 

— Sydney and another t\ Dennett and another, 
21 ; 3 d 

re Tacqiiah Gold Mining Company, 15 w 3 c 

Tal-y-Ll>n Railwav v, Cambrian Railway. 

3/4 u 
re Tandy, 15 ; 3 e 

ex p'lrte Tnrtt, 24 / 4 6 

Terry and White, 15 / 8 a— 16 f3 c 

Thompson i'. Pajjet. 18 ; 10 rf 

Thorman t'. Burt, 3 m 3/ 

Thuey v. Goodson. 2 m 3d— 24 mA c 

Titcomh V. Grosveuor Bank and others, 12 

m 3d— 13 IH a a 

Titford p. Smith. 12 /"S rf 

Tottenham Local Board p. Lea Consenraocy 

Board, 1/ 3r/— II wi 3 d 

Townley v. L\le, 2 / 6 c 

re Townsend -tx parte Parsons, 23 / 4 a 

Trower p. Shepheard and others, 5 m 3 a 

Truscott V. Co-operative Insurance Com- 
pany, \ f \2b 

Tyner p. Commissjioners of Irish Liglii', 2D 

i6a 

K 31 



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PAI.MI'R'm IM>KX to ''the TIMBa" NKWSl'APKR. 



[Jau. I to 



Ciyil Actions (continued). 

• Tryon v. National Provident Institution, 5 

m 3 r 
Tucker ». Collinson and others, 16 ; 3 « — 1 1 

/3h 

— — - Tunhridge Wells Coinmi^sioners v. Alex- 
ander, io ] 4 h 

— — United Telephone ('ompany i». Bastano and 
Slater 2.) / 8 « — 2y »/? ;W 

— - United Telephoi.e Company v. Donohoe, 8 

Vaccination Act. Cases under, 23 / 4 A 

— — Vance v. London Corporation, \'6 m b d 
— — re Vernon, Knens & <'o., 'lb f '6 a 

— —re Vivian and Comp.iny. lo / 3 h 

— — re Walker nnd liackiti^. 22 m 4 d 

— — Wulkernnd others v Midland Hailway. 27 
m Af 

— — Walter nnd another v. Burton. \% f 3 d 

— — W«rnt' r. F.awri'r ce. lU m *\ c 
—— Warren t'. Franklin. I / 9 </ 

r. Hayes and others, H fS f 

— — Walling V. Stevens and another. 14 f 3e 

— Watney & Co. v. St. (jeor^ic's Union West* 
minster Asses^^ment Connniitee. 16 /* 10 c 

i Weblin r. BHllard, L.'J «/ 4 « 

— - Wel'Ster v. Spencer. 21 / 3 A 

— Weldon r. Smith and Son, 17 w 3 « 
■ r. Weldon, h / '6 h 

— V. Woniner, 1H m 5 </ — 16 m 4 a 

— re Wesley. 2.5 in 3 // 

• — re West African Telegraph Company, 16 /* 

3 ft 
• — West Cornwall Steamship Company v. South 

Eastern l<:iilway. 17 w 3 c 

Norfolk Farmers' Manure Company v. 



Archdale and oiherv, I3//i .'> h 
— - Westminster Dean and Chapter v. St. 

(icorgc's Union Assessment ("ommittee, 12 m 

A a 
''-'•^ Whnlt'y V. Cusfleld, 4 it 3 /i 
- — Wli. Hili'y V, Gibson. 11 wi 7 *• 

White r. Nca\ Ion. HJ / 3 7 

■ w. \Vill'mghl>y and others. 17 m 3 rf— 26 

m .'{ d 

- Whitehavt-n Joint St(M'k Banking Company 
r. Hev'd a. id others. 23 / 3 d 

— — Willi r. B.'irlow and oitiers. 18 / 3 e 

fx ff-nie Wilkinson. 2t) «# 5 / 

Williams »>. Jones. S / |n « 

r l*cel Uiver I^^md and Mineral Company 



and o»lr rs -'7 / r> , 

c. .Sinplcs. :4 / 3 « 

Wiliiv r. |i..aucli!nn » 2'J ; M 7 



•— W illiiiott r. f^otitliin Celluloid Company and 

<»th rs H / 3 / 
— — re NVilr<iii Municipal I'lcction. 2 / 3 c 

— U iiM hilsca v. Meekly 6/4 i 
■■ Winndl r. Simm »ns 2.' w 4 « 

VViihim r. Kfrshiw and others. 2 / 3 a 

— »e WoiK-hortse, 12 / 3 6—18 / 3 a 
. re Wiod. 22 / 3 /' 

— Wood r. Lainl>ert, 14 : 3 6 
I?. .Madge 2o / 3 b 

V. Matthews. 26 ; 4 n 

— Wright V, liulme .Spinning Company, 8 m 



Oivil Actions {continued). 

re Writ of Prohibition, 16 /"S rf 

- Wyatt V, Hosherville Gardens Company, 2 
fZc&d 

Wyndham r. St. Mary AbbotU, Kensington 

Assessment Committee. 12/46 
Yates V. South Kast^rn Railway, 16 > 12 d 

re Ystalvfera t'ompany, 18 ; 4 /» 

Civil Service Appointments, see Official 

Bread Company, Prospectus, 8 m 1 1 a 

Notes on, 13 nt 4 c— 19 m 10 c— 23 m 10/ 

—25 w 3 6 

Co-operative Society, \6 fl\ e — 25 flic 

Life- Boat Fund, 14 / 13 </ 

Su[)plementary P^timates, 20/4 f—S m 10 

« -6 w 3 / 

Supplv Association. 26 M 1 c 

Trading. 25 m 6 /— 27 m ]2 a 

Writers, Meeting at Westminster Palace 

Hotel. 2 / lOr— 13 / 4 / 
Citil Services and lievenue Departments, 2j II a 
('larctie ( Julcji) on Parisien. 2/86 
Clark (K.) at I'lyinoush, 5 ; 6 • 

on the Oisis. 28 f 7 rf 

on Ireland. 9 ; 7 c 

Clnnrikarde (^Lord) on the State of Ireland, 18 jh 

6/ 
Cli'aver (F.) and his Workmen. 12/4 e 
Clerical Appointments. 1 > 7 e— 2 ; 10 a— 6 / 6 ^ 
_7, (i/,-H/i)/-12; I2r-14; 10 /"—IS j 4 
d- 19 1 i» /-2i>; 1 1 /— 21 ; 7 r— 22 ; 3 r-2o / 
Hn^27 »10 6— 27; 1! a-2S ;5/*— 29^ 11 r— 
30; 11 / — I /•: c- 2 /5e-3 ^5 /*— 3 r 7 e^— 3 
/ 12a-4 / 7 /—(I / 8 0-6 / i2 a— 8 r 6«— HI 
'/lOrf— 10 / 11 o-n / 10 / — '2 / 60— 15 /■« 
d—lii fhf-\7 n r -18 / JO r-24/'10rf— 
25 / 10 e — 1 w 9 /* -2 /// 9 /--4 w 6 /— 6 nt 11 
e-9 m 9 A— H w'5<»-15 m 4 /— I6w 11 f—lS 
TO 6 /— 18 m 9 /'-22 rw 6 / -23 /« 10/— 24 m 12 
e,_26 "I i:i ^/— 27 //I 14 rt -29 »m 9 ./— 30 w 5 rf 

Intelligence. 5 / H f 

Vacancies, 20 /« 13 e 

Clerkenwell, the Subsidence of Property in, 8 / 

Sanitary C^ondition of, 27 w 6 r 

Cleveland Ironm Asters Association. Return of. 6 ; 

11 />-4m I J h 

Chfton Suspension Brid e Company. 26 ; II r 
Clirchugh (W. P.) on l*ol cies on Officers in the 

Army and Navy, 23 m W ft 
Cli.-^sold Park. Stoke Newington, 14 ; 6 e 
Cloncurry (Lord) the Land Question in Ireland, 

2 ;6c 
GOAL:— 
imports and Exports from the Port of 

Lo'ulon. 4/116-4/11 A— 4 m 1 1 6 

Durham Trade of the Past Year, 5 ; 9 e 

Notes on the Leases of Coal Mines, 18 / 1 1 c 

Pro<luctiouof tireat Britain, 3 w 9 / 

Uetuni of the Shipped, from Grimsby, lOy 

12 h 

State of Market. «ee every dnt/*s paper 

Trade of Great Britain. 87 10 a 

Coal Mines New Bill, 27 f 5 a 

Cobden Club. Awards of th.' Silver Medals, 23/ 
10 a 

New Members, 6 m 12 rf 



March 31, lb86.] fAL9i£R*8 index to "the times*' newspai^er. 



Cott 



Cochin China, New Governor, 2 m 5 e 
Coercion. Notes on. 6 /'S d 
Coffee, State of Trade in, aee Proddce Markrt 
Cohen (N. x\.) Free Registration of the Unem- 
ployed. i> / ti rf 
Coiners, Capture of. a Gang of, at Clerkenwell. 1 1 

Cole (Lord) and the Roman Oathulica. 29 /8c 

(H. S.) Remarkable Meteor, \9 j 6 d 

Coleridjre (I-ord) Health of, 18 / 7 / 

Touting at tlie Law Courts. 2 fS a 

Collard (W. S.) Touting at the Law Courts, 3 

./ 6« 
Colliery Accidents, see Accidents— Mining 

Explosions and Coroners* Ii> quests, 5 j 3 a 

Colombia, New Governor. 17 Jo e 

Colonial Appointmenis. 2 ; io a— 18 / 7 c— Ifi ; 

10 <?— 20; 11 f-e / 12 /I- 13/ 10 a— 20 f 12 a 

— :f7y 13 rf— 6 m 6 a- 22 w « /-2fi m 12 a— 81 

m 12(1 
— '— Government Securities, State of Shares in, 

see every dtiy^8 paper 

Po8;)esflion» of Great Britain 18 / 13 </ 

— -- Produce Market. «*•« eavh day s paper 

" and United States Mortgage Company, 23 

f'Wb 
and Indian Exhibition, 6 j 6 6—27 j 10 rf— 

2/6 f—b/i «-lo i« '6c 

and the City of London. 2 w 10 e 

Note on, 6 / 8 h 

Proposed Opening of, by the Queen, 80 m 

Be 
Colonies and the Navy. 19 ; 6 a 
Colony of Disease- Finchley, 26 i 10 d 
Connets, Three, 13 / 10 / 

Commercial Intelligence, ses every day*8 paper 
]>epresi>i«)n. l9/« 10 tf 

Union Assurance Company, 8 m 11 h — 4 m 

li e — n m\\ c 

Common ;A. A.) Lecture on Star (^liarts. 1 m Ga 
Communs Preservation Society, Chairman 

Elected, 22 / 3 r/ 
Companies, Miscellaneous, State of Shares in, 

see every day's paper 
Companionship of tlie Indian Empire, Orders 

Couferred, 2 y G / 
Convocation, Meeting of, 18 /'9 </ 
CoDvocati.m. 6 ; 10 ri 
of Canterbury. 7; 4y -12 /g c— 13; 10 A— 

14; 7a— IG/ liy-17/10 d -18 / 7 d-X^ f 

10£7— 20/5^—23/ 3 a 
and the Queen, 23 m 10 </ 

New Prolocutor of the Lower House of, 1 5 

of York, 1S;10A-16;6/*— 19 ; 7 6—12/ 

6 6—24/ II a-25/'I0ri-26/8cf 
Congo. 2; 7 a-11 .; 6 </— 14 ; 6c— 12m9« 
Congo — Change of Governors, I / 3 e 

Divided into three Parts— Lower, Middle 

and Upper, 18 m 5 s 

Lottery, 6)9/ 

100 Million Lottery in Belgium, 15y 5 e— 

16/6 rf— 6 w 7 a 

Miscellaneous News. 22 j 6 c— 9 /d </— 18 

New Loan for, 13 /"Ss— 16./ 6 d 

-— State Loan, Note on, 15 m 10/ 



I 



Conscience Money, 2 ;' 5 e— 4 ; 6 b — 1 1/9 /"- 12 
>7y— 15; G«-18;6'- 20 > 6 /~-27 jSJ-5 
/8 6— 6 / 7«-l6 r\0f-\7f lOc-lS f 10 / 

— 19/ 10/— 28/ 10 a— 1 m 11 6-2 wi 11 d-S 
m 11 f— 4 m lOc/— 6m 12 rf— 1 1 »« 9 e— 15 m 9 /* 

— 18 in 8 6—20 m 10 r— 22 i« 8 6— 26 w 9 e— 27 
w 7/* 

Conservatism at rhestt*r, 'J3 'i 9/ 
Con^ervaiives and Home Uule, 7 / 10 a 

Demonstration at Deptford, \7 / 10 o 

and the Irish Quesncm, 27 m \\ f 

pHrtv. Meeting at the Carlton Club, 17/9 

7-19/ M e 

Protest, Note on, 11 m 11/ 

and Lord Weinyss. 8 m 6 rf 

Constitutioniil Union, Dinner, 5; 4 rf 
ContagiooH Disenses Act 8 m 12 6 
Convicts' ( hildrcn, 29 ; !4 a -4 /' 18 rf-8/ 8 a 
Coi»k Hnd Son, Hints to Travellers. 9 / 10 rf 
Cooper (M. S.) the « olonial Korciw. 1 1 j* 13 6 
Copiapo Miinng ( onipany, 10 m lie 
Copper. Import Helnrns, 9/11 6 

Copyright Law, IT. ; 7 A- IG / G 6— 2 / 8 6-4/ 

12 6— IG M 10 rf-.20 /w 5 6-22 w 7 rf 
Corea. the Premier Retains OfBce. 9 / 5 « 
News. 25 / 5 f' 

- - Treaty of Russia wiih. 17/ ft f 

Corfield (^Dr.)on the London Sewage, 22; 13 6 

—26 m 1 /» 
Corn, State of the Market, tee every day*8 paper 
— Duty on. 29 ) 4 / 
Cornwall Tropemed Harbour for. 16/9/ 
Corporal ion of Foreign UondlioKIers. Meeting, 3 

m 1 1 /• 
Corps of Commissionaires, 1 2 ; 1 2 e 
Colion Tr.'ule of Glasgow, see ectry day's paper 

(W. J. R.) on the PoliUcal Liberal Case. 8 

m G /— 10 iH Iw / 

Powder (^)mpany. 11 m lie 

Meeting of DeKg-ites in Manchester. \ t (\d 

- — State of the Market, see every day\ paper 

Statistics of the Past Year. 7 / 1 1 s 

Trade. 29 ; 7 6—6 / G rf— 1 m 7 b 

in Ls^nca^hi^e. 6 3 H) rf— 1 1 / 6 rf— 26 i 1 1 

J-\ f iO«-8 J 8 6—12/ 5/— 8TOg/— 16i/i 
10/ 

County Rating. Deputation to the Home Office 
about, 3n ; 9/ 

Court of Aldermen — Meetings, 1 1 ; 6/— 17 /« 10 h 

OOUET OIROULAE:— 

- Dukeof Albany. First Stone of the Memorial 
Chapel atCannes laid by the Prince of Wa.es, 
1 M 6 r 

Memorial Tablet to. m the Chapel of the 

Royal National Hospital for Comsumption, 24 
m 4 e 

Window to in Bayshot Church, 29y 7 a 

— 1/7«._.5 / 9 /-8/G6 



Second Annivert<:iry of his Death, 29 m 6 c( 
Duchess of, Birlhd'ay. IB / 9 / 

— Albany. Duchef«8 of. Morementsof. 27 / 7 / 

— Princess Alice of Albany, 8rd Birthday, 26 

— Anniversary of the Marriage of the Queen, 
10 '9 / 

— AutJienees of the Queen, 24 / 12 rf— 6 m (I 
«-10 7J» 10 r 






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[Jan. I to 



Goort Oiicxilea (continued). 

Prinra Uenrj of Battenberg, Notice about, 

2i ; \0d 
Wedding Present from the Ladies of 

Bristol to, 2 ta 5 c 
Cambridge, Duchess of, Dinner Party, 29 

7/19/ 

— Princess Christian, taking Part in a Free 
Concert, 12 / 7 « 

— - i'unr.Aught. Duke of. Movements, 13 j 10 a 

— II / He- 17 w 8c 

Duchess of, Health of, 19 w 9 /•—20 m 11 / 

— 22 ut y / - 2H m 9 /— 2« m 9 /— 29ot 6 « 

Council at ()*boriie, \6 ; 9 /-20y 6 d— 6/ 

9/ 



at Windsor. IH / 5 e— 6 w 1 1 e— 31 m 9 e 

— Dinner I'arty at Windsor Castle 25/9/ 

— Dm wing Hooni^ held by the Queen, 3 /' 12 
a-27 / 13 c/-3 m 12 // — 6 m 11 a— 6 w 7 c— 6 
M Id ,1—20 M 12 ri— 24 Ml 11 (( -20 m 9 « 

— Kdinburgh, Duchess of, Moveoient of, lOy 
9 /— 19 / 5 f-22 m 9 / 

Duke of, Moviments. 1 / 7 e — 18 f 9 f— 

19 /'6 c— 25 / 9 /— 2G / 9 /— 2 m 5 c--4 #« 9y 
— li w 11 e 

Address to. 13 ; )() a 

Lea^ ee It^ngland to Assume the Command 



uf ihe Moditerraneui Squadron, 22y 10 r — 24 y 
lU d 

— Empress Eugenie at Windsor Castle, 8'm 9 
/— 9 /« 10/ 

levees held by the Prince of Wales. 10/8 



a— 20 / 12 a— 6 m G u- 13 tn 13 c— 16 m 11 a 

— 17 mih 

Msrquis and Marchioness of Lome, Move- 

nienlti ut. 1 1 m 9 / 

- I'liiicess Louise, Movements, &c., 26/10 6 

— 2.i / 9 c-30 ; 9 / 

Marlborough House. Dinner Party, 4/6 (/ 

— 1. / 10 rl 

the Ministers at Windsor (Castle, 9 w 9 / 

Princf>8 Louise. S^ih Birlhtlay, 19 »i 10 b 

Prvy Cuuncil Meeting at Osborne. 11 / 9/ 

Henioval of the ('ouri U» Windsor, 9 /'^ / 

Queen's Jubilee, 29 in 7 c 

Movemuit* of. 14/9 /— 21 ; 6 a -22 ; 11 

«— 23; 8rt-5 / 9 /— 15 / 9 «— 16 / 9/— 17 f 
ty-20 / 9 /-l4 / 9 /— 26 /'9 /-I m 9 /-3 
m 9 /— 4 m 5 f—h m 10 c/-6 « 11 /— 18 m 5 / 

— 19 m IOfl-20 w» 7c-22 /» 9 e -24 m 5 cT— 
26 m 9 /— 31) //I 9 / - 31 m 9 e 

New Year's Gifts. 2 ; 6 c 

Throwing a Petition to, Release of the 

Man, LG m 9 e 

Prince of Wales, 23rd Anniversary of his 

Marriage, 11 w 9 /* 

Movements of , 4 ; 9 /*- 8 / 6 6—1 1 ; 9/ - 

14 f 6 *— 18 ; 9 /•— 21 ; 9 /— 19 / 9 a— 23 / 10 
*i-24 / 10 </— 25 / 9 /— 27 / 7 /—I m 8 6—9 m 
97-12 m 9 /— 19 m 9./— 20 m 13 /— 31 w 9 e 
— and Prince Georgj. at (Cannes. 1h fht 



Prince George of Wales, Movements of, 23 

iii 9 e 

Notices about, 16 / 9 /- 4 m 9/— 17 m 10 6 

— 1 rincf Albeit V icior of Wales,' 22Dd Birth- 
day, y/ 9/ 
Notices about, 22 j 10 6—27 fWf 



Ck>iirt Circular {continutd). 

Princess of Wales. Movements of, 21 7 9/ 

—16 / 9 /'-9 /« 9 /— 9 m 9 e 

Health of, 19 111 9 / 

Notices of. M.t €very dntf^s paper 

GOUBT OF COMMON COUNCIL ;— 

Meetings, 22 j 3 6-6 / 8 6—19 / 10 /— 5 « 

11 /•— 12//I 11 /— 19 w 8.-26 iw 10 r 

— Rebuilding of Guildhall. 1 1 m 7 / 
Court of General Assessment Sessions. 22/10 h 
—9/12 r,— 10/2 /-18/ 12 <f— 16/12*1-16 
/lO r-17 / 12 e— 22 / 6 r— 27 / 4 c— I ##16/ 
'— 12 w 4ff 
Courtney (A.) on Mr. Je^se Collings's Amend- 
ment on the Address. .H / 5 e 
Cowen*s Muoic in France, 9 M 1 d 
Cowpfr (Lonl ) Local Councils for Ireland. 6i7 d 
Cox (Rev. «J.) Notes on tlic Suspension of, 12 ; 4 

r— 19; 12^ 
Craig (Rer. James) Case of. 20 m \\ J 
Cranbrook (Lonl) at llamp^tead. 30 ; 6 a 
Crawford (D.) on the (?rawfi>rd 0. Crawford and 

Dilke Case. 22 MO e 
Crawshay ((Jiuirgi') iJissoId Park, Stoke New- 

in^fton. 14/6 e 
Credit Fcmcier of Miuritiu*. 5 w 1 1 / — 22 tn 1 1 e 
Crespigny (Sir C. C. de) the Assistant Execu- 
tioner, 20 / 5 f/ 
Cretan Memora'.jdura to the Great Powers. 4 ; 5 o 
Crichton (A. M. M.) on the Charity Organizatioa 
Society and the Mansion House Fund, \5 m'Sd 
Crime. Decrease of , 1 M f 

in the Army, 8 i 7 a— 1 1 ; 4 c 

Criminal Pn»cedure as it Was, 15 w 4 c 
CRIMINAL TRIALS :— 

A CI on, Geo., and others, for Assault, 27 J 

\0d 

AU-ock, Geo., and others, for Conspiracy, 

low \S b 

Alexander, Joseph, for Unlawful Shooting, 

14 / 7 c 

Armour, Rev. M., for Misdemeanour, 10 m 

8a 

Artis, Arthur, and another, for Abduction, 

20 I 10/ 

- Ashley. John, for Misdemeanour. 9j\2d 
—21 ;3e 

Ash well, — . for Stealing, 23 jlO a 

Austin. Alex.. f«)r Assault. 13/76 

Baines. Joseph, for Murder, 25 / 10 </ 

Baker, Henry, and others, for Receiving 

Stolen Property. 10 m 12 b 

Baldock T. W.. for Fraud, 9 m 12 a 

Baldwin, (^has., and others, for Murder, 9/ 

7e-3 n /— 4 f 7 e 

Balls. R«»ht.. for Burglary, 28 ; 7 e 

Barany, Nicholas, for Keeping a Disorderly 

House. 8 / 10 6 

Barbier, M.i Madanre Ferre and two others, 

for Murder, 12 ; 5 c/-ld / 5 (f— 14 / 5 e— 15/ 
5c 

Barnard, Eliz.. for Stealing, 18; 10 s 

Barrett, Michael, for Kognery and Vaga- 
bondism. 5 ;' 3 / 

^— Base. Esther, for Murder. 16 / 12 a 

Beecroft, Samuel, for Stealing, 4 « S </— & 

m 66 



March 31, 1 886.3 palmer's index to " the timks " newspaper. 



Gri 



Oriminal Trials {tontinued), 

— BHZOttellia, Wm.. for Fraud. Ri 10 6 
. Belt, Rich,, and another, for Conspiracy, 13 

m 7 <— 16 m .Or— 1(> m 13 n 

Benson and Stenning for Fraud, 15 A 5 a 

Blaickaby, Ezra, fur Fraud, 18 7 7 6— 14 7' 

Vic 

Hoden, W. H., for Fraud, II i%h 

Bowers, Chas.. and others, for Misdemean- 
our. 8 / 7 y 

Braind, Jules, for Fraud. 11 m \2 d 

Bratley. V> . H. B.. for Larceny 2/7 e 

Brew. Wm.. for Fraud. 10 / 8 / 

Brewer. Hi»nry, for Burglary, 18 /"7 « 

Brien. Morgan, fur Murder, 9 / 6 c— 1 1 .; 7 c 

. Bristow, £(Tw., and another, for Stealing, 10 

IN 12 6 
.•— Br.iuscb. Adam, and another, for Keeping 

a Disorderly House, 20 m 4 a 
-i — Brown, Henry, and another, for Rubbery, 

18; lOe 
. Browne, David, fur Murder, I;4</— 2/6 

a & h 
. Burton. Stafford, for Fraud. 7 ; d rf 

Byalt. Rich., for Perjury. 2oi 10 e 

. Cain, John, and anuiher, for Burglary, 16 

j 12 6 

Calfe, Wm.. and others, for Stealing, 20/* 

4/ 

> Casey, Michael, and another, for Assault, 

6 ; 6 /> 

Chapman. Maria, for Libel. 10 m 12 6 

^— (*lark, Thos., and aiiOther. for Wounding, 

2m8/ 

Clarke. Alice, for Stealing, 4 m 8 </ 

Cochrane, (-. S., and another, for Persona- 
tion, 18; 7 *— 9 / 12 o 

Cohen, Annie, for Fraud, 18 / 7 « 

Coleman, Wm., for Stealing. 6 ; 8 / 

ConneU. W. T., for Stealing 23 ; 4 i» 

Cooke, Henry, and others, for liiotiag, 2 f 

7 € 
Coombs. Alex., for Stealing, 16> 12 b— U 

m12 d 

Cox. James, for Misdemeanour, 21 ; 8 /* 

Crock well. Patrick, and another, for Bur- 
glary, 7 / 8 r 

l^ronmire. S. H , for Embezzlement. 1 1 7 12 6 

Culler, Wm., and others, for Stealing, 16; 

12 6 

Curzon, Chas.. for Fraud, 7 ; 8 « 

Davidson, Thos., for Receiving Stolen Pro- 
perty, 10 m 12 6 

Davis. John, for Fraud, 11 m 12 <f 

for Murder, 20 / 7/ 

De Tomanzie. Ethens, for Murder, tflf 

Deardon, John, for Keeping a Disorderly 

House, 4 m 8 <f 

Dennisun Robt., for PerronatioD. 29 f 6/ 

Dent. Thos.. for Stealing. 6m6b 

Dirkerfun Geo., for Forgery, 12 m 12 a 

Dodds, Chas.. for Embezzlement. 8/106 

DriscoU. Cernelius, for Stealing, 16y 8 « 

Dunn, Samuel, for Stealing 9 m 12 « 

East, Rich., for Fraud, 9 m 12 a 

Edwards, Geo., for Stealing, 19^ 4 6 

Everett, Walter, for Stealing, 2 m 8 « t 



Criminal Trials {continued), 

Finch. SMniuel. for Burglary, 20 ; 3 d 

Fitt, James, and another, tor Robbery with 

Violence, UM 10 rf 
FitzgernU. Thus., and others, for Moonlight- 
ing. 7 ; 6a-H » 6 /— II / 7 c 

Foisard, Allen, and another, for Fraud. 1 1 

/12 6 

Fowler. Josiah. for Bigamy, 1 / 12 c 

Franciii. Silas, for Stealing. 9 / 12 a 

Eraser. Hastings, for Steiiling. 12 w 12 a 

Fuller, Wm.. tor Burglary .") /3 / 

Galliker, iJ.inier. for SteHling. 6 «j 6 6 

James, and another, for Misdemeanour, 

6 m 6 6 

Gardiner. Wm.. for Wounding. 19 ; 4 6 

German, Rtibt.. for Arson. 26 / 10 d 

Gibbons, Thus., and another, for Jiubbery 

with Violenw. II fid 

Godfrey. Geo. for Burglary. 6 ; 3 c 

— -^ Gomez, Luciano, for Wounding. 20 m 4 a 

Gower, John, fur Fraud. 13 ; 10 (f 

Graham. Henry, for Stealing, 678 c 

Graliam. Wm.. and another, for Robbery 

with Viol.Mfce. 12 / 10 / 
Gray. John, and another, for Stealing, 4 m 

8 c/— G m i\ 
Green, T. J., for Unlawful Possession. 15 y 

12 a 

Greenland. Geo., for Stealing. 12 ; 12 </ 

Grieve.^, Rich., for Burglary, 12 / 10 / 

Griffiths, Thus., for Embezzlement, \7 mS f 

Groves, A. R., and another, for Burglary, 

20 ; 3 e 

Guthrie, Chas., for Wilful Hamage. 2 fAa 

Hammond. Rev. John, for Stealing. 23; 5/ 

Hardy. Robt., for Personation, 2 / 7 « 

Harris. Joseph, for Bigamy, 29 ; 6 /" 

— Harrison. Wm., for Wounding, 14/12 

Harvey, Chas.. for Slabbing. 19 > 10 d 

Heam. Thos., for Misdemeanour, 12 w I2a 

Henin, B. L., for Forgery and Embezzle- 
ment, 22 m l\ d 

Ilerriman, Matilda, for Murder, 22 / 7 / 

Hinton, Viscount, and others, for Con- 
spiracy, 16 m 10 ^—17 m 12 6 

Horton, John, fur Forgery, 29 / 6 / 

for Murder, 14/ 7 c 



— Hunt, E. A., for Einbezzlement, 19 MO d 

— Hunter, Henry, and another, for Misde- 
meanour. A f 7 e 

— Hutchinson, W. K., for Wounding, 29/6/ 

— Jackson, G. C. for Wounding, 12/ 10 d 

Henry, fur Incendiarism, 2rt ; 7 « 

James, for Criminal Assault, 29 / 6/ 

Margaret, for Slander. 29 / 6 / 

T. A. C for Bigamy. 9 / '2 a 



— Jacob. Alfred, for Libel, 16 / 12 6 

— Jeffries, Mary, for Keeping a Disorderly 
House, 20 m 4 a 

— Jessup. Fred., and others, for Night Poach- 
ing. 13 I 10 d 

— Jones, Fred., for Fraud, 7 ; 8 (? 

— Keating, John, for Roguery and Vagabondf 
i«m, 5)3/ 

— Kenealey, Cornelius, for Criminal Assaulit 
15; 12a 

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Jaa 1 to 



Oriminal Trials (mntinued). 

Keen. Danii'I, for Stealinpr. 14; 7c 

Kemierley, Juba, for Mi84e"ieanour, 14 / 

— — Kennett, Wm. and another, for Stealing. 19 
j l(Wi-20 / 7/'-21 / 10/ 

Kenny, Patrick, for Libel. 12 ; 12 d—\9j 

10 /.— 20 ' 10 c 

Kirthen, Win., for Man.^lHa<;hter, 1 / 12 6 

Krieprer, Louis, for traud, HJ w l.'i h 

Labbett. Geo., for Criminal AssMult, 2/7e 

Lncey, John, for Corrupt Practices Act 

OflFeiice, 25 / \0(i~2ii > 10 rf 
— — Lane. Etlw., and another, for Stealin>r, 19 / 

'6e 

Lanpf»)rd, Fred, for Forpery, 13 / 7 /^ 

— — Lavi'lle. Michael, for Murder. \G f 7 h 

- — Leach, Alfred, and anotiier, for Steading, 4 

^- — Learv and Coakley, for \\ hiteboy Ofifeuce, 

2j 6 6-11 ; 7 r 

Lee, John, for Stealing. 8 / 10 // 

J^evi. Isaac, for Stealing A m 'd d 

Lewis. Arthur, for Stealing, b f \ a 

John, and another, for Conspiracy, 12 m 

12 a 
Lishman, James, for Criminal Assault, 14 

Lomanzie. E. de. for Murder, 2 t If 

' Long, J. R., and another, for Burglary, 16 

m4/> 

Lucas, Mrs. Alice, for Arson, 20 in 7 e— 22 

m 6 a 

Magee, John, for Threats, 14/ 12 a— 16; 

12 a 

Marshall, Norah, for Attempted Suicide, 3 

/12« 

Marx. Walter, for Forgery, 10 / 3 a 

• Masters. Herbert, for Assault. 14 > 7c 

Matthews, John for Embezzlement, 13/3/* 

MGill Owen. fi,r Murder. 4/7 / 

■ Mellars, Fred., for Attempted Murder, 4/ 

It 

Mendel, S. T., for Abduction, 14 ; 7 c 

Merrin, H. IL, for Fraud. 9 «4 12 a 

-^ Merry weather, Wm., for 1 crsonation, 29 i 
6/ 

Miles, Eliza, for Attempted Coucealment 

of Birth. 15/ 12 ci 

- Morris, S. H., and another, for Conspiracy, 
12; 12 (/ 

- Mutimer, Horatio, for Forgery, 18 j* ID e 

Myers Henrj'. for Fraud, 10 /« 12 6 

Nash, Thos., for Murder. 10/7 /' 

Nelms, Ennua. for Murder, 16 ; 12 rf 

Nicholaa, W. J., for Forgery, 8y 10 d— 9 ; 

7 a 
Niebler. Franz, for Stealing, 8 / 12 e 

Norman, Wm., for stealing, 16 /"S /" 

Oakeley, Arthur, and others, for iiioting, 1 

/12 6-2/ 7« 

Overton, Fred., for Attempted Murder, \f 

12 6 

Page, Thos., for Stealing. 2 / 4 a 

- — Painter, Eliz.. for Wounding 14 ;' 7 c 

Pearce, Walter, for Attempted Itobbery, 16 



Orlminal TxialB (continuiff). 

Pavier, Wm.. for Burglary, 3 iii 4 c— 6 mSh 

Plummer. H. W.. for Ueceiviug Stolen Pru- 

perty, 16 / 12/; 

P(H>1«\ Hiih.. for Assault, 10 /"S « 

Pullbrook, Henry, and others, for Robber/ 

with Violence. 12 TlO / 

Qulnn. Peter for Stealing. 10 > 4 6 

Hnnddl. (\ W.. for Fraud. H / 12 « 

Heed. Gecj.. for Keeping a I)i.>orderly House, 

19 /3 / 

- Hice. Kich., for Stealing, 12 ; 12 rf 

Riegcllmth, Jacob, for Murder, il m VI d 

KobertH. Alice M.. for Fraud. l9 ; 4 6 

David, for Murder. II y 7 f 

Boclie>ter, Win., and another, for Burlgary., 

22 ; 4 e 

Hudwell, Robt., for Cruninal Assault, 26 ; 

10 d 

Hottpcr and Sarauw, for High Treason, 2 J 

6 e— 12 / 6 <?-13 / 5 (/ 

Uowe, Joseph, for Keeping a Disorderly 

IIou^e. 8 ; 10 6 

Kudge, A. B.. and others, for Murder, Id; 

10 M— 20/ 7 '—21 j 10 6 

Rutty. K. W., for Stealing. 20 / 3 d 

Sali.Nbury, R. B., for Misdemeanour, iSj 

7e 

Salmon, Joseph, for Fraud. 15 ; 12 a 

Sampson. Matthew, for Arson, 11 / 12 a 

Samuel, Albert, for Libel, 15/12 6 

Sanntlers, Geo., for Murder, iHO / 6 « 

Sjivery, Wm.. for Burglary, 6 m (in 

Sewell, Geo., and others, for Burglary, 3/ 

46 

— — Silvester, Henry, for Fraud. 5 / 6 /* 

Simpson. Chas.. for (Conspiracy. 21 ; 3 « 

Smith, Daniel, for Murder, 1 1 / 12 a 

John, for Fraud, 5 7 3/ 

for Stealing, .9/4 <»— 3 / 4 6 



Thos., for Stealing, 5 ; 3 / 
W. L. I)., for Fraud, 20 ; 3 e 



Stokes, Henry, for Incendiarism, 14 7 7c 

Stroud. Robt.. for Misdemeanour. 14; 12 6 

Stutt, John, for Misdemeanour, 207 3«^ 

21 ;3/- 

Suckling, F. E.. for Stealing, 8 ; 5 / 

Sullivan, Michael, for C/riminal Assault, 15 

r7 u 
Tattersall, Ambrose, for Attempted Mur- 
der, 5 / 7 / 

Tetclifltld, Alfred, for Fraud, 18 fZ « 



— Tlionipson, W. J., for Receiving StolcD 
Property, 10 »« 12 6 

Thurston, John, for Murder, 23 ; 5/ 

Turubuli. Wm., and another, for Murder, 

16? 12a— 18 5 \0e 

Turner, -JoiBeph, for Steali-^g. 2 m 3 « 

Tyerman, Wm., for Fraud. 2;1 ; 6 / 

Waite, Henry, for Burglary. 15 ; 12 6 

Walsh, Patrick, for Criminal Assault, 13/ 

7« 

Warman, John, for Burglary, 16 / 8 e 

Waterman, Alfred, and another, for Mau* 

slaughter, [\ m \2 d 

VVebl)er. V. A., for Libel, \7/7f 

While, John, for Stealing, 7 i '6 d 



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OriminAl Trials {continued). 

VVegeuiT. U. A., for Embezzlement, 15/7 

fi— y m \1 a 
— — Whiteman, John, for Sfealinfj. 17 / 6 A 

- — WMdowsoii. G. \V., for Stealing. 12 ; 12 d 
Willwnis, James, for Murder. 14 / \2 A- 16 

/ 12 a 
-^— Kate, and othera. for Stoalinpr, 2 w 8 r 
Willis, Annie, for Keeping a Disorderly 

Houw, 20 m 4 n 
^~ — Wilson. John, for Burjzlary, 10 //i 12 b 

Young. Mary, ^or Woundinif, iMy 8 e 

Criminals. Release of. 18 ; 12 a 

Crop and 8tock Prospects. 2 / 13 «— 7 ; 10 r/— 

16; I3A-22; 3«i— 2S;3./— 4 / 8 n- 12 / 18 

•—19/ 13 d—o m 13 a— 11 m 12 a— 18 m \0 a 

— 26 m 13 a 
Cross (Sir K.) at Dnrlaston, 16 ; <? 
Cross Bones Disused Burial Ground, 29 ; 11 r. 
Crypto- Dynamic Gearing for Tricyides, 19 / 4 o 
Crystnl Palace, Admissions, see each duy'i paper 

('ompany, 4/11 d—\2 / \\ d 

Concert*, 15/7 e-22 / 10 /•— 8 m 7/— 16 

m 10 A— 29 M 7 b 

— Dog Show at. 1 / 1 1 r-^^ f 12 e— 4 /12 c 

Exhibition of Cage Birds at, 13/6 e 

Flower Show at. 27 w 12 rf 

the Marquis of Sali»bury at, on the Political 

Situation. Km \\\ a 

Note on, ?» m 9 / 



I 



Cunard Steamship Company, 27 /« 13 d 

I'urfency Question, 6 / 4 / 

Curiie(E. II.) ihe Beaumf»nt Trust— the People's 

Palace for the East London, 1 1 ./ 4 6i -23 / 1 1 e 
Custom House Officer*, 13 «/ 7 r *' 
Cyprus, Hijfli Coinmissiont^r j)f. K/9 /— 27 fie 
' Sir Henry Bulwer Sworn in as New High 

C'ommissiouer, \\ m 5 e 

D. 

D nljf NewM and Mr. F. Hill, 9 / T / 

Dairy Produce, Inii)orts of. 15 ; 9 /- 19 m 8 6 

Supply iTonipiny. ' 7 / 1 1 « -23 / 1 1 /* 

Datgety <k Co.. 18 /« 11 r/ 

]>aiii:tralaiid. Note on. \H , /' 

Dandot (Ernest) Lecture on the French Emi- 
grants during the Uevolution. 1 1 m 5 r 

Danger to English Manufacturers. 2 / 12 a 

Daniel (E. M.) on Patents. « / 12 d 

Darenth Small Pox Hospital, Deputation to 
Govern men r about 9 /« 8 6 

Darwen and hi* Works, a Lecture at Ihe Lo.idon 
Institution, 2/7 /— 9 / 1 1 /_I0 / 6 ^ — I 7 / 6ti 

Davenport-Hill (F.) on Convict's Children, ij 
13 d 

Daries (D.) on Mr. ColUngs's Amendment on the 
Address. G / 7 a 

(J. L.) on Out-door Relief, 19 / 14 d 

Davit t ^Michael) at Castleislaud, 22y 6 ti 

on IXoiUki Uule, 6 / 6 a 

Du the .lri«h lieally Desire Home Rule. I 

at Manchester, on Home Rule, 23 w 9 / 

at Oxford. 1 7 w 8 h 

Screwed up in his Room, by the Under- 
graduates, 18 M 6 a— 19 m 1 1 a 

- at Plymouth, 20 m 9 ff 



Dayrell (Capt ) Chinamen in the Navy, 15 / 4 « 
Deaf and Dumb Asvlum, Annual Meeting, 12 j 

rj 

Children. Education of, 18 / 8 A 

]C<hicati(m of. Note on. 27 m 4 d 

Note on the Oral Inst ruction of, \ f1 f 

Death, Sudden, of Miss (^uiherine Bsyard, while 

Dressing to Assist the President's, Sister in 

his Reception, 18 ; 5 e 

Alderman Henry Burra. on the Morning 

that his Daughter was to a have been Married, 
27 / 12 n 

Mrs. E. A. Lefroy, 26 /" 1 1 6 

from Swallowing False Teeth — Miss 

Turnerelly. in Sunderland, 1 ; 8 / 

Two OJd Ladies, in Mile End, Named 

Stanger, 27 ; 6 a 

DEATHS:— In consequence of the Registrar- 
General having a complete Alphabetical List 
from 1837, of all Deaths in the British Domi- 
nions, as also of all British Subjects Dying 
abroad, which can be in9i>ected at any time at 
theOffice in Somerset House, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
vertised in the Tiwe», 

Abbott, B. J., 24 / 8 5 

— Aganoor, A. P., 29 ? 10 a 

Aigner. Jos., 20 / 10 / 

Aksakoff. M , Editor of the Rusx, 9/5 d — 

10/ 5 e- II / o / 

'- Funeral of. 12/6 c-13 / 5 «— 15 / 5 e— 

22/6 d 
Alderson. J. B.. 31 w 10 rf 

Amhersf, Lord, 27 w 12 6 

Amos. Professor Sheldon, 4 ; 6 e 

Apostol, N. J. .M., 18 /« 10 c 

Armstrong. Lieut., 2 f'b e—Q/d « 

Arnould, Sir Jcjs., 18 / 10 « 

Aspinall, J. B.. « / 7 rf 

Recorder of Liverpool, Funeral of, 9/6 

e — 10 / 9 / 

Assolint. M. Alfred, S m 7 d 

Bank-i. Rev. C. W.. 27 m I a— 31 m 10 d 

Barne, Fred., 12 in 10 d 

— Barreine. M.. Funeral of, 19 /5 c 

Barrow. (\)l., 16/5 e 

Arrival of his licmains at Spilheud, 22 



/ 6r 



Funeral of. 13 /'9 /*-24 /" 10 d 



Baschet, M. Armaiid, 3o /6s 

Baudry. M. Paul. 18 ; 10 fe 

Bayard. Mrs.. 2 / 10 d 

' Beadon. Rev. G. G.. 9 / 10 rf 

Bellegarde. (ien. Count, 14 ; 5 r — 15/ 7 c 

Funeral. 15 / 5 c 

Belh, Rev. C. A.. 8 / 7 rf 

Benso I. R. A.. 12 m 10 d 

Bentinck. i.. W. P.. 23/ II d 

Bere«»ford, Dr., Lord Primate of Ireland, 

Funeral of 1 / 7 « 

Beiiiardy Constantine Wm. de, 9 m 1 6 

Blachtord, John, 6 / I a 

Blomfleld, (?anon. Funeral of, I ; 7 e 

Bond, R. Sebastian, 2/10 d 

Bndshaw, Henry, 12 /"6 A 

Funeral of, 16 / 6 e 



Col. P. A. W., 5 ; 7 a 



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Deaths (rontinued), 

Borro. Luigi. 1 6 /* 6 / ^ 

Hrt'ttsant. \l., ^o ; 7 r 

Broniier. Dr. E.. 27 nt 12 6 

Hrooke, F. (\. 20 / 6 <• 

Riookx. John 10 m 8 /» 

Broii>;h:iii) and Vaax. Lt)rd. o / 7 a 

Brown, Kcv. Hugh Stowell, 26 / 1 a— 26 f 



10 r 



Rev. Dr. N., 20 / lo / 



Browne, Lt.-i;ol. W. B.. 4 / 7 rf 
Bruce, lie v. L. S.. 2.3 in 5 / 
Burgess, Ilev. Dr., 25 w 5 ^ 
Kev. H.. 16/ G / 



— Burrell, Sir W. W.. 25 ; 7 c 

— Butler, Itev. Dr. Geo., \i.C. Bp. of Limerick, 
i /Id 

Funeral of, 8 / 7 c— 10 / 10 c 



Deaths {continued). 

Kall.iux. vi.de, 8 /7 d 

Frtiley. J. T.. 8 / 7 rf 

Fellows. ViOs-Adin. Ch^is.. 9 w 8 r 

llemoval of his* liody to Knj^laod, 11 /» 9 /* 

— Id m 5 r — 17 m 5 *■ 
Fergusson. James. 1 1 / •» c 

Ffoulkea. Archdu., 28 ; 12 c 

Fifzroy, Miss KUa. 12 j 5 / 

Flowers, — , the Magistrate, 27 / 10 rf 

FoUett, B. vS.. 26 ; o e 

Fore ter. Lord, 15 / 9 i 

Funeral of. 15 / 6 c 

Fomeio i. \1, Henri. 2^ .n B a 



Theobald, 16/ 6 / 



Caldecott, Randolph, 15 / 7 a 
Campbell. Col. W., ^ mS c 
— Ilev. W. F., 2/ 10 rf 
Oapell- Brooke, Sir K.. de, 9 w 8 c 
('apen, Nahum, 28 ; 12 d 
Cardwell. Viscount. 16 / 7 o 
Funeral of. 22 / 6 d—24 / 10 i 



Furiilcr. (\)oper, 5 m 10 6 

Foui'he. Atlmna.«e. 16 / 6 / 

Fox. Kbenezer. 18 w 10 c 

Fraser, Col. the Hon. J. H., 80 m 10 c 

Gallienne. James, II / \2 d 

Gaskell. Samuel. 27 m 12 h 

Ged.-n. Hev. J. 1)., 15 m 9 # 



— Carey, Sir P. S..' 19 / 7 c 

— Chambord, Comtesse de, 26 m 5 «— 27 w 7 e 
—29 m 6 a— 80 m 6 " 

— Chrtfitel, l*rofes.sor, % ml d 

— Chernuide. .Mjijor-Gen. II. L., 5 / 7 a 

— Chichester. Karl of. 17 /« 9 / 

Funeral ol. 22 m 6 a 

— Childer.*. J. W., »/10r/ 
Choinumdelcy, Dowager Marchioness of, 6 



Gicquel, M.. 22 / 6 e 

Glos.sop, F. H. N., 28 / 12 c 

Goddard, Bouverie, 29 /if 8 A 

G. B, 18/11 10 c 

Go^set. Alajor Arthur. 13; 10 A 

Goujfeard. M., 9 « 8 « 

Uou^'h. J. B., 17 / 5 c— If},/ 10 *— 19 / 10 <( 

Grant, Miss ('harlotte, 2 m 10 d 

Gen. Sir J. T.. 23 y 10 h 



J Se 

(hute. Gen. Sir T., 15 m 9 e 

- Clarke. Kev. Adam. 19 ? 7 c 

(lay ton, .Major J. M., 26 m 5 / 

'■^— ( leimnt. M.. J I ; 7 6 

CoUbidd. T. S., 23 wi 10 6 

Collins, Frances. 22 m 6 r 

('olumb. Lt.-Gen. von. 16/6 / 

Colville, Col. C. U.. II iH o / 

< oiiaiy, Dr.. K. C., 19 f 7 c 

Cradock. Dr. F. II.. 28 j \2 o 

Fuiferal of, 29 y 7 c -2 / 10 6 

Oemieux M. Levy, ill y 10 6 

Cro8f*e. r. B., 25 m '» / 

Cros ley. licv. T.. 29 / 10 a 

Cu^tancc Gen. W. X.. 9 / 10 </ 

CzKJkowski. Michael, 25 ; 7 c— 28 / 12 c 

Dalyell. Sir U. A. O.. 23 > 10 h 

Danl»y. Thos.. 29 «i 8 6 

- De Chinniy, Prince. 15 m 9 « 

Desain. Marquis, I8 f* 10 « 

Dobbie. Lt.-Gen. G. S., 1 1 w 5 /* 

Dobbs. Conway UiitlMrd. 3 m I /»— 8 in 7 d 

Druunnond, Lady E. K,. 23 m 10 6 

Druinniond-llay. J. De V., 18 ; 10 a 

Dnndas, Lady M. M., 9 / 10 d 

Dupplin. Vi»*count. 12 //• 10 d 

Eber.sber(r, O. i\. 18 ; 10 6 

Enfiedjian, Abbe, 27 m 12 6 

ErringU)n. Abp., 20 > 6 c 

Faiardo, Gen.. 29 / 10 6 

Falkland, Adm. Lord, 2 f \0 d 

3^ 



Graves. Rev. James, 29 «i 8 6 

GrilBih. Ilev. (^has.. 15 ; 7 «• 

Gruzhnsky, Georgia Prince Okropiroviah, 

20 m 7 t 

Guerin. M. Jules, 27 ilO ^ 

Guthrie. Deputy Surt^.-Gen. Alex., 8 w 7 <i 

Hack. 1). P.. I5*«i 9 ^ 

Hancock. Gen. \V. S.. 10 /" 10 a— II /5c 

V uneral of, 1 2 / 5 // - 1 5 / 5 #» 

Popular Fund for tho Widow. 15 /"» « 

Hanson. Alfred. 1 1 / i» c- 

Harding, Li.-Col. VVm., 21 j 7 c-29 ; 10 a 

Harpur-Crewe. Sir John. 3 m 10 </ 

Hay. James Drummond, 18/ 5 « 

Heman**, G. W.. I » 5 r 

— ilennessy. M. Kich., 26 mh f 
Hetzel. vl. Jule-, \^ m 10 c 



— Hib'jert. J. N.. 5 i 7 u 

lloare. Jo««.. 25 / 7 ^ 

— llo(lgkiu'4on, Sir G. V... 30 /» lO r 

— Hoilis. Geo. Fu.ierHl of. 20 / 10 f 

— lloii.s'(mn-Bo.swell. Sir Ge*)., II ; 6 r 

— Howard. Lady Finny, I ) 5 r 
Kuneral of, 6 / 9./— 7; 6 d 



Hoyle. VVm.. 2 w lil a 

litait rin Sain, Prince, ^ mo U 

Humphry, Kev. G. VV.. Fun.ralof, 13 

W. G., 12 J 7 « 

Hutchin on. ('ol.. 13 / 10 6 

Imbriaid, Vittori«i, 7 ? 7 *? 

Jack.Hon, Kev. Thos.. 2i) m 7 / 

Jacobini, Card. Augelo, i m 12 c 

Janiu, »i. Jules. 13 / d 

Jebb. Kev. John. 13/10 6 

Juwett. J. Am 1 1 ; 6 r 

Kay, Rev. Wm., 21^76 

Kendall, Capt. J. J., 11 m. if 



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Deaths {^rontinvt*f) 

Kennedy. Ludv Evelvn. 12/7 f 

KniuhJ. Mnj ir-G.-n. L. E.. 2d / 7r— I f\Oa 

Kohne. Bhtoii de. 8 mi 7 c 

iiiine. Lt.-Col. J. H. U., 2H m 5 f 

I^Urun. CantUne 4 / 7 li 

Lfniiii. — 24 w 10 r 

Leopcilil, l*riiice. 4 / 7 ^ 

^^ Lippinctitt. John R.. the Americaa Buok 
PuMUher, « > o <?~7 / 7 « 

lAutiax, .Imiiic^. 31 m \0 d 

LttHrd, Hhv. r. G., 13 ; lO A 

Lutteortti. Dr. L. de, 2U w 8 e 

Maiu. Joa.. 18 ; in '< 

Funeral (»f. 21 i « c 

Notkte about. 23 / o /' 

Mac Iver. Chan.. 1 /' 5 r 

Miic<'arrhy. Dr. . aniel, 15 / 7 a 

Macdontdd. Dr. An^u^. 12 / <i b 

Mackenna. Senor V., iS f 12 U 

Madden. R. U,. 8 / 7 rf 

Mason, Hugh. S / 1 d 

Maver, Jos.. 21 ; 7 A 

M KHTie Prof. J.. 12 > 7 < 

MLauKhlaii. Rev. Dr. T.. 24 w in r 

- M'Nabb. D<'puty Surg.-Gen.. 25 ; 7 c 

Meller. Wnlter, 13 / Hi h 

MilviUe. ViiK;ouut. 1!> / 10 A 

- Miller. \l. Kuiiriinuel. 12 / 7 « 

Milum^ V^ifcounteaw. 23 /« 10 A 

Moiiii^iiuiery. Sir Hoht., II ut s\ / 

.^— Mix^rc, Veil. J. ('.. i m 7 A 

Morris. Prof. John 15 * n r» 

Mor^head. Adni. W. H. A. 22 / 6« 

~— Moures, Madame, ill MiUbank Prison, 23 
; 10 o 

Norc-ott. Gen. Sir W. S. U.. 25 ; 7 <? 

' Norfolk. Dowairer Dache^iii of. 23 m 10 h 

Rt-quiein .Ma^a for, ai Brompton Oratory, 



29 Mt » /—dOtu 5 / 

Notice about. 3<) w tf e 

01denbur»r, Duke Nicholas of, 27 / 10 d 

Oliphant. Mm. Laurence. 2i y 7A~23; IDA 

- O^niaii MurKhaid. >hi ikh. \< j ti a 
•»— Palmer. Klizabe li Ru h, 2 m 1 A 
— ^ Panckoucke. .VI. Krne^i, 7 / 3 « 

Peach. (\ W.. 8 in 7 d 

Pepys. P. H.. 12/ « A 

Perkins. Rev. R. R. 12 /'« h 

^— Pheltps. I-it. Jiihn. 25 ; 7 »• 

Pliilipps. Dr. A., 2'^ / 7 >- 

^— Poitciiielli. SiKitor Amcli .i, 19 / 7 r 

I'oolf. J III*., 18 /« !'• /• 

• Portugal. King FerdiuauJ of. Notice about, 

II iM f 
— Povah Rev. ('ha-.. 18 /« 10 r 

Price Maj.M W. K,. 11 / ••2d 

Prior. MMJ»r-Gen.. 9 / n» |. 

Pryor .Iniiifs. 2i* / JO»r 

Qu.iioize Viconite Vd.iin, 25 / 10 a 

Raab, Geo., 13 7 H» A 

Ransonie. R. C. 8 w 7 ^ 

Rt-ad. R. W.. 10 //. 8 e 

Reade E. A. 1« / « / 

^— Richardson. C-eo., 'iS m bj 

Rickett. Sir Heiuy. \ ml b 

JiobertH, G. VV.. '£^ j W a 



T>ftathM (lontiniied), 

Kobr'rt>oii J. E. P. 3 m 10 d 

Roihes. DowHfcer Countess of, 25 ; 7 

Lady, 12 M5 A 

SMMHMha. Duch<s«ede, 27 ; 10 cf 

Saltoun, Lord. 3 / 7 d 

St. Rrirbf. - . 2«i / 6 A 

St. Vidlier, (\nute de. 6/5 c 

S<hinilt. .lull in. 30 m 10 c 

Schniot»lz»-r. Jacob, 12/7 « 

Schwa rzf, F. O. von, 28 > 12 f 

Seillaczek, .lolin. 9 / 9 / 

Sevnio ir Horatio, 15 / 6 «— 16 / 6 / 

*F. oral, 17 / 6c 

ShadWi 11. Adm. Sir C. P. A.. 4 m 12 c 

Shear wood. Miss Helen, 18 m 5 / 

— Sherard. Lord, 17 #» 9./" 

Shipton, ('apt. J. M., 8 « 7 rf 

Sidey. Dr. J. A., 25 f 10 u 

• — Siniprton. Rev. (lanon, lo /« 8 c 

— Mnglfton, CoL F. C, 10 /*5s 

— Snmh, Rev. Jos., 3 m 10 d 

Somerset. Gen. E. A.. 13 /a II f 

Soniinisc'ii, Count i^^.. I / fi // 

S]it'ackMian. W.dter, 15 m 9 6 

Speke. G. F., 9 /a S r 

Stanford. Rev. Chis., 22 m de 

— Stefanovici. M., 15 m 9 « 

Stevens. Henry. 2 m 1 A— 6 « 10 6 

Stir tun. Geo., '11 m c 

Storrwr. Dr. J.»lin. 12 m 10 d 

Stradbroke, I-ord. 29 ) 7 a 

Straihrdliin Viscount. 2i» j 6 s 

Sinatfeild, J. F., 20 w 7 /" 

Stun, Col. »'. N., 15 iH 9 s 

Funeral of. i9 *« 1 1 a— 20 mil/ 

Snbhi, Pasha, b f 1 f 

Sugden, Hon. and Rev. F., 80 / 6 « 

Tnlmage. C. G.. 2i» m 5/ 

Taylor. Sir Henry, 30 « 10 a 

Gen. R. G., 3 m 10 d 

Tecchio. Subrts!i«no. -'9 / 10 a 

Teschenberg, Baron E. von, 26/ 10 e 

Thomas, Edw.. 13/6 d 

Thomson. Col. Geo.. 15 / 7 a 

- Thurn audi axis PrineeM Mathilda of , 25 

Torlonia. Prince. 9 /" 10 a-10/6 t 

Trench. Archbishop of Dublin, 29 « 6 </— 

29 ni 8 a 

Tschudi, F. von 28/12 </— 80 / 6 « 

Tucker. Adra. J. J.. 18 m 10 c 

TuUoch, Very Rev. Principal. 15/6 a 

Turnor, Chri-topher, 11 w 5/ 

Tyrwhitt, Lt.-Gen. i:., 19 m 10 A 

FunerHl of, 24 « 9 / 

Unruh H».rr von, 5/7 / 

- Vallier, Comie de Saint, 6/7 /* 

Villebois. Henry, 23 /« 10 A 

Waddell, Capt J. T.. 80 m 10 <? 

Waveney, Lord, 16./ 6 /* 

\^eb8ter. Sir A. F. G. D., 80 m 10 a 

Wheelhouse, Sir W. St. J., 9 w 8 c 

White, Gen. Sir H. D., 30 m 10 c 

Wiersbitzki, (). von C. s m 7 <p 

Williams, Hev. lienjamin, 2^ 6 • 

Peury, 9/ IV rf ^ 



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[Jan. 1 to 



Deaths (ronttnued), 

• Wijrjiinton, — , 12 ; 7 c 

Wibon, Lt.-Gin. T. F., 1 m 7 0-2 m 10 d 

— 8 »w 5 c 

— Wood. Shaki'spere. 3 / 7 c/- 11/ / 
' Kuiiornl of. HO »i 9 e 

Yule. SirO. U.. \A j i\ h 

^^ Ypsibinti Trince Gregory, 22 / 6 e 

- — FunerHl of. 9 m T* h 

State of his Affairs. 12 w 5 c 

Zunz. Dr. Leofiold. 22 »j fJ c 

l)e Beera Minini; (\)mp«ny. 2/11 c 
DecAzeR (Due) H« alth of, 24 m 9 / 

l)e J.vAe V K.) on the New Adiiiiralty and War 
Officea. 8 w H /• 

Deilagana & Co.. 81 iw 11 r 

Demagogues and the Local Government Boarl, 

10 / 7 fl 
DENMAKE : - 

- c risis in. 9 / 6 / 

Finandhl Affairs. 29 / A— 1 1 /5 f 

Legihlative rroeeedings, 9 ; 5 /— 27/ 10 e 

—28.7 8 /— 27 m7 / 

Sugar Duties. 9 ; fl f 



PolllicHl i cnflict in. 19 ; 8 n 

PuMic Woik!« in. II / 5 / 

Sentence on .VI. Rerg (*onfirmed, 12 i BJ 

— M. Berg Ke«igns, 14 i (> r 

— on M. Honip Quaslud. 5 / 6 e 
SnowMtorm in, 6 m 7 e 



Denton (K. B ) oi» the Dog Regulations. 19 ; 7 /" 

on the Kxiraonlinary Winter, 4 m 4 « 

Deptford Ragged and Industrial Shool, Opening 

of, hy the TrincesH Loui^iu. 18 m 12 #t 
iJtraniore ;L(»rd) Bar.qnei af Devizes to, on his 

Ele\atio'n to ihe I'eeiMge. 17 tti 10 a 
Derby ' l*ord' Muvenunts of. lo / 9 e 
Devns. Kouilcdge and Cunipiiny 1 1 / 1 1 r 
De VeM'i (Loru) ;ind Mr. (Gladstone 1 7 / 6 rf 
Devonshire Club, House D-nner 8si m 8 b 
Diamond AccoUMt of the Big. 27 / 1 1 / 
Diaz (Col. Juan) on the Uiuguayan Debt, 25 ; 

11 b 
Dilke i^Sir rha« ) at Ru-by. I / 4 /i 

and ihe < lu-lsea Conferva fives. 2f» / 10,/ 

and his CNHi«iiiuenls. \b nt \) f — \7 m A a 

Defin»e. 'Hi / \u e 

and ihe Divorce Sijit. 1 1 / 9 / -4 / 5 / 

and I lie (ilasgow Libendii. lij / 7 #/ 

- and !h.- (J ivtrnniej t 1 1 / 10 o 

at KfUf* I New Town. 27 /w 12 / 

Nolle » about. 17 / 7 r — 2:i w 9 / 

Dil' e (l^sniv) on Technic.d Kduoit:oi», fi / 6 c 
]>iploniatic New.H. 12 / H / — 2(1 ? ;> / — | / y /— 22 

/ :♦ /-2 ,n «» /- 4 in 9 ./— 17 iM 8 r— 18 m 12 h 
Dis-e labli-hiuent, 4 / 4 //—lb ; 12 (/— 3 in 7 d— 

In III i ^ 

Ltird Oanbrook on, 14 ; H « 

and < h.nch Reform, 8j 10 ,i— 11 ; 4 /" 

Se >ttli. 10 / 4 / 

in Whies. 8 «/8 6 

Di«raeli(i<.;Lord Beaconsfi Id*s Corresiiondence, 
lo / ««/ 

Di.^lill rs Company, 8/11* 

Dl^U(•^s in Niinhumpton, 20y 7 J 

iu the North. 28 j 6 /* 

— — Ht Nottingham, 2 / lu <f 



WtufmudogB 



Distress among Penmen, 13 /* 12 </ 
in Sniderland. 21 / 9 /" 

in Windsor. 12 / 6 r 

Dividends. Bankrupt, see every 

and Sntvrdiiy^s papei' 
DIVOECEOJDitl.— 

Badger r. Badger. A m S d 

- Breit i;. Brett and MKerrow, 27/ 5 / 

Brooke v. Brof>ke. 16;6rt — 16>8tt 

Champion r. Champion. 4 / 8 a 

Clarkson r. Clarks«m. 19 w 3 / 

Crawford t*. Crawford and Dilke, 6 / i« — 

— 9/4 n — 13 / 12 a 

^ Notes on, 16 / 7 e-l7 /'7 /-18 y 6 <?— 

22 / 10« 

Notice about. 26 / 9 / 

Davey v. Davey and Davey, 2 m 3 c 

Edge 0. Kdge. 12 / 3 « 

Edwards r. Kd wards. 9 fA a 

KInihirst v. EIndiirst, 25 m 3 / 

Farrer i*. i arrer and May, 16 i 4 rf 

Friend r. Friend. 27 f'nf 

dabbitas v. Gabbitas and Chico, 8/4 '/ 

Glos^op V. Glossop and Flather, 19 i 4 a 

Graves v. Graves, 28 m 4 h 

liarbridge v. liarbridge and others, 15 / 3/ 

Howard t\ Howard. 16/4rf 

Malcnlm r. Malcolm, 2ft / 4 b 

Maw8on v. Maws<m and Knight, 2 r 8 f 

MCann i*. M'Cann and !n«»ther, l« » 4 rf 

Merritt v. Merritt and Kirby, 2 / 8 e 

Money v. Money, II m A a 

Naylor r. Nay lor and Baynes. 27 in 5 / 

Neuburg »?. Neuburg, 19 w '6f 

Pitts r. Pifts 6 «i « n 

Flayer «•. Flayer »ind Kill*. 20 / 4 t 

Priestly r. Priestly and Rogers, 16 i 4 rf 

Roller r. Roller and Mondehare. 19 / 3 i/ 

T(»wnley r. Townley ami l^ylc la w 4 a 

Scrope- Ferrers r. Strop -Ferrers, 9 in 4 6 

Sly V. Sly and otheis. 22 / 4 b 

— Sonmiers v. Sommers 22 «•. 4 f 

StMnho{»e r. Stanhoi>e and Adye, 3 m 4 6 

WiUon i\ WiNon, 26 / 4 <i 

Wyatt i;. Wyatt. 1 «/ 4 / 

Dixnn (John ■ on the Uneujploved. \\ f% h 
Dobbs (A. K.)on the Metrnpolitau Water Supply, 

18 ; 13 / 
Dork Company, 28 / 1 1 /" 
DOCKS :— 
Alexandra (Newport and South Wales), 3 

w 11 <• 

Rule. 20 III 18 e 

Dry of London. 9/11 A 

Ka<f and West India, 21 ; 11 c 

Hull. 6/11 « 

L«imlon and St. Katharine, 18 / II rf— 29 j 

11 e 

Milford. 12 w 11 d 

Millwall. 6 Ml tf~l5/ll s-22y 11 d 

NewiH)rt Slipway and Dry, 4/116 

— lioyal Albert, Inspection of, 5 f 7 d 

Southampton. 14 ; 11 c/-8 / Us-ll fWd 

State of >hare8 in Companies, see erery 

(/rfy*5 paper 

Surrey Commercial, 19y 11 J— 3 mil c— 12 

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]>Ouks {continuAit), 

Fate of the Fiend who Fired the Victoria 

Docks, 5 m 13 f! 

D<ig8, Home for Lost. 5 > U /*— 21 j 7 f 

Police Kefpulatiuiis, l« / 11 /— 19 j 7/ 

Rabies in, 18 ; H r 

Stray, in France. 7 i S <i 

Terrier Show at the Koynl Aquarium, II 

«i 7 c 
DoDiefltic Fireplaces, lecture on, 8 / 3 6 

Note on. o / H U 

Df>natellt>. Fifah Centenary Celebration of his 

Birth. \7 t b tf 
Doncaster. New Magistrate for, 4 ; 8 e 
D«irchester (l^rd) on ihe Cross Bones Disused 

Burinl Qruund, 29 9 14 e 

on the Unemployed 19fii 13</ 

Dorsetshire Ldibaurers. Meeting of, 8 / 7 a— 16 

/ 6c 
Douglas (R. K.) on China and Barmah, 9/76 
Dover, CarniTiil st, I 7 4 
Guard I'rimm. a l)eep Boring at, 7 9*12 </ 

Harb«>ar Works. 21 / ♦» a 

Dorercourt (/liff Hotel (^mipainy. 19 /"ll d 

Doyle (F. H.) un the liiot in Lonthm. 11/8/ 
Drttn/nought Seamen's Hospital, Meeting of the 

Committee, 29 m 6 / 
Drvw (Itcv. A. W.) Help the Little OnesaldO, 19 

-^ — vKev. H.) N«)tice about, \0 m 9 f 
Drink Bill for 1^85 Note on. 20 m 6 / 
Drowned— a Man Found, in the liegenfs Canal, 

at Hackney, J. Laurence. 13 / 4 / 
Druids* Sew Yi-ar's Din iter at OxforJ, 2 / 7 d 
Dublin University— (examinations, 21 / 6 /" 
Ducliy of LaiiCHster. iieport. 9 in M> / 
Duckworth (K.) oil the St. Johirs Wood Blind 

School. I r> ; 8 t 
Duel with Swords between Sigor Luzzatto and 

Sigiior de I'm 12 7 5 « 

I'rince Amadee de Broglie and Vicomte de 

Tredurn, 1 7 /« 5 c 

Dulferin (Countess of) Fund, 12/5 s^25y 11 e 

— lOwo t 
— ^ Donation from the Queen. W f9 T 
DufBt'ld (liev. li. U.; on Convicts* Children, 29 

; 14 fi 
Duncan (John) Trade Depression aid work for 

the Unemployed. 27 / 6 / 
I>uncoiube ^E. H.) on the Itiot in London, 11/ 7 a 
l>undonald ( Lord ) Gordon and the Soudan, 26 ; 

Wd 
Durham. Attempt to Wreck the House of the 

Manager of the South Mudoiu^ley Colliery, 26 

m 11 / 
New Magistrates for. 2 ; 5 e 

Uuirersity, Miscedaneous News, 26 ; 12 6 

—8 m 10 a 

Dwellings of the People. Annual Meeting of the 
Council of, at the Mansion House, 27 m 12 d 

K. 
Eade (Geo.; on the late Fire in the Charterhouse, 

16/ 7s 
Eartnquake in Central America, 16 j 5/ 

in Albano. 18 7 5s 

in Devonshire, 6/9/ 



Earthquake in Cornwall, 21 ; 6/ 

at Ecuador, 1 7 5 e 

— — in Italy. 8 m 6 a 
in Kent, 7 i S e 

- in Spain, 1 / 6 c — 16 m 5 e 
Shocks in Koumelia. 11 i o h 

Ea^t India Association, (Circular to the Members 
of Pailiament, 1 m 7 A 

Papers Uead before. 27 / 10 d 

Eastern Crisis, I 7 3 a — 2 / 6 «— 5 7 5 r— 6/ 6 a 
— 7 7 h—S i b r — 9 / 5 «— 11 7 4 «— II ; 5 a 

— 12 ;6«— 14 / ort-16 7 5M— 18)6 6— 19/5 
a •-20 / 5 rf— 21 / 5 a —22 ; 5 a— 23 i b a <k. e— 
25 7 6 ti— 26 7 5 a— 27 / 5 a— 28 ; 5 a— 29 / 5 a 
—80/5 « — I /■5 a— 2 J 6 a — 4 / 6 «— 5 /*5 « 
—6 / 5a-8 /5 a— 9 f 5 a— 10/ 5a-ll / 5 
a— 12 /5a-^l3/ 5 a— 16 /" 6 n — 16 / 5 «— 17 
fb <i — 18 / 5 a-19 / 5 a-20 / 5 a-22/b .t 
— .2:< / 5 a— 24 f 6 n— 25 / 6 «— 26 / 5 a - 27 / 
7 « — 1 « 6 a— 2 m 5 a — 3 m 5 a — 4 m 5 a — 5 in 
6 a— 6 Ml 7 #1—8 w 5 n- 9 /« 5 n — 10 m 5 a — II 
»i 5 «i — 1 2 w 5 *i — 1 3 /« 7 rt — I .') tit 5 /> — 1 6 «l 5 
a- 18 M 5 r— 19 »« 5 a— 20 •« 7 a— 22 m 5 u— 
23 fii 5 a — 2i ffi 5 u -25 m 5 a— 20 m -'> a— 27 
IN 7 a — 30 Ml 5 u — 31 1.1 5 a 

AL'reement of Turkey to the Prince Alex- 

andei% App«»iiit.nent for Life 25 m b a 

Arie*t of Pro-Kussian Agitators, 24 m 5 a 

—26 m 5 ri 

Articles of the Co »ven.ion, 6 / 5 a 

- Bulgaria and Servia at Liberty to Renew 
the War, 2 w 5 u 

Bulgarian Answer to the Collective Note, 

21 I b >i 

Collective Note of the Powers asking for 

Partial Disarm iin.Mt of iiulgiri>i, -^ervia an I 
Greece. 13 7 5 u - 1 4 j 5 #1 — 19 y 5 «- 29 f b a 

ConventiOii on ilie Crisis. 10 / "» a 

Demobilization (^mimencod. 4 m 5 a 

Excfh uue of Trisoners. 15 > b a 

and Pro!>abL* Var with Grei*co, SO m b a 

Mec'tings of the Delegates^ 12/ 5 a— 13/5 a 

— 23 / o I -9 //I a 

New Collective Note. 3O7 5 a— ly 6 o— 2 / 

5 (I 
Text of 4 f 5 ri 

- - Peac« Co.iferetice. 15/6 n — 16 / 6 a — 18 / 
5 — 24 f b a —25 / 5 a — 12 m 5 a — 16 m 6 6— • 
27 /« 7 <i— 31 m b a 

Prince Alexander Persists in having the 

Governorship of Eastern lioumelia for an In- 
definite Tiiuo. 17 i« 5 <i — 18 /« 5 a— 19 wi 5 a — 
2t) m 7 a 

(Consultations about. 2<i m 5 a 

Uusoia and the lioum lian Question, 29 

m 5 n 

Servia and Greece answer th.^ Note by a 

Refusal to Di.^arin, 18 / 6 6 -21 / 5 /t 

Servian Treaty. 26 / 5 a— 2 /w 5 a— 3 m b a 

— 8 m 6 tt 

Servo- B 111 iCarian Treaty of Peace, 12 m 5 a 

— 1 o w (■ — i 7 /A 5 a— 1 9 M/ o a 
Trejity of Peace— TeKt of, 4 •« 5 o 

Ti rgJ-Bulifarian Agreement, of 19 m 6 a 

Tiir:.» Bulgarian l)oiiventioii, 18/5 a — 19 

/ b a — i.) / 5 H — •» lu 5 «t— 8 m 5 h — 10 wi 5 a — 
1 1 in 5 u — 1 3 /M 5 If 

41 



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PALMKR S INDRX TO " TUE TIMES' NBW8PAPKR. 



f Jan. I 10 



Kavtern rriiii— Tnrki*h Draft Treaty. 17 / 7 « 
Eburjr (Lord) Sunday Opening of Museums, 18 

Eocleniflsficiil Appointments. »ee Clerical 

(^ommiMion. Blue Rook. 25 im SI e 

Re 'nnmic Life AM^^uranue Society, 21> mil/ 
Ecimdor. Nevn fnmi. 18 / 6 «— 10 for 
Edinburgh International Exhibition, see Intsb- 

NATIONAL 

- Orc'heiitrMl Fe8tiv«l. \7 f 9 f 

Univ<T8ity, DeftiveA 2'.» w 7 fi 

~ New I.ectiirefihip Knilowe<l by Lord Hose- 
bery. 2 MO /» 

It. ctori.hip of. 8 / (» c/— 8 m 10 /• 20 m 7 / 

Matintics 12 ; 7 /' 

■ Et-.dowment As!>ociation. Annual Meeting, 
2/9 / 

Edis (K. W.) Travellers in Frsnce. »5 ; 4 <• 
EJlin (Kev. V.) IHscnvety of Stone Coffins in 

(^otteffhnM>ke Churchyard. 2«; w 14 s 
EDUCATION:— 

As^'oc'iHtion of Gerninn Teachers. Annusl 

Meeting. \S i 7 d 

Abp. of Cnnt<*rhury on Keligions, 29 ; 12 A 

Cofleof 8m6. 24 /'ll e-27 / Ida 

- Cnnintission on 4 ; 13 s— 13 ; 10 <f~l4 / 9 
/— 1« / W/-22f n /— 2»; 10 6-4 m 8 6—11 ttt 
II f-~2n m 9 /- 81 i» I I / 

of Deaf and Dumb (. hildren. 18/8 6—27 m 

4d 

Dilke (I^dy) on Technic«L 6 ; 6 r 

Klementary. ot Oirln, I4> 18 e— 19 i 7y— 26 

; 18 c 

Schools. Evening (Masses, Conference at 
the MHn>ion House on. IH / 7 c 
•^— Endownu'ntii. Sel«'(:t Committee on, 10 m 8 
r— 12 /M 8 <i - 1 7 III 9 ^— 2(> m 12 a 

Kxpulsinn of Children from Hoard Schools 

for Non-payment of Fees 2«» « 7 / 

^— Free Dinners foi Bonrd : ciiool Children, 12 
w 4 11 

■ Moti'in in Favour of. 4 w 10/ 

Meeting at the Society of Arts on, I / 6 r 

-5/ 18 e 

French Hill. 9 / fi r-?2 w 6 6 

- Gat-lic. Teriehing of. 27 im 12 a 

GeOKrapliical, 28 i 7 6 

I^egal, ApiHiintnient of Examiners for, 18 

176 

— - London School Board. Meetings. 15 ; 7 r< — 
22 ; 4 /i— 29 i 12 «— 12 / 7 tf-19 / 4 a— 28 / 5 
/— 6 m 18 s— 12 M 9 / — 19 m 10 6 26 in 12 n 
Budget. 5 / 7 «— 19 / 4/ 



- •— Kiection Petitiiin for the Finsbury Divi- 
sion. 22 /6S-26/6/' 

Expenditure. 4 f 7 c 

Financec. Note on 1] / 18 6 

New School m Shepherd's- buoh. 14 i 6 rf 

' Fro|K)sed 1 hanges in London School 

Work, 2 . / 6 r 

New Code, 24./ 1 1 €- 27/ 15 a 

Ought not School I iiasteis to be Trained 

for their Work, 19/ 6 / -8 / 6 #/ 

Pi'nny Hunks and SchiM>l Hoards, 2 w 1 1 r/ 

Public l)e(Mrtnient, l£x|ienditure, 20 m 7 d 

— > K«a .mg Sclio A Bo ml Kleciiun, lb m 7 d 
— ^ Honiau 1 aihulic, 8 / 6 « 



EducatiGii (ronttrmed), 

Science and Art Schools in Great Britain, 

21 /9 f 

Scottish, 10 IN 9/* 

Tethnical. 2 / 10 a 

University Teaching. 6 f6 e 

Welsh Intermediate. 21 m 5 «* 

Edwards (K. U.) Paper on the Lighthouse TUum- 
inants II m lOr/ 

Eicerton (li. E.) Free Kegistiatiou for the Un- 
employed. 19 / 14 o 

Eug Kxiraordinary, 15 w 4 a 

EGYPT : - 

Affairs of. Blue Hook on. 22 i 5 / 

Baring (Sir E.) Health of, 2 m 5«f— 17M5a 

Battle of Giniss, Official Despatch on, 10/ 

11 e 

Budget. 9 1 n 6—15 i 6 r 

Bu lied Biblical Cities of. Lecture OD, 16 m 

10 6' 

Coinave for, 22 / « r/- 19 % 5 a 

(^'Onipany of I >iM'ipliiie, \h m n n 

(^onespoiidence i'aptured (roiu the Enemy, 

7 / 5 a 

(^ossacks in the Soudan. 2/5 « 

CuMtonis II nd Kxports of, 4 ; 6 « 

1 aira and Domain I^>ans. 22 m 66 — 27 m 7 6 

Sutfar t rop. 11/6 h — 2 *« 5 6 

Death of Mr. KowKell G /« 7 6 

EngHgeincnt at Giiii^s 20 ; 4 s 

at Hiisheen. 15 in o a 

at Kiiyek. A i b d 

at Koj-heh. 1 ; 8 a— 5 fbd 



— Eng l^h Exploration in— Tanis and Naa- 
cratiii. 2t> / 8 fi 

— Kntimates. 28 9 10 a 

— FiminCiS. 8; 12 a— 27 /8 a— 4/ 12 a—S/ 
1 1 r— 2 IM 5 f 

— High Commissioners in. 5 / 10 a 

— the MahdiV Grave, 6 in 1 1 / 

— Meeting l)et ween I lie Khedive. Sir H. Wolflf 
and Mukhtar PaslKi, U / 5 6—21 j 5 c— 8y 5 
r— Vo / 5 /, — 5 m 6 /< 

— Miscellaneous News, 7 ;5a— 11 9*56—14 
i b c- lu I 6 ri-21 ) 6 f — 24 m 5 e— 27 « 7 *» 

— Nile Kxpedition. Keturn of Casualtiea, 18/ 
be 

— Pension Question. 1 1 m 5 6 

— Prismiers in. Awaiting Trial. 15 m 5 a 

— Sketch of Hussein Mor^hain, \0 j b d 

— and the Soudan. I ; 8 a — 1 ; 4 s— 2 / 5 a — 4 

5 rt— 6 ; 5 r— 6 / 5 6—7 ; 5 a-8 i 6 r-9 i 6 6 

— II / 5 6-14 ; 5<;— 15 /5<}— 16 / 5 6—18 9 6 
«/— 21 ; 5 r— 22 ; 5 6—28 i 5 6—28 ; 5 /— 29 ; 

6 /— 80 6 r— 2 / 5 / -5 / 5 c— 6 / 6 r— 8 f be 
—9 / 6 #1-11 /5 6 — la / 5r-l5 / 5</— 16/5 
s-17 / bd-i^ I 5 h— 2t» t b U^tK t b b^-'/Q f 
6 c-27 / 7 ''—I m 6 £r— 2 w 5 6-8 m 5 A--4 «i 
5 </— 5 m 5 6—6 m 7 6—8 in 5 c/-9 m 10 </-• 10 
M o e— 1 1 m 5 6 — 12 ih b /i — 16 m 5 6 — 17 iN5a 

— 18 IN 5 6—19 IN 5 a -22 m b 6—24 m 5 6- 25 
Mi 5 </— 26 m 5 r— 29 w 5 / 

Affniis in the. II ; 6 6 

- Lecture by Gen. Sir G. Graham on the 



Tiict.c>» in, 2/ / 12 6 

Pro|N»K('(l Company. Meeting at West* 



minstv-r Pal<«cc Hotel lo form a, 2iy 6 «f 



March 31, 1886.] palhsr's ikdrx to " thk timks ** NKWspArKR. 



ExQi 



IBgypi (continued), 

- Snakiii—an Act of Bmrery lit, by Priviite 
Baker 3 / 9 / 

Major Trotter lenret for Egypt to Visit a 

Friend. 2 t o e 

Three for Cent Fxian, 6/5 d 

War Budf(et8. 8 / 5 r 

Weat (JuRti<-e) Kepoita on the Present 

Judicial* Admiiiiittration. 15 m 5 ti—2\^ m S d 

Sir H. 1>. Wtiirs Mission, 5 / iu 6 

Nofe on, 6 w 3 / 

Kjryptian Question. Note on. 277 ^ ^ 
Klectioii huplicate Voters. 5 ; 10 c 

Ezpennen, I ; 4 ^ 2 ; 6 e-4 ; 4 6-5 ) ti d 

—7; 7/— 8 7 ««-»;• 7 6-11 ; 7r/— I2;6r— 
14 ; « ^-16 ; 6 /- IH ; U r— 27/10 c-ltf Ml 9 
tf— 2i m 6 r^'Jt:\ /## » / 

ELEOnOK P£TITI0>f8 : - 

26 I i«»/-l8/ni!-l» / 4 A'Sm 10/ 

to ParlianM'nt to hold all, in one Day, 7 MO e 

- Aylesbury. Am lo /— 5 m 10 ri 

Barrow-in-Furness 18 w 6 /i - 10 «n 10 f;~20 

m 7 «— 22 ml a -23 m 10 ri-24 in 10 r 

Ipswich. 15 / 6 /- 9 /ii 5 c— HI /« u <»— M m 

12 6— 12 m 10 r- IS w 12 6— loin lO/— Itfiii 

10 4/ -80 III 12 />— 81 Ml 8r 

- Kenninjrfoii, 26 m 10 6 

Norwich, 28^4 /—I8iii^ 6-19 mlOe-20 

m 7 s— 22 M 7 €1—28 m 10 a— 24 w 10 <— 25 m 
7y— 27 IN 8 r— 29 m 1 1 6—30 w 10 s— 81 la 11 6 

St. Andrew's, 17 / 6y 

Stepney. 20 / 10 6 

'1 hornbiiry, 2 ; 6 «— 22 fB «— 9 m 5 s— 10 m 

11 e— 11 Ml 12 6 
ELEOnON INTELLIOENaE:— 

Arniaifh Mid, 26 ; 10 6-27 i 10 </— 28j 6y 

-29;9/— 2/K/— 3^6c/ 

Banffshire. \o f \0 d 

-^ Barrow -Id- Forness, 27 m 7/— 80 « 10 d— 
81 m9/ 

Battersea. 26 f 10 /— 26 / 10 A— 2 w 12 /" 

Bedfordshire, South, 28 ; 6/— 8 / 7 «— 9/ 

6/^15 / 6ii 

Berwickshire, 16 / 6 </ 

Birmingham, West, 6/6 rf— lOy 10 d 

Cambirwell 6; 9 / 

Cardiff. 10/ lOd— 13 /" 6 rf- 15/'6</-16/* 

7 6—22 / 6 rf-24 / 8 6-2oy lOy— I « 7 6 

Note on, 2 w 10 / 

Carlow, County. 27 ; 10 rf— 28 ; 6 /— 80 j Be 

Cheshire. 13 i« 12 6—15 si 7 o— 17 m 10 /— 

19 M 8 r— 25 m 9 /- 24 m 1 1 c— 27 m 7/ 

Clackmannan and Kinross, 8 / 7 s 

Croydon. 9 j 7 6— 15 > 7 c— 28 j 10 o— 26 ; 

)0 6-27 ; 10 i/— 28 ; 6 /— 29 ; H) c 
Notes on. 29 ; 18 rf-80 /7a 

Derby. 80 ; 6 f. 6 / 6 rf-8 / 7 <-10y 10 </ 

Edinburgh, 2 ; 6 c— 6 f 9 /— 18 ; 10 r— 20 ; 

5 /— 23 ) 10 a— 30^ 6 <r— 1 / 7 s-6 / 6 d- Bf 
7S-10/ 10/ 

Notes on. 2/11 /'-i } 6 6 



— Elgin, Burghs. S /? r- 13 /*« </ 

Essex. 6 IN 10 J- 1 1 mB a— 22 in 7 cf— 27 m 

Flintahire, 16/7 6-18 fB /— 19 /•10 6— 20 

7 5 «— 22 / 6 ci— 24 / 8 6-26 /* 10 6—27/ 11 / 
—2 m 12 /— 3 IN 9 /'— 4 in 8 a 



Elei'tion Intelligenoe {continued). 

Galway. 3 / 6 «-4 / 6 /— 6 /■6 rf— 8 /"T «— 

9/'6/-9/'7a-ll/10 6-12/6 a &d— 13/ 

Grantham, 22 / 6 rf— 24 / 8 6 

Grimsby. »/ 6/— lOy lOcZ-ll riOrf— 12 

/«rf— 13 / 6</-15./6rf 

Note on, 15 / 6 i/ 

Hackney, South BfBd^Bfl 6-9 / 10 6 

10 / 10 /> & i/— 1 1 / 10 </— 12 / 6 d 

Halifax. 80 w 1<I </ 

Hawick. Burghs. 8 / 7 e— 11 / 10 </ 

Ipswich Inm 7o— 17 IN 10/-3I M9y 

L eds, 9 ^ 6/ — 13/ Bd 

Mid-Lothian. 6 / 6 d-8 / 7 <-l I / 10 </ 

Monaghan. North. 26/ 106-4 /'6y— 12/6(1 

Mom goinery shire. \ f B f 

— Newcasile-on-Tyne,*6 / 6 </— 8 /•7 «— 10/ 
Ui,/_-il / iOrf-12 t Bd^XBjBd 

Norfolk. 20 M 7 f 

Northimptondhire, Mid, 8 /'7 s— 10/ 10 d 

— 13 iBfi 
Que<'n*8 (^unty. 28 / 6 / -8y 7 «— 18/ 6 d 

>ht ffield. Bt B rf- 10 / 10 if 

Shropshire. 27 m 7 f 

Somerset, Sou:h, 28 f 12 a— 24 f 8 6—28 f 

10/ 

Staffordshire. North West, 9 fB f-^lSfBd 

Stirling. Burghs, 6/6 d^B / 7 s-Ily 10 d 

Suffolk. 22 m 7 <f 

Westmoreland, 20 m 7/ 

Torkshire, 2 /6 s— 11 m 8 a— 12m 10/* 

Electric Light Companies— Railway Electric 

Lighting ( -ompany. Prospectus, 3 m 1 1 6 

Notes on. 12/ 14 a— 19 m 14 u 

Act Amendment Bill 8 in 66— 16Ml4a 

Anglo American Brush. 3 / 11 s 

Electrical Power Storage. 27 m 18 d 

Maxim-Wesion, 16 > 11 rf-4/lI rf-15/ 

11 s-22/ 11 d 

at Lloyd's. 1 1 n 6 / 

National Company for the Distribution of 

Electricity by Secondary Generators, 9 m 1 1 6 
—22 mil/ 

Swan tTnited. 24 /" 1 1 r— 24 mils 

Electricity as a Motive Power. 81 m 10 6 

Eley. Brothers. 14 i 1 1 s— 28 / 1 1 / 

Elliot (A. D.) and his Constiuents. 15/ 6 df 

(Henry) on the East Koumehan Question, 

25 m 6 / 

Austria- Hungary as a Precedent, 16 m 4/ 

Elliott (J. G.) on the i'ongo Sute Loan, 15 w lO/* 
Ely (Bp. of ■ Consecration of. 19 ; 6 (f— 1/ 7 c— 9 

m II 

Installation of. 1 7 m 8 6 

Emanuel (L.) on the London Riots, 13 /"? a 
Emergency Committee, Report, '22/4 J 
Emigration Societies. Note on. 2 / 4 /' 

British and Colonial Emigration Society, 

Meeting. 15 ; \2 d 

- Deputation to <iovernment on, 18 / 7 </ 

East Knd Fund, Notes on 2/ 4 /— 6 m 13/ 

Information to Emigrants, Deputation to 

Government about, 9 iit 4/ 

Return of the Numbers, Nationalities, and 

Destination of Emigrants during the Past 
Month. 7 ; 1 1 (f -6 / 4 (£—6 m 6 e 



Eini 



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PALMKKS INDRX TO " TIIK TIMES NKW8PAPER. 



[Jan 1 W 



Emigration and the Unemployed. 11 m 8 6 

of l^oya, from I^ondon. 25 m 6 /' 

from Inlnnd .Statistica. 23 m 4 // 

to New Souih Wales. 14 / 7 //— 25 f 13 a 

to Queensland. 5 ; 11 i/— 16 ; 7 /"- 80 ; 7 f— 

12/ «c/— 18/« 116 
from the United Kingdom during the Paat 

Year, 7 ; 6 / 
Eniployere Liability Act Amendment Bill, 27 m 

12 // 
Kngineennfr Trade. Meeting at Bolton. II ./ ^./ 
England and the Irish Policy of Mr. Gladstone, 

thH Foreign Press on. 1 i) tn 5 b 

Holland and New Guinea, 24 fo^ 

English Funds, ttee each day*8 paper 

(^rown Speller (Company, !8 wi II d 

Diploma tisis and English Trade. 5 ; 7 « 

— — Government Securities, State of Shares in, 

hte ectry ilny*» poper 
Manufacturers, a Danger to, 9 ; 7 </— 28 ; 4 

a-2 / 4 / 
Parliamentary Situation, the French Press 

on. 21 1 o e—80 ; 5 b—bj 5 e 
— - German Press on. 2V) ; 5 6— I / 5 //— 6 / 5 A 
Kusjiian Press on, 29 ; 5 />— 30/ 6 6—1 fb b 

► 8y 5 6 

Vienna Journals on, 2jba 

^- — Sociali!>m, 10 m 5 r 

and Australian Copper Company, 12 / II s 

and Scottish Law Life Association, 'ib f Mb 

Entomological Collection— Dr. Hiley Presents Ids 

Collection to the United States National 

Museum, 20 ; 4 </ 
Equilty and Law Life Assurance Society, 17m 

11 6 
Equitable Fire Insurance Company, 20 / 1 1 b 
Esher (Lord) Hed h of. 17 w 9 #« 
Essex ' Lord) on the Irish Question, 20 ; 8 c 
ESTATES IN LIQUIDATION: — 

Baker, Thos.. 20 w 12 c 

Bare, A. F.. 2 ; 10 rf 

Barnes, Wra.. 80 ; 10 s 

Bel^rove Wm., 20 w 12 e 

Bellingham, G. A.. 18 w 13 s 

Benson. G. W., 17 / 12 d 

Bernard, Daniel. 16? 10 e 

Boyes, John. 18/lod 

Broughtoii, Faulknall. 27/13/ 

— - Bulman. James. «/ 12 d 

Caldwell and Stevenson, 17/12 e 

Cartwright, V\ m., 8i m 12 c 

Chambres. Arthur. 2 ; 10 of 

( harlion. R. and H. I., 19 / 11 

— Cheiry, Wm., 24 w 12 c 

Chew, Henry, 10 m 10 / 

Clark. Jane. 20 / 12 6 

-^— Coleman. Henry, 18 / 7 e 

Cossey. Chas., 3 m 12 c 

( oyte, W. B., 24 ; 12 </ 

Cooke, Edwin, 18 / 10 </ 

Crossley, W. H., 10 m 10 /* 

Crowley, Wm., 18/"10rf 

Davies, T. H. IG; 10 c 

Dillon. F. C. J. W., 6 w 10 c 

Dod. F. H.. V6f W^d 

Dunning. Thos., 20 /"12 c 

Fegen, Margaret Edith, 27 ' 13/ 

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Estates in Liquidation (continued), 

lirih, Herbert. 27 m I4rf 

Israel. 9 / I2cr 

Fletcher. EHw.. 6 w 10 c 

Frazer Robt.. 20 / 12 r 

Garrett. P. L.. 17 w 10 e 

Gilroy Snwin. 3(» / 10 e 

GooHhoh. Robt.. 2 / 1<» d 

Graham Wm.. 17 m 10^ 

Grininutt. MHrth.i K. K.. 2 / 10 </ 

(iruociKrk. Chas, 17 m m e 

Haines. J. P. W.. 20 m 12 #• 

Hampton, Henry. 2<» ; 12 <? 

Haslnrn. C, R.. 20 / 12 r 

Holham. W. B.. 80 ; 10 e 

Howard Ahel. 17 m 10/ 

lIOA'ar, R.ht.. 17 w lo« 

Hunllev. Thos*., 20 ; '2 c 

In^le. '. W.. V4m 12 r 

Jacklin. T. J. H.. 24 / 12 d 

Jones. B. (\. 27/13/ 

J«>hn, 3 w 12 c 

Thos., 24 f \2 a 



Kennedey, Annie F. E. H., 20 ; 12 c 

Kinipton. Wm.. G / 12// 

Ki»«g, Kdw., \'A m 13 s 

KniKhtley, W. P., 3 w 12<t 

Leek. John and Uich. 8 m 12 e 

Mil ward, Geo.. 17 ^ 12 rf 

Mineard Edwin. 10 / II c 

Moore. Noah. 24 m 12 c 

Morris and Pratt. 27 w 14 rf 

Nash. H. M.. 13 f 10 d 

Nightingale. L. R.. 10/ II <» 

Nutter. Thos., 3 w 12 e 

Oiites. Ann and Henry, 6 j 7 c 

0>born. W. P., 10 nt '0 / 

Pir^. W. N.. 20 m 12 « 

Policy. G. T.. H m \2c 

Pollock, Wm. jiin., 13 /« 13 « 

Ravenor. H. C, 20 / 12 r 

Reed, Ho wen & Co., 6 m 10 c 

Rees. W. H. 31 m 12 r 

Reichfiild. KIkin. 20/12 r 

Re>nold8 and Allen. 24 m 12 c 

Ru»"h, Arthur, 8 / 12 i/ 

Salisbury, E. R B., 24 m 12 c 

Saward. J. W.. 20 / 12 c 

Simpson, Thos., 13 / 7 « 

Smith. R. H., 3 m 12 r 

Spearman. E. R., \7/\2d 

Spencer. H. B.. 18 m' 12 c 

W. and H. B., 13 m 13 s 

Walter, 13 m 13 « 

Squires, Cyrus, 20 m 12 c 

Stot)e. J. H., 31 m 12 c 

Streeton. W. T.. 6 / 1 1 rf 

Taylor, John. 3 « 12 c 

Wm.. 3 w 12 r 

Thori)e, John, 8 / 12 d 

Tong. Joshua, 17 / 12 rf 

Townshend, Robt.. 17 / 12d 

Turney. W. B., 6 m 10 p 

Upton J. R. and J. R., jun., 30 / 10 / 

Walker. Wm.. 27 / 13/ 

Ward, Mark. 24 m 12 c 



Warren, Wm., lOy 1 1 c 



March 4l, 18d6.J palmkus ini»kx to ** tiik timks " nkh'^ii'ai'kic. 



Pin 



in Liquidation (rontinue'l), 

W arringtiHi. .J . A.. Sj \'l a 

Watson. rho«., :» ; 12 b 

Webb, H. T.. -iOj 12 h 

WeHUott. Caleb. 81 w 12 c 

Wesrniore, J. 11., 10 / II c 

Willett. W. H,(5.; 7r 

WilliHRii. Henry. 10 w 10 /" 

Worfi.lk. Wni.. M m \2 r 

Kion Biiildingfi. Notes. 2 ; 4 /— 5 /4 / — 17 w 4 c 

Kiiiiron Hoad. Notice about. 4/11/' 

Kvelina Ho5pUfllfur i^ick Children. Anniinl Fete, 

» 9 10 6 
£Terung Openinfr of MnseuinR, 3 / 1 . /" 
Kveritc (J.; * Picture of Agrarian Agitation, 26 

j 10 f 
Eves (A.) Sequel to tbe Fntnl Fire in Uidon 

Street. Bomujfh. 27 m 6 a 
Ewing (MrA. .J. H.) MemoriHl Fund. 5 j 4 a 
Execariiiii* —of M. Burdow^ki st Wnrsiiw. IH ? 5 « 

- of John Baines, for Murder, at Laiicabhire, 
10 / 7 r 

Oonin, for Murder, st Mullingar Gaol, 

ia>5/ 

Davis, for Murder, Ht'spited. 27 / 12 n 

Horton. for Murder, at Devizes. 2 / f> a 



of the Boy Lavelie, for Murder, Kespited, 

25/ !(»/* 

of Mary Hannah Leach, for Murder, Re- 

spi'ed. 1 / \\ h 

— of Owen M'Gill, for Murder, in Clioshire, 28 
J \\ d 
of Thos. Na>b, for Murder. 18 / 7 /— 2 w 8n 

- of Harry l''Htru;k, for .Murder. Respited, 4 

of Jacob Keigelhuth, for Murder. Respited, 

2o M I i e 

of David Rolerts. for Murder, at Cardiff, 

18 f 7 /—a m 7 / 

of George Saunders, for Murder, Ipswich. 

I7/« A 

Memorial to the Home Secretary to Ke- 

spite. 6 / i» /- 15 / 7 */ 

of \N illiam .<lie« hnn. at Cork 21 ; 6 A 



— of John '1 hurstoa. for Murder, at Norwich, 
liy 10 r 

— of Wm. Wel»h John. While at^d James, for 
Murder, at (^^iriish. » / 12 /' 

Explosions in Mii.es, Offer of a prize by the Os- 
tri«n Kaiwin Mines Owneis for a MeUud of 
Preventing 9 / 5 U 

Express Dairy Company, 1 /a 12 6 

F. 
Faculty of Advocates. Kdinburgh. 22 f9 f 
Fagan ^H. S.)on Dmn^eisui. 2\i j Sc 
I'^air Trade, sre Fkbb Trade 
Fiiitlairii ^ A ) on the Unemployed. 10 / 7 a 
Eairlax (A.) the Adnunistration of Justice and 

the Caucus, 23 t \0 a 
Familisiere d>' Guii>e, I i H 1 ^ 
Kanmakers' Company, Dinner. 6 m G A 
Fan^haw (11. E.) a Prophecy of Bp. Phillpott's, 

«/4/ 
Farm Pupil System. 2ii f S d 
Farming. Night Classes for Teaching the Sci- 
ence of, by 10 c 



Farmers* Alliance. Meeting 28 i 8 e -K) / 10 d 

i'o operative Societies, Note on, li / IH /* 

— and the .Meat C!oiisum.'rs, Meeting about, 
2 / 12 r 

Farquharsan (U.) on John Hunter's House, 5/3 

e~7 / H r 
Farrar f Archdii.) Welcome, on his Return from 

America. 13 ; Mt r 
Farren Geo ) on the Unemployed 22 fH)b 
Faithionable Intelligence. 12 ; 9 ^- 18 / 10 ci — 15 

/ « /. — 15 , H /— 25 J y /— 25 ; 9 /"- 3 / 9 6—12 

/ 5 /_I8 / 6 /•— 10 « 9 / — 15 ;«9« 
Fawcett (M. G.) the Second Reading of the 

Women's Suffrage Bill. 22 / 7 / 
Fayrer (.Sir J.) I eciure on ( holera. 4 m 5 s 
Fergusson (Jame^) Parliameut and Home Rule, 

29/7/ 
Ffennell (Henry) the Large Salmon of 1885, 14 

fid 
Fiiih Hatching at South Kensington Museum, 

27 / 4 / 
Ffolliott (John) the Liberals and the Chester 

Meerintr- S f 6 d 
Field and Tuer. on Uncut Books, U / 3 e 
Fielden (J.) on the Severe Weather, 9 ; H / 
Fife ( Lord ) and the Scottish Liberal Association, 

11 / 8r 

on the Irish Crisis. 30 ut iO e 

Finch-Hatton (Hon. .M. E. G.) and Constituents, 

2t» 9 / 
Finchley. a Colony of Disease at, 267 10 d 
Findi.ig bi^ Level. 25 / b 6 
FINE ARTS : - 

V<m Anffeli's Portrait of the Queen, on 

View in Pall Mall 10 / 7« 

Art E.xhibiiioi.a. 25 / lO r-1 /' 13 6— 15 A5 

/•— 23 / 4 «t-29 w 10 rt 
— Sales at Christie's. 19 7 7 d~-2S j 7 d-S 

fit /-22 M * — 17 w 4 /— 29 m 10 h 
'IVesdures Exhibition at Folkestone, 6 m 

13r -11 m 7 /■ 

— lUef»heim Picture, 20 /H/ 

— pHul Baudry*s •• Capid and Ppyche," on 
View at tlie Hanover (lalleiy, 12 /w 3 n 

"Kumenides * of .£sch>lus. Etchings to 

Illustrate 2 m 9 f 
of Paul Baudry in the Ecole des Beaux Arts, 

31 ni 5/i 

of 1 he Works of Paul Baudry to be held in 

Paris. \H / h h 

— Exhihiioi in Berlin, 1 1 w 6 /* 

Colonial Drawings. \^ j 7 J 

at Islington, 22 m ^ ft 

of DM Etigl'sh Water Colours. 25 « 12 a 

Old Masters, at the Koyal Acadeiuy, 1 / 

4«— 8 / 7 c 

oiF Pastels in Paris. II w 8 5 

of Picture? in the Palace of the Luxem- 

hourg 31 m 5 h 

Female School of Art, Annunl Distribution 

of Prizes, by the Marcliionesd of >alieibury, 3 
m9/ 

Grosvenor Gallery. Sir John Millais at, 1 j 

7 /._9 1 8 a 

Holroan Hunt Exhibition, 15 m 12 a 

Munkac2y*s New Picture^" the last Mo- 

menu of Monrt " Exhibited in Paris, 16/56 



Fin 



PALMKIt^8 INDEX TO ** THK TIMK8 ^ NKWSI'AI'KH, 



[Jan. I to 



Fine Arts {^ronitn-ff). 

M r. Lenclt^rV " At Kveninjf Time," 1 7 « 1 2 « 

Mrs. MuiiH)'* Portrait u( the Sulian of 

Johore. 1 2 Hi / 

N**w rrinm. 5 / 7 «— 12 i 11 / 

Fliotogriiptis of the Queen, U m 8 a 

- I'ioiuie Copyinj;, Noie on. 27 m 4 r 

— — Price S«le List of Miss Gamblers Beautiful 
Lfice Hiid JewfU 22 / 4 / 

of Mr (ireen'i (\)llection of Modern Pic- 



tures and Wsit«'r-('oluur Drawings. 8 / 8 A 

of (\>1. Kni-*8 (Ndlection of Modern Pic- 



tures, at ('liriatii**s. 28 / 4 « 

of Mr. M'C^onneCs Collection of Modern 



Picturt'S. 29 m Hi h 

of the late Mrs. Morgan's Art Collection 

in New Yoric, 5 w 6 o—d m 7 f/— 8 w h r/— 8 m 
5 d — 10 M 5 6- 11 m o 6 — 13 m 7 a — 15 m 5 a 
— 1 7 M 5 a 

of Mr. B. P. C. Noel's Collection of Pic- 



tures, at Chistie's. 28 / 4 / 
— Ko^al Academy. Me Kotal 

Scottish Academy Kxhibition. 15 /'4 s 



Sheplegh (^ourt Pictures. 25 i 8 /# 

- — Tttiner*s Drawings at the Koyal Acadimy, 
25 /4 s 

- Vandyck, a New, Discovered in Savoy, 2 1 
/ G « 

Winter Exhibition at the Royal Academy, 

4; lOrt— 7 /8 a 

Water Colour Exhibition at the Hue de Seee, 

8/6d 

Fire Insurance Association. 25 m 11 </ 

What to do when Dress Catches Fire, ? ;' 

4« 

Fires*. Inquests on. 6 / 7 « 
riBES: — 

— — ill Aldermanbury Avenue. City. 12 / ft A 
■ at Gate «S6 Co 's Fancy Goods Importers, 

25 ; 7 r/ 

at the An^lo-Continentsl Gusno Company's 

premises Silverlown 8 ^ « r/— 2 M / 

— ^ at the AniniMl Chtircoa I Company's Works, 
Shadwell. 22 m « / 

in liaxnett Road. Lavender Hill, Gallant 

Conduct of a FireniHU. 4 Mi / 

^^ at Buttersea. in Lothiir Street, Mrs. 

Roberts Burnt to Death, /ll w 6 /> 
— — in BirminKh:ini. at Colmo'eRow. 25 > 7 r/ 
•^— at Bradford. Mitchell's Worsted Spinners, 

II ;7« 

at lirighton. in Preston Barracks, 23 m 9,/' 

^— in BuilingtoH Street. 4 / (> a 

- in Buenod Ay res. the Catalinas (/UStom 
House. 18 /M la 

- at Caniberwell. In Albany Road 4 / 1» n 

at Cardiff, of Ksparto Grass, at Kant MiMtrs. 

15/t>/» 

— — in the Chsrtei house Note on. iny7« 
at Coll.-ird and (bollard's Pianoforte Manu- 
factory t:aiudeii Town. 4/06 

in Covent Ganien Market. \ m^ f 

in ]>alston, Harverson's Saw Mills, 29/n 7 cf 

— — in Detroit Destroying the Grand Theatre 

and Ferry's Seed Stores, 4 ; 5 e 

at Didoot Station, on the Great Western 

Railway, 12 tab U 



FLrea {rontin»td\. 

at Duflfryn Hall, the Welsh J'^eat of Lord 

Aberdare. 8 / 9 / 
at Duffy and Si>ns* Saw Milli*, Glaaahouse 

Street VauxliNll. H; l<i d 

in East Dulwich. at Cyprus Terrace. 9 / 10 if 

In EUKtcheap. at Wilson's Oil Manufactory, 

St. Mary's Hill. I4;tf</ 

- in Kuston Road. 11 j C% b 

in Fenchurch Street. City, 19 ; 11/ 

in Fetter Lane, at Kelly and Charles's 

Printing Premises. 22 m ti /' 
at Fli'uung's Wharf, West Ferry Road 

Millwall. 9 1110 

- in Florida. Key West. 31 w 5 ff 

in Fulham. in Britannia Road. 19 y 11 / 

in Giffard Street, Caledonian Road. 29 m 7 ff 

in Glasgow, at I'empleton's Carpet Factory, 

29 / 6 r 

at the Flour Mills of the Incor|>onition of 

Bakers. 8 H! •' 

in Gosweli Road, at Cyrus Street, 9 /"lO 4 

at Grand Junction Wlinrf. Paddiiiglon 

Haggis's Steam Saw vlilh. 12 / (» r 
— at HoUtng Mill C/ompany's Premises, Foster 

I^ne City. II m It) e 

in llonnsditch. 16/ 7t—\7/or. 

ill lloxton at Craven Street. 10 .a 8 r — 1 1 m 

10 s 
at Bridgnmn's Box and Packing Caae 

Manufactory. Eagle Whsrf Rimd. 21 / (i / 

at .lackson, Michigan, the P<M»r Hou!«e Des- 
troyed. 2t> ; 5 ff 

in Jer.«ey City the fiirie Railway f-ong Dock 

Des Fjvei^, 9 #a 5 A 

in ICennington at Glyn Street, Mr. S«>fach 

Suffocare<l. I i / (> '• 

in King's (^)un(y. at GiHKlbtKly's Tobacco 

Factory, rullamotv, n ih H e 

ill Kingston, at .Morgsn's Cotichbuilders, 30 

7 »/ 

a FMl^e Rep irt. I /Ms 



at Larken, I he Uri*i4ine Convent Destit>ved, 

18/ 5 « 

in Liverpool, at Norton Street, ft / 10 r/ 

in T>(»ri-aiue. Alleged Incendiarism, 14; fir 

at l^i.isville 11 i 5 d 

in M inch -iter, i i Partlan I Street. 8 / 9 /• 

in M}ir\lebone Lane. Prince of Wales's 

Puhiu*h<iuse, \K IN a f 

— at the Midi 4ndCo«l Wharf, Fuiham.9n0s 

at Montreal. St. Jean Baptitte Street, io / 

5e 
in Mossley at ihe Brun-wick (\>tton Spinn- 
ing C onipHiiy's Mill. 1*) »# 8 r 

at .Mowbray li«>:id, Upper Nt»rwoud. 2<l m 

10 (i 

in N«'w York, at the Monanh Line Whiirf, 

10 M 8 d 

iw North Road (-aledoiiian Road. 11 in 10 s 

Obi-rlin Fcnisle (^ollexi;. Ohio, 1 1 i o r 

in Old Kent Rosd si Albany Road, 22 w d f 

at 0|»orto Wharf, Narrow Street, Ratcliff, 

19 M 10 /— 25 f 12 c 

in Peckham, at Germain's Oil Shop, Queen's 

Hoad, 25 / 12 c 

at Peterborough, English's Timber Wharf, 

31 m 8 a 



March 81, 1886.] 



palmer's index to ''ths times" newspaper. 



Fia 



Tina (continued), 

in Philadelphia, three Urge MilU, 11 j5e 

18 Cotton and Woolen Mills Destroyed, 

\236h 

Six large Stores and two Hotels Des- 



trojed, 27 / 5 6 

— at Poplar, in Mainsly Street. I m 9 / 

— at Ramsbottom, C^hriatopher's Cotton Mill, 
10/ \0d 

— in Regent's Park Road. 8 /'B </ 
at Clarence Wharf. Kedhill Street. S fdd 



at St. LukeV. in Richmond Street. A f Sb 

at Sidcup, Fatal, at Foots Cray, 2 m 5 s 

— in the Strand, at Dicks' Printer, 9 / 10 e 

Denhani Yard, Danid Hainan Burnt to 



Death, 12 m !^ d 

at Stratford, Wellington, New Zealand, 34 

Houses Destroyed. 9 ; 5 /* 

at the Tottenham Sewage Works, Sage 

Green. 22 fdc 

in Trafalgar Road, Qld Kent Road, 25 ; 7 // 

at Troy, New York. I w 5 e 

in Union Street, Borough, Note on the 

Fatal 27 m 611 
in Valparaifo, in a Cafe in the CuUe 

Eanieralda, \2 m 6 h 

at Vauxhall. in Glasshouse Street, 8 ; 10 d 

at Vorde, the Boys' Orphanage Destroyed, 

Five Inmates Burnt to Dt*Ath \'S m 7 d 

in WeilinKton Road, Old Kent Road, Sm5 f 

in West Hartlepool, at the Northern Daiiy 

MaU OfBce, 22 / 6 e 

in Westminster, at Dacre Street, 9/in rf 

in Whitechapel,at the Co-operative Society's 

Stores. 1 9 3 A* 

Road, at Milward's Refreshment Rooms, 

2»m7 d 

at Wilmington. North Corolina. 2Z f h c 

in Wilson Street, Finsbury. 6 »« 7 « 

at Winnipeg, the Railway Station Destroyed, 

2 M 5 e 

in Winterthnr, 18 m 4 a 

at Woolwich Arsenal, 18/12 e 

Siemens's Telegraph Engineers, Harring- 
ton Road. '12 f ^ Q 

Firewood, Petition against the Bill for the Storage 
of. 8./ 7 c 

Yitmi, Commercial, Changes in, and Removals 
of, 1 7 9 c 

Firth (J. F. B.) on the Overhead Wires, 12 ; 10 6 

Fish Culture, 9/6/ 

in Itoly, 18/ 9/ 

Hatching at South Kensington Museum, 

27/4/ 

Seizure of Bad. 14 ;' 6 « 

Fisher (W. R.) on " Hinds," 29 j 10 h 
Fisheries Department of the Board of Trade, 13 

m%d''21m If-^dOm 11 e 
FISHERIES:— 
— American and Canadian, 19 ? 6 r— 20 ; 5 a 
—4/6 6 

Canadian, 8 m 6 if— 22 m 5 d 

«— Dee, 8 m 6 s 

Salmon. 28 m 4 cf 

Newfoundland, 9 m B b 

Blue Book on the Arrangements with 



France, 6 m 12 d 



Fisheries {rontinued). 

North Sea, 8 ; 9 /— 6/11 /— 20 mils 

Salmon. 8/6 A* 

Opening of the Season, 1 /*7/— 2 / 10 a 

~— Severn Salmon. 4 / 1 1 <f 

Tweed. 16 / II /> 

Salmon Net, 22 w 1 1 /— 29 m 9 c 



Fishmongers' ("Company, Banquet iit, 21 ;' 9 /* 
Fitzgerald (Rev. Ll. P.) Boycotting the Curtin 

Family, 18/7/ 
Fitzroy (O. (\)*on the CharHy Organization 

Society and the Mansion House Fund, 1 1 w 7 / 
Fitzwilliam (lion. H.) Adrlress to, 18y 6 c 
Five Centimes and i^ost, lo m 4 r 
Flint, Presentation to the (^jrporation of. hy Lord 

R. Gn)Hvenor and Mr. John Huberts, of a 

Painting of King Uichnrd II., U 9 / 
Flower ( i'rofetitfor) I^ectureon the Wings of Birds, 

22 f Ho 

Girls, IS/e^i— 18i7«— 16»6d 

Foljambe (— ) and his C^onstituents, 9 m 10/ 
Food Analysis in the (Mty. 28 ; 6 e 
Footpaths, Roytil (^ommisfion on. 4 m 10 / 
Fore Street Warehouj^e Cumi)any, 8 Ml s— 15^ 

li e 
Foreign Appointments. 2 ; 10 «-l6 j 10 r— 23 j 

12 a- 6 / 12a— 13 / 10 a— 20 / 13 «— 10 m 10 

c— 17 w 10 e 

- American and General Investments Trust 
Compnny, 27 wi 1 1 d 

Commeruial Intelligence, see everjf day*a 

paner 
Government Securities, State of Sh&res in, 

s«e fve.y dny^a paper 
Judirments. Kxecution of, 29 ;' 4 A— 4 / 4 /' 

Offloe. 6;9/-ll 7 9/— 13; I0«— 26>10 6 

— 9/ 9 r — II / I2rt-I6 fdd^\7/9 f 

'- Under f^ord Salisbury, 21 7 12 n 

Stock Kxi'hanjfe. in toery day*s pnper 

and ("Colonial Government Trust t'ompany, 

13; II </— 19 ; 11 //—SO ; 11 « 

Forman (II. B.) on Byron's Centenary, 22 m 6 <; 
For^ter (Itt. lion. W. K.) Health of. I ; 7 «-2i 

6« 4/ 5«— 5 ,9/-6/9/-7;6r— 8;9y- 

5/9 r—H)J\i /— 25 /5«-27 /U f 
Forteffcue (I^ord) oo the Irish (Question, 20/8 b 
Forth B.i.lge, 7/ 7 / 
Fortuna rompntiy. 19 w II / 
Forwood (A. b.) on the Delivery of Telegrams, 

4 w i;^ A 
Foster ( B. W. ) the Allotments and Small Holdings 

Debate, 2 / 6 /— 12 f 13 < 

Pnrti^r& Co,. 1(>; II e 

Fowle (r. W.) on Home Rule. 2/11 «-9i 10 b 
Fowler (VVm.) on Home Kule, 6 /« 16 6 

- (U. N.) on Mr. Grey's Amendment of the 
Welsh Church Bill. II mo e 

Fox. ("apture of a. in Marylebone. 15 /6 </ 

& I'o.. 12 m \\ li 

FRANCE :- 

Academy, Reception of M. Ludovic Halevy, 

Three Vacancies Filled up, 12 / 6 d— 16 

./ o /' 
— ^ and \f. Pasteur, 2 m b b 

Amnesty Committee, 27 / 6 rf— 30/6/ — 3 

/ 5 d—'A / 5 / 

-" o ' 47 



Fra 



ut 



ft 



PALHKR S INDEX TO " TflE TIHE8 NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



France {continued), 

AgrK'iiliunil Kxhibition in Paris. 22 / 5 d 

Mttdaine Alboni's Musical i'arty in Pari% 

16;5e 

Olebration of her 60th Birthday. 8 w 5 /* 

- and Annum and Codiin China. 4 7 6 «— 8 > 
6r— 29 / <>a— 2 t 5 d 

Anniversary of the Battle of Buzenval in 

1871, 18 7 5r/ 

of the Penth of Victor Hugo. 27 / 7 <» 

of Napoleon IIl.» M1188 and Ceiebration 

of, in Paris. H ; o */— 1 1 « « 

ReiiidK to he Allowed in ihe Army. 15 m h f 

- Bernard (t'Liude) Unvi-ilin|j ihe StaiHe ojf, 
Erected at the ( (ill.jre de France, H f o f 

M. Bert Appuimed itesiidi'nt for Annam^ 

Ac. 13 / <) r— 14 7 5 it— III 6 c— l5/<>e— 17 / 

5 6—18 m i^a 

Biarritz. 22 / 8 </ 

Gen. Billot. 26 /IS e 

V r. Blmini's Committee for a Charity 

Bazaar, I m 6 n 

Boiinieres (Hubert de) lioniance of Modern 

India. 6 / 6 r 

Boiilanger (General) Order of the Day, 9 j 

British C haittber of Commerce in Paris. 8 

m o c 

and American Schools. Report. \Sj 5 c 

Budj^et, la ? 5 r— 16 /« 5 e— 17 ni 6 c— 26 m 

6 </— 27 ttt 7 /-ai M n h 

Cabmet Crwis. I / 8 6—2 i 6 />— 4 j 6 t— 6 ; 

6 A~6y 6r— 7 y6<T 

New Cabinet. 8 ; 5 o— 9 j 5 d— 127 6 «— 

11 /6rf 

Cambodia. 26/9 ^— 2il n, 6 c 

Chiiibon (>1.; and Gviieral Boulanger, 12 

S 6 c 

Canal Proposed to Connect the Mediter- 

Tanean and ihe Rhine, 2/66 

and China. 28 /6e-2 / 6«/— 26y 10 / — 17 

»to r/— 19 w 5 h— 29 iH 6 c 

Carnival in Pari«. lU m 5 r 

Case of Capt. Henry Barley the Impostor, 

29 m 6 a 

Church and State in. II 76^ 

Clergy and tlk? PresH, 29 m 5 / 

(/CMuniunist Anniveritary Dinners, 19 m 6 c 

— 2<l fM 7 r 
— Court- Martial on Col. Herbinger, 12 / 6 /* 
— 18/6 ii 

Dilaiioii a Kepubiican Virtue. 24 / 6 6 

Diplomatic Appoiiitments, 4 / 6 

News. 28 7 6 r — 1 7 / 6 // 

New Spaniyh Ambassador holds his First 

Heceptitin in Paris, 29 / 6 a 

Drama and the Church. 5 / 6 c 

Depopulation of Rural Districts in, I6y 4 e 

Didicuhies of Pedestrians in, 12 / 6 d 

and Kgypt. 12 7 6 / 

Elections, 8 / 6 c— 16/5 ft 

KxpuUioii of the Princes from. 20 / 5 h 

the Fran aia on tiie English Fortifications, 

e/&c-l4 . OS 

a Falne i<e(K>rt. 15 76c 



— Freycinet ( vl. de) Circular on the Bnlgarian 
Question, 4 / 5 a 



Ftaace \^rontinu€ri). 

FamiliHtere de Guise, 5 7 3 c 

Gambetta's House. Wreaths Laid in the 

Room where he Died. 476a 

Germany and Spain 9 ; 5 r 

Grevy ' M.) and M. de Freycinet. 12 / 5 c 

the Tbree C irdinala and the Three 

Archbishops Protest on his Charge against the 

Clergy 1/6 « 
Intfiorts and Exports, 19 ; 6d— 16 f&d — 

16 »i 6 / 

and Indo-China, 1 1 ./ 5 « 

and Italy. 20 1 It d 

Le^fion of Honour, an English Barriater 

Appointed a Knight of, 1 > 8 ^ 

- I^egislative Proceedings, 18 7 6^-21 f Be 

—25 J 6 a— 26 / 5 r-5 / 5 « 9 / 5r — 10 / 6 rf 

— 22 f n «/— :{ lit 5 r — 1 2 m 5 « — 1 5 m 5 rf — 1 6 m 

5 />-19 m 5 //-22 m 5 /— 23 m 5 0—27 in 7 c & 

y— 29 M 5 / — 30 ill 5 h 

Bill Exclu(hng Monks and Nans front 



23/ 



Educating. 26 m 6 c 

Civil Funer.1l Bill. 19/56 

and the Decaaeville. Riot, 12 A* 6 6 

Defeat of the French .Ministry, 22 j 5 6 — 
5 r 

Election of President, 13 ; 6 c 
Prisiiient Grevy'n Message. 15 / 6 a 
Inquiry into tbe Murder of M. Barreoae, 
/ 

International Exhibition Scheiae, 29n»5y 
Ministerial Declaration, 18./ 6 a 
— ( Observations on. 18 ; 5 A 



29 j 



Pistol Sbots in. 26/ 6 r~27 / 7 c— 8 m &e 

Public Education, 5 / 6 e 

Re-forming of the Extreme Left. 16 » 6 # 

Re(>ort on the Expulsion of the Princes, 

1 m 6 a — 8 in 6 e 

Stipends of the Clergy, Debate on the 



Suspension of. \2 m h e 

Stormy Scene in. 6 / 5 e 



— Liszt V VI. 7 in Paris, 26 m 6 i 

— Loan Scheme 20 /a 7 6 

— and Madagascar, 676 /*— 7 ; 6 c— 18 i G *r — 
21 7 5 /— 25 / 6 «— 30 ; 6 r — 2 f'b c-8 / 6 e— 4 

J 8 c-6 / 6 c— 18 / 6 r-28 / 6 6—24 /6 6—26 
/ 6 c— 16 iM 6 c— II w 6 /— 18 w 12 — 15 Iff 6r 

Treaty wiih. Text of , 2 / 5 r— 16 /6 c/— 



27./' 7 r— 2 m o h^5 mb h — 8 woe 

— Louise Michel and Prince Krapotkine 

Liberated. 16 ; 5 e 

Preimring a Great Meeting for the Anni- 



versary of tbe Insurrection in Paris in 1871, 

11 m o c 

Military Appointments. 8 / 6 s 

Miscellsneaus News, 11/5 d — 20 fbb 

Napoleon (Prince) Letter to the Senatorf , 

24/ 5c 
New Loan, 16 m 5 a 

Year's Reception at the Elysee. 2 j 6 c 

Newspapet s o^'. How they Obtain News, 2 m 

bh 

Orleanism in, 19 m 5 e 

*— the Oi leanists and the Republic, 22 / 4 r 

Gleans I*rinces, 6/6 6—8 / 6 <— 10 / 8/ 

—2 M 6 6 — 3 III 5 c— 6 m b a 

Text of the Acts aicainst. 4 « 5 c 



March 31, I88G.J palmkk's ini>icx to ** thb riMica " nkwmi*apkr. 



Gas 



(continneft*, 

— Ourrftj^e on a Young Worn in in 3 m 10/ 

— Paris (( -oiiite df) at Cann^'S '^^ t i> '• 
Bourse, a Man Discharges a Kevulver in, 



6 M 7r 

Bar, Bill to lte-organizi> Admismon fo, 1 1 



m z% r 



hh 



ManicipMliry. the Prefect's Address, 18./ 

Exhibition of 1889. IS i 6 / 

Falling oflF of Visitors. I9'i 5 <? 

as an Historie City, 27 / 18 h 

Increase of Panperism in. 10 iw 4 ^ 

\AVMi Scheme with LotU-rj Bonds and 

Drawings. 1!) / n ^ 

Maslced BhII at, 31 m 4 / 

Press on the Defeat of the Salisbury 



Cabinet, '1% i 5 e 

Hioting in (he fhoiiart Peniten^'ary, by 



the Prisoner^. 25 y' 5 / 

Salvation Array in, 10 / 5 «/ 

Socialists. {) / 5 A 



— Phylloxera in France. 10 m 5 ^ 

— Political Prisoners to be Ueleased, 1 4 / 5 « 
— 1 1' joe 

Retrospect of the pnst Year, I ; 3 6 



Politifs in the French Anny, 2 / h h 
Public Orders in 15 / o e 
Railway Murdets in France, 18 / 5 tl 
Tiavellingin. 2i> lod 



— Reformed Church in. Klec. ion of Elders, Ac, 
\o/od 

— Riois at Decazeville- Murder of the^ub- 
Oirector of the Mines 30 ; 5 / — ! / « a —(J/5 6 

— 2 M o /#— 3 iM 5 c — 4 Hi o li— 5 m 10 c— lu la 3 
c— .12 m 5 '—13 m 7 r — ir> m 5 rf—lC m Ct 6 

Sentences on (he Rioters, 1(5/6 6—9 in 5 c 

— and Russia. 2.'» tu o d 

— Sale at Malplaqaet of ** le Fameur Verre 
de Mariborf»ugh,* 1 1 m o h 

— Scruiin de Liste Object of. 5 ; 5 6 

— and SiHui. 2.5 / ,5 c— 3 m 5 /i 

— and Spain. 2(i j 5 6-G/5 d—S m 5 e— IS m 
7 a 

— Strikes in, I w c— 2 m n h-^A m5 d 

— Theatrical News, 21 j .> «-2."» / 6 a- 13 iw 7 
—29 m i> a 

"ilamlet" on the Stage in, 1 « 6 A— 15 «i 

6./- 

— and Tonquin 20 ; 5 r— 2."i / (5 €—27 ; in « — 
lytJr — H)/ « /—IS / 6//— 3 tu 5 </— 31 mne 

— Torpedo Boatd for, 8 m 5 / 

— and the Transvaal. 19 / i; c 

— *• Union des Gauches" New President, 8 / 
o r 

: — (Jnury Laws on BilUof Exchange Repealed, 
15 ; n {' 

— and (he Vatican, 13 / 5 «— .G /m » c 

Vintage, 15 y 3 /*— 30 ; 9/ 

Returns, <i 7 5 ^ 



and Venezuela. 29 w* c 

Wagner Question. 15 / 5 ^ 

— Wales ( Prince of) Visits the various W^orks 
of Art in P^iriii, 15 m 6 / 

— Warning to Travellers in, 15 ; 4 c 
Franchise — Policeman's Vote, 30 m 4 b 
• — Question, 13 _/ lu ^ 



Frfinco-MHls(^sy Negotiations, Note on the True 

Story of \H f Vi h 
Fraser (Wni )on the ^Icye Crofters, 27 ;4 'i 

on thL* Scotch Crofters* Holdings Bill, IS 

m a e 

Free Dinner^ fur ItoMid School Children, 12 in 4 a 

Lhn<l Leiigue. Meeiing 25 ; 1 e 

Trade siul 1 he New Electors. 2 ' 6 rf— 7 3 a 

a hi ssed Word and Free Trade, 4 / (i rf 

and Adam Smiih 5 / 13 ft 

Freeman (E. A.) the Aspirations of Greece, 9i 8 

6-29/ i2 h 

( Professor '^ on Historical Proof, fi / 4 rf 

Freemawns— Duke of Abercorn Installed Grand 

Master of the Irish Masons. 4 »h 5 / 
Re- Election of (he Prince of W nWt as Grand 

Master. 22 /9s 
QaHr(erly Communicition of the Grand 

Lodge of England. 4 m H / 
Frv.Miiantte i^ liear- Adm.) Paper on Naval Tactics, 

20/ (I 

(Dean of Ripon) on the Incorporation of 

Ripo I. Ti m \3 e 
Fremh Embassy. I ; 7 e-25 / 10 a— 12 m 9 /'— 

15 in 9 e 

(^rown Jewels. 2 i« 5 « 

Ho pital. Annual Dinner. 8 /"S a 

Milti.-iry HaH(M>iiing )8/m3c 

- S(rikers Oiitwitte*!. i5 /m M a 

Friends of the t'lergy c 'orporation, Anniversary 

F.Uiv.il. i7 / 9 r— 4 wi 4 / 
of Foreigners in Distress, Anniversary 

Fesiival 21 |9/-5 m IC / 

Provident Institution. 25 /lift 

Frosted Christmns Cards, Note on. 12 i 4/ 
Fuller (G. P.) and Lord Radnor, 6 /"S cf 
Fundauientsl Law. Note on. 28 i 3 e 

Funds, English and Foreign, tee every duy*8 paper 

G. 
Gabbett (D. F.) on the Irish Land Question, 4 f 

10/ 
Gale at Civita Veccliia. 28 ; 5 « 
Garden (O) Art of Posting Letters in Ireland. 5 

; \2d 
Gareke (E.) on Legislation with Regard to 

Electric Lighting, 19 in 14 o 
Garrick ( I . F.) on the Separation of Northern 

Queensltind. 2/12 f/— (i ; 7 e 
Garter, Orders ( onferred. 24 / 12 a 
Gaster(^M.) Jews and Gipsies in Roumania, 5/4 b 
Gas Comp>«nies. Note on. 19 / 7 / 

the Schulke lias Burner, Trial of, 2 m 8 e 

GAS:— 

Alliance, 30 w 5 f—Si w 9 / 

Barnet District. 15/ 11 e— 1 m 12 a 

Bilsion fi ; 1 1 /' 

Brentford, 5/11 «— 22 / 1 1 </ 

Bromley, 2fi / 1 1 rf 

Commercial, 27 in II d 

Croydon Commercial, 17 / 11 c 

( rystai Pslace District. 8 m 1 1 /— 22 in 11 « 

European, 19; II c 

Gaslight and Coke, 28/11 d^o/U «— IS 

/ 11 <f 

Harrow District. 4 /m 1 1 c 

— ^ MetropoUtao, 10 m lie 

49 



Gbm 



PAUICK*S INDEX TO ^^ THE TIMKS *' NEW8PAPKR. 



[Jan. 1 to 



ChtS {' ontinueif). 

Portugal Gas nnd Light Company, w 18 ft 

Reclcar, Coatham. Marskt) and Sullburn, 25 

/ 11 «/ 

SheffiiM United. 22 m \\ e 

• Souih Metropolitan, 10 /* 12 r— 18./ 11 ^ 

State of Shares in Companies, set every 

day's paper 

Tottenham and Edmonton, 15 m 11 ^ 

Geikte ( — > LvCture on British Volcanic History, 

22/7 rf 
General Assets Purchase (Company, Prospectus, 

Hydraulic Power Company. 12 / 11 a 

Life and Fire Assurance Company, 14 > 11 6 

Steam Navigation Company, 12 / 11 <f— 24 

Gennadius M.) on the Great Question. 28 ; 8 e 
Geographical Society of Paris. Meeting to Wel- 

fouie M. de ;.razza on his Ueturn from the 

French Congo 28 7 5 d 
George (Master) the Pigeons at the British 

Museum, dj 7 b 
GiTiuan Colonial Society, Mi-eting of, 12 m 5 b — 

2a m 5 e 

Kmbasiiy. 4 ; « 6-8 / 9 /— 15/9 «— 17 m 8 

a- 22 tnd e 

Hospital, Dalston. Anniversary Dinner, 9 

/9/ 

Musical and Chornl Societies in the United 

States to be lield tiiis Year a i Milwaukee, 15 

;5/ 

Society of Beneve lence. Annirersary Dinner, 

'IVac1iei*s Association in England, Donation 

form the 1 inpeior of Germany to, 20 / 11 d 

(iermnns in East Africa, 8 m 6 <i— 15 m 6 1 
OERMaNY:- 

• — Anti Socialist Law, Proloni^ation of, for 5 
Yon^^, 2 / 6 < 

- Appointments, 21 j 5 / 

llerrmun Uang. a Danish Jouralist, Ordered 

to Leave I'russiH, In j h r 

- Heilin, Aunivcrsary of the March Involu- 
tion in. 1 9 tu I) d 

Annual Subscripton Ball. 30 / 5 c 

Socialitflsi Uiotji in 2'J m 5 e 

Sevi-re Weaihor m, li tu b d 

and Lord VVolseioy at, 6 6 c 

Biniv'iullistst in. 10 / ;i <• -4 /« 3 A— 11 m 5 c 

Bi-ni.iick (I'lince) lleiilih of, 10 /m 5 b 

his foiuier I'olicv. 7 f f* e 

I be I'o •!• i/Oiifers tlu' Order of Christ set 



in BrilliantM on the Prince. 6 / 5 (/— 9 / 5 « — 14 
on the Poli'«h Question, 29 / 5 d-S f b d 

— 4 f i\ I - \Ki / 5 r 

and the i'H:neroons, 17 / 5 c/ 

t ape Frio, German Proiectorate Accepted 

at. a t '* d 
i'Cnttud, 5 1 10 / 

Court News. 20 / 5 A-9 m 6 b— 25 m d 

Act'i'lent to the Emperor see Accidkmtb 

Celcbiatiou of the Emperor's Silver 

Jubilee a^ Emperor, 4 ; 5 e— 5 / 5 e—6j 5 e 

— Court Dinner at Vienna in Honour of, 5 

J be 



I 



( 



Germany (continued). 

Court News, Htncss of the Crown Princett, 

26m 9e 
Duke of Edinburgh in Berlin, 26 i 6 c — 

27;5//-28i6/ 

Emperor's Jubilee. 1 / 7 « 



-^ ' Grand Ball at the Schloss, 19/5 c— 10 at 

5^ 
Health of the Crown PrinceM, dO m 5 e— 

18 m5 r 



of the Emperor, 18 m 7 fl— 15 m 6 «— 

29 /n 6 a 

of Prince William. I 7 8 «-5 ; 5 • 

Illness of Princess Victoria, 27 m 7 <f— 31 



m b c 



Preparations to Celebrate the 90th. Birth- 
day of Emperor, Id m 5 d—2'2 m n e 

Celebration of the Emperor*s 89th Birth- 



day, 28 m 5 Q 

Winter Festivities at Court, 18 ; 6 a 



— (^urrency Question in, 11 j bJ—\ f 18 a — 
8 m 5 r/ 

— Diplomatic News, 18/5 </ 

— and Hlastern Africa, V6 t be 

— Emigrant Returns. 6 / 5 s 

— Ethnological Museum, Arranging for, 4 « 
be 

— Expulsion of Poles from. 5/6 <•— 16 ; 5 c 

— Fnlk Law Amendme.it Bill. 18 / 5 d 

- Golden Cro9se« and an Autograph Diploma 
Presented by the Empret^s during the last nine 
Years to Female Servants >*ho have been Forty 
Years in one Family, 19/6 c 

— Heine (Herr) (^ase of, 12 w 6 / 

— I.«egi«latiTe Proceedings. Id /5r — 21 ; 5 / — 
27 loif-lo /fi €-25/ 5 6-27 / 7tf— 12 jr66 
—13 -n 7 a— 17 m 5 /i 

Hi 1 for (^o isiructing the German Ocean 



and Baliic (^anal. 2G / 5 // 

Kegu.ating (^olonial and Protectorate 



Stati s, 1 4 / 6 (/ 

to Purchase Polish Estates, 28/5 h - 



24y 6 c— 2.5 / 5 c/— 2t)./ 6 d 

the Budgot. 17 ^'5 b 

the (^hiincellrtr*« Schn»ipp's Monopoly, 13 



J 5 d^20 f b h -n in 5 c— « m 7 c— -20 m 7 b — 
27 m 7 '/— 26 m n 

(Charge by a Member against two Finan- 



cial Firms for Fraud. 1 1 w 5 r 

Debate on Bimetallism. 23 / 5 #—12 / 5 <f 

on the Expulaion ot Poles, 16 i 5 c— 18 



>«rt-30; 6 c 

Opening of and Speech by the Emperor 

Pen«<ion f^aw, 12 w 5 5 

Polish Question. 1 / 5 t—l m b / 

Spirit Monopolv Bill. 25 m7 d 

Social Democratic Bill 18/5 c— 19 / 5 



c- 20 / 5 6— 1« m 5 tf — 81 mb e 

Leasing, the Poet, Plot in Berlin Granted 

for the Statue of, 19 m 5 <^ 

— and the .Marshall Islands, 6 fd e 

Placed under the Protection of. 28 /* 10 a 

May Law Amendment Bill, 18 y 5 t— 26 m 



be 



Military Pensions, 11 m 5 • 
News, 15 w 6 a 



March 31, 1886.] palmeii's index to " the timks " NKwaPAPBR. 



Om 



Oennany (conHnwd). 

Migrflfion of Germans into Poland. 23i 5e 

. Miscellaneous News, 16y 5 t—21J 7 o ^(i m 

7 r — 9 w 5 /' 

Moltke (Coant; Health of, 20y 6 6 

. and Morocco, 11 / 6/ 

and £ngland, 20 / 5 rf 

Naval Intelli{;ence. 23 mod 

. New Ironclads for. 10 «# 5 h 

Prustiian ( 'hurch I^w, \7 f 5 d 

and the Opiuon C!onvenlion. 19 ; 6 6 

. Orleanists in. \7 m 5 h—23m 5 y 

Paris Boat Builders* Keply to the Crefeld 

Rowing rlub'd Apphcation for an Outrigger, 
12 m 6 c 

Peremptory Warning to France on that 

Nation Interfering with 8pain, oi o — 7; 6 e 
—9 ; 6 r— J2; 6 

and Peru, 1 /6« 

Poland. Measure for Germanizing, 18 m 5 c 

Prince of Montenei^ro in. 18 m 5 e 

Kanke ;I>eopold Von). 4/8 6 

and the San)onn Islands, 12 > 6 6—1 /12 b 

and San Domingo. 20 / 6 i/ 

^ilrhliemann (Dr.) Buysa House in Berlin 

for Kefiiden<ie, a m h a 

and >pain. (i 7 5 e 

Theatrical News, 19 m 5 </ 

Trial of iierinan Police Officers foi their 

Conduct at the Funeral of a Socialist, 18 m 5 / 

Trials for High Treason, 2 / 5 e 

and Turkey. 5 y 6 /" 

and the Vatican, i9 ; 5 r— 28 ; 8y— 16 / 6 

f— 17 / 6 </— 18 »w .3 /— 30 HI 6 d 

White Book, 4 / 6 « 

Wolseley (Lord) Decorated with the Red 

Kagle. 7 f 6 e 

and Zanzi' ar. 27 / 4 /— 3 m 5 d—2(i mb f 

Gilbert ( W. S.) Hissing in Theatres. 6 ; 7/ 

and Har|»er Brothers. IM tn 4 / 

International Copyright, 2 / 8 h 

Girls' Public Day School Company. 10/ 12 c— 
'ib t \\d 

Schools Distribution of Prizes, at St. James's 

Hall. 6 'f 13// 

Giron (^ollege, Cambridge. Bequest to, 12/ 6 b 
Gladstone ^11.) Movements of. i (> / 9 / 

(Miss) Notice alwut hw Marriage. 29 i 9 / 

(Mrs.) Celebrates for 74ih birthday. 7 ; 9 / 

Gladstone (lU. Hon. W. K) Address to the 

Electors of .Mid- Lothian, h f 6 b 

PreKpnted to, from Scottish Liberal and 

Armenia. 20/7 /— 30 m 9y 

Asi^ociation, II m 9 / 

Birthday, 4/6 6 

•* Box of Pandora," 20 « 4 « 

aud Mr. i-arlyle on Ireland, Note on, 27 in 

%o 
and the County Liberal Members, 26 in 10 6 

—29 III 6 b 

and Lord De Vesci. [7 / 6 d 

Electio I Expenses. 27 / 10 r 

and Fundamental Laws, Notes on, 22 mSb 

—28 m 1 2 a 

- and Greece, 27 i 10 6 

- and the Greek Residents at Cardiff, 6 ai 11 a 
— - Hawarden Bent Audit, 14 ;' 6 d 



Gladstone (Rt. Hon. W. E.) Health of. 9 m 8 </— 
U *« 9 r— J2 m 9 /--l» in 7 r— 21) m 8 a 

and Home Rule, 16> 9/— 16> 7 /— 2 jfid 

— b.iH 10 d 

and Ireland, 29 /» 9 s 

Irish Defence Union's Letter to, 22 in 8 e 

on the Ir'sh Question. 16/6 r 

Irish Policy. Note on. 23 m 10 c 

Letter Declining to Visit America. 7 ;9 / 

to Keceivetlie An ti- Home Rule Deputation, 

20/6^ 

Letters from, 26 i 10 A— 1/6 c— 12/6 a— 

I iw 9 /• 

and Liberalism in London, 9 ; 1 6 

Manifesto. Irish Opinion on. 6 / 6 a 

Movements of. 6 ; 9y— U ; 9 > -10 /'9/— 

II /9e-2d m 9e 

Notes on his Irish Policy. 1 1 / 7 e— 19 in 1 1 a 

Notices about. 12; 9 / — 15 ; 9 /"—Si m 8 6 

on the Papal Gift of Ireland to England, 8 

and the Roman Catholic Bishops on the 

State of In land. '2'6 f i f 
the Scotch Liberals Address to, against 

Home Kule, 15 m 9 c 

and State Directed Colonization, 16/8 6 

and the Whigs. Note on, 18 / 8 c 

Glasgow, Fatal Qiiarrfl in 4)66 

Liberal and ^ir Chas. I>ilke, 16./ 7 rf 

Gloucester (Cathedral. 8 / (i « 

U agon Company. 13 m \\ d 

Goethe Muoeuni — Arrangements for, 19 ;5 <r 
Goldsmiths' Company. Presentation of the Free- 
dom of, to Prince Albert Victor of Wales, 31 
w \n d 
Gold:itein (J.) Di.scovery of the Body of the 

.Mis.siiig H ; 9/ 
Gomni (K. C. C.)on the London Hospital, 2 J 13 a 
Goode ( I hos) & Co. on the West End Riot, 9y 6 

r/- 10 / (i c 
Gordon (Gen.) Anniversary of his Death, 267 

10 if 
— Boys Home. 13 ; 6 of— 25 m 9 s 

("ollege, C'airo, 8 ; 11 s 

- and .Mr. ( urtis. 29 ; 6 / 

Memori'il ^>cllool.M, 13 m 12 c 

and Souii m. Note on. 2ti ; 10 </ 

- Unveding a Bust of, sit Gla8>;ow. 26 ; 10 6 

rP.)a Danger to English Manufacturers, 9 

17 d 

(VI*. W.) on the Unemployed, 22 f 10 b 

Goiicben (Rt. Hon. G. J.) aud his Constituents, 

2/ 7 « 
Address at the Mansion Mouse on '* Hear- 
ing Reading and Thinking." 27 / 1 1 /—I m 10 a 

Health of. 2 w 9 /— 6 / 9y— 9 m 9 /—12 m 

9 /— 16 in 10 //— 2i> OT 8 c 

Gosset Testimonial Fund. 11 »i 10 
Government Stock Investment Company, 2/ 11 d 

— 15 / II «/ 
Graham (Gen. Sir G.) Lecture on the Tactics in 

the Grain Stock, 4 > 6 6 
• — Soudan, 27 / 12 6 
Grantham ^Mr. Justice) Dinner to, 29 m 6 c 
Granville cEarl) Testimonial to. 22 / 10 6 
Colonial Commissioners Visit, 11/76 

- Oral Instractioii of the Deaf and Oomb, 4 
/7/ 61 



Gra 



PALXEk's INDRX to '* the times*' NKWSI'AI'ER. 



[Jan 1 to 



(imy (Albert) Mr. Heneage and the GuTerument 

Grny> Inn. New Treasurer. 30 / 0./* 
Oreat Northern Ontral KoRpital. \5 i 7 h 

Wentern (\»lliery Company. 4 «i 1 1 c 

Farm Dairies* Company, 14 } II « 

O&EEGE:— 

Abdication of King George Expected, 30 

/5 a 

Arehasological I)i8c<»verie8 in, 18 / 6 </ 

<— — Aspiration of, 9 ; 8 6 

Crete dt^sires Annexation to 25 i 6 h 

— ^ Depatch of the British Fleet to Athena, 28 
j 10 r 

Discoveries in tlie Acropolis, 25 / 5 cf 

— - Distress in, i m 8 6 
Duly of, 29 ; 12 6 

Rnttland's Threat to. 25 ; 5 a 

Disarmament insisted on by the Great 

Power?, 25 .7 5 6 

and Italy, 25 ; 6 e 

and Mr. Mr. Gladstone, 27 / 10 6— 9y 6 / 

and the Powers, 18 / 9 ^ 

and the Great Powers, 26 ; 1 1 c-27 ; 6 5— 

27; I0« 
Miscellaneous News, 9 ; 5 a —12 i 5 a— 30 

j 5 a 

Order for 40.000 Uniforni« for the Array 

being Executed in Brussels. 29 ; h h 

- Protest HgHinst the (*olLctive Note, 27 jbb 

Kef uses to Disarm, 15 / 5 a 

Kepresentatives of, at Glasgow Purchasing 

Vessels, h m \() d 

8ir Horace Humold and M. Delvannis, 22 

/** 

and Salonika. 4 ; 5 6 

and Turkey, 27; 10 e 

War Proceed iitgs in, 80 m 5 a 

Greek Question, 28 ; 8 c— 30 ; 8 6^10 m 10 a— 

15 m 10 a— 23 m 4 /— 31 m 10 a 
Greenwich Conservative Club, Dinner to Mr. 

Boord, \2iian 
Gregory (G. B.) on the Irish Purchase Scheme, 

18 m <> e 

on the Politicsl Situation, i m \2 d 

Gresliam Lectuns. 15 ; 4 « -31 m 13 a 

Grey ( Albert) on his Constituents, 3/6 r— 4/7 

tf-5./6/ 
(Lord) on Bimetallism and one Pound Notes, 

19/ Vdh—\'im l.i it 
the Debate on Ireland, 26 ; 13 6 



- on Home Kule, 6 ; H a 



Gridley (C. O.) Thos. (^arlyle's Tablet, \% f \J 
Greund Itentji, Meeiin;; about 4 m 12 c 
Grove (Geo.) on t mxlny Music, 22 m K h 
Guatemala. I>iaboruuii Plot in, 11 / 10 d 

News about. 27 / 10 « 

Guernsey. Liquor Law in. 13 m 6 a 

Gundry ( H.) Musical Sunday Afu*rn(Mm«, 27 »i 4 r 

Gurne^ (A.) on ilie Parish Churches Bill, 30/ 12 a 

H 
Hackney Stud-Book Society Show. 3 m 10 a— 4 

IN 8 u 
Haden (F. S.) Wright of Derby at Burlington 

House, 15 J 5./ 
Hagopian (G.) on Kussia and Armenia, 21 y 18 a 
52 



Haig (G. A.) on the Control Chamber of AgricuU 

lure, 8/3 ^ 
Haileybury College. S(rholar«hip«. 29 m 7 e 
Hallett (li. S.) on the Negotiatijns with China, 

23 / « / 
Hnm Yard Soup Kitchen. Note on, \9 fA a 
Hamcr (J.) on the Sanitary Condition of Mile 

End (W 6 « 
Hnmilton (A.) East Knd Emigration Fund. 2/4/ 

(Lord ( lau Pj on the Iri.«h Policy, 12 / 6 e 

( Loni G.) at Liverpool, 7 ; 6 c 

Dinner to. at Ealing, 18 m 6 ^ 

at ("hiswick 28 ; 6 rf— 4 m 12 b 

at Croydon. 18 1 12 a 

Ham- den (Lord) Appointed Lord Lieutenant of 

Sussex. 26 m 9 / 
Hampstead Cnlliery Company 1 1 / 1 1 a 
(^ouHervative Association, Dinner to Sir H. 

Holland, .30 ; 6 a 

Hospital, Deputation to G<'Vernment about, 

18 ;y/ 

Smiill Pox Hospital and Annual Report of 

the Me<liCMl Offi<;ers of Henlth. 4 / 9 / 

Hankey (Thomson) on the Irish Question, 13 i 

12 e 
Hannington (Bp.) Capture of, by the King near 

Kigandfl, 2 ; 5 c 

Letter of Sympathy to his Widow, by the 

Abp. of (/anterbury. 9 in \i) a 

Keportid Murder of. 2 i 5 /— 4 ; 9 /^9 / 6 

/_I5 / 6/i— 17 / 6«— 18/' 13 /i— 22/10/— 16 
m 10/— I9»i 11/ 

Hants and Berks Agricultural Society, Donation 

from the Queen, 1 / 9 / 
Harbours of Hefuge. 12 la 9 /— 26 m 3 a 

Deputation to Government about, 11 m 10 6 

and the Unemployed. 18 /w 4 / 

Harcourt (Sir W.) at Derby, 9 / h> c 

and the Irish Question 1 1 / 8 «* 

at the Mansion |{i>ur<e. 27 / 1 1 / 

Harden Star tiaiiil Grenade Fire Extinguisher 

(^ompany. 10 /m II c 
Harding (Gen.j Movements of. 4 ; 6 A 
Hargraves (E. T.) on " Goosey v. Jardine," 27 ai 

Harness (Col.) Direct Commissions in the Koyal 
Artillery and Koyal Knjincers. 4 / 6 /" 

Harrinjfton (Kdw.ird)on i he Intention of Govern- 
nient to Suppress the Nationnl League. 25 / 6 <f 

(T.) on the NjHioumI Leaijuo, 27 / 12 a 

No.es on. 2 #« •() « — 4 w 3 e 

Harris (Matthew) tm Home Rule. <i ; 6 a 

(W.J.) on Mr. Gladstone's Land Scheme, 

19 m 11 a 

Harri8on (C. and 8.) & Co, on the London Fi- 
nancial A8!>ociati<in. 30 ; 1 1 /i 

(K.) on the Irish Question. I / 7 A— 8 / 7/ 

on an Irish Parluinient, H> / 12 c 

on the Lnnd Qnejttion. rt «» (> h 

New Year*s Address at the Positivist 

Society, 2j 7 e 

Barber & Co. (Limited) Prospectus. 26 j 1 i b 

Harrow School. \2 f W d 

Hartington (Lord) Deputation to, on the Irish 

Question. 21 ; lo a—r^ ; 10 a 
on the Situation, at the Eighty Club, 6 m 

12 a 



March bl, l»86.] 



pauier's index to "the times'* newspaper. 



Horn 



Hart {I.) on the Metropolitan and Provinciar 

Police. IS m 10 « 
Harvest in America. 1885, 29 ; 9 /* 
UiuFBHrd (liev. K. 8.) on Holy Trinity, Dalaton 

IH / 4/ 
Hastin48(F.) on the Mansion House Relief Fund, 

18 / 13 / 
HavilHntl (C.) the Royal Navy in Peace, 7> 10 d 
Hawanlen Collieries, (liisinf; of. 8/ 4 a 
Hay (Lord John) Movements of. I'i m 10 r/ 
Hayti. Petition of British Subjects to the English 

Governnient. 27 / 12 r 

Reported Assassination of the President, 1 

Health, Registrar GeneraVs Weekly Return*. 2 

; or— 7 i'dd-\b f Ac-2'A / 4 /*--28 >4 A-4/ 

6/— 18 / 9 «-IH / 9/- 26/ 4 /— 11 ia9y— 20 

iH 6 / — 2:» M 8 / 

of (he Navy. 21 / 18 c 

of the Poor of London, 6 m 15 a 

ot the West-Knd, 2/6 6 

Hellenic Society. Papers Read before. 15 m 4 e 
Help the Little ones al8f>, Notes on, 19 / 14 ci— 5 

«M 13 a 
Henderson (Col. Sir E.) Vote of Thanks to, from 

the Royal Society for Prevention of Cruelty to 

AniniHiK. 22 m 6 d 

(M. E.) on Flower Girls. 15 / 6 </ 

Heneage (— ) at Grimsby. 12/7 6— 16 / 7 /* 
and the Government Policy, Note on, 18 

y 6c 

on the Political Situation. 2; 7 / 

Henry vM.) Mr. Butt's, Home Rule and Mr. 

Parnell's I'ome Rule, 6 ; 10 </ 
"— (Mitchell) on the Government and Ireland, 

27/^15« 
-^- House of Commons Accommodation, 29 1' 

106 
Heroisms, 20m 7 f 

Herford (E.) on Parish Churches Bill, 4/7 6 
Herries (E.) on Fundamental Law, '^o 78s 
Herring (A. S.) on the Charterhouse, 2 ; 10 /* 

— (Richard) on Uncut Books, 14 > 8 / 
Hersham, Laying the Foundation Stone of St. 

Peter's Church at by the Duchesa, of Albany, 

4/6/ 
Heywood (John>onthe State of tbe Street*, 9/7 / 

on the Water ('onipanies. 26 / 18 6 

Hibernia Pacanda, Notes on. 9 m 5 / — 10 m 10 6 
Hicks (G. M.) on the State of the Streeto. 18 / lOy 
Hicks- Beach uSir M.) Appointment of bis Private 

Secretary, 8 m 1 1 /* 
High Water at London Bridge, see every day*» 

piiper, after Ship Nkws 

Tides in the Thames, 7 ; 10/— 28 ; 10/ 

Bigbgate and Kilburn Open Spaces, 16 ai 4 
Highland Society of London, Annual Meeting, 

22/ 9y 

— Crofters, «m Scottibh 

Hilditch (G. J. B.) on St. Paul's Churchyard, 5 

/ 66 
Hill (A. S.) Dinner to, by the Tettenball Con- 

aervative Association, 29 m 12 6 

on ihe Irisi Question, 22 / 18 f 

(F. U.) the Late Cabinet and Home Rule, 5 

m9/ 
(O.) on the Chiirity Organization Society 



Hills (A. F.) Vegetarian Penny Dinners. 29 / 4 /* 
Hinds. Mr. Arch's Definition of the Word 
" Hinds." 28 ; 7 a— 29 ; 10 /»-80/8r-2/ 2 6 
Hinton (Viscount) and Earl Poulett, 19 m 14 a 
liirsch's (>openhngen Oil Mills. 27 m W d 
Hobart (Pasha) on the C'risis in Eastern Europe, 

1 1 / 4 e 

Health of. 18 m 9 /— 81 m 9 « 

Holden (J.) New Klecttirs and Free Trade. 2 1 6 i 
Holidays. Protest against Further Increase of, 

5/11 r . 
HOLLAND : - 
(?once9Bion of a Seaport at Scheveningen 

Abandoned. 15 in 6 6 
Jew-baiting in. 6 /'5 e 

Miscellaneous News, 6/5 s — 27 m 7 «— 81 

m b d 

New Mortgage Law. 5 / 6 « 

Public Debt, 8/6 e— 5 m 10 0— 15 m 6 6— 

22 /A 6 6—28 mhd 
Reduction in the Export Duties, 26 at 5 6 

Revision of the Constitution, 11 m 5 s^lS 

IN 5 / 

Sixty-ninth Anniversary of the King'a 

Birthday, 22 / 5 / 
Holt (J. M.) on the Liyerpool Ritual Case, 4 / 

18/ 

(R. H.) on the Land Registry Bill, 26 / 10 e 

Holy Trinity, Dalston, Note on, 18/ 4 / 
Home Rule 1798-1886, Note on, 4 A6 r 
an Anaerican on, 1 / 4 c 

- AgitRtk>n and Irish Commerce. 15 9 4 / 
and the Bank of Ireland, with Two Charts, 

21 y 186 
^ Great Fall in Stock. 4 / 9/ 

Mr. Butt'a Home Kule and Mr. ParneU a 

Home Rule. 6; 10 </ 

— and the Late (^abinet. Note on, 5 /» 9 / 
and the Church of Ireland, 15 ai 8 a~19 im 

10 a 

and the Conservatiyea, 7 / 10 a 

M. Eugene Davis on, in the JSoucelU RevuBf 

18/5<tf 

Michael Davitt on. 6 / 6 a— 23 m 9/ 

Deputations against, 20 ; 7 a— 21 j 10 a^ 

28 7 10 a--26 m 10 r— 81 m 9 s 
a Diplomatic View of, 19 / 4 s 

Divide et Jimpera, 1 1 / 8 a 

Do the Irish Really Desire, I jbf 

Economic Aspect of, 18 9 8 /*— 1 1 / 4/ 

Economist's Plan, Abp. of Oashelon, 6 f^b 

Embarrassment. 12/8 a 

and Mr. Gladstone, 15 / 9/>-16 / 7/— 20 j 

6 </-5 m\0 d 
Mr. Gladstone's Irish Policy, Note on, II f 

7e 

Lord Grey on. 6 / 8 a 

Guaranteea and ** Legality." 2% fl d 

— Mr. Harrison on an Irish Parliament, 1 6 f 

12 r 

Hibernia Pacanda. 9 m 5 / 

Irish Defence Union's Letter to Mr. Glad- 
stone, 22 fl* 8 c 

- — Nationalist Members on. 19i 6 ^ 
Opinion on, 5 ; 4 s 

Parliament, Note on, 16y 12 e 

in the Kirk. 5 f 10 «/ 



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[3ftn. 1 {9 



Home Rule Letters on, 7 ;' 6 a 

and the Irish Police Force, Note on, 1 1 m 

11 d 
and the Liberal Members, 1/6 A— 29 j S e 

—1 /6/ 

Liberal Pledfres. Note on, 6 /'lO d 

Meeting in the City of London against, 24 

m 6 1/— HO m\^ f 

at (?ork on. 2 j d h 

in Dublin on, 16 r 7 r 

at the Orange Hall, Dungannon, to Protest 



against 2 f ti d 

of UlxtiT Lojalists at Neweaj«tle 26 m lOc 

at Westminster Palace Hotel, 4 / 9 e 

— Meetings for. U / H « 

of the Iriili Loyal Patriotic Union. 30 ; 7 

6_«/ 7a-9 / 12 tf—ll / 7c-l8 / 6q~25 / 
10 ^-9m 10c/-18m6«~25»i IO/>-30m 10s 

— Naiionalist Meeting at Chester, 19 m 10 J 
Notice on. 7 ; 6 a 



New Nationalist (^ampnign, 8 w 7 c 

No Kule Vice Home Kule Superseded, 7 j 

Notes on. 1 / 6 «— 2 / 11 s-4 1 8 a-4; 10 « 

—6; \2 U—a f A d—6 f 7«— 7/9 /-.8;7«-8 
; 13</-11 ; 7 fc-12 i lOe— 13; 12 6— 15/ 10 a 
—4 / 10 /— 17 / 6f/-18 / 6r/~22 ' 7rf-23 / 
4/— 1 wll /— 4 m 8 6—6 m 16 h—V2m \i) n^ 
16 m 4 c— 18 m 12 6—18 m 13 & -20 in 4 e— 22 
m 8 c— 23 m 10 r— 30 m 10 o 

- and Parliament. 29 ; 7 / 

- Petitions against. \S i Gd 

Pulitical Prospects in Uhter. 18 m \2 a 

-^ Resolution of the Jurors of the C'ounty of 
Cork in favour of, 25 m 10 c 

- and tkjoirh Libernlit. 15 m 9 < 

Sydney Smith on Repeal. 8 w 7 « 

Speech of Mr. M. Harrison on. 6/60 

a Sturdy Speech, 6 ; 7 rf 

a Sugtrestion. \6 j 6 d 

2'he Timet Reprint, of Articles, Letters, &c. 



on, 19 / 9 / 



and Ulster. Note on. 1 1 m 1 1 < 
the Uniteii Irti.md on, 1 / 4 r/ 

a Way out of the Iri^-h Difficulty, 29 ; 18 / 

«ec "ho Irish and Ireland 

Home and Colonial Marine Insurance Company, 
2/116 

for Foreign Governesses, Opening of, by 

Princess Frederica. 4 / 9 s 

Hondurus, News about, 20 f 5 d 
Hood ( Hew. K. Paxton) Memorial Fund, 5/66 
Hope (Lt.-Col.) the Soft Rayonet Scare, 6 m 16 a 
Hopkins ^J. S.) on the Allotments Question, 12 
/ 13 c 

(M.) on the December Meteors in the Pacific, 

10/ 13 a 

Horse Guards Avenue. Deputation about, 80 m 8 c 

Show at the Agricultural Hall, 23 / 10 a— 

24 / 1 1 /— 25 / 8 (1—3 m 10 a—i m 8 a 

Horsey (Geo.) Criminal Procedure as it waa, 15 

m A c 
Hor^fall (H. D.) on the Liverpool Ritual Case, 26 

;8 d 
Horsley (Rev. J. W.) on Convicts' Children, 29 

; 14 0-8/3 a 
Hounslow Powder Mills, Notice about, \ f7 c 
64 



Hospital Saturday Fund, oj6 a -29 / 9 /*— 10 / 

7y-l «H/ 
and the Distressed, 22 m 6 6 

— Sunday Fund, 24 m 12 // 
House of Laymen, nee Lat Houss of Conto- 

CATION 

House of Lords. Le^al Cases, see Civil Actio v« 

New Peers. 6 ; 8 f- 

Houston (K. C.) on the Irish Loyal Patriotic 

Union. ..28 / 13 e 
on Mr. Harrington and the National League, 

4 w3 e 

How Not to do it. 18 / 8 6 

Howatfl ^JanK'8)on Irish Land Purchaae, 26 m 8c 

- (Morgan) banquet to. 1 7 / 6 /» 
Howell (G.) Notice ab<iut, 20 / 4 / 

& Co., I / II r 

Howorth (H. H.) New Electors and Fair Trade, 
7 1 Ha 

on Mr. Bright and the Present Cri«i!«, 2 fS a 

— Mr. Gladstone's **Box of Pandora.'* 20'mA « 
on ihe Irish Viceroyalty, 16 ; 8 u 

the Liberal Party and its Dictator. 19/ 14 a 

- the Keal Pin«h in Ireland. 28 7 12 a 
Hubbard (J. G.) D is- establish men t and Church 

Reform. II ; 4 / 
Huildleston (Mr. Baron) Health of, 11 ; 9/— 19 

;4 ft 
Hukhes (Ihus.) State Socialism in England, 17 

Hugo (Victor) Posthumous Work*. 30 m5 
Hull (E. C. P.) Sugnation in the Shipbuilding 

Trade. 25 / 8 r— 3 6 d 
Human Remains Discovered near Gray's Inn 

Koad. 9 / 7 rf 

- at Sherborne, Mj 7 e 
HUNGARY :-- 

- Hill to Prolong the Period of its Duration, 
19; 6 d 

- Elections, 19/6 d 

Lottery, ..enders for Money for, 21 j 5/ 

Meeting of the Diet. 16/5 / 

Exciting speeches in, 20 ; 5 d 

Proceedings, 16 / r» / 

Royal Marriage Arranged. \d i 6 d 

Singular Conduct of Aladar Kath in a 

Public Concert Room, at Pesih, 19 } 5 d 

Hunter's (John) House at luarl's Court, 5; 3 a— 7 

;8c 
Huntington (H. G.) Lecture on Lights at Sea, 6 

M \0d 
Hussey (S. M.) on the Irish I^nd Question, 9 / 

10 Q 

Hutton (Judge) Resignation of, 22 w 6 5 

(Surgeon-Majir) Ambulance Work in the 

Collier V Districts. 7 ; 7 e 

Huxley (Professor) and the Proposed Fishery 

Hoard. Note on, 30 mile 
Hydrophobia, Annual Iteturn of Cases in London, 

25 m 10 a 

in Bradford, 18 m 7 r 

Cases of. 1 ; 3 /— 17 m 5 <j— 24 i« 5 c 

and M. Pasteur. 15 ; 6 —26 in 5 f—29 mSe 

Only i Case FaUs out of 325 Cases, 2 m 

5 6—8 m5 f 

Subscriptions for his Hospital, 10 m 5 / 

Legislative Grant to, by France, 16 m 5 



March 31, )^86.) 



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Ind 



I 



Hydrophobia, Su«*pecte<l. amon^ i'uppies, 1 5 ; 7 a I 

I 

I. i 

ItlHeideiKfc (EImH) AppoinU'd Lord Lu*uteiiAiit of 

Deviiiishirt', S y II / 

r«truii:i}je 2:1 ; 6 // 

Pmi)**!!!^ Stadie to, 6 / f 

T«9tii]KMiiiii to. 14 / H . - 9 iM 10 6 

Inib«>cile l'aup< r in Chester. Inquiry into the 

Ili-treatiMtMit i«> and Deatli of. by the Porler. 
Ac, 7 ; « A 
Imperial Federation LeHgue. Annual Meeting, 
1(> / VI a 

Life InanrAnre Coni|iany. U» ; 11 r. 

Prop«*rty Invm luent (^>nip;iny, ^ / II « 

Uoiun Acx'itient Assurance Coiiijiany, lo /' 

11 e 

Impev (F*/, on the Allotment QueMion, \3j 10 b 

— r? / Ji / 

Improrefl Lidastrinl Dwellings Company, 4/11 

d—ia t II « 

Wo<k1 Pavement (\>mpany. 2/1 1 «— 9 / 1 1 c 

Imray ^Johii) Patents in lx8.>, 1 jh f 
Inchiquin (Lord) a Ko^al PrtK-Lnnation for 

Irelami. 5 t 12 «/ 
Income Tax, Note on Deduction of, fiom noujxtnt. 

7; 11 h 
Incompatible Politics. Note on. low 12 h 
Incorporati'd Kreeaisd Open Church AM^KM»linn, 

Meetinjf. i4 / 4> /j 

Mvi-rinif . i< jw 8 A 

Law ^iciety and the Land L ws. 22 ; iH fr I 

— o / la 6— y / 18 M-12 / itf # — lo / ;J «- 17 ' 

/ y / 

Award of Prices. 2H / 10 r 

Liiit of Past Kxatninaiion, 30 ; 4 u~l3 / 



4 r-27 / 4 / 

Notice about, 4 / 10 /' 



D7DIA:~ 

• Aloiupra Prince near Popa. Attack on, 17 

m b l» 

— Amarnpoora. Ilfnw Kirii i? Ht, 7 j H a 

— Angtioin ('Hthedriil in Uut.gtmu, the Vice- 
roy Lh} H the F«»uiid.ition Ston*^ of 27./ 7 h 

— Anglo-liiiltau I ifi^a in F>iv<iur of Aiiuex- 
atitMiy l\ J n e 

Arn'st of the Tyni'dnli Mi n^'Xtn*. 2 / a a 

BeioochiAtan. Sul)nii!<i.<'ioii oi, ./< • '» / 

~—~-^ New.** nbout, I /« 5 ii ~2\i m ;'. e—'i\) m 5 h 



■- Ilailwavd in. '/'2 / h 't 



Beiigtil Legislative Cdiincil, >etitiiuti« of, 4 
jji r 

Silk Tra.le, 1 1 / 5 « 



Ind'ift (continued) 

Bunii <h HOil Bri'i^h Trade, 29 ; 7 / 

nnd V!r. Br\c *« Taper on, 11 «5/—26/M3rt 

— — — Bm !i;« t !."> in .'i t/— 22 m 5 c — 25 « 6 b — 

2<i m o r - 20 w :> •/ 

anil Bu'nu'Mc 'In i \ f 

Crtptun- of" M.indalay, 6 / I2rt 

OKu?tl ics in Action in, 6/5 J— 14 / 5 /" 



Mr. Bernard A^sunu•6 his GoVLrnnient, 9 

M 5 II 

Bliatiio Territory. 24 /or 

Boi)ib:)y. (itivernor. llfHltli of. 10 m 9 / 

MHikieuviii« m. 4 ; 5 c/— 14 / 5 r — Hi ; 5 a 

— IH ; 5 /— 21 t 6 c 
Burniali AlUged Suzeriiin Rights of China 

ill, 2 / 3 /— 4 / 7 "— 9 / « c 
-^— Arinex<ition of. 2 ; 8 n—4 ; 7 a— 25 i 7 « 
■ Meeting at the National Liberiil Club, 

23/ 10 a 

Mr. Bfrnurd Governor of Upper and 



— 22 / n '.-27 in r— (i/oc— lOy 8 /-12y 6 

</_.17 , r, h-'Z:\ /6 e 

nnd ''hin«. G / 4 /•-9i 7 «— ISy 7 a 

China and Dacoitiea, 11 i A a 

thf Ute Chinese Invasion of, 8 ; 4 a 

i hnrch at Mandala}*, 28 / 4 a 

Lieut. Cockerani Killed, 8 / 5 re 

Dacoitv in, 2<; ; 13 a 

Kxpedition, 4 i 18 a 

Col. . I ohnstonc Severely Wounded, \8fi/ 

MMfH tiding in, o } h a 

Mii»er«| Uesources »»f, 20 /3a 

Mi-Cillaneona News, 20 ; 6 e— 22 ; 5 a— 



23 1 5 '.- 4 / 6 a— 26 / 5 /•-« m 7 a--20 ml b 
- 23 III :• »/~27 m 7 d 

Official Correspondence, 22 /' 5 d 

Despatches from. 13/6 e 

Ki.gTbebaw. Pln.tttgraphs of. 16 / 12 6 

Pri'Clanirition of Annex.iih»n, 1 ; 7 e 

( ol. Slatlen o:i the Political Situation in. 



I I it a 

Lppi'f, 9 / 8 «-ll y 18 a — 12/8 ^/— 19 



III 



4 a 



— — — Mr. Bernard Arranges for 16 Military 
l\»Dt8 in. 22 I o a—i* foe 

Aiunest}' Proclamation. S m 5 h 

Defi'Ht uf the Insurgents at Kadol, 27 

Diftturbances in, 25 j o <— 29 ; 5 e— 5 

Alleged Sitzerain Rights of China, 9 



7 ^ b 



fQe 



/So 

Proclamation Issued Annexitigit toth« 

British Knipire. 2 ; 5 u— 4 j 5 t— 12 j 6 o— 26 

/6 c 

— Calcutta, the Viceroy's State Entry, 9m 5 a 
Wet l)(H!k8 Sch.;me. 4 ; 5 tf 



Lower, 21 f b fi 

Kef ushI to Appoint a King or a Gorernor 



-' »«--.-i-i^, 



\ Jk , s. 



ConiiiiiiiMion of Inquiry into Reduction of 

Expenditure. «0 / 8/ 

DRCoit». Conflicts with. 12 ; 5 6 

Di>solution of the Uloot Law, 28 /5 a— 29 

>6«— 24 fob 

Diatuibances at the Peshawur District, 18 

Lady Dulfeiin's Fund, 26> 5 a— 1/6«— 29 

m 7 e 

I^rd DufTvrin on his Policy, 0751 

Elephint8, Mr. (Collins C'aptures 70. 29 w5 « 

E.ga^emcnt on the Bump Border, 12 ; 5 /* 

Kxpedition to the ^han States. 24 / ci 

Kxpeiuiiture. Blue Book on. 23 7 12 c 

Kxturiiou of Evidence from Prisoners, 29 

;6/ 

- Family of Gen. Jeet Jung R leised. 1 1 / 5 « 

(JHrth (Sir Richard) Leaves for England, 

29 01 o < 

Gwnlior, I'ormal Handitig over of, to 

ScindiH, 22 / 5 #/— o m n fi -i\ mo b — 15 in 5 e 

Irrigation ia the Punjib. 8y G b 

a. 55 



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" THE TIMES " NBWSPAPER. 



Jan 1 to 



ludia {continved). 

Incoiue Tax Bill 1 1 ; 5 d-U ; r rf-lS > 5 

/— 22 / 1 1 e— 25 7 5 (1-21 j 10 e-29 ; fi A- 30 

';6r— 1./5</-8/6 r/--IO / 4 rf— 22 / 5 r 

Meeting on, I / 5 */ 

Infant Marriajre and Enforced Widowliood. 

Divorce Case. 22 in 5 d 

1n^ urgent 8 Stockaded at Dodokoonywah, 

14/5/ 

Legislative Council. Financial Statement, 5 

i 5 a- 12/6 / -14/5</ 

Pn>ceeding8. 14/5 d 

Speech of i he Viceroy, 5 ? 5 a 



— License Tax Act. 4/5 e—5 i 3 a 

— Madras University. Convocation at, 29 w 5 « 

— Mandalay— Mr. Bernard as Civil Governor, 
8/6^-25 /' 5 d 

Carrying Nude Corpses through the 

Streets 4 w 5 b 

Complaint against Capt. Rarrows's Pro- 



ceedings against a (Jiioese Merchant, 22/5 c 

Incendiary Fires in. 2W w 5 e 

the Jewels in the Palace, &c. to be sent to 

f<ondon to be SoM. 17 /« 5 h 

Serious Fighting Around, 7 ; 5 a— 8 j 6 b 



-5 w 10 c 

Visit of the Viceroy to, 25 / 5 « -27 ./ 5 c 



— 28 /5 e—\ / 5 /— I3y 5 e — 15 / 5 r— 22 7 56 
—24 / 5 a 

W ar News fnnn. 776 a— 8 / 5 6 



the Mecca Pilgrimage, 1 7,/' 5 c 

• the Mcngoon I'rinces, 11 f \^ d 

-i Military Kiot at I'oonah, 4 i 5 // 

Misct llaneous Nivrs. 1 1 7 5 t/ — 21 / 5 b — 25 

J 5 e - 28 5 e- H / :> e-« / 5 c— 8 / 5 r/— 15 / 
r, ,/_!«/ 5«. _i7 /-J r-l w 5 r & rf— 20 ml e 

from* Our C»»rre>pnndent." 15/4 ff 

Pdliiical Pro^Tcss in. ly 13 n 

-— Pi«'vtntit>n of Famine in. 27 ? 10 rf 

- - Pro]M»hetl Heforms, 10/ 7 e 

Uai goon. Ball given to the Viceroy in, 27/ 

7 A — I nt 5 /* 

(^hanjbrr of Commerce, 1 1 ^ 5 c 

Bevinur Hetnrns. '*T^ m 5 h 

and Agricmltural Department of. 9 /"ll ft 

— U; / 11 A-25./ IOf?-2«« II A— 13 m 18 6— 
1 7 w M 6 

- Kiut at Broach. Trial and Sentences on the 
Hitters. I f'n d 

, Salt Tax. 4 7 5 d 

Sanitary Beport. 2^ 7 3 b 

Mr. St.'Uarbe KilUd by Dacoita, 24 / 6 6 

Shan State*. 17 m 5 /* 

'1 lu'bnw tn he sent to Uatnagiri, 1 1 7 6 rf 

•* Kxpt-nsi'S of. 22 /// 5 c 

- — Trcaiment of Prisoners to Kxtort Evidence, 
2t» 7 .'» / 

Photographing of. 30 /ft e — \ v/ b 

Trial of ihe Alompra Pretender for Treason 

and Murder. 14/5 / 

-s-^ >enlcnce und Death of. 21/5 6—3 J h e 

ViccHM at Delhi. 2 J / ."i b 

r Address of the Foreign Resideiits to, 16 



f'o a 



Beply to. Ifi / 5 a -26/6 a 



Movements of, 8 / 5 c-1 1 y 5 c— 12 /'Sd 



India (conttntud). 

War News. 11 7 f> '/~H / 5 f 

Yemethen. Reikis Around, 9 m 5 a — 12 m 5 

/- 13 m 7 d-25 m ."> r 

Telegraph to. to he Conitructed, 30 m 5 « 



Indian Administration, Joint Committee on, 24 
tiid r 

Empire. Orders Conferred, 27 / 11 a — 13 

m 13 r 

Mysore Gold Company, 12/11 6— 20 /"l 1 6 

Indiarubber Guttapercha and Telegraph Works, 

\ f]\ ,.— 12 / 11 r/— 22 m 11 e— 11 m 11 c 
Indigent Doctors. 1 /3/ 
Indigo Company, o fl\ h 
Inebriates. New Home lor, 22/11 h 
Inglis (J. M.) on Home Bule. S j \9 f 
Inns of (^ourt. List of Past Examination, 12 ; 10 a 
INQUESTS: — 

G. T. S. Abbott. Drowned, 13 / 5 f 

F. W. Aldington. Killed through Falling 

while Intoxicated, 22/7 d 

Idmund Allen. Murdered, 19/7 a 

Geo. Allen. Killed in a Quarrel, 1 1 m 7 

- J. A. Ancell, Burnt to Death, 30 / 12 r 
Mr. Wni. Arthur, a Suicide, at Oxford, 13 

; 6 " 



— 2 m tt (J— 6 m 7 e — 8 ui 6 c— 15 m ^ c 



— K. T. Barilett, Found Dead, 8 ; 10 «— 5 f 
12 ti—\if lOe— 12/ 12 «-li;/ lOa— 19y U/ 

— Harvey Bell. Killed in a Quarrel. 11 / 10 /' 

— Samuel Bengcr, Killed on the Kailway, 16 

.; fie 

— Httchel E. Bennett, Suffocated by Gas. 2G 

.; 10 r 

— Emma Biddell Di«'d fn)m Gangrene. 20 / 6c 
Henry Bishopp, Killed on the Liailway, 1/ 



10/ 

— John Botwrijiht, Killed through the Break-^ 
ing of a Spinning Wheel. 5 / 7 / 

— Joseph Boult. Killed through Falling front 
a Ladder. 10 / 10/ 

— Henry Bradshaw, Died fmm Natural 
Causes 13 /«c 

— a (^hildZ Found IK-ad, 26 / 12 // 

— Fred. Collins, Died through Exposure, 12 j 
10 a 

— George Collins. Acci(^e itally Poisoned. 82 m 
Ge 

— David Compion. a "^uicide, 13 f 6 f 

— N. 1). Cook a Suicide, (W 7 / 

— Sanmel (^x, Died from Natural Causes. 9 
/ 12" 

— Thos. Crandall. a Suicide. 7/11 / 

— .Joseph Cre^swell, Killed on the Railway, 4 

— J. M. Croft, Found Dead. 7/11 / 

— F. T. Crrss. Who Died from Injuries Receivsd 
by bing Hun over. Hi / 7 c/ 

eremiah Cuttiidge, Burnt to Death. 2/7 </ 

Annie Darling. Paisuised at Manohesteo, Al 



w 5/ 

— C. J. Davidson. Died from Heart Disease, 
25 / 7 / 

— Mrs. Dixon, Died from Starvation, 9 / 7 /* 

— Eleanor A. Durling, Burnt to Death. 2^' 7 
d— 8 7 10 e 

— Easton Collierjr Explosion, Persons Killed 
by, 2/11 10/ 



Afarck 3l, lb86.J i^aljier^s index to **the times** newspaper. 



In< 



tnquMte (continuei), 

Edward Kccleg, Killed by a Golf Ball, f 

7 r 



A. £. Evans, Died from Hydrophubia, 1 ; 
8/ 

Charlotte S. Falkner, and another. Found 

Dead. 30; V2 c 

Ann Faulkner, Killed by Falling Down 

Btairs. 28 ; 7 e 

J. B. Fendick. Burnt to Death, 9 w 10 / 

John Fb nn. Killed by a Building Falling 

on him 26 Jf 1 2 e 
- — James Forbea, Died from Pneumonia, 80 j 

12 c 

Thoa. Fraaer, Killed on the Railway. 10 / 

10/ 

Emma M. Oamman. a Suicide. 6 /"T/ 

S. J. Gatford. Found Dead, 2 ; 7 a 

Mary GifFord, Burnt to Death, \J\Ob 

Abraham Gluave. a Suicide, 11 / 10 / 

Mr. Goldnteini Found Drowned. 7 j W f 

Mrs. Sarah Green. Killwl by the Falling of 

a House, at I'lyraouth. 24 m H a 

Edw.Grittoii Acciilenially I'o'aoned. \ f\Ob 

Iladjeti Mohammed. Killed through Impro- 
per Treatment, 15 //i G d-^ 22 m k\ e 
Mary A. liankin. Found Drowned, 25/7/ 

James Hiirdon, a ^uicide. 2 m 10/ 

John Hives, a Suicide, M / 10 / 

^-^ Holluway, Fall of Houses at Persons Killed, 
by. 4/ 12 a 

Wra. Howe, and others. Killed through 

the Ice Break! ngf 4 m \2ft 

" Hobt. Howes. Killed on the Railway, 29 ; 

12 r 

- — Thos. Hughes. Kille<l by being Knocked 
Down ly a Horse. 9 / 12 ^ 

Samuel Humphreys, Run Over. ^ fl c 

Eliz. Hunter, Died from the i^ffects of Bums, 

22 jw l> « 

KHz. Jolly, Accidentally Poiponed, 11 / 12 d 

Albert Karlquiat. and another, Killed 

through the Ice UieHkiiig, 4 m 12 h 

Emma Kinipton. Burnt to Death, 1 /lO 6 

Henry Kinjr. Killed by a Fall, 24 /ii 10 e 

^—Isabella. Kitt. Burnt to Death, 27 ; 10 </ 
Kirkpatrick. Murdered, at Liverp<M)l. 4 ^6 a 

Louisa Knight, Child of. Murdered, 16/11/ 

- J. H. Knox, a Suicide. 6 / 7 / 

— — Job Lawrence. Found Drowned, 14i 7 / 
•' — Jane Lingwood, Killed through a Fall, \2j 

10 // 
- — H. W, Liverd Found Dead. 19 7 7a 

Louisa Ltxlington. Found Dead, 26 m \2 a 

- — Robt. Maegregor, Died from Hydrophobia, 

6ai 10 6 

Sarah A. Mack, a Suicide, 26 ^12 6 

a Man. Found Dead, 7> 11 / 

' aSuieide, 8/6 rf 

Miirdy Colliery Explosion, Persons Killed 

by, 18/ 12 6—14 / 10 c/— 16^ 12 tf-16/8a— 
19 i 7/"-20j 7/ 

Aliee Marks, Killed on the Railway, 27 m 

If 
>— J. J. B. Marsino, Died from Hydrophobia, 

H/IO/ 
— -- Franees £« Mordea, a Si>icide, IS/ 10 • 



InquestB (continued), 

l^uise li. Mourey, Died from Natural 

Causes. 25 ; 7 / 

Lawrance 0*Brlen. Fottnd Dead, 7/11/ 

W m. Owen, a Suicide, 18 m 11 / 

Wni. Pamsh. a Suicide. 7 ; 1 1 / 

~ - Martha E. Parry, Found Dead, 4j 7/--U 
J7h 

Hich. Pilkington,])ied frunl Heart Disease, 

2«j 7 e 

Frances Pollard. Died through I^adPoison- 

Ing. \o w 6 d 

VVm. Poole, Died from Injuries received at 

a Game of Football 12 ; 10 6 

James Porterj Died through the Intense 

Cold. 9 III 10/ 

- Thos. Ramsey, Died through Improper 
Treatment. 18 / 6c 

Heart Disease. 16 / 7 / 

Johannetta E. li galhaufif. Murdered, 11 / 



12 r 



— John Hegan. Murdered. Ui i ii h 

— Isaac Richmond, Found Dead in his Cell. H 
M 1 1 ./ 

— the RifUmiin Explosion. Persons Killed by, 
12 iH 12 'I— IH /If 11 / 

— Rev. Arthur Uoberts Found Dead. 24 m 10 c 

— Mary Holers. Burnt to Death, 6 / < 
a Suicide. 9 / 1 2 /> 



Francois Kioi de Rolled, a Suicide. 12 / 10 </ 

VVm. lionbitcr. a Suicide, 15^76 

Sat ah Shipp:ird, Found Drownetl, 5 ,' 7 f 
— ^ H. J. Sherwood. Accidenlally Shot. 26/ U)/^ 

David Smith, and another^ Vlnrdered. «/ 10« 

Jeiisie Smith. Died through Injmies received 

from Ikt Huitband. 14 / 7 / 

R. M. Sprijfge, a Suicide. 1 y 8 / 

' Kev. J. A. L. Sutton a Suicide, 1* / 7 / 

Jane M. Taylor Uurut to Death. 2 j / 7 / 

Th<»8. Tnylor. Killd in a Quarrel. 8 / 10 rf 

on a t-hild of Iheobuld (Peculiar People)^ 

4 / 9e 

F.O. Tofleld Found Dead. 12 ; \0h 

Angelo LJ{<low, Poi:ianeil at .Manchester, 81 

w 5 / 

Mr. Thom«< Walker. Found Drowned in 

the t anal. ( h shire. 80 m H r 

Wro. Whdhs Killed on the Woilway, 4 / 7c 

Thos. WhiU'hurn. Died through ihe Intents 

Cold. 8 M II / 

John de WiUde, Found Dead, 8 / 10 «-l« 

'■"^ J. D. Williamson, Died from Hydrophobia, 
26 m 12 a 

Jolin Wiun Daughter of, Starved to Death, 

28 } 7 s 

Sidney M. A. Wood, a Su cide, at Ramsgattf, 

4/6 II 
Maria Wright. Died from Bronchial Pneu' 

racmia, 1 2 ; I O a 

Wm. Wright. Killal on the Radway, 26/ lOrf 

In^tittit Pa^tteur, Proposals to Erect. \f » h e 
Institute of Bankers. Meetings of. 16 / 11 c;~i8 / 

11 />— 18 / 1)« — 18 m .0 f 

of Painters tn Water Colours, Notice, 2^ 

IN 11 / 

New Meittbers, 29 j 9 J 



Ins 



PAT.34 iter's IM>FX to " THE TIMK8 " XKW8PAPKR. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Institute of Ciyil Engineers, 2 i 7 c 

Dinner to the Prince of \VHlej». 29 w 12 a 

Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Annual 
Meeting, 6 / i d 

Annual Dinner. 5 m \0 a 

Insurance Comjmnies, State of Shares in, see 

day's every paper 
International Antwerp Exhibition, Trflins at^ 27 

;18 a 

rommerciiil Tofgress «t Antwerp. I in 6 r 

t'onffrvnci* on Patents to Meet at Rome, 

l)eleg:ite.4 Si nt to, 15 7 5 / 

i\)p>ri«5lit '!» f 5 '/—I /5c 

««#» o/mo ( 'op V right 

Kdinburijh Exfiihition, \1 f \ d 

Exhil'its from iho Queen. 17 / r 

to be Opened by il»e I'riuceof Wales, 81 

M 8 h 

' EKn'tric (Touip«ny, 14 / 1 1 e 

Exhibitior. in Pari:} fur Iftsi), Notices about, 

1 8 / » A & ' — ^ iw 5 e 

- — Kinnncin) StKrieiy. 18 / 10 /~1 / 1 1 c 

Law. Lecture on. at King*8 College. 2 f\0 

*-»/ 10 CI— 17/4 a 

Monetary StNndarii Ansociiition, 25 j*' M h 

Annual Meeting. 25 ; A r 

»*^Wping ( arand Eumpean Express Trains, 

2 / U «• 

IRELAND 

Abatcnicnts of Rent Gran?e<l and Accepted. 

II i7 d-Wi J 7 c 

Demnnds for, 18 ; 7 '—l 5/6 h 

Aberdeen ^Earl of; liie New Viceroy, 11 

fU) b 

at Trinity College, 22 /« 6 a 

AddresN to. by l^oyaliMts. 17 « 8 b 

Muvfmenis of. 'i'i m '.♦/'— 27 wi 12 o 

(Countetis) Pr. p<>-f« a Stall for Irish 



inilnstrit's nt the Kdinbu>g<i Exhibition, 8 //; 7 n 

— AirrMriaji Outraged, ift / G c -•< wi 7 o & 6 — 
y M»8 #/— 15 m G rf— 2G m ^ f 

Brutal, Koastinu 8 Cows Alive, 10 w 9 / 

in Kei TV. 20 m 7 e 



— Agricultural Statist ics of. 8 f 10 r 

— Anti-Kviciion Hill. Pioposed }2 f 4 f 

— Anomalies of lri«b (iuYernnient. 11 ; 7 « 

— Artisans Exhibition. Sir Edw. Guinness 
Pays oflf the !)» bi of, 12 ; 7 a 

— A«»Hize-, » lit lO ..•- 8 m 7 6—12 w 5 «— 17 nt 
« /,— 2f» M U / 

— Aihlone. Riotous Scene in. 30 j 7 a 

— Board of Guardians. !1) / 8 /i 

— Boycotting, t'asea of. 27 / 10 £?— 1 /7 «— 8 
/ 7«— 12/ «a— IG/ 7 d 

of Banks. 6 j 6 a 

of Mr. Oowe. of Wigmore, 2,S m 10 a 

the Curin Karaily, 18 / 7 /_15 / 4 A 

the Knight of (iiiu's Cattle and Servants, 

24 M o (/ 

the National Scbiml at Querin, 8;5y 

Prient of Fides. i?G « y / 

of Sdlicifors, Prop:»!ied, 19 / 7 c 

in Trah'e Kair, « ; H a 

Notitv Posted Hgainst Mrs. I^wis a 

Widow and her Si*n at \Vini.Iford. m 10 a 
- — and Art 'milt to Stirveu Man, Named 



Ireland (ronttnued). 

Boycotting in West Cork. 18 /*18 « 

Mr. Parnell Formulated Law of. 2/10 a 

and Intimidation Statistics, 20 m 10 e 

Sir T. Brassey on. 12 wr 10 n 

Brutal Affsault on Joh:in:i:i Donohne an*! 

Setting a Dog at her Tearing her Feet while 
tl»e Assailants held her against a Wall. 1 / 7 a 

Carnarvon (Lord) Hetireiuent of, 10 j 5 / 

— 18 J 7«-l» 17 a 

Abp. of Cashel on the Land Question, 8 /*6 A 

Chapter of the Litnerick lioman Catholic 

Priests 10 Appoint a Sucoeasor to Bp. Butler, 

4m5 / 

(^hief Secretary for. Note on. 22 y 8 h 

Lord H. (Mmrchill on. 15 / 10 a 

in Belfa^^t, 2G f U) h 



Lynrb at iiilru^h, l»y 7 c 



- Mr. E. Clarke on, 9 ; 7 r 

Combinatioiw or Aasocintions Forming in, 

18/7 a 

Compensation Grar.ted to Inspector Con- 

naughton for Injuries by a Mob. 15 m 6 d 

Condition of -Five Deputations to the 

Mnrqnis of Sali^lMiry on, 20 j 7 a 

C'ork Butter Market. 28 » 7 « 

i at tie Tr»<le Adsociation, 2/66 

l)ef«>iiee Union. 1 1 1 7 rf-»8 1 7 a— 19 7 7 

a -2n/t;d -I / 7fi-8/7A-22 / 8 A— 8 « 7 
a — l&M G(i~22 fw 60 ' 

the Grand Jury of. Vote Unanimously 



agHinst Home Rule. P.> m lo h 

Steam Packet Company, Meeting, \j A d 



t\>unty of Limerick Constitutional Associ- 
ation Meeting, 18 / 7 A 

(N»wni(lly Attack at Killowen at Mra. 

P.lni.'iV. IH w/ 7 d 

- .Ab;!. Croke, (Charges against, 17 ^4 « 
- Curious Apologv. 28 ; 7 r 

Cunin Fjimily, 5 / G 6— 18 7 7 /— 19^ 7 a— 

26 / 5 / - 1 / 7 «— a / 6 r— 8 /7b 

Testimonial Fund, 22 /12 a 

Dairymen's League, 8/7 6 

Debate on Note on, 26 j \H h 

Deputation to ]^>rd llartington on the State 

of, 21 ; Ml u-'2:i t U) a 

Devtruction of 11 ay on Mr. Kelly's Boycotted 

Farm. 1 / G r 

Mr, Darcy'i Boycotted Farm, 4 7 6c 

Capt. Lloyd's of ( ^arrybecken. 14 ; 6 6 

I HtilcuUiex of Iri»<h Landlords, 3 / 6 <i 

Duke of Devonshiie's Tenants. Meeting of, 

at Tallow to ^et 40 per cent Beduction on their 
Rents, 2 / G b 

Dublin i istle. Levee at 26 7 5 f-'2Af 10 d 

Chaiulier of Commerce and Protest 

against Home Rule. 27; lOr— 28/ 11 e 
Exiiting Scene in, 27 j 10 r 

Meeting to Aid the Distressed, 11 m 7 a 



— 12 w 5 «-l5 m G d 

Subscriptions. 12 »• 5 « -19 m 10 6 



Meeting in, on the Hoii>e Kule Question, 

10/ 7 c 

the New Year and the Inatiguratiou of the 



New liord Mayor. Celebrateil iu a New and 
MagniflreBt \fanner. 2 (i n 
Public E:itry of the Viceroy, 16/6 



March 81, 1886.] palmer's indkx to " the times" nkwspaper. 



Ire 



Inland (continued), 

Kjvctment Prucetses, 20 j 6 6—81 w 9 / 

Elections. 7 7 7 /' 

and Knifland. l"9/ 10 r 

Knnifl, Great Din tress in. \ j A d 

Kvicrions in. « ; 6 A— 8 / 5 /— 1 1 7 7 c— 4 /6 

„.«8 / 7 / — 1 1 m 11 d-^22 m 6 a 

Kxpropriatinn of Iri*h i^aniilords, 20 m 4 6 

Faction Finht. id ? 6 h 

Failures of Justice in. 8 ^ 7 '• 

Fishery Fier* at Donegal, Blue Book on, 12 

IN 8 c 

Fi>hing in the RlHckwater and the Trouble- 
some Fariijtrs. &c. IJ» / 7c 

Mr. Glad«tone on ihe Papal Gift of Ireland 

to England, » / 8 '* 

• and the (jovernment. 19 / 7 o 

^— Note on, 27 / 15 e 

Mr. Gubbins Sells hi^ Stud. 4 / 6 a 

Mr. Herliertof Muckrostt's Ivstate, 80 / 7 a 

the Houjie Lea»!ue in. \',\ m 16 r 

Home Kule at Kild.\8art. 14 ;6 o 

Discutthion in Dublin University, 1 w 7 a 

-^— — iMr. GifFen'ii Article on, I m 7 ti 
Lord HartiM{jfoM*H Refusal of, 8 >n 7 a 

Meeting at Belfast against. IG j 6 A— 26 

7 10 A 

Meetings in Favour of, 25/10 a— 26/ 10 

A— 27 / 12 a 

United L-eland on. 15 > 6 f» 



Earl of Huntingdon's Estate, 20 ; 6 o 

Ircperial Taxation in. 21 J h f 

— •• Indications ** from Ireland— the Constitu- 
ents of ParnelHsm, 26 / IS a 

Dual Ireland. 20 w 4 c 

Iriuh Poverty, 13 m 15 a 

Social Dis4jrder and Landlords, 6 m 4 a 

Industrial Resources of, 8 / 4 / 

Irish Journals Discuss the Irish Question, 

8j6«-23;6/ 
National League in America, Donations 

from, to Mr. Pamell, 7 ; 6 a 
— Is an Irish Famine Impending ? 15 ; 6 A 
in 1885, from " Our Dublin Correspondent," 

2;4a 

Judicial Rents in, 7 / 7 rf 

Justice to. and to England. 2 ; 10 s 

Rev. Dr. Kane's Resolution against Home 

Rule, 8 m 7 6 

Kerry County Grand Jury, Resolutions 

Passed by, 15 w 6d 

Landlords Address to Mr. Gladstone on 



the Outrages in, 5 ; 6 a 
— Kingstown Estate. Meeting of 700 Tenants 
to Demand 20 per Cent R^uction on their 
Rents, 7 ) 6 <i 

■— Land Question in. 2 ; 6 c -7 i 10/— 9 > 10 
fl— 29; 18«-4y 10/ 

Local Government Relating to the. 5 ; 7 e 



— the Last Gal way Murder, Note on, 11 »a 7 a 

— Legal Neformin, 30/ 4(^-12/ I8c—17/7y 

— Limerick Meeting to effect the Re-naming 
of the Principal Streets in, 2f%c 

and the New Mayor. 15/ 6 *» 

Police Court, Violent Conduct of Pri- 



soners in, 29 m 12 a 
— Lispiore, Serious Conflict in, \1 f^e 



Ireland (rontinuett*, 

IxMsal Councili* for. HiJ d 

Government Board, 25 / 10 a 

Self-(iovernment in, 7 / 10/-8 /4/ 

Taxation in. 8 r 6 / 

Lord Lewishani on. 25 / 6 « 

Lieutenant of, Movements of, 14 / 9/— 



18 / 9/-20 / 9f 

I^yal and Patriotic Union, Meetings of, 20 

/5« 

Loyalists in, 12 / IS a— 26 / 5 / 

M Calmont's Circular to the Orangemen, 

&c.. 20 ffye 

Mail Cars, Seizure of Disguised Men, 16/ 

6 6—1 /7 a 

Meet of the County Limerick Hounds at 

Rockhill broken up by the Rev. Mr. Sheehy, 
R. C. Priest. 5 j 6 6 

Decision of the Master to sell his Stud 

and Estate and leave the C^ounfry, 7 } 6 a 

Meeting of Residents to Seek its Con- 



tinuance. 14 f 6 A 

— Meeting of the Irish Parliamentary Party 

in Dublin. 12 ; 7a 

of the Synod of the Church of Ireland 



on Public Affairs, 4 m 5 / -24 m 5 d 

— Ministerial ( changes in, 14/66 

— Moonlighters at Tralee— Singular Scene, 12 
fSa 

near Tralee, 16/6 6—29 i 7 6 

Burning of Cattle and other Outrage 



Increasing in, 1 1 m 7 a 

Raids. 1 / 7 a-6/6 a-16y 6 *— 16y 7 



</— 9 m 5 </-S0 m / 

at Gurtaclohane, 9 /6 r 



Mr. Morley and Evictions, Note on, 26/4 / 

Murder of Patrick Finlay,a Process Server, 

at Woodford, 5 m 10 a— 6 m 12 «-9 m 8 <f 

National League Meetings, 5/ 66—6 i6a 

— 8;6s— 18; 6 a— 18 ; 7 6-19 /76— 20 /6 d 
—26 ; 6 d— 2 / 6 c— 8 / 6 6—18 / 9 f-U fl d 
— 17 / 6r— 2 m lU s— 8 m 10 r— 8 m 7 a— I6»i 
6 (/—17 m 8 6— 18 m 10 r— 27 m 12 a— 81 m9/ 

on the Correspondence between Mr. Glad- 
stone and Lord de Vesci. 1 8 / 6 c 

Domination of the League over Hunting 



in Flatten. 14/66 

Mr. Matthew Harris's Speech, 6j6a 

How to do Nothing, 4/6 a 

Notice about, 1 / 7 o 

Threatened Suppression of. 80 / 7 a 

— New Chief Secretary. 5/6 rt— 8 f7 h 

Abp. Walsh's Protest against, 5/6 cf 

Roman Catholic Bishop, 29 m 9 /* 



— the Duke of Norfolk on the Roman Catholics 
in, 22 / 8 a 

— Notes on. 29 j 6 rf-20 r9f 

— Orangemen and Civil War, 24/10 d 
— - Orangeism. 29 ; 8 c-30 / 7 a 

— Outraye on the Dublin Railway, 80 m 5/ 

— Pamphlets on, 4 / 6 /* 

— and Parliament, 26 ; 10 6 

— Parnell {C. S.) at Barna, 11 /lO 6 

— Police Assault on, in Limerick. 28 m 10 a 
'' Secret Police Manifesto." 20>6 c 



— • Press on the Defeat of the Salisbury 
Government, 28 /7a 

59 



lite 



FALMKR'g INUKX tO " THB TIMES NEWSPAI*BR* 



[Jan. 1 to 



Iireland (rontinued). 

Presbyterian Church of Ireland. Special 

Meeting to Consider the State of the Country, 
li ffi 7a 

^-^ Prerention v. Coercion Note on, 8 /" 10 < 

Process Server in Carrickmore driven away 

by the Mob. 7 ; 6 6 

Attacks on, 16 ; 6 A— 29 ni « d 

at Listowel Illtreated by a Mob. 9 » 6 c 

- — Property Defence Association Report, 27 

on the System of Boycottinjf. 19 w 10 6 



Prospects of the Church of, 19 m 10 a 
of Property in, 6y 10 h 



— Raids for Arms in Limerick, 2/66 

— Railways News, 27 m l-i a 

— the Heal Pii.ch, 28 > 12 a 

— Kebellion or '98, Note on. 26 n2 « 

— Relation of Great Britain and Ireland, Note 
on, 22 f \Aa 

— Return of Turf bought from a Boycotted 
Farmer. 476c 

— the Woman Catholic Bishops on the State 
of. 28 / 4 / 

— a Royal Proclamation for, 6 / 12 r/ 
University. Meeting of the Senate. 9 jG d 



— St. Patrick's Day in Dublin, 18 w 10 c 

— Scartaglen. the Tenants at, purchase their 
holding at IH Years Purchase, 15 7 6 u 

— Seizures for Rent, 25 j 6 «— 16y 7 (/— 17y 6 
6—18/ 6r— 29ot d d 

— Sentences on Prisoners at the Munster 
Assizes. 1 1 7 7 c 

— Sheehy (Father) and the Starring Poor. 1 1 
i7d 

— Should the National League be Proclaimed? 

7JTJ 

— Stradbally Defence Association and the 

Starving Labourers, \2 m 5 e 

— Stete of, 13 / U a—15 ; 12 6—17 / 4 a— 12 
m 10/— 18m6/— 23 m 10 c 

— Strike against Rent in, 2 j 6 6—21 jSa -28 
;3/- 

— Ulster loyalists Meetings of. 6/6 a—lj 6 
6—11 7 7c-I3;6a— 19; 7 h -20 w7« 
Lands Committee and the Antrim Tenant 



Right Association discuss the Land Question 
in Belfast. 6 / «> u 

Progress of the Anti-Home Rule Move- 



ment in, I67 6 a 

— Under-Secretary, Movements of, 22 m 9/ 

— and the Vatican, 25 /'5 6 

— Viceroy. Departure of, 27 » 10 e— 29 / 7 6 
Deputation to the New, 5 ni 1 a— 10 m 9 / 



— Viceroyalty , Note on. 1 6 ; 8 « 

— a Victim of *' Landlordism " 18 m 12 6 

— Walsh (Abp.) Visit to the Abp. of Cashel, 
16 /6 a 

Lenten Pastoral, 8 w 7 o 

Receptions on his Way, 16 / 6 a 

Teaching, 18; 6 d 



— Lord Waveney on, 2 / 4 «- 6 /3 r— 18> 12 c 

— Duke of Westminster on, 14 7 8c 

— What will the Royal speech say about? 5 
/6a 

— Woodford, State of, 26 m 9 / 

— Working Classes, Distribution of tlie Bra- 

60 



bazon Prizes for Cleanliness and Window 

Gardening in Dublin. 25 7 <> d 
Irish Agitation and Irish Commerce, 15 ; 4y 

Agricultural Statistics. 6 / 9 / 

American Uemi'tancea. 6 / 10 6 

Ranking Statistics, 29 m 9 e 

in Canada. 8 / 4 r 

Defence Union, 14 7 6 « 

DeputatioiiH, 25 / c 

Election and Disraem')erment. 2 7 8 c 

Investments. Depre.'^sion of, 18 /« 10 « 

Land Purchase Act. Notes on, 26 / 1 4 6-* 

18 ;« 6 «-20 m 6 </— 22 in 7 r— 23 w 10 /"— 23 
in 10 r-26 ;« 3 A— 29 m 8 c— 30 m 10 d 

— Question. Note on. 29 w 7 </ 

Linen Trade a Ji>urnal for— the Irish TtX* 

tile Joumnl. 21 79/' 

Loyalists and I.«ocal Government, 6 « 13 d 

Milita. 18; 8 f 

Mortgages. 11/3 «/— 14 / 4 a 

National Banquet. Lord Ashbumham a(| 

20 »w 10 c 

League and the Irish Labourers. 9 / 13 ^ 

Naiiunalists. see Natioxalists 

Officials and their Enemies, 15/8^ 

Problem, 18/ 6«/ 

Programme, 18 7 5 </ 

Question. l2/6r— I2i IQr— 16 /8 6— 19 / 

8 6—20 786-21 78 a— 22/ I3e— 25 / 7 6—1 
/7 6-8/7/'-ll /4/— 11 /8 c— l6/4tf— 
I6./6^-l8/ 10 1—22 /8 a— 18 iM 12 6 
■ and the Conservative Party, 27 m 11/ 

— *- the Tnups on, S f 5 f 

Baron H. de Worms on, 25 / 6 a 



Representatives. 5 / 4 c 

Secessionists and their Adrocate, 7 / 4 n 

Vote. 17/8 6 

Loyal and Patriotic Union, 28 ; 13 e 

Meeting at Chester, 30> 7 6 

at Bath. 25 m 10 6 

■ ■ at Blackpool. 9 wi \0 d 
^— at Cambridge, 26 m 10 6 
at Edinburgh, 18y 6 a 

- — -at Hull, a f 7 n 

at Kensington Town Hall. 18 iti 6 * 

at Portsmouth, 30 w 10 e 

at Heading. 25 /" 10 6 

at Sheffield, 1 1 / 7 r 

Meetings of . 9 7 6 a 

and the PHrncilites. 22 f7f 

- and Polish Questions, tlie German Press on^ 
2»; ; 5 

Lish World on Rent and Politics, 1^66 
Iron— American Iron Association Reports, 26/ 5 c 

Austrian Trade, 6 / 3 a 

Belgian v. English, 26 / 4 / 

Cleveland Pig Iron Trade, I / 9/ 

German Competition in, 6/6 6 

Shipments. 2 w 5 / 

Trade in the North of England, I / 12 c— 

27 w 8<? 

Wages in the Iron Trade, 2 i \\ d^9 i \2 

— and En.'ineeriiig Tiade 7 / 11 « 
and Steel. Board of Trade Returns. 11 / 7 rf 

Ironmasters of Charlen>i, 29 m 6 b 

Is there an Ahernative Policy ? 16 m 4 €» 
Italian Embassy, 27/ 1 1 /— 3 m 8 6— 6 m 11 # 



March ^ilf 18S6,J palmer's ini>kx to " tub timks " NEwsPArER. 



Km 



Italian Designs for the Cathedral of Milan, 8 
m 9 « 

Fi?h Culture. 18 /9 / 

Green Book on the l^roposed Foreign Judg- 



ments (Conference, H j H e 
— Lakes. ^Sprillg8 ar. 26 tn9 e 
Winter at, 26>9/ 



ITALY I- 

and Abyssinia. II ; 5 /"—IB / 5/— 16 w 5 c 

' and England. 11/6/ 

Anniversary, the 8th, of the Denth of Victor 



Emmanuel, Celebration of, 1 1 .} 5 /— 18 ; 5 e 
of the Death of Maz/ini. Cilebratioii of 



the 14th Anniversary. 1 1 m 5 e 
Annual Financial Exposition, *io j h / 

Carnival in Home, 8 m d u 

('ai»e of Professor Nichol for Carrying a 

Swordstick in Kome, 18 / o t/— 28 toe 

- — and Colombia, 8 ; 6 c — 1 / 6 c— 4/6 c—QJ 
6r— 27y Id 

- Court News, the King's Birthday, 15 m 6 6 
and England, 29 m 6 c 

Exports of Gold. 6 / 5 // 

- — Funeral Mast for Prince Torlonia, liy 6 « 

-. Inundations in, 25 / 7 e 

I^nd Tax in. I im 6 c 

Legislative Proceedings, 19 ; 5 </— 15 /*6 « 

— 22 / 6 */— .N m i» a 

*! and Massowah. \ f% r— 1 m 5 s 

- - MetaU Exhibition in Rome, 25 / 5 ^ 

- — Miscellaneous News, \b j b c — '20J o d—2m 
5 c — 9 /« 5 c 

«. New Consuls, 12 / 5 « 

< Year's Receptions at theQuirinal Palace, 

1 ;3c 

Itonie, Carnival at. Preparation for, 12 ; 5 « 

■ and the (.'arolines. II ; 6 /— U y 6 e 

the Lateran Basilioa, Prggress of, 4 ; 6 a 

Municipality of. 29 m 7 c 

Vandalisni in. 20 m 7 c 



— Thentrioal News, Bianca Donadis about to 
take I he Voil. lo / 5 e 

— Trial of the Republican Conspirators, 8/6 e 

— and Turkey. 12 / 5 / 

— Vatican. Secret Consistory, 1 1 j 5 6—15 j 6 
/— 16; 5e— 15 / He 

Celebration of the 8ih Anniversary of the 



Pope, 22 / 5 e— 8 m 5 d — 4 /« 5 </ — 8 /« 6 u 
•■ Encyclical Address to the German Bishops, 

■■ Funeral Mass for Pope Pius IX., 10 / 5 s 

Orders Conferred by, 20 / 5 c 

the Pope Accepts the Ecclesiastical 

Law for Prussia, 2a / o c 
■>» and Russia, 16 / 5 d 

Volcanoes in, 16/5 d 

J. 
Jackson (Rev. C.) on the Mansion House Fund, 

8 m9 / 
James (Sir Henry) and his Constituents, 3 / 10 /' 

17/ 9./ 

at Bury, 2 /n 10 a— 22 w 7 c 

Japan, ( hri^tianity in, 18 ; 5 /' 

("abinet Changes in, 8 / 8 a 

*— Consecration of the Bishop of, 3/10 o 
^~ Scientific iostructioDs in, 18; 7/ 



Japan, the Treaty Problem in, 6 w 15 a 
Japansse Sanitation, 2{5 / 10 a 
Jarvis (li.) on Domestic Fireplace;*, M) f3 d 
Jenkinson (il. T. J.) on the Irish Question, 22 j 

18 #» 
Jephson (H.) the Economic Aspect of Home Rule, 

18 ; 3./ 

on the Irish Police Force and Home Rule, 

1 1 //I \\ d 

on the Irish Question, 19 » 8 /> 

Jersey. Commercial Crisis in, 19 7 7 /— 20 j \0J 
—25/ 7 /— 4 / 12r— 9 w9 / 

- Right of Appeal in. 2 / 12 A 

Stiite Assembly, Meeting about, 25 y 5 e 

Jessopp and Sons. 8 w 1 1 / 

Jews and Gipsies in Rouniania, 5fAb 

Board of uuardians. Annual Meeting, 15 

»i 9 / 

— Fanatics in Russia, 9 m 10 a 
Jewish School, Borough, Triennial Dinner, 28 ; 

10 
Johnson ^F.) Harbours of Refuge and the Un« 

employed. 18 m 4 /' 

(E. G.) on the Unemployed. 19 wi 13 rf 

Johore ' SuLan of) Portrait of, 12 ; 6/ 

Tixt of Agreement with. 5 / 7 « 

Junes (Harry) on Sunday Music 24 m 8 e 
( Wm. H.) un the Murder of Bp. Hannington, 

16 m U) f 
Junior Army and Navy Stores, 10 m 10 b^ 15 m 

lie 
National Liberal Club, Meeting to Establish, 



18y \oc 



K. 



Kane (R. R.) on Home Rule, 1 ; 5 « 

Kavanagh (Jumes) on Irish liebellion of '98, 26 

/ 12a 

(M. D.) on Annexation of Burmah, 2o j 7 e 

Kay (Dr. Wni.; Note on, 22 7 14 6 

Kelly (ChriS.) on ihe Irish Land Purchase Act, 

26 / 14 h 
Kennedy (Rev. H, M.) and the Bp. of Carlisle, 

;>u / 6 e 
Kensington Conservative Association, Banquet 

to Sir A. Borthwick, 6 m 12 « 
Kerr (C'apt.) i hinamen in the Navy, Sj 8 6 
Kliorasan, Disturbances in, W j 6 h 

Kus ian Exploration in, 1 / 4 <t 

King V.C. B.) on Overhead Telegraph Wires, 7 

; 6f 

( H, R.) on Overhead Telegraph Wires, 7/ 6 c 

Kingdon \^A.) Franr'.e and Madagascar, 4/80 
King's College, Lectures, 9 ; 6 «— 2 / 10 6—9 f 

lU CI— 17 / 4 a 

Old Students' Dinner, 14 / 4 a 

Hospital. Entertainment to the Patients, 15 

;76 

Meeting at the Mansion House in Aid of 

Funds for, 18 m 7r/ 

School, Annual Dinner, 19/6 a 

Kinnear (J. B.) What can Government Do? 15 

/3d 
Kisbey (W. H.) on Home Rule, 5 ; 10 c 
Kitchiiig (A. G.) on the Irish Question, 22 ; 14 a 
Kitto (Rev. J. F.) OD the Mansion House Fund, 

16 / 8 a 

KuighU of Labour, 12/13 6 

111 



Kni 



PALMKIi's IKDBX TO " TI[K TIMES " NKWSI'Al'KR. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Knijsht of Qliii. on the Statu of Ireland, 12 m 10 

f — 2A m l(» r 

KKIOHIHOOD AND BAEONETAOE: — 

Alexlnntlr, (laud. Buonet^ i / 7 e— 2 /5 e 

— 2«) lid 

BhII, H. Stawell. 2 i » / 

Hirkbeck, Kdw.. B-nonet, 5 fSe^B f9 f— 

Sm 12 u 

Brierlj, O. W., 6 / 7 a 

Btooks, W. C-., B'trontt, 5 f ^r—b f 9/— 8 

m 12 u 

Browne. Dr. {\. \ ; 7 «— 2 / 7 / 

Cook. Francis, B ronel, 3 /« 12 o— 4 m 9 f 

Oichton-Browwe. jHines 27 / II n 

Dalby, VV. B.. 9;y./— 11 ;«(i-20 7 11 / 

^— Davey, Horace 4 m 4 /— 8 //* 7 f» — \Sm 13 r 
^— Doringrton, J. K., Baronet, 1 ; 7 e— 2 / 5 «— 
23 I 12 a 

Ewing, A. O., Baronet, o/6 r— 5 / 9/— 8 

m\2u 

Fox, C. IX, 6 w 11 «-I3 M 18 c 

Grantham. Wm.. 27 / 1 1 a 

Green, Edw., B nonet ^ 6 / 6 r— 5 /•9 /— 8 to 

12 a 

- Hardman, Wm., 6 ; 7 o 

- Leighton, Sir. Frederic, Baronet, I / 7 e—2 
>6«— 28 / 12 a 

Monteflore. F. A., Baronet, ij 7e— 2/6 e — 

28/ 12 ri 
— _ Morrison, G. W., f> ; 7 o 
Paget, U. H., Baronet, 5 f c-^o / 9 /— 8 

m 12ci 

Haper. li. G.. 4 f6 a— 5/6 c— 18 w 18 c 

Hoberts, i)r. Wm., 6 ; 7 a 

KuUit. A. K.. 67 7a 

Bu-sell, ('has.. 4 w 4 /— 8 m 7 6 -18 w 18 r 

.^— Searle. Andrew. 2 / 9 / 

Stephen, (ieo., Btronet, 16 j 9«— 8 /"U a 

Turner, Wm.. 13 w i3 c 

Walker, sir A. B., Baronet, 28 ; 12 a 

Watson, H. iv, 5 / (i c— 13 w 13 r 

Williams, Monier. 10 / 9 / -12/4/— 18 w 

13 £> 

Kraptjtkine (Prince) Movements of, 26 /8 </ 
Kyuoch & Co.. 22 / 1 1 /- 1 mi 1 2 6 

L. 
Labouchere (H.) on Home Rule, 4 i I Ob— 5 / 12r/ 

on the Cirevk Question, 26 ) ii c 

^— and the Lonlii, ih m 13 r 

on the Maintenance of the London Parks, 

18 »i 10 r 

Labour Representation in Parliament, Dinner at 

the Criterion to. 25 / 10 « 
Laconperce (Terricn de) the Nestoritn Tablet, 4 

./ 14 a 
Lads, Civilizing KoukH. 14 78 f 
Ladies* National Association for the Abohtioii of 

Stare Kegulation of Vice, Annual Meeting, 11 

Meeting. 18 m 12 6 

Laing ((*. G.) on the Marine and General Mutual 
Life Assurance Society, 24 / 4 <; 

(>.) on Irish Land Purchase, 26 w 8 b 

Lambeth Degrees, 19 m 10 c 

Palace— Dinner at, SmlO f 

SaviDga Bank, Annual Report, 17/9/ 



Lancashire. Floods in North. 5 i HJ 

Insurance (%»mpany II / 1 1 a 

and Yorkshire Ac<:ideiit Intturanoe Company, 

22 /He 
Lanciani (R.) on the Municipality of Rome. 29 

m 7 r 
Land Agitation in Wales. I m 7 <? 
('osniniosion for I'^ntrland lieport. 6 w 8 ^ 

Cultivation, Mr. Bradliugh's Bill, 28 / 7 / 

Text of, 29 ; 8 a 

Devolu'ion Bill, 29 m 9 e 

Glfbe Lands Bill. 3 in 9 /— 4 mAa 

Lau'i* Ki't'orni of, Deputation to the Lord 

Chancellor on, 31 m 10 c 

Mines. 26 I iir 

Mortgage Investment and Agency Company 

of America. 12/11 d 

New Bill. i« II r 

Qu^ stion 14/13 i— 20 i 8 n— 8 « 6 A 

Reform. 12 / 1 1 / — 15 / 3 c 

Regisrry Bdl. Notes on. 26 / 10 e— 8 « 6 <; 

Securities Company. 15 i II « 

Landowners* Association. 12/ 12 c 

Langdale (P. K.) on Large Vessels and Small 
Boats. 20 m 7 ft 

Lankester (Professor) Lecture on Darwinism, 2 

/ 7 /-^[i f \\ f _H) / i{« 

Latham (J. F.) on (-avalry Swords, 17 / 5 /" 

^G. W.) Donation of ^l,0«»0, to Pay his 

Kleetion Expenses. «> -/. 15 h 

Health of, 1 / 3 /— 2 / 5 « -4 / 8 c— 5 ; 9 

/-8;9/ 

Latymer Road Missiiin. 7 / 8 // 

Laurie (J. S.) on Free Kduciition, 5 / 18 e 

Law Life Assurance Society. i3/ll a 

Reversionary Interest Society. 31 m 11 c 

Union Fire a. id Life Insurance Company, 

26 'II 11 b 
LAW:— 
Actions in Co n nou Law, see CirtL 

Actions 

in Superior Courts, see Civil Actions 

Appeal ('ases, see Civil Actions 

c iriniinal ("ases, see Middlesex Sbbsions 

Bankruptcies, see JiAKKRurTCiES 

- Bankruptcy Court Cases, see Bankruptcy 

COUKT 

Culls to the Bar. 27 1 5 / 

Cases in the Admiralty Court, see Admi- 

RALTV CoiIUT 

in the Probate Court, »6eCiviL Action b 



Cases beiore the Provincial Mtigistrates, 

see Police 

Central Criminal Couit. Notice, 7 ; 4 /— 13 

70/ 

Consistory Court, see Akcues, &c. 

County vvourt Cases xee (*iviL ACTioxs 

Court for the Con-itlcration (»f C*rown 

Cases Reserved, see Criminal Tkials 

\)ny» of Sittings of the Courts, in every 

day's paper 
— Director of Public Prosecutions, Parlia- 
mentary Paper on, <> m ■ 2 e 

Dividends in Bankruptcy, see Dividxmi»s 

Divorce Court see Divorce Court 

Ecclesiastical Cases, see Arches ConEX 

Estates in Liquidation, see Estates 



March 31, IsHG.j 



PALMfelUS IXDKX TO ** THK TIMES NKWSPAPEIU 



Lea 



(ro«ltJi«»(/\ 
lliariiig of Klecfion Prtiliuii*, H f 7 a 

Hilary Sitriiip« 4 ; H> /— h / 4 c 

0))fniiig of, K^ I 7 It 

( Hii-e Lis In ft*r, i> ; 4 r 

I UiUM.' of I^orils A ppeHlrt. Ch ur*j List, 1 2 / it b 



Lmwt UouriH and the Opeiiifig of I'Hrliaineiit. 

21 ?9 / 
Lord Miiyor'H Court Aciions, set Civil 

Actions 

Midland I'ircuit. IH /i* 3 « 

New Judg(% fii '6 e 

Jiistic H, 18 > Ml / 

Miigisiraies. icj ; 5 e-18 / 10 </-4 / 5 /*— 



- — i'olice M>i^t!>tratci, 5 / 8r 

Solicitor- (»eii«*nil, i« / 10 /— 17 M>€ 



— Notices of Sittings of the Courts, tn every 
duy^s paper 

of Causes. &c., i"« every t/ay*s paper 

— of PartiitTsIiipe, see I'ARTNhH^inrs 

— Privy Council Proceedings, «^« Cjvii. Ac- 



II CMS 

— Probate and Divorce Causes, 2 • 7 « 

— Public Exaniinntions see evuy Weanendtiy^n 
uitd. Soturdtiy^s pitfter 

Quarter Sessions, Trinls in, itee Chimin al 



Trials 

Hecntidership of Liver)KK»l. Mi fS n 

High I of Appi'sl in Jersey 2 / 12 A 

Koia of Queen's Uench Ma^ie'-s. 12^3^ 

Hoyal CouriM of Justice, i^ibbeiies from, ti 

m 1 1 / — 1 1 m 5 d 

' Scotch Bench and Bur, ste. Scoicii 

Sequestrations. «e« Uamkruptciks 

Spring Assizes. 2 lu 4 « 

Suggested Judicial ICconouiy, 6 w II f 

Suits in Chancery, »ee Civil Actions 

Suspensions, ate suspensions 

Swearing in of the Lord ( Imncellor. 9/ 3 h 

Touting at the Liw Coutt% 29 j 6 /— 2 / 8 

u— 3 / <> a — 5 / h II 

Trial of London AcMfin-*, 14 ; 9 /— IH / fi /r 

Trials in the Criniiniil Court, se Criminal 

Trials 

Usiiers in the Law Courts. 4 / <» // 

Winter Circuits, 1 1 ; h» // 

Arrangeiuents. 18 ?4 '/ 



- Wrecks C\>niniirsionei?« ('o4irt. .«<•*' Wrkcks 
Lawes (W. ti.) on Nt-w (iuii en, 12 / i4 •» 
Lawson (Sir Wilfrid) Liquor i'laffic in South 

Africa, :&(> /3 d 

on 'Jemperance. 4 » G A 

Lay House of Convocation. 7 / 8 r?— 9 / 7 f; -11 ; 
lO/— 14 » <i«-10 ; 6 I -'i\ / Oc-t; /<»€--! 7 
/ 10 «- 18 / 7 «- i9/ 10 r-2: / 3 a 

Laymen House of. Note <»n. 1« / 7/ 

Lea, HIver, Select Couunitiee on. 27 m 12 (/— 31 
m lo / 

LEADING ARTICLES: - 

Address, the Uebate on, 22/10 f—T^ } 9 a 

—26 / 9 e 

Amendments to, 25 ; 9 a 

-^-^ Mr. JesKe ( ollings^ Amendment, 27^9 e 
» ■ the !,ords* Debate. 22 / II a 
-^ A^rii:uUiirai StaUstics. 1 / 9 c 



Leadin^f Articles (rn?jfinj/«rf). 
— Allotnients :ind Small Holdings Bill, 20 / 9 <i 

AnMl«»-Anu'ri«Mn Copyright, I / 9 </ 

An^lo-Austndi-ian Postal Union. 2 / 9c 

Arch. Mr. Ji«j»epli, Dinner to, iSiOc 

Arniv, Haxoiieis for, 11 / 9 r 

Ksl inirt ti's 1 7 w 9 c— 28 w 9 c 

Me<licil Department, 3 / 9 rf 

PnMnoii<}n, il 7 9/^ 

Uecruiting, 15 mi 9 6 

State irf. 20; 10 « 

Vice ClianceUor Bacon, 12 / 9« 

Barton v. Taylor, 8 wi 9 rf 

Belgian and American Strikes 20 m 9 « 

the Uelt Trial. 10 m 10 a 

Bills of Sale, /9r 

Prince Bismarck and the Finances of the 

<;«riuan Kinpire. 27 »i 9 '• 

and i^e Pi4e«. 30 rf 



Board of Trade Hetuin-i.fl / 9 <? 



Mr. Bradlaugh and the House of Commons, 

13 I 9 v 

Lord Bramweira Legal Reforms, 11 m 9./ 

Lonl Brougham and Sir Lancelot Shad well, 

(J / 9 r/ 

Bud-et, 22 w 9 I 

Buried Treaswres, 29 /« 9 «f 

Bwiniah, I ; 7 /^ — 7 / 9 '/- I m 9 a 

snd (hinn 4 / 9 /»— 13/9 b 

Burmese Papers. 25.7 9 /» 

Business in tlu^ i I ouse of Commons, 10 w 9^ 

Cabinet, Crisis In, 18 w 9 u 

and Iri-h Policy, 15 m 9 a 

and its Policy, 16/^9 n 



the ( aro'>ri Ige Union Societ}', 2oJ 9 d 

~ Cape Cniony. 9 ; 94 

the Caucus, 8 / 9 r 

Mr. Chamberlain on Allotments, 12/96 

Change of Government, 2 / 9 a— 8 / 9 a 

Charity Organization. 19 / 9 </ 

Chinamen in the Koyai Navy, 7 ; 9 c 

Church Reform and Convocation, 18/ 9 c 

of .^cofland Bill 18 m 9 c 

Lord II. (-hurchill on Ireland, 16 /9 a 

at Manelustcr, 4 »« 9 c 

in UUier. 23 y 9 c 



— Civil Seivice Bread Company, 19 m 9 « 
Kstimates. 20 f 9 c/ 



Conference on Temperance Legislation, 27 

f M c 

Continental Railway Tariffs, 6 ; 9 r 

Convocation and the Laity, 13 ; 9 rf— 17 / 

9a 
Crawford c. Crawford and Dilke, 13 / 9 d 

Crime in the Army, 9 ; 9 « 

the Crofters Bill, 9 m 9 t 

Currency, 12 m 9 c 

Death of fionl Card well. \G f9 b 

of Anhbishop Trench, 29 /« 9 6 

the Debaies, i3 iw 11 b 

Debates of Yesterday, 19 / 9 / 

DecompoMiiion iif the Liberal Party, 28 i 9^ 

])efeat of the Government, 27 ; 9 c 

Diffl'Ulties of the ('Cabinet, 1 7 « 9 /» 

Mr. Dillwyn and the Chnrch in Wales, 9 m 

9 d 

- Dis-establishment, 4 i* 9 c 

I C3 



tiea 



PALMKK's INDKX to ^'THK TIMKS** XKWSrAPKU. 



[Jan. I to 



Jjeadiog ArticIeB {ronnnued), 

'- J J. villi ty Mt Oxford, \\ in 9 a 

Lord DufTeriii on Indian Poliry 5 7 9 a 

Eastetn ( risis, 9 / 9 ti - 1 » ? 9 fi — 19 / 9 fc— 

30 ; 9 h-'d f 9 h — '6 / 9 //--8 / 9 .♦>— 10/ 9 h— 
13/ 9tf-22y 9/i— '^3/ 9 /-3 w 9£*-l0#w9 
r— 25 Ni 9 / 

-— Kgypiian Finance, 4/9 h 

Electric Lighiini;. 29 m 9 e 

EmigrHtiosi and the Government. 27 HO a 

•r— England. Ireland and the League, 29y 9 b 
r- and Japan. * w 9 c 

~— Enplinh Jhf>torvtil Review 16 ?" 9 rf 

E^gli^h i'Hrties And the Irinh Question. 8 } 

9 1/— 1 4 ; 9 CI 

Farnieis and Meat Consumers, 2 / 9 d 

and hioiection, 3 / 9 /• 



- *Vn»Mle Franchi-e Bill. 20 / 9 h 

ForeigJi Affairs and the Brili^h Govern- 
ment, 2W ; 9 f 

f Judgment)*. 5 / 9« 

. Office and Kri*}sh IVadc^. 1 w 9 A 

Foreign Policy of I he Governinent, 21 / 9 r 

— 2o / H V 

France. 15/9 r 

— Co-operaiion in. 5 ; 9 rf 



— French Mimsrerial C/risis, 5 / 9 r— 8 ; 9 h 

, Affairs, 2 / 9 /, 

•: Bu Iget, l{< /w 9 e 

» Cnhii et, IS / 9 h 

— Mr. (jiad^iune'si'abinet- Making, 1/9 a — 
4 / 9 « 

Administration, 5 / 9 a 



— ai d hilt ('ollciigucM. 3 / 9 a 

Iii!*h I'olicv, li) /« i) ./— 30 w 9 A 



I'mupecis. :.'2 m 9 r*— 23 «/ 9 /i 

(jo..»iey r. Jardjne, 23 ;// 9 d 

ihe iiordoD Buy*' Home. 13 ; 9 / 

., — .Nil. (io.ochen im Hearing. Thinking and 

Kpa'inif. 1 /« 9 d 
» — ilu- Government and the ( hief Secretary, 
22 / y a 

*- and rhe Egyptian Qiie-«tion, 2 m 9 c 

■ Inierferenie and Lqiii.ie^, 25 / i) a 

im and Volijnleer!*, 5 w 9f 

— (iratt'H, «> / 9 // 

s Gieek Qiieniion 27 7 9 /— 18 m 9 h 

Greece and ilie Enniern Crisis. 2i» / 9 d 

9 and thi' Europ an Tower;*. 31 /« 9 A 

Giowfh of (Mdldren. 7 } Si ti 

— Bishop ilannington, 22 / 9 // 

Mr. I inrrison's Jrish J^cluine, l6/9<' 

« — Loul llarriiigtuii at the Eighty, Club, 6 m 

II h 
« Atlituile. 8 w 9 n 



»* 



— M reditary Legi-latora. (» m \\ r 

— Hi-^io ic'd Maim»cripts. lo f \) e 

— Home K'ule, 2« / 9 « -3 /// 9 h 

— ljuu»e of i umniooii and the Ministry, 14; 
9r 

, Building, 29» 9tf 

and ih<- Police, IT fWh 



— Ijord Iddopl. igh » /// 9 h 

— Indian Bu<igi'i, 2t> m \i h 

— Ireland und llie Government, 2 ; 9 a — 20 ; 
9 a— 2(> / 9 r--2d m 9 a 

PriAce fiisiai&rck's Plau fur, lly 9 6 



Leading Articles (rontinufii). 

Iieland and Mr. (jltdstone, 12 i» 9 6 

and Imi>erial Taxation. 24/9 6 



Social onler in. 5 m 9 b 



irifeh Affairs, 7 / 9 f« 

— ami ihe Government, 16 w 9 e— 26 m 8/ 

— in Parliament. 21 )9a 

— Policy and the Cabinet, 27 m 11 o 
and the Liberal Party. 9 / 9 a 



Question. 11/9 ci— 15; 9^ — 16 j 9 a— 18 

j 9 rt— 19 / 9 a - 10/ l» a — 20 w 1 1 rf 

Loyal and Patriotie Union, 30 / 9 /? 

— Italian 0|)6rH, 9 w 9 « 

— Sir Henry James at Bury. 2 m 9 d 

— LMbonr Stat In lies. 4 in 9 d 

— Land -Cultivation Bill 29 / 9 d 

Law Keft)rm, 31 i« 9 d 

— Landlordism in America. 15 *a 9 r 
Liberal Policy and the Liberal Party, 11 j 



9« 



Li(ju«ir Trft<le in Africi. 20 / 9 <i 
Loral G«»vernmefit, (» ; 9 '^ 

— TaxHti'Mi 2^ w 9 d 
London School Board, 6 / 9 rf 

— Sewage. 27 /» II e 
Lonufell iw's Life, 25 m 9 '/ 
L«){»s of Lite at vS-a, 13 / 9 r 
Lunacy Acts Amendnn-nt. 3 in 9 d 
Manchester, New Bishop of. Hi ; 9 r 
Mersey Tunnel Openinu of. 21 7 9 « 
MelropolifMn Distres.s^ (J / 9 u 
Monaco anO. its Archive^. 27 ^ 1 1 e 
Mr. Moiloy at Newivimie. 12 /9a 
Mormon Suppn'^sioii Bill. II / 9 r/ 
Mutiny on the /''/• nk A*. Thiifn\ 4 a 9 a 
Navy E;«iimatis. 1 1 /// '.» / — i9 m 9 b 

Condition of th«'. \(\ m 9 / 



- tlie Nelherby Burglary und Munler Trials, 
2 1 '/ 9 /» 

Ni'W A<lmiralty and War Offices, 2 m 9 « 

iiovernment. (» / 9 a 

Zealand Lil)el (^ase. 13 m \\ d 

Newfonn<lland. G<»vernor8hip of. 23 >9 « 

Official Retrenchment and Official Ciiaritj, 

16 /9r 

— Old and New Parliamentary Hands, /« 9« 

Orleanism. '^J »« 9 >• 

Bp of Oxford otj r^auguage, \\ f9d 

Oxford Univeibity, the Claim of Conusance 

by. IH/ 9 r/ 

parcel Post, Foreign and (/olonial, 1 ; 7 c 

-. Paris Exhibition of l«89. I«< / 9 d 

Parish Churches Bill, 28 ; 9 </ 

Parliament, Meeting of, 12 / 9 a 

and the I'^xecuiive. 2 in lie 

Ojje ing of, 13 / 9 a 

Bea^^eml.lmgof, l«/"9n— 19/9« 

Yesterdjiy's. 26 / 9r— 12 « 9 />— 17 in 9 d 

PejpK's' Pfd;JGe, I5;9f/ 

Pictures and Liizht. 26 m 9 d 

Planters of Northeru (juoensland, 25 / 9 « 

-. — Police. i;J M» II r 

the Political Libel Case, 6 m 1 1 rf 

Oisi*, 28 / 9 ri— 29 ; 9 a- 30 ; 9 a 

Political Outlook. 4 / 9 « 

Situati<»n. 17/9 <i— 20 f9 a 

FoUtics in the New Year, i j 7 q 



itarch iil, 1886.J palmIsk's iUdkx to " thIc times " nIcwspaper. 



Lii} 



Leading Articles (continued), 

IMitic* in Jndta. 1 / » 6 

Po.sitiun of the GoTernment, 29 ni 9 a 

of Parties. H / » n 

PrivHie Members* Bills, 28 ; rf 

Proct'dure <^mmUtee, 24./ U d 

Procedure liei^oiutions, 23 ; U £f — 19 w 9 c — 

23 m 9 r 

— PmspecU of Europe 2 / 9 ^ 

Queen and the New Medical Hal!, 24 m 9 o 

-» — Qufen*8 Speech. 2 1 ; 9 /> 

Railway and (^anal Traffic Bill. 27 m 1 1 rf 

Officialism, 13 / 9 « 

- — KailwHya 17/9 d 

- — UeTenue Prospects and National Defence, 

S m^ c 
- — Uiot ir. Beljnont- J50 m 9 e 
at the VVe'«t Kt»d, 10 / 9 </— 15 / 9 6 



Riots and the Police, 'r^ / 9^—24 / 9 e 
Road Kepair H / 9 <; 
Hoccabruna Railway Accident, ]2 m 9 e 
Royal Jabilee at Berlin 2 / 9 e 
— Liver Society, 12 / 9 r — 10 /» 9 rf 
Lonl Salisbury of Public Affairs, 18 / 9 6 
and Irixh Affairs. 4 w 9 u 



— • — Salriion in I8Hn, t4 > 9 e 

St. Paul's ("hurchyard. (i f 9 h 

the Schnapps Monopdiy lUM. \2 i 9 c 

Scho<ilnm-ter8. iheTrui. i-g of. 19 / 9 c 

- — Science and Art Depariment, 20 i 9 e 

Scottish c:hurch.:jl w 9c 

- — Smiihsonian Bureau of Ethnology, 19 / » c 
- — the* Soifiatists in the Park, 2"i /9c 

S<icit?ty ot Engineers, 2&j 9 d 

South Africa. 2 / 9r 

Spanish Bitihops. H / 9 c 

- — statues of the Acropolis, 25 / 9 e 
— — Sir James Sit-plh* n on Ireland, o / 9 b 
— — Stepney EltH^iion Petition, 1 tn 9 c 

tiK* Siree^rt. 1 1 ; 9 r 

Sunday Olosin^;. 1 1 w 9 b 

(^{»uning of .Vluseuins. 20 m \\ d 

- — Sir Henry Tayfir, 3 » m 9 d 

In Thret»- Volumes, 4 ; 9 «? 

Unemployed in Lotidon, 4 J9c — 17 / 9 b 

'■■■ and I lie Kfot. 9 f 9 h 



Union of Presbyterians. 8 ; 9 rf 

Universal 'lime. 22 in 9 d 

— Ventilation of hewers. 9y 9 c 

Wales. R^-nt in, 16/96 

Water, Lonlon Stipply, 12> 9 cl 

- — the Weather. 4 wi 9 < 

Welsh Land league. 12/9 b 

Working C'lasses. the Comliiion of the, 20 

;9 6 

Worthless Bayonets, 14 ; 9 </ 

Leake (Uobt.) on Mr^ A. Grey mid his Coir^titif- 

ents. 4 / 7 ri 

Reas$on and Authority m PoKtica, 1 1 / 13 c 

Leaseholda Enfranchise BiR 8 m 6 c— l(i m \0 b 
Enfranchisement Association, i> / 11 6--i^ 

m 10 / 
Leather, Bristol Fair, 1 1 m 9 c 

Trade, Ponielland Sing's Report on, 13^;' 1 1 c 

l^ecky (W. E. H.) on the Irish Question, 13 ; 12 b 
Leeds Industrial ('o-operative Society, 30 j Us 
— ^ Disturbance at, 20 wr 7 « 



Leeds NTusical Festival. 12 / « 6—30 m oe 

Our rage on a Works Manager at, 8 f6J 

P.. lice and the Kiois, 29 m 7 a 

Sheriting AfiFray at. 12 w 8 <• 

Legal Appointments, 5 ; 9 « — f 7 a —9 ; 10 c — 
1 I ; II ii-22 / ft /—I / 9 /— 2 / » / -3 / 9 /— 
13/ lOrt— 16 /•9/— 17 fVZa—ra / 10 o -24 
/ 10 rf -27 / 13 J— 2 •« 5 /-4 w 7./-6 m \2 d 
— 1« m ? c— 26 w 10 r— 27 «» 14 </— 30 m 10 c 

and General Life Assurance Society, 19 m 

12 6 

Leicester. Riots at 12 / 6 c — 13 / 8 a— 15 / 8 6^ 

10/5 /--17 / 8 /.— 22 lu 12 6 
Lei(;hardt (the Australian Explorer) Discovery 

of his Remains. 18 m 10 o 
Leitjh (C. A.) on the Elementary £>lucation of 

Girls. 14/ I3s— 26 > 13^ 
I>eigliton Buzzard Parish (Church, Restoration of, 

20/4/ 
T^ennard {Her. J. B.) on (Church Reform, 7 ; 6 / 
I^ennox • Lord H.) Notice about. S / 6 c 
Lesiie(ll. J.) St. John's Wood Blind School, 8 

1 4/ 

( lohn) on Irish Land Purchase, 22 m 7 </— 

23 /« 10 / 

('<. (\) on Road Repair, 5 / 14 6 

Lesseps (M< de) Notice about. 24 w 4 / 

Movements <rf. :iH i 7 #/— I / 6 6 

Lever (i^^ll is) ColUvry Explosions and Coroners^ 
inquests, b i '6 a 

Lecture on InteriratitniRl Law, 9 /' 10 a 

Levi (L.) the Relation of Great tsritaio and Ire^ 

land, 22 y 14 n 
Ivewes, tl»e New Judge at —Mr. Grantham. 6 / 7 /* 
Lewis ( W. T.) Mardy Colliery Explosion Relief 

Fund. 4/76 
Lewislmm (Lord) on Ireland, 25 ; 6 c 
Lhasa. Misstion no. 12 ; i> t 
Liability of Employers. Mr* Burt's B:!l, 30/9/* 

of llofelk^epers. i8 / 7e 

Liberal Club. Propued New, iu London, 10 / 1(/ 

c/__*|h / lOc 

MeinlH*rs and lloine Rule, I ; 6 6— *29 j 6 (f 

Appeal for Funds, 3 m 9 e 

Central As'Jocintion I'ircular, 4/5 e 

Meeting of. 18 / iU r 

and the ("luster .Meeting. *6 f d d 

— Conference, l;> / 6 r 

Organizttiion. Conference on, 2 m 5 c — 3 wr 7 # 

No<e on. a / 6 « 



Party »tm> its Dictator, 19/14 a 
l'K?ilges. Note on. 6 / 10 //* 



Ltberalisjin at Chelmsford. 4j \0 d 

hi London, o ? Mi />— 1 1 / II /' 

Liberation Society. Meeting, 24 f S d 
Libenitor Building Society, 4/116 
Library Thefts from- Italy. 21 ; 13 c 
Liclrflekl (Bp. of) Movenwmsof, 25 m 7 f 
Liebig's Extract of Meat (^)inpany,. 20 ; 1 f *• 
Light and Water Colours. Note on -6 w\Sir 
Lighting ApparatiFs Proposed Exlribitiun of^ 9^/' 

11 6 
Lightning. Photog-rnhy by, 22 i/r 1 1 6^ 
Lincoln's Inn. Dinner. 20 / 7./ 
— our Bnddin^H in. Xote on, 12/4/ 
New Bem.'li«>rs, Jir f bj 



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PALMKU S INDRX TO *^ TIIE TIMES NE\rSI'APER 



[Jwn. 1 to 



Linares r.«ead Mininpf Company. 19 //i Iiy 
Lincolnshire Chambier uf Agriitulture. Annual 
Meeting, 2/ 18 a 

— Annual Dinner, at Horncaatle, Mr. Stao- 
hope at. 1 r \2a 

Linen and Woolle» Drapers, Silk Mercers, &c., 

Institution, Annual Kenort, li) ; 4 / 
Linton (Sir J. D.) Exhibition of National Art 

Treasures, 18 m \2 d 
Lion l^rew.-ry Cun^pnny. i&/ II /* 

— Fire Insurance Cuinpany, 22 m 11 « 
L quid Fuel. 27 m (i a 
Lisson Street, Marylebone. tlic London Kookery, 

I U / 5 (i 
Liszt (Frank) Notice iiluMit. 18 / 10 e 
Little ^W. ('.) StHtistic:) of Allotments an(f Small 

Holdings, o m 12 c 
Littledule {,\t. E.) im the Liver{)ool Kitual Case, 

2(5/3#-« / 4 d 
Liverpool diieuiical School. ()p<.'ning of. 22 m 6 « 

Exliibiiioci and the Hukif of EdL. burgh, 11 



; loy 



Notice about,. 23 ; 12 /^ 



Investment Buildinti Society. 25/11 d 



-^ Proposed Visit of the Queen to, 22 vt^J — 
2'.» /;/ 1 2 a 

- Uitual Case. 26 i 8 ^-27 / 10//-29 ; C 6-4 
/ i:U- 8 / 4 ./ — 12/w 11 d 

Mr. Tate's Don'itioii for a Hospital for, 3U 

Llai twitt. Discovery of Prehistoric Implenieius 

nt, 7 j 4y 
Lloyd's Meeting on the Siihn (^ase. 26 /*6 d 
Lloyd ((■.) Annexntion of Unrnvaii. 4 / 7 a 

iKdw.) Notice about. 2 f loc 

(Major) on the Nile Steanxr fjotus, 2*) j 86 

Lobit v'J^'hn; Appenl for L'oor ( hildrfU. 24 m 1 1 c 
Local Ciovctnnient Uefonn 2 / H s— a / 6 & — 6 ; 

(i e—7 i 10 c-i».; (> d 

- an»l the Unemployed. II / H» /' 

Loch (('. S.) on the ( hariiy OrgHnization Society 
and tlie Mansion House Fund, lU m 10 d — lo 
m 8 c — 25 n> \\ o 
Locket (Ci.) Ileroiem Unlcrgrouni. 7*8/ 
London ( Bp. ol) oo DiM-esiabli»hinent, '6 ni 7 d 
— Notice alH)Ut. II /« i> / 

on Scivice« lor Young Men, 18 w 14 a 

London Assurance Corporation 18 w 11 6 

- — Assets I'urciiaM' AstiocialioA. 18 / II d 
ColKge of Physician^ and Surgeons. Layiiig 

the Fonadation ^tone ol. by the Queen, 2«t / U / 

Chamber of Commerce, Meeting, 16; 6 d— 

\2J ti /— 2()«i 18 6 

Diocesan ('aiference,. 2 w 1 1 t'— 4 m 8 6 

Financial Association, 29/ H /— 5/ 1 1 d 

Fields, 21 i 8 c 

Fo>« in, 10/6 /— 18 m 12 d 

General Oiunibos Cotupany. 6 / M e— 8/ 

n «— 17/ II d 

Guarantee and Accident Com ptiny, 24 1» 1 1/ 

Uo8;>ital, AruMjal Freat, (>/ yy 

Note on. 2 / 18 a 

liMtituiioii. T-iectwea 2 ; (> *f — 9 ; 9 /"—Id; 

4 /_27 ; 18 6 -2 / 7 /-6 / 4 <y-9 / 1 1 /—lU / 
«# -19 fHd 

- Muiucip;il Kefs>rni. fjeiigne, .Meetings^ 12 /(J 
i— U;(i/^-287 ♦ • 



London Parks, Maintenance of, 13 m 10 r — 13 i» 

12/ 
Ophthalmic Hospital, Annual Meeting, 10 

m 10 / 
Orphan Asylum, Anniversary Dinner, 4 

i»9/ 

- Petroleum Association, Note on, 18 / 11 /' 

Koad Car Company. Ifi / 1 1 rf~25 / II rf 

Saniiary Protection Society, Annual .Meet- 
ing, 1 m (> d 

Scottish Building Society, I / U r 

Sunday School Choir at Albert Hall, 29 

mi f 

Lniversity. Convocation. 20 ; 5 /* 

Distrilution of Prizes. W f 1 f 



Jubilee of, 12 / 5 « 

List of Past F.xaimnations, 2 > 5 e— 18 ? 10» 

a—iflj^ 0/ 7./-l2/»/-24/8/> 

Edinburgh and Glasgow Assurance Conv 

pany, 2j II a 

and General Water Purifying Company, I 

y II r 

and Provincial Fire Insurance Company, 22 

mils 

Marine Insurance Company, 2 J 11 cf — 1» 

j W h~'lh I II u 

- - and South African Kxplaration Company, 
2a m 1 1 d 

Stereoscopic and Photographic Company, 

IS m II d 

and Tilbury Steam Laundry ConiHiany. 80 

w 1 1 t 
LonKford (Lord) on the Irish Question, 25; 7 6 
Longevity in the Society of Friends, 18 / 9 /" 

Ime.es ing instance of, 28 / « e— 29^' 8 e 

in the Tt-nea Obituary. 24 iw 12 d 

Longfvlaf} vG. U.) on the Charily Organization 

Socii'ty and the .MauMon House Fund. i<8«/«5/ 

tlhi Oepopulation of Jiural Districts in 

Fnince. Mi / 4 e 

Longnevilie & Co.. on the Discovery of Lord 

Trev«H-'8, Stolen Diamondx 2 m \i) e 
Lord Chancellor, Otiicial Dinner, 22 m 9 y— 25 

M 9 / 
Lottery Frauds. 24 / lOe— 27y 12 « 
Loughor,, GUmorgan^lMre. the Defunct Corpora- 

tion. 27 m 18 h 
Lowell (J. H.) Notice ab<.ut, 29 / »/ 
Loyal Society of Ancient Britons, I7tb Anniver> 
Loyalty and Uadicalisin. Note on, 26/ 10 e 

sar}' Celebration, 2 m 5 e 
Lubbock (Sir John) on the Pleasures of Reading, 

at Working Men's College,. II ; 8 a 
Lumby (I. \i.) on Dr. Wm. Kay, 22 ; 14 b 
Lunacy Laws. 29 / 14 ^-27 / 4 c— 18 m 10/ 
Lynd {iiev. H.) on the Irish Political Crisis, 7 

; 6 ri 
Lyons (Lord) Movements of, 18 / 9/ 

M. 

Maas (Joseph) Memorial Fund, 8/11 / 
Marcartney (W. E.) on Orangeisnn^ 80 ; 7 a 
Maccarthy (./. G.) Suggestions for f^gislatioa •» 

the Irish f^and Quest itm. 29 w 7 (i 
MacdonaM (Sir John'; Banquet to, bj^d 

Notice iibout. 80 ; <» b 

Macfarren ( -^ir G) >»n Music, 2 fiib^J 



I 



t;K. 



March 31, 1886.] talmbk^s index to " thk timks " nkw^papkr. 



May 



ICickarnew (F.) Liquor Traffic in South Africa, 

26 ) 4 </ 
Mackenzie (John) Bcchuanaland. 1 ;6a— 20 7 4<i 
Mackiiinon ^Hev. D.) on tbe Botit Aecidcnt in 

Skye, 12 / 4 / 
MaclHi^an (T. J.) on the London Riots 12/ 10 <? 
Madagii^car, 4 ; 13 c 
anJ France. 4 / 8 c— 13 m 12 r 

- Memorial Uequcstint; a French Protectorate, 
19 ; or 

Treaty with France, 9;6c — 10/5// 

Maginn (F.) Kduc^itioii of the Deaf. 27 m 4 d 
B^laguna (P ) on lulucaiion C'omniiasion 4 / ifte 
Maharajiih iJhuleep Stugh. Notice about, 19 f 

n / 
Maida Vale High School. Prineesa Louise at, 16 

J7e 
HAILS:— 

- see ereru da^*8 paper 

- — Au^traUan and New Zealand. 21 / 9 / 

- American Service. Letter to Lord Woiverton 
o». 31 m 10 6 

- South American. 25 i H /• 

West Iiuiia, Pacific and New Zealand, 8/ Oe 

Main Drainage Kmbanknient G / (> r 

Ualet (Sir E.) Muveiiieiits of, 2/5 /'— 11 f9 e 

Dmner Party bv. 25 / 10 /— 4 m 6 / 

Maiden (C. E.) on Sir Uiclvird Mayne, 25 / 6 / 
Mallet (Louis) on Bimetallism and Pound Notes, 

26 J 13/— 15 m 4 «— 24 in 9 e 
Man (E. G.) on Burmah, China and Dacoities, 

Ujia 
Manchester, Bishop Designate of, Notices about, 

I J (5e/— 10/ 10/ 
New Bishop o% Ui j If 

(Bp. Fraser) Memorial to, 5 / 9 /" 

(Bp. of) Last Words of Bp. Fraser, 2 / 6 d 

(Duke of) a Defence of the w^ueenskind 

Planters, 28/ 12 d 

Chamber of Commerce, Annual Meeting, 2 

y 8c 

Kiot at. 1 m 7 

Two Singular Cases of Poisonkigat, %\mhh 

Unirersity — Appoiiktments, 23 / 10 c 

Manitoba, Cattle in. b m 7 e 

Trade in. \Zmld 

Manitoba Mortgage and Investment Company, 

24 mil/ 
Manners (Lady) Seasonable Advice, 4/46 
(Lord John) the Death of William IV.^ 20 

;8d 

Movements of. 13/5 / 

Manning (rardinal) on Intemperance, 25; 4/* 

Health of. 25 m 9 / 

and the Primrose League, 22 m 9 / 

Maoison House— Annual Juvenile Ball at, 7/ 

11 d 

Banquet at, 26 / 10 / 

— « to London Bankers and Merchants, 18 m 

10 6 

- to the Masters of the Livery Coi»panies of 
the City. 18/9/ 

Dinner at, 20 H 1 r— 6 / 6 « 

Laily Mayoressi*8 Receptions, 9/12 c— 27 / 

10 6 
Marlborough ( Duchess of) on Blenheim Palace, 

Sdia 12 u 



Marine and General Mutual Life Assurance 

Society. 27 / 1 1 c 

Note on, 24 / 4 <• 

Maritinie Iiisurance Company. 16/11 6—19 i\\ b 
Mai]t>v (C. B.; British Consuls and British Trade, 

6 »} 6 « 
Marriage with a Deceased Wife*s Sister Bill, 8 /* 

4/- 18/ 7/ 

of a Major, aged 84, at Kiefif, Proceedinf^a 

afsamst. for Marrying so late in Life, 24 m 5 o 

Marriages in Chaf)el8 Bill, 13 m 6 a 

Hours of Celebration BUI, 22 »a 10 e— 26 

m A ft 

Nonronformist. 25 m 9 e 

MAEBIAOES : — In consequence of the Regis- 
trar-General having u complete Alphabetical 
List of all Marriages in the British Dominions, 
also of all Marriages of British subject s abroad, 
which can be inspected at any time, at the 
ofHce in Somerset House, it is not deemed ex- 
pedient to insert the Diinimum lists as adver- 
tised in the Tt».es, 

Airlie. l^ord, 20 / 5 </ 

Beresford-lloi)e, Miss Mary, 2 w 5 / 

Bourbon, Infanta Maria LuLilia Franciaca 

de, 8 m 5 s 

Decases. Mdlle., 9 w 5 c 

Drew, liev. Henry, 3/106 

Gladstone. Miss Mary, 3/106 

Gore, Lady Mabel, 20y 6 d 

Lowther, James Wm., 2 m 5 f 

Millais, Miss A. C, 7 / 10 c 

Orleans, Antonio Louis Philip Maria, &c., S 

m 5 « 
Sardelys, Corate Deville de. 9 m 5 e 

Stephen. Archduke Charles, 1 w 5 e 

Stuart- Wortley. C, B.. 7 / H) c 

Theresa. Archduchess Maria, 1 m 5 s 

Married Women in Bankruptcy. 9 m 11/ 
Marriott (— ) at Brighton, 8 i 10 / 

Marritt (Vf.) Tithe Commutation Septennial 

Averages, 6 id d 
Marsh (K.) on Her Majesty's Theatre, 9 m 10 a 
Marshall (A.) Political Economy and Outdoor 

Relief. 15/13 6 

- (^John) What to do When Dress Catches 
Fire, 7 ; 4 o 

(S.) Proposed Anti-Eviction Bill, 12^4/ 

Martm & Co. Limited, 25 / 1 i 6 

U.) on the Minting Park Estate. 9f6d 

Marylebone, Sanitary C/ondition of. 9 j 4 a 
Capture of a Fox in. 15 / 6 d 

- Dinner to the Conservative Member, 4 /'66 
Mason. Bros., 2H / II a 

— rG. S.^ on the Dog Ueijulation, 2l> 7 / 
Masonic Benevolence in 1885. 2 / 5 / 
Mather-Thompson Bleaching Process. 26 / 3 e 
Maxwell (H. E.) on the Irish Question, 12 / 10 e 

—2/ 12 6 

on the Word " Hinds." 28 / 7 a 

Mauritius Land Credit and Agency Company, 20 

m 13 (—30 mile 
Mayne (Sir Kichard) Note on, 25/6 / 
M*Calmont (J. M.) on Orangeismi 30 ; 7 a 
M'Clure (R.) on the Weather, 18 / 10 / 
M'Mahon (A. R.) Alleged Suzerain Righta of 

China in Burmah, 2^3 /— 9 /8c 



li'L 



PALSIEk's iJfDKX TO ** THE TIlIES '' NKWSPAPEIl. 



[Jan 1 to 



M'Laren (Chas.) Reform of the Government, 15 

/4/ 
(D.) the Scotch Vote and Mr, Fin!a>*8 Bill, 

25 m 7 d 
Meat, (heap. 2/11 / 

ImporlB of Fresh. 12 / 6/- 15 / 6 i/— 18 m 

18 a 

Medical Education of Women, 10 w 12 6 

^cience in rortugal, I4.j 3 / 

Medicinal Wine*, a Test Case, 13 ; 1 1 t/ 
Medjidieh. Orders Conferred, 20 ; 11 /— 23 ; 12 

ti — 13 m 13r— 24 w 12 «— 31 m 12 a 
Medley (G. W.) New Electors and Fair Trade, 7 

f 36 
Meeting of Creditors— GJrd*-ood. Robert. 16 /5 e 

Steinshal^ ('o.,of Manchester and Bradford, 

20 f W h 

Mendelssohn Centeiwry, 13 7 6/" 

(VI OSes) Cdei) rat ion of the U)Oih Anniver- 
sary of the Death of, at Dessan. 5 ; 6 d 

Medicity Society. Note on 2<) / 1 1 / 

Mercantile Investment and General Trust Com- 
pany, 15 / II e 

Merchants Marine Iiisurance Company, 2(ij 116 

Merch mt shipping ( 'ompany, 2 «i 11^ 

Mersey Tunnel see Railway 

Metallic Pipe Joints, i3 / H e 

Metals Exhibition in Rome. 25/5 h 

Meteoroh)gy of the Past Year, 2j 6 e 

Meteors, Remarkable, 19 ; G c^ 

Brilliant, 1/86 

I)eceml)€r. in the Pacific, 10/13 a 

Pace of. 31 w« y « 

Methuen (Col,) on Metbuen*s Horse, 11 j9 f 
Metropolitan Asylums Board Meetings, 18/ 12 b 
_1 / 8 A— U; / 4 ^ -1 m (> / — 15 mi 7 6—29 w <> d 

Board of Works. Meetings, 9 j 10 /— IH / 7 

a— 23> 6 «— 30 ; 12 o— 6 / 8 «— 13 / 6 «— 20 / 
6 /—I m 3e-6 m 7/— 18 wt 12 a— 20 w 13/- 
27 m 12/* 

Report, 20 w 13/ 

Fire Brigade. Annual Report. 25 ; 7 d 

Pauperism. 7 MO </— 15 ; 4 r -21 ; G a— 28 

7 9/-4 / 11 /— 11 / 8 6—18 / G ri- 25 / 7 J— 
4 /w 9 / — II m 12 ry-18 m 10 6-2G m 13/ 

Radical Federation, 2H w 3 6 

" — Visiting and Relief Association, Note on, 18 
;8r 

Public Gardens Association, 13 / 11 d 

- • and Suburban Milk Supply Association, 24 
/'ll rf 

Mexico— Appointments, 2Gi 5 r 

British Claims against, 6 tn \2 d , 

Decline in the Revemie. 25 ; G u 

Miscellaneous News, I / G e — 17 / 5r d 

Pensions to Montezuma*s Descendants, S/7d 

Silver Mining in, 13 ; 5 A 

Middesex Conservative Association, Amiaal 

Meeting. 18 / 10 6 
Middleton (J. W.) on the Snowstorny, S i d 
Midland Hotel. Birmingham^ \ / \\ c 
Land Investment Corporation, 1 1 j 12 a— 12 

,6./-iG i WJ 
Military Federation of the Empire, 19 m 10 / 
Milk, Price of, 4 / 9 /-6 / 7 c 
Miller (W. C.) Sir Wro. Harcourt on the Irish 

Question, liy 8 e 
G« 



Millers Tanning Extract Company. 6/11 b 
Milltown fLord) on the Irish Question. 16 fid 
Milner (Fred.) the Arms of the British Soldier, 

1 5 ;■ G c 
Miniature Historical Group Exhibition 2/7 «— 

6 jiid 
Mineral Statistics, 30 m 9/ 
Miners, Conference of. 20 j \\ c 

Enctric Lamp 2 • / 4 /" 

MINING INTELLIGENCE :- 

Accidents, .see Accidknts — MiwiKO 

Association of Great Britairv. Annual Meet« 

tnjr. 2«; / 9 e 

- Bill. 22 / 7 e 

Business of the Week, in each day's paper, 

under MoTietf Mnrhet 

in the CJujcm'-U'^. 22 f^d 

Ctnnpaniejj Res^istered in 18*^.^ '874/ 

Explosions, Deaths from, during the Prsf 



Year, 5 ; <» e— G / 10 / 

— Leaver and Royalties, 20 ni VI f 

— Legif*l«tion, Conference of Members 
Parliament on. 11 i« 7 « 

Deputation of Miners on, 19 i« 9/ 

Notes on, 12 tw 8 c 



of 



- Noriln-rn Lead Mining in 18j^5, 6 / 10 / 
State of Shares in Companies, ste eoer}/ 

da if* 8 p'fi'er 
MinfeterirtK'rwis, 28 i G a -29 ; 6 r— 30 f 6 d—i 

f 7 r— 2 / G a— 3 / G «— G / 6 f—^J 6 c— 10/ 

6/-11 / 10 a— 17 //I hd 
— '- Appointments and Resignations, 1 1 ; 9 /"-- 

12 i 5 /— .^0 ; 9 /— 13 / 9e-lG / 9 /— 24 / 9 /" 

__-/5 f *f/—2Gj 9 «— 20 m 1 1 J- 22 m 9 /— ai 

m 9 e 
Arrangements, 20/ Gd 

- - Dinners, 5 ? 9 / 
Mi*eting«, 13 7 10 a 

Movements, 1 / 7 e— 2 ; 9 f^* j 9 / -9 ; 9 Z' 

—11 , <) ,_12 7 5 /'-18 / i^/— 21 /9/"— 27i \9 
6—23 ; 9 «- 1 7 ./ 9 /'-22 w ^f / 

New Ministry, 4 / 5/— 5 / 6 a 

Notes on. 28 ; G r 

Rcsiu:nation of Mr. Clwmberlain and Mt, 

Trevelyan, 29 m 9 / 

Roman Catholies Appointed toOffice, G/oc 

Mtntrn»r Park Estate. 9 y G i/ 

Miscellaneutis Foreign News, see evej'y day's paper 

Mission to SeaiiK»n. Gift of a Vessel to. by the 

Duchess of Grafton, 4 m 10 d 

Work at East End. b t'l e 

Mkford (A. B.) on the British Museum Pigeon*, 

i 7 Ga 
Modern Statesmanship. 22 vi 7 d 
Mwlerate Liberal on tlie Areie, 1 / 7 6—2 f B b 
MolleiidorfiF (Herr Von.) Movements of, 19 ; 8 or 
Monaco Library— Archives of Monaco, oJ\Sd 

—27 / 15 r?— 12 m 10 / 
Mouses, the Jesuits Expelled form, 9 ? 5 « 
Money ((-. F. S.) on the Murder of Bp. Hanning^ 

ton, 17 / G « 
MONEY MABKET}— 

Belgian Three-and-alxalf per Cent Stock, & 

; 6^— 18 ffi 9 / 

Bills on India, Tenders for, 14/11 a— 20; 

II 6—21 / 11 6—28; 11 fi— 4 f'W a— 11 f\\ a 
-«18 f\\ 6—4 m 11 6—11 TO 11 «— 18 ml\b 
— 25 /» 1 1 a 



5fareh ^.1, l^S(>.J fALUEK^s ixpkx to **the times'* newspaper. 



Mar 



Honey Market (rontiuueti). 

I'ity of Melbourne Loan. 11 m h 

Kfryptian State Domain and Daira Lomus, 

20 m'r^ h 

Paris Market, see ever if d'tjf\ piper 

. I'erurian Bun<iholdcr8. Meeting; of, \ j n d 

Kates of Money Current on the I'rincipHl 

ForeiKU Mat kets 1 ;»c-8/li h — \oi 11 e — 
2a ; M 6— •>»; 1 1 h—\'2 / 1 1 A— 19 / 1 1 h—2i\ 
f 1 1 6~o w 11 e—\2iM 11 6— m M 12 b—2i> w 
11 h 

Queensiland Stock. 1 2 w II h 

■ State of the Market. »»«• ecery (hty\ pnpei 

Treasury Billx. Tenders for 2 / 1 1 «— 2 / 1 1 a 

Monetary Standard 'i t n f 

Montii|7U ( I#onl Uobt.) on iIomc> Hule. 1 m \\ f 

Ueasons Why he left the Church of Rome, 1 

13/ 

Montana Company, 7/11 1 —21 m 11 /* 
Monte (7arlo. Scandal. 'I t ^ '/— 1 1 / » « 

Suicides from Attend ng the Bunk, 1 1 m 5 c 

Montcagle (Lord) Imperial i'axation in Ireland, 

Montenegrin Hero — lVko I'aulovich. 28; 6^ 
Montenegro (Prince of) Movements of, 27/ 11/ 

New Loan for. »H / 5 <i 

Stittm Navigation Company for. 22 fhn 

J'ort of Antivari, Loan from Russia to 

Craeee, *lh f h a 

Mtwre (.). V.) the Ventilator:* in Cjueen Victoria 

Street. \1 j !•) / 
Mor^^aii (O.) on National Veracity, l.'W 7 « 
Morley (Lord) at Newton Ab»M»r,' 1 1 ; 7 / 

(Ileiiry) on Competing Publishers of Cheap 

Literature, 23 m 10 /' 

- (John) at Chelmsford. 8 ; 6 n 

. at Newcastle, d / 7 b—\2 J \C e 

■ - Movements cjf, 15 / « e 

(S.) Proponed Matue to. HJ / 7 « 

Mormoiiism. ihe Last Stugules of. 30 m \ f 
MorotCo. GerinauM and Kreiich in, 4 ; 13 i^ 
M. Duveyrier's Journey in, H «i 5 / 

Mitfcellaneoii.s Newj*. 2.> m ."> v. — "^4 m 5 b 

New Tieaty, IS) / 7 e 

- - '1 reaiy of C«>mniercf with Spain, \K / o d 
Mo ris (Ke%'. h\ t).; o:i Buiterdius 4 / 3 / 

and >ons, \'6 ) \\ d 

lianee, Revival of, at Stratford -on- Lvon, 5 

fHe 

Mount-Temple (Lord) Healrh of. 13 / J>7— 16./" 

y /- J7 / y /—lo / G /— ly / 5 </— 20 /yy— 22 

/y «— 23/ U)n 
Moulton :^J . F.) on the Irish I^and Purchase, 30 

jw Wd^ 
Muncaster (I^iord) on the Political Situation, 8 

M (» / 
Mundella (A. L.) at Sheffield, y / 5./ 

- - Movements of. 1 1 / y e 
Munificent Bequests, i7 / (> r 
Municipal (Corporations, Association of, 15 ; 7 a 
«— Annual Meeting. 12 / 10 <i 
Building Society, 26 m \\ d 

Election Petition- Nottingham, 9 to 4 / 

House Properly Trust, 26 m i{ a 

Self- Denial U / 13 c 

Muntz's Metal Company, 29 m 11/ 
]IUED£B8:— 



Morden {continued), 

M. Auue?in. a Bnllet Dancer, at Rue 

(^au mart in in Paris. P> ihe 

Edmund Allen, at shronoll, 18 ; 7 A— 11 f 

lOr 

Arrest of the Murderer, 4 / 6 a 

i » County of Tipperary, Note on. 80 ; 1 1 f 

M. Bfirreme. Prefect of the Kure, in a Rail- 
way Carri.'ige near Monies. 15 ; 5 //— 16 ; 5 d 

Diliiary Proceedings of the Executive, 



19 ; 5 r/ 

Notices about, 20 / 5 f— 8 / 5/ 



Mrs. Buys and two of his Children by the 

Hu^<band. at Maxenzfle. 6 / 5 « 

Campbell and ( arr, Two Trailers, in New 

Britain. I'J m II / 

Mrs. Cliapmnn. 14 Years ago in London, 

Discovery of the Murderers, '1\) mid 

Mrs. Dunne. by her Husband, at Ballinasloe, 

25 m 10 c 

('apt. Fayer and Wat kins, by South Sea 

Islanders, 1 G / 4 / 

Police t'onstuble Hine. in Warwickshire, 20 

/ \y) t'~-'l2 t—2:\f 11 e-25/ lOc-25 / 10 «— 
1 8 i/i 9 / 

Patrick Finlny. a Process Sirv.r. at Wood- 

ford. m H> (i — i\ in \'£ b 

Funeral of. :► w « d 



Ken p and Mimh. nt the Greyhound Beer 

hou«<e. .-MUton-ai-llome, by .John Knocker, 4j 
11 / - 1 1 jk\a 

— Kirkpairick. by Lovall. at Liverpool, fi f d f 
liouisa Kni^jhts Infant, by the Mo. her, in 

(^lerkenwell 13 / 5 / 

— M. Maruuire, by his Wife and Son, at 
( bnloCienbiirg 31 m 5 r 

Mrs. Miitealte. by her Husband, who after* 

wards Commit ti-d Suicide, at Brighton, 26 m 

II / 

— John M*Parland, Official Inquiry into, 7 

i (> b 

— Mis. Morrell, by Wm. Wagsiaff, near Der- 
by. 21 ► w 7 / 

— - Netherby Murder, Fund for the Widow of 
the Policeiniin &e. 20 / 9 f 

Pietro Padovani, in a Railway Train near 



R.olo 21 f n d 

— Mrs. Pesrce, by her Husband, at Warmin- 
ster, 4 / (i M 

— .Mr. l*rescott. in Ind'n. Sentence on the 



TalHvias wh) Committed it. 3(i / 5 e 

— Mr, Preller. at St. I^ouis. M m d 

— Le Quersac. by Lis Son, at Plounerin 
France. if< <« lo « 

— M. Kiollet. in the Rue de la (iaite 12 m 6 c 

— Marshal Henry Seagraves, at Tennes.see, 6 
; 6 d 

— John Brown Tower, at Stokn Newington, 
Confession to the Murder of. 2 ; 6 '/— 4 ; 6 a^^ 
5 Mi /»-H / 9 / 

— Treble Murder, by a Butcher, in Port- 
empedocle. 26 ) 5 e 

.wo Priest!, near Perpigsian. 9 m 5 o 



— M. Watrin. at Decazevdle, by Rebellioua 
Miners. 3t> ; 6./— 1 /6 a-6 fS b 

Henry Wilson, by Antonia Soch, on Boardf 

the (licosia, at Sea, 80> 5 / 



Hiir 



fAf.MER'S ISUKX TO *' THK TIMKS NEWSl^APKR. 



[Ja-i. I to 



Murders {rontinueti). 

Attempted, of Anitie Jones, by a Man 

NHiiied Meere, nt Bii iiiiiigliHiii. 8 / ({ « 

M.de xloiitanzHii, ill Pnria, 3 /o //— ^/ic/ 

Jules Verne, at Amiens, \\ m ^ h 

iind ('Mil •il).ili!<m in the Pacific— a Trader, 

Named < hiide. 19 ; (! c 
Murnanu ((>. VV.) on the Loudon Hiots, 12/10 c 
^lurray (K. H.) on the Arbitiaiion Bill, 12 m 10 a 
Music in If^Ho. 7 ; ^'6 n 

Honorary Degret-s Conferred, 21 / 7 6 

Mu8Uiuji(l»M.sha) Notices. 4/ GA— 0/9/— 1 6y 7 A 
Mutual Acci lent Asnociation, 2(j / 11 d 

— Lite Assurance Society, IHy II h 
My^r» (A.) and Son, on Picture Copyinjf. 27 /i> 4c 
Mysore Gold Mining Company. 2.'i / 11 d 
Mysterious Disap|>ea ranee of Politic Constable 
llinde. in Warwickshire. '20 J 10 /—22J G e— 
23 / 1 1 e 
of Mr. T. Walker, of Denton, near Man- 
chester, 9 Ml 8 6 

N. 
Naples, Sanitation of, 2/4/1 
Napoleon ,,I1L) Commemorative Servic'e. II ;' 9/ 
Nare8 (G. 8.) on the Arctic Exploration, i\ mH b 
Nassau. Bishopric of. 4 ; 7 6 
Natal, New Governor, 18 / G e 
National Aid Society, Note on, 7 1 7 / 

Meeting, 6/ 12 »/ 

HeiMirt on the Egyptian Cam^taign, 23 



>10 6 



m 7 e 



of the Princess of Wales's Branch, 6 



•— — Art Treasures Exhibition. Note on Opening, 
in the Evening. 11 w lO e— 18 m 12 d 

( hurch Reform Union, Breakfast, 29 m 6/ 

Conference ot Miners, 20 y 11 e — 21 ; 7 c — 

25 ; 7 h 

Defences and the Relief of Distress. 27/ 4 e 

Discount Company, 7; H O—Hij II A— 21 

i l\ <i 

Eisteddfod, List of Subjects for Competi- 
tion, 2 m o e—H ni II e 

Mr. Gladstone becomes Patron. I7in 9 < 

Notice about. 1 1 im G /— 13 /m 11 / 

Freehold Land Soci^'ty. 30 ; 1 1 e 

Gallery. Addilionn t«». 1 1 m 1 1 / 

Opening after Niirhtfall, 22 w 8 a 



— ^ Hospital tor the Paralyzed and Epileptic, 
Appoint men; 8. i;^ /I I />— 12 m 4 e 

Indian A.>«8ociiitiun, Annual Meeting. 17 

m3 / 

lri»h League of Great Britain, Notes on, 20 

S 8 «— 2,) / 4 / 

" and Mr. Harrington. 2in106— 4fN3« 

and the Labourers' Act. 28 / 10 u 

-— ^ Notes on, 27 / 12 a -2 m lo e 

and the Uonian Catholic ( hurch, 3 / 8 a 

Liberal Club. Meeting of the Liberal Central 

Association at. 18/ lu a 

Federation, Note on, 17 J 3/ 

Meetings, 1 7 / 6 « 



— Marine Insurance Association, 8 w 11 « 
Mortgage and Agency Company of New 

Zealand, 23 ; 1 1 d-^bj 1 1 o 
Portrait Gallery, Presentation of the 

Portrait of Mr. U. Scbarf to, 26 w 13 c 
7\) 



National Provident Associitlon. 12/11 h 

Safe Deposit ('•impawy. 17/11 A 

Society of Pnifeit-ional Musicians, Annaal 

('onfereneo. 8 ; G r -9 J 10 r 
of Frenrh Masters in England, Annaal 

Congress at «he Soci»*ly of Arts. 9 ; 7 a 

St am lard Lai\d Mortgage and Inrestment 

Cvoinpany. 15 ; 11 b 

Telephone Company, 4 / 11 « 

Trades Union ('ongress. 24 / 9 /" 

Nationalistx. Meetings of, 21 ; G c — 19 m 10 / 

and the comintr Session, 6 ; 10 a 

Meetinjr of the ^^hester Branch. 22 7 5 r 

NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIOENGE : — 

Admiralty and Dockyard Admin istr.^ition 

and Expenditure, Blue Book on. 27 9 4 / 

Appointments and Proraor'ons, see everf 

dfty's pftp' r 

Uetirements and Vacancies. 27 / 5 d 

Anns of the Britisth SoMier. 16 i (i a 

Arnjy. (%»nimit«s»ion8 in. 'A f 7 h 

for Offl -ersof Auxiliary Forces. *6m \2d 

Crime in the, 8 / 7 a — 1 1 / 4 c 

K8tinintes 18 m G // 

Medi(!al Department. Distribution of 

Prizes, 2 / 7 r-4 / II / 

List of Successful Candidates, 20 /' 1(» 4 



Preliminary Reiurn**, 23 m 10 / 



Koyal Warrant to, G ; 5 / 

a Sugtfestion. 29 / 3 h 

I^rd Wolseley on the State of, 25 ; 7 e 

and Navy Appropriation Accounts, II 

»i G e 

Audit of Naval Yards Accounts, 19 / 6/ 

Bayonets of the Army. 19 / 10/— 227 S e— 

28 / 13 «- 1 1 / 9 / — 27 / G h -6 M 16 a 

In8I)ection of, 30 / (J ♦/ 

Steel, I / G r 

Cambridge Fund. Keport, G ; 5/ 

Cavalry ^wonU, U» 7 8 u 

Note on, l7 ^ r» / — 18 / 7 / 



(Miannel .'^quadnm, IG •« 10 1/ 

Chelsea and Ciieenwich Hospitals. Parlia- 
mentary Paper on, II ./. 4 / 

Chinamen in the Navy. 7 / 12 «— 87 12 h — IS 

j A e 

Civil Asyi^tant? to AdmiralSuperintendenta 

of Dock}ard.'<. -If IG r/ 

(*oionnd Korces. I / 13 /» 

Comniissioiis trom the Kunks and from th« 

Lower Deck. 29 / 3 /• 

- Compul-ory Militaiy Service. Two Men 
Sent to Prison in Jersey for Uefu!$ing to Serve, 
Gmi 11/ 

fourt-Martial on Capt. Clement William 

Hawkins, for DrunkeniHfss, 2.') j 7 a -'27 f tUs 

— Devonport Docic^ard. Discharge of 4t)0 
Woikmen from. I2 1* 8 f -15 w G «•— 22 lu 6 e 

Direct ( onimi^Moi s to tlie lioyal Artillerj 

and Uoyal Engineers, Notes ou, id ; 13 /— 4 
/ G./ 

Drawings by Signals, 16/7 f 

English and Greek Fleets. 26 ; 10 b 

Health of the Navy. 21 / 13 c 

H. M. Ship Howe, Trial of. 19 ; 8 c 

Belhrof/huUf Overdue, 2 in H d — 3 ut 8 rf— 

4 M 6/ 



MaTch 31, )d86.) 



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Hex 



HatsI *nd IGIifcary Intelligence {continued). 

II. M. Ship Bf/tt-rof,hon. Nute on. 3 i/i lu // 

lietlijr. Accident to, IH /'6 a 

Tntj;tg,tr, a New Armour-riateil Ship, 

21 ; VJia 

(xerman Bayonets for Knglish Solrliers. 8 

/ »y 

SwcinN «in.'1 BHv«»Mt»tj<. Noto on. 11 ^'10 f 



Hon Arlillery (%iiiipniiy, New Sttjretflry, 

4/7/ 

Iniprtiveni^nt of the .Sol»H**r8 Pui*iiioi). 4 / 5* 

/ — U f \'A ,1 

- Indian Mudical *^erviL•e, List of Succei^fiil 
rHndi'latfit 2.\ / 12 n 

I^vee uf the (;oinm:in>{er-ln-' liief. I wll / 

M»*tlineii*i Hor«e. 9 il h—\ I i \) f 

Military Ap|M)intni«nt4. \7 / i\ ti 

Naval VVhdi in iIk* We^t Imhe*, NoIh un, 

19/ ia« 

Medical T>epart/n nt. Ll^t of SueceflHful 



l^aiididiire't, ^n / MM' 
Tjiciici, '^t} /*5 ,i 



Navy. Note on. 9 w U / 

— K^tirnntes. 12 im 10 /• 

Nfw KiWil-MarnhjiU, 27 m7 e 

— Adininilty and \Var ()ffi<-e« 3 /* 1 1 a 
'J>nvi>lling Torpedo. <» i/» |n r 



- - Nile Stt'Miuvr h tn*. Note un, I'y i 3 '• 
Nordrnfi'h'a ^ubniatine Tiirpedo V'esnel 

Trial of tiie Brft of Siibimi^. 27 m 7 a 
— I^iee Money, « / 12 //— JH / 1(»6— ISw 13 <r 

Hecriiiiing of l«Hri, 15 w 4 6 

Ko^mI llerkshire licKirocnt. M< moiial to, in 

St. Mary*B Chunh. I.fndinf; I /» « r/ 

Koynl MilitHry AcH«Mii!y, WtH.lwicli, I)i-tri- 

butioii of I'rixett t 7 / 7 a 

— College, List of I'liMi KxMinin.-wion, 11 



; 7 «-..«; 10 A 

Ni.val ( lub l7<5o. Diuiip-, « / « / 

S4;liO'd. N<'w rroHs, 1) / SI / 



N«vy in !*««*!••. 7 ; 10*/ 

Snuill Arm* l':icl<iry. £iiflcld. Notice to 

DiM'hHFge HH) Work men from, h m hi «— 1» mi 

S2i/ 
Soudan (\'impai«^n — Deeoratli.n.v by tbe 

Qaeen lor i iHiiii;riii!*lii'd Sf»rvire in «.f Ufflc.-rii 

and Niin-r\Miinii>.«>iuiii'«l (iffi.iT^, lA f \) i 

Subniiirnie Wiirf ire, 1.. eiureun. (i / in « 

'l'oi|»e<lo Cruiser*, ti - 4 '/ 

'Irial of Col .'-rtitler's Me'Iiod of Uninjf 

(yreo<«ote liquified by Mtiiiui In.sUad of Coal 
at PortBinouih. I ) 4 <- 

- 'liMininff uf likfantry. \\\ i Tt t 

- 'i'r^Hl|»^hip'<. DepHrtnn* ot, A / f 

ArrivalHof itJ / T. r' 

vVhi Offl e AppointnienW *.) f Vt f 

Hebuln in tiie IMriad*-^-, 17 i/f 4 1 

N*.'paui, .Vlihcella ieotj8 New^, I m 5 « 

Nestorian TnbK ta. Notea on, 21 ; 13 ••— 20 j S e 

—4 / 14 // 
Uelberby MmU nurghry, 15/10 e 
'— A wards ;o Tudee ai'd the Railway Servantr*, 

22 1 10 h 
Neuchat.l Aaphalte Company, 14 ; II b— 2 m 11 

<•— 3 tu I I r— 1» w 1 1 / 
Nevada I^ud and i'attle Company, 25 fll d^l 

«M 12 ii 



New Admiralty and War Officres. VHn of. 2 m 4 6 

N*»te» on, 5 m 18 6 — 8 m 8 n — 12 w 13 / — 

1 8 //I 1 3 h 

Civil Service Co-ope rat ion, 25 in M d 

Compames. Spackman and Sons Annual 

Li-si of. !<!»/' 

Guinea at d t^ueonsland 8 ; \S a 

.\ir, K*»rb«'i«'8 Kxpedrtion. lU /3 ^ 

(it-rman Kxploring Expedition to, 21; 10 A 

Niiteo 1. 12 / 14 a 

Ilebrid. >. X f (id 

Note on. 5 ^ t{ a 



Ij-Ijih-I. l)i.<4covorcd among the Ttinga Group, 

14 ' io '/ 

I.isibnn-Horlyn (Transvaal; (lold Field, 1« / 

11 f 

.Mauistrates, 16y 6«-lH J lorf-4/'5/— 5 

/ ti / 

— Nation diiit Campaign. H /« 7 c 
NEW SOUTH WALES : - 

Kinaiicial Statement. K / ti r 

Miset llaneons New?*. 13 ti «— 4 m 5 a 

New c:abinet 20 / 5 //-2G / 6 /-27 f 7 d 

Tnxea. t) / 6t 

Z»-»land Ini«nrance Cc»mp«ny, 18 ; 11 A 

New Sttvet. from Piccatldly Circus to Oxford 
S reef. 23 / 10 «i -?ti ; I J A— 21) ; 4 / 

WodtnnoHter Urewcrv (Vmipary. Bj 11 a 

Year'n Eve. Watch Nijiht S<«rvice. 1 > 7a 

Z aland F*and .VIoitg:i-,'e (-omjiany. l*^ ; 10 a 

Loan an 1 Mercaiiide Agency Company, 

i2; 11 d—C, / II «/ 

Mortgage and Investment Association, L 

Ml 1 2 /> 
Tru?*t and I-roan Company 20 ; 11 <?— 27 

) 1 2 r 
Ni'wbury, Vlee'ion Riots at. 5 ; 5 / 
Nttvc.'isJtle < hetnic.il Works Company, 18 /*11 d 
Newd"gate (C. N.) Proposed lestimonial to, 2tf 

; (i /) 
NewfounrllaMd. N(»te8 on. 22 i 3 /— 25 j 10 h 

i isliery QueHiion. Blue Book on, 6 m 12 d 

Governor i.f. 1 / i) /- 9 / ii f 

New haven Harbour (\mipany. 25 m 11 d 
Newman ^Cardinal) Notice about, 8 m 9 / 
Newnhani Colli ge, Report, 26 J 10/ 

Seholar>hip8, 8 ._4 / 

Newport (.^rd)on the State of the Streets, 1 1 ; 6/ 
Newton ( Protensor C. T.) Lecture at the Uoyai 

Institution of. on Hidden Sculpture. 6 »t 5 / 
NEXT OP KIN-PEESONS WANTEJ) :- 

Alport. Anne, 1 1 ; I A 

Andrews, Hev. Mordecai, 11 m 1 c 

Arkell. W. S.. 3 w 1 c 

Arnold. A. J.. 15 m I h 

Avard. Kev. T. L, 27./ I c 

Bacon, ( has., 14/1 h 

Baiker W m. Marriage Certificate, 24 m I 

Bartholomew, Kliz., 23 ; i A 

Biam?s, KliZH A.. I8y 1 f 

Bill. Henry, 12 m 1 b 

Benson, G. H. J. V., Baptismal Certificate, 

17 ni I e 

Berridge. A. H., 23 / 1 c 

Blagden. Kdw., 2 m 1 c 

Blake. Louisa B., 13 / i 6 

Bloxhaiu. a. D., 28 ; 1 c 

K 71 



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PALMKR's index to *' THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Kext of Kin, &c. {continued), 
Ho{;^8, Sophy, 28 ; 1 c 

Bridges. Edw.. 1 1 ; 1 6 

Brow, P. r.. 6 / 1 6 

Brown. Wni.. 14 ; 1 b 

Buck, Wm.« 14; 1 A 

("npper, IlHnnah. 18; 16 

Church. F. H„ 6 m \ e 

riiflFord, Wm.. 18 i» 1 A 

Clint. Jane 2Ci f \ c 

Clarke. Rich.. Certificate of Baptism, 22/ 1 6 

- Coney, F. J., lo / i 6 

Davies. Edw., 20 / 1 b 

Rich., 25 iw I 6 

Dixon OctRviuB, 10 m 1 c 

- Doxat. Loui89 .9/16 

- Dreyer. Matilda, 16 ; I c 
I )uplex. M ra., 28 f 1 c 

Dutton, Mri. Anne, 19/16 

Edwards, John, 29 m 1 6 

Fell Thoa. 27 m 1 b 

FUiniank Thoa., 26 i I r 

Forater, Gerard. 15 w 1 6 

Fugrgle. T. F., 27 m 1 b 

Galiiera, Ix>ui8ii, ISwi I r 

Gamble, Jane C\, 18 / I c 

Garraway. T. A., 6 / 1 6 

Giles. Susan 2 f \ h 

Gilkes, F. H. W. W..5 »« 1 c 

G(M)dwin, Wm.. 19 M '^ 

Green. Marj^hall. 24/1 6 

Guest. Jacob, 13 ; 1 A 

Haley. Isaac. 2/16 

~ Hammond, Emma, 8 m 1 6 
Jami'S. 27 m I /• 

Handley. John, 10 m 1 c 

Harrow, Eliz . 17 w I r 

Hat^Lim. Sarwh. 23 ; 1 6 

Heniiessy. Ellen, 18 / I c 

Henry. Wm., 19/ • e 

Hogan, J. M., 8 / 1 b 

Holland, Alfre<l, 18 / \e 

Howard. Matilda. 13 m 1 6 

Hubbard. Samuel, 12 / 1 6 

Hyde. Rich., it> / I c 

Jones. .VI rs. C. I)., 12/1 6 

John, h Hi \ c 



Joiiepli, John, 8 m I 6 

Kerry, John, 25/1 c 

Le Fez. Madame. 9/1 6 

- Leary. Wm., 10 m I r 

Leaton. Wm. and ("arohne, 21 / 1 b 

Li' wis. Enoch, 24 / I A 

Linford. L. G.. \^ m \ o 

Lloyd Thus.. 17/1 h 

Liickbart. Miles 25 / f 6 

Mackrty. T. IX, 11/16 

Maher, Kliza 26 / I r 

M'Gregor. John, 2 ;« I c 

Melville, fohii, 23 m I c 

Moyea, Wm.. 18 « I c 

Muller. Geo.. 6/ 1 6 

- Naurse, F. R.. 24 « 1 c 

- Oel<ichs. Jessie E., 6/16 

Oldfleld, Vtary A. and Joshua, 14/16 

O'Neill, J. and R.. 9 / 1 6 

- Pain, — , Marriage Certificate, 4 to 1 f 

1-2 



Next of Kin. &o, fcontinued). 
Peacocke Septimus, 29 f 1 6 

Peck, Shadrach. i I / 1 6 

Perks. Hev. Wm.. 20 /* 1 6 

Pocock. Kliz., :6 w 1 6 

Powi>«, Eliza, 23 / 1 6 

Richard!*on, Prudence Amy, 4 « 1 c 

Rouih Wm.. 1 ; I 6 

Seamcms Mary E., 6 m 1 c 

Sheridan, Joseph. 4/16 

Simmons. Daniel. 14 i I 6 

Smith. Edw. 18 / 1 c 

Spawton, Benj., 19 ; 1 c 

Speke. G. F., 31 m I c 

Stephens. J. and H.. 24 m 1 c 

Stone, Cornelius. Marriage Certificate, 6 ai 1 6 

Stubbs, G. H.; 18m 1 c 

T. E., 15 m 1 6 

Sweetsur. Mrs. Ann, 12/16 



- Tate J. W., 1/16 

Tayl.ir, Mrs. J. C, 22 / 1 6 

Ta\ lor, W m., 1 1 m 1 e 

Thompson, J. A., 5/16 

J. B., II M ] e 

-^ S. (\ 26 IW 1 6 

Thomson, Wm., 29 m I 6 

Walker, Thos.. 22 w 1 6 

— Warburton. A. F.. 6 / 3 ^ 

Websdale. i\ G. G. R.. 9 ; 1 c 

Weston, Reuben, 25 #« 1 6 

— White. Henry. Marriage Certificate, 30 ai I e 
Williams, ('has.. 4/1 6 

Wilman. Eliz., 26 ; 1 6 

Wilson. H. H.. 25 / 1 c 

Wood, John. Marriage Certificate, 20 / 1 6 

S. M. A., 8 / I 6 



WooUey. Ann. 12 w 1 c 

Wynne, barah. 8 /« 1 6 

Wyvill, Marmaduke, 6 wi I c 

NicoU (W. R.) on Mr. uladstunc and Mr. Carlyle 
on Ireland. 27 /a 6 c 

Nicolson CR.) on the Recint Riots, 27 f5 a 

Nisbet (Rev. T. M.) on the Dwelliiga of the Un- 
employed, 6 /N 4 

Nordenfeldt Guns and Ammunition Company, 
6 m 13 6 

Norfolk (Duke of) on the Roman Catholics ia 
Ireland. 22 / 8 a 

('hamber of Agriculture. Meeting, 22 / 5 / 

Norrii (E. 8.j on Mr. Norris's Amendment. 29 

;6</ 
North African Inland Sia, 2 ; 5/ 

East Lancashire Amalgamated Anociation 

of Weavers. Review of the l^ast Year, 20 / 1 1 6 

of England Steam Shipping Trade and In- 
surance. 18/11 / 

London Hospital for Consumption, Annual 

Meeting, 1 1 m 9 / 

Star, Drders Conferred, 27 m 4 6 

Northbourne (Lord) on the Home Rule, 8 i7 f 
Northcote (U. S.) Emigration and the Unem- 
ployed, II m 8 6 
Norton (Lord) on the Mendicity Society, 26 / 1 1 / 
Norwich. Affray between Policeman at, 15 ai 6rf 
Nottingham Election Riot, 18 / 5 J — 16^ 6 6 — 16 

Numismatic Exhibition, 25 /" 18 a 



March 31, 1886.] palmer's index to " the times " newspaper. 



Par 



Nje (H.) Toating at the Law CourU, 5/8 a 

O. 
Oakley (H.) Railway and Canal Traffic BUI, dO 

wSb 
Oaths Bill. 29 i 8 a 
O'Brien (E. W.) on the Irish Queition, ISj 12 c 

—27./ 15 / 
Ocean Marine Insurance Company, 15 ; 11 5 — 

23 ; 11 A 

ami General Guarantee Company, 20 ;» lie 

Oceana. New German White Book. 6 / 6 A 
Joint C/onyention of England and France 

Relatinf? to. 6 / 5 n 
0*DouneU ( P. H.) on Mr. Parnell and his Follow- 

era, I6/»/ 
Official Appointment^ 1 ; 7 e— 6 ; 7 a— 12 / 6 6 

—12; 9/— 13; 10 «— 14/6 a— 14 ;9/-15; 

9/&«— 16; 9 /•-I9;9/-21 ;9/— 23/9/— 

28 / 12 a— 2a / 9 /— 2rt ; 10 fc— 29'j 9 /— 2 r 9 f 

— 4 / 9 «- 6 / 9 /— 9 / 9 /•— 12/9 /— 13 /10 a 

— 15/9 c/— 17 / 12 a-20 / 12 a-24 / 12 a— 

27 / 1 1 /— 8 m 9 /— 18 m U /— 13 m 18 c— 18 

m C(/-24m 9/ 

Notices, 27 / 13 rf— 17 m \0 e 

Old Paulines Club, Annual Dinner, 11 / 12 a 
Oliver (Capt.) the True Siory of Kranco-Mala- 

gaay Negotiations. 16 / 12 6 
Omnium i ecuritifS Company, 22 /*ll a 
One Pound Notes Note on, 27 fH h 
Onslow (Lord) on the Allotments Question, if 

\2 d 
Qntario, Discorery of Silver Ore in, 4 ; 6 « 
Open Spaces in Parliament, 1886, 30 ^ 8 a 

llighgate and Kilburn Op«n Spacer Bill, 4 

M 11 r — 16 m 4 <* 

for the Public Note on, 5/ 13 c 

and Trinity House, 27 / 4 « 

Operatic Statistics, 2 ; 9 / 

Opium Question. 15 m 6 b—2S m 5 e 

Trade of Burmah, Depiiiatiou to the India 

Office, to Suppress. 6 m 6 s 
Opposition, Meeting of the, 13/10 a— 16 ; 9 /— 

20 j 6 c 

Movements of. 5 ; 9/— 15 / 9/— 18 / 9 /" 

Orders in Council. 2 ; 1 a 

Ordinations, 4 ; 6 6—24 m 4 /*— 26 m 3 a 

Oriental History and Languages. King (jscar's 
Prizes for the Two Best Essays on, 9 m 5 d 

Orientalists, Seventh Congress of, at Vienna. 5 
>5« 

Omitbolosical Exhibition in Vienna, 20 f6c 

Orphan Working School, Annual Court. 28 / 7 6 

Osbom (G. W.) on Sir Chas. Dilke and his Con- 
stituents, 1 7 m 4 a 

(Lord; Dis-establishment and Church Re- 
form . 4 / 4 c/ 

Note on. 13 / 7 6 

on Home Rule, 12 / 10 <? 

O'Shea (W. H.) and Lord R. Churchill, 17 / 10 f 

Osmanieh, Orders Conferred, 20 > 11 y^27/ 13 
d -13 m \i e— 24 m 12 u 

Oswestry Musical Festival, 2 / 7 a 

Outdoor Relief in 1884 and 1886, 6 m 15 <f 

Note on, 19/ 14 (f 

Oat-of-Work London, \7 fSa 

Ozhey Cotton Spinning and Manufacturing Com- 

*«an«r 11 • I I ^ 



Oxford (Bp. of) on Language, l\/7J 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY : - 

Appointment, 11/8 6—17 / 6 « 

Chair of Poetry, Mr. Pelgrave*8 Introduc- 
tory Lecture 26 / \0e 

Congregation, 10 m 8 ^ 

• — Convocation. 2/7 «— 2 m 5/ 

Degrees Conferred, 15 ; 10 s— 5 / 7 «— 6/6 

d' 12 m \0d 

Honorary, Conferred, 24 / 8 6 

Elections, 2 m 5 /*— 6 m 9/— 10 m 8 rf— 18 m 

11 /—18 m 12 d 

Examinations, 8 m 10 6—13 mil/ 

Examiners, S r 7 9 

Exhibitions. 3 m 5 f 

Income and Expenditure, 11/8 6 

Lectures. 26 / 12 6- 1 1 / 8 6 

Memorial to Principal Shairp, 1 / 5/ 

Miscellaneous News. 28 / 7 6—11 ja 8 a 

New Fellow 27 / 10 r 

Royal Astronomical Society's Gold Medal, 

Awani 23 f 10 c 
Scholarships, 22 / 10 6—23 ; 10 c— 26 / 12 h 

— 29; 7e-2 WI5/-11 »i 8 a — 13 m 11 /— 18 
m 12 rf— 22 m 10 «— 29 m 7 a— 30 m 10 / 

and the Thames Ci>nservancy, 29 /n 7 a 

P. 
Paddington Green Hospital for Children, Enter- 
tainment in Aid of, 8/86—17/7/ 

New Infirmary for. 27 ; 4 / 

Palliser & Co., on English Diplomatist and En- 

gli^h Trade. 5 ; 7 e 
Pallium, Emblem of. Granted to Scotch Roman 

Catholic (Clergy. 1 fGe 
Palmer (('. M.) on Trade Depression. 13 m 7/ 

(Minnie) on the Slate oi the Streets, 9 / 7 / 

Panama, News from. 29 m 6 e 

Pariah Churches Bill, Text of, 13 ; 6 c 

Notes on, 28 / 5 a -8oy 12 (i-4 / 7 6-9 / 

]3(i 
Parkii and Open Spaces. 7 / 13 a 
Parliament— Adjournment of, 15 / 9 /* 
Mr. BarcUy's Amendments, 26/10 / -27 ) 

10(1 
Mr. Jesse Colli ng*s Amendment, 26 j 10 6 

— l/lOrf-2/6/ 

* on the Address, Note on. 3 / 5 a 

Divisio.i of Mr. CoUingaV Motion. 27 / 10 6 

on Dr. (^ameron*s Motion on the Scotch 



Church. 31 m96 

— Finding his Level. 25 / 8 6 

— Foreign Press on the Queen*sSpeech,237 56 

— and Home Rule, 29 / 7 / 

— House of (^ommons Accommodation, 28 . 
10 6— 30 /6c ' 

— Labour Representation in. 25/10 e 

— Log-Uollii<g in Parliamentary Business, 12 
m 13 f 

— Meeting of, 7 / 7 /" 

— and National Flag, 28 » 9 /* 

— New (Uerkof 26 / 10 6 

— Mr. Norris's Amendment, 29 / 6 (/ 

— Open Spaces in, 30 / 8 o 
by the Queen, 15 / 9/— 187 6 rf— 20 / 64 



—22 / 6 ft 

— Payment of Members Bill, 27 ml • 

78 



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PALMEk's INnPX TO '*TilE TIMKS " NKWSPAPER. 



[Jan 1 tv) 



Tarliaraent, Petition. '6 / 6 rf 

Opening Of, 6 ; i e-ll / 7 «»— 12 j 8 6- 2l 

Private Bill Lc>?islHtion. 29 / « c— 16 / 6 h 

__ 1 7 / 9 /— 26 J 5 e - 4 w «./—(> lu 7 e— 3u w 
lOe' 

Bills. 2 / 10 f~6 / « r/-2() / l» /' 

- Proce«lure. 22 / l> / — li' w 1 1 «j--2a /w 10 c 
— 26 w 8 6— 30 th o r/ 

K.-8oluti()n^ L'3 . H fe 



Queen's Speech. .". / 'J /— 12 ; 5 /- 20/ G ci 

Sup] h'lneiitai^ KHtiniHtfs*. 25^10 a 

'I'jilJtl Ab«niini>rs in. i/i / (> »/ 

Pjirlianientary Uusincs-'. 13 / to u 

Dinners. 2(i / i' / — 21 / 7 a 

Pjipers. 2U / V) / 

FABLIaMENTARY PaOCELDINQS :— 

Abiisie of Que8iiuna. 13 ut 9 / 

Ail<lre88, 22 / 6 c— 22 i H a - JS ) 6 i —26^ 7 

^_ 27 /«> /— .y / 8 «— 1» / 7 e 
Division List. 27 / l3«-28/8a 

Agricultural Depression. 2(» / 7 « 

Allotments luul 6niall Holdings, 27 j S f 

Division List. 28 ; » a 

Annexation of Burnuih, 23 / 6 e— 23 / 7 / 

Appoin-ments under the (^rown, 24 / 7 c 

Arbitration Bill. 10 m G a 

Army Ksiimnies. 23 m 8 r— 26 n» 6 s 

Artillery Volunteers. 23 m 8 a 

Kelfaat Main Drainage, 3 ni 6 a 

Bills Advanced, 26 j H e— 2o / 7 /— 26 /6n 

— 26 / 8 ti— 27 / 8 6—27 / 10 r— 2 m 6 • —2 m 
H t — 3 /M 6 (I —4 in 7 e — 5 in 8 e— y w» S /* — 10 «< 
8 .1 — 1 1 iw 6 »/— 12/w H ^— UJ wi 6 f.— 16 /« a a — 
17 /« <w — 18 w 8 /'— ly wi 8 /; -JO m H <f — 20 m 
10 o-^2'.\ in 6 a — 24 m ."» e— 24 m 7 / — 2.'i /m 6 / 
—26 M 8 rt -27 m y a— 30 m 6 <•— 30 »u » <i— 31 
w 6 « — 31 /« K f/ 

Mr. Uradlaiuh's Letter, 14 /8« 

Biiiish x\utlioritie« in Hufniali, 26/6 f 

Burgh Police and llealili (^Scotland) Bill, 

24 III 6 r 

Burnnih Kxpcdiiion. Divinicm List. 24 / 8 a 

• (\inadiaii I'acltio Mail Steamers. \)ni\\a 

l huich of > cot land Bill, l^ mi 4 a— 31 m7a 

1 »ivison List. 1 9 in 4 /— I y m 6 a 

in W ali-s. 10/// 7 a 

•X Di\ibion Li>st. 11 in 6e 



— Lord U. C'hurchiirs Vi.sit to Belfast, 2 m 6 
/ — 2 •// 7 'i 

'- — Civil Serviee, 19 iw 8 u 

>uppk-mtntHry K^tlmates. 20 /"6 « 

— t'oal Mines Kei^ulation Act Auiuudment 
Bill. 4 Wi 7 <•— Ui in y a 

— ► ("oattt Defences. 24 / 6 »» 

— rompen^aiion for Damages Bill. 6 iw 8 « — 
ly /// b /*— 26 m h a 

— (^ompu)!<ory Purchase of Land Compcnsa- 
liun Bill. 2ii M 6 s 

— (:outagious Diseases Acts. 17 m 7 a— 26/i< 7« 
~— ~ Divi.-ion Li8t. 1^/// 13 ci 

— Copyhold Eiifranchisetucfiit Bill 25/ 7e 
i oiK ^lea'U I'uckel Coiupaiiy, 5 m 6 6 

Ciullers Bill. 26/7 /— y in 6 c— 30 »a 6 / 

— i rowii and i eclaration of War, 20 »/ y 6 
bivibioD LiMf, 22 in 6 h 



— Crai^iuid i-. D.ike Case, 27 m y < 



Parliainenta>y Proci edingB {continued), 

DeU'C'ive JJayoiiets. 17 j 6 A 

Dure and ( hinley HaiU'ay Bill. 23 mt e 

Drilt Grounds Bill, 6 w 8 u— y mi 6 a— 10 m 

C ^'— 23 i/i 8 c 

Drowned Persona (Discovery and Inttr- 

men 1 8) Hill. 25 /// 6 / 

Duiies of '^oMiers during Kiots. 24 m 6 a 

Electric Li^hiiiig Act Amendment Bill. 27 



fM y a & // 

— Kmployeri** Liability Bill, 24/7 d— 17 /« »« 

— Kii^land and (ir«*ece. 27 / 6c 

— Estimate!', 27 /// 7 t>. 

— £venin>; (Jpeningof Mu^teums. 13 /m 8 a 

Eviction of Mis. Shaw. 20 / 6 c 

KelixHtowe Railway and Dock Bill. 12 m 6 6 

— Female Inspectors of Workshops, 6 m 8 a 

— Fettes Scheme. 30 m 8 ci 

— Fishnig Industry. 6 //i 9 A 

— Freshwater Fisheries (Eels) Bill, 26 / 6 <i— 
6 /// y e 

Galway Murder, 6 w 8 r 



t\ b 
Coiitinuani.'e 



- GlMSirow Bridt'e*. &c. Bill. 27 

Glebe Loans (Ireland) Acts 

Bill. 2 m H r 

Greece and Turkey, 19 / 6 / 

Greenwich Honpital Funds, 27 « 7f 

Harbours of Helugeand the Cneuiployed. 

13 M 9 u 
Hereditary Legislators, 6 m 8 d 

Division List. H w 8 6 

Hyde I'ark Corner (New Streets) Bill. 2 

/« s /' 

Idiots Bill, 31 //I 6 A 

imperiHl und Colonial Defence. 27y 8 a 

Infants Bill. 13 m 10 cr 

lnq-;iry into ih.? GoYemment of India, 12 

M (i a 

International Penny Postat^e, 31 <m 6 i/ 

Ireland. Condition of, 23 / 6 6 

Liwlessness, 19 in 6 c 

Ou'raji^e in. 16 n 5 /" 

an<l the Government, fi m tid — 20 m 8 /— 

26//< 6 €—30 ///6 / 

Division List. 6 m 4 ti 



and the Impi*rial Uevenue, 24 / 6 r 

Irish Arrears Act, 13 m 10 6 

Policy of the Government, 26 / 6 c 

tins ice in India. 24 /// 5 / 

«l u>>tices' Jurisdiction Bili 10 m 6 a 

Labour StatititicH, 3 m 6 /' 

Labourers* Allotments. 23 /*5 rf 

(Ireland; Bill, 4 in 7 14-9 m 8 6— 16 m 9a 

—20 in 10 a 

Land Uegisrer Bill, 26 / 6 </— 27 ; 6 u— 23/ 

8 /— 2 //' 8 // 
Law of Evidence Amendinent Bill, 10 m tf 

«i— 23 /// 6 « -3' w6 r 

Loann to Liiudowners, 27 y 10 a 

l^oeal Taxation, 24 /a 6 </ 

Division List, 25 /a 12 6 

Loss of the Oi-rgon^ 23 m« 6 rf 

Lunacy Acts Amendment fiiU, 2m t a^l9 

m 5 s— 2H in 8 d—H\ i« 6 a 

Manehester Ship Canal Bill, 10 ai 6 c 

Mariiage with a Deceased VVife*a 8i«ter Bill» 

25 M 6 e 



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PtoiiMiientaxy Proceediugt (rontmut't), 

MarriageK Validity Uill, *J8y 6 /)-6 m 5 «— 

6 m 8 <i 
Marrii'd Women (Nfninteimnco in (Tuse of 

Desertion) Bill. 2o #» <i e 
Metropolitan Hoardof Work »(nieAt res &c.) 

Bill 18 mH ' 

(VViiter Supply &c.) BiU.2o / 7y~6iH V>/ 

Police. 27 / s« 

Midlnnd Kailwjiy Bill. 3 w 6 »— 10 m 6 6 

Ministerial Critiis, 29; 8tf — 2 / 8 o twonotiieg, 

6/8o 

Kary Efttimstes. IC w 7 A- 19 « G <i 

■ Division List. 17 mi 4 r 



Excesftes. 2ti / 7 e 



New Bills, 2.\ ; 7 /^-«0 / 7 «-2S./ 8 / 

Members. 15 ; I0*f— 10 / 7 ♦i-29 ; So— 

2/8o— 19/ Ge-2n/««-23/ 7 ^ -2« / 6 r 
—2 m 6 </— 12 m 6 6—19 m 6 u— 24 w ti e— 80 
«i6/ 

Ministry. 8/8 o— 9 / 10 n 

Veen, 22 ; G c— 19 / 5 c~20/6 a— 24 / 6 



—26 / 6 u 

Public Offices, la /» 8 rt 

Writs. 22; 7«-22;8 o-2 A8o— 19/6 



«— 25 / 7 a- 18 in 7 «-8o w 6^—81 m 6 t: 
" Notices of Motions, ses srery dajf'$ paper, 

during Puriiament 

Opening of, 22 ; 6 a 

Order of Busi less. 23 tie 

— ^ Orders of the Day, »ee every day** paper, 

during Parliament 
— — Ordnance Department 24 w 7 / 

Survey in In land T6 f 9> / 

— — Parij^h Churches Bill. 1 7 iw 5 « 

Parliamentary Franchise (LCxtension to 

Womin) Bill 19/8 / 

M. Tastfur's Cure for Fly-lrophobis, 12m 6 c 

Payment of Duties to the Crown. 20 m 9 a 

— ^ Petitions, »ee every duys paper, during Par" 

liawent 
— — Policy of the Government. !'.» / 5«— 19/6s 

— Private Business, tee eveii^ duy*»paper, during 
Parliament 

Procedure of the House. 23/ 7 d 

Provision for the Army in Egypt and for 

Coaling Stations. 28 m 7 r 
— — Public Health Acts (Improvement Expenses) 

Bill. 1 1 n 6 a 

— Questions, »ee eoerg dag's paper, during Par* 
liament 

^^ Railway Bookstalls 1 7 w 6 

and Cansl 1 raffle Bill, 12 m 7e 

Miots in Loudon, 19/6 «— 19y 7 a— 23 fj 

6— 16m5<f 

— Rivers Purification Bill, 1 7 'ii 8 a 
Royal Assent, 6 w 8 a 

■ Commission, 6 m 8 6—16 m 5 rf— 16 m6d 

—80 IN 6 O & r 

Palaces. 12 w 7o 

— — Parks and Pleasure Gardens, 12 jr 7 6— 
16 HI 6 s- 19 m86 

Division List. 1 8 w 6 s 



~— Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on Sunday 

Bill 11 m 6 6-25 m 61/ 
Shop Hours Regulation Bill. 19/8/ 

Sniith Afr'i.A 20 / ri H 9 ,u 7 /" 



Parllamentazy Ploceedinga (continued). 
— SiK'ftker. Klection of. 13 ; 8 «- 14 ; 8 a 

Sporting Lands Rating (Scotland) Bill, 80 

M 6 r 

Summary of Proceedings, see every day*» 

paper, during Pitr/'tnnent 

^un(iMy Meetings in the Parks. 26/ 6 u 

Operiing of Museums. 20 m 8 a 

Divishm Lint, 22 m 8 a 

Supplementary Kstimntes. 26 / 7 6 

Supply, 26/ 7 6—27 / lO r— 2 tn 7 6—5 m 

6 d—ii m 8 fi— 12 m 7 a— 1 7 m 8 a -20 m 10 a 
—24 m 7 / 

Taxation of Ground Rents. 17 wi 1 e 

Tenants of Irish (ilebe Lands 27 / 10 e 

Tenure of Houses (In'tand) Uill 2a / 7 a 

Theatres. Ac. ( vieiro|)oli'«) Hill 2(» / 7 e 

Tithe Kent Charge (ICxtraordiuary) Amend- 
ment Bill, 25 iM G <« & w- & « 

Tobacco Cultivation m the United King- 
dom. oO m G n 

Town Holdings. 3 m 7 r 

Trees (Ireland) Bill. G m 9 /— 20 m 10 6 

Trinity College. Dublin. Leases. 28 m 5 • 

Uiicliiimed De|)osits Bill, ^ m 7 

Union of Benefices Bill, 24 m 5 s 

Vieeroyahy of Ireland. 26 j 6 a 

Volimteer Force. 23 /a 6 s 

Division Li!«t, 24 m 8a 



Ways and Means. 17 w 8 a 

West Coast of Africa Submarine Cable, 6 

m9 d 

Yeomanry. 28 w 5 / 

PAKLIAM£NT^BY SPEECHES :- 

•^^ When the Speech of a Member is required 
on any pariiciilar deb.ite. by referring to the 
tu6/er/ under Parliamkntakt Procekdinos. it 
can be seen at once by the reference answering 
to that atfi.Ked to the Speaker's name. 

Abercorn. Duke of. 22 ; 6 e 

Abraham, — , 10 m 7 e 

Acland. A., 8 «j 7 6 

Addison, — , 1 1 m 6 6 

Allistm, — , 5 w 7/ 

Ambrose. — , 24 m 7 b 

Anstruther, Sir R., 18 m 7 

Arch, — , 27 / 7 / 

Ashbimrne, Lord. 19AS/— 16»i66 

Attorney General 26 ; 7 6 

for Irelaml. 23 ; 6 « 

Baden- 4 oweU. — . 2 ni 7 f 

Balfour, A., 277 8 c-9 m 8 a— 24 ml d 

G., 9 m 7 c 

Sir G., 26 ; 7 / 

J. B.. 2<;>8 h 

Barclay, — , 26 » 7 s 

Bart ley. —,23 ;7e 

Barttelot, Sir W., 5 m 7 /" 

Beith, — , 18 vi7 /• 

Bentinck. Cavendish, 26 m 7 s 

Beresford. Lord C, 27 J 9 fr— 16 w 7 6 

Bethell -, 16i« 7rf 

Birkbeck. -. 27 ; 7 /'-6 « 9 6 

Blundell Col, 4 w 7 c 

Bolton. T.. 25 M 6 a 

T. H., 25/7 e 

Borlase. — . 13 m 9 6 



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[Jan. 1 to 



Parliamentary Speeches (continuepy 

Buiirke. — , 2 m 7 d 

Boyd -Kin near, — , 20 m» 9 « 

Bradlauuli. —,27/8 c— 3 ni 6 / 

— — BrHmweli, Lord, 16 //i 5 e— 20 m S b 

Brand, - , 10 w 6 rf 

Brft88ey. Sir T., 16 m 7y— 19 ml b 

Bridi^man, Tol., 26 m 7 a 

Bright, — , 13/8 A 

Bnnton. — , 24 m 7 a 

Brodrick, — , 22 ; 9 6—6 m 8/ 

Brookfield, — , 26 m 6 <; 

(^ol.. 2(; > 7 f 

Bruce. U., 18 iwTrf 

Bryce, — , 23 m 7 d 

Burdett-CouiU, — , 27/8/ 

Burt, — . 24 /7 6 

Campbi'll, Sir A., 18 m 7 

8ir G., 28 m 7 c 

J. A.. 18 m 7 d—S\ w 7 « 

— (^anipbt^ll-Bannerman, — . 23 m 7 r 

Cameron, Dr., 26 / 8 f— 18 m 7 c— 81 m7 a 

^ — Cftinperdown. Earl of, 19 / 5 / 

Canterbury, Abp. of, 17 i/i 6 6—24 m 6 / 

Carbutt, — . 24 »i 7 f 

CarliBle. Bp. of, 23 / 6 A 

Chamberlain, — , 27> 8 rf— 19 / 7 «— 18 /« 9 

6—24 Mi 7 h 
Chancellor of the Exchequer, 13/8 c— 27y 

«e— IH/M 7 J 

Chaplin, — , 26 / 8 c— 27 ; 6 /—SO m7 

Childers, — , 19 / 7 6—27 / 9 b 

C hurcbill, Lord R., 22 / 10 u-26 ; 7 rf-19 

/ 7 /— 6 m 8 a -20 m 9 e 

Clarcy. — , 13 w 10 6 

Clwrk. Dr.. 19/8 6 

(larke. E., 23 ; 7 // 

Cohen. Lionel. 26 / 8 d 

Col ridge. Lord, 2 w 6 6 

— • CollinjjP, J.. 27 / 6/ 

Commerell, Sir J.,* 1 6 m7 / 

— — Conybeare, — , '2b f 7 d 

Cooke, K., 6 w 9 a— 18 ui 8 6 

Corbflt, A. C, \7 m7j 

— — Coitsham, — , 23 / 7 tf 

Cotton, (/apt., 24 m 7 a 

Courtney, — , \'J/SJ' 

Cuwen, J., 23/7 e 

Cowper, Earl. 26 » 6 6 

— — Cranborne, Viscount, 24 / 7 « 

Cranbrook. Viscount, 22 > 7 d -19 /"e 6— 23 

/6 6-l»w6y 

Crenier, — , 27 f 9 c/ 

Crilly, 26 / 7 o 

•^ — (/'rompton, — , 26 f 7 e 

Cross, Sir K.. 24/7 r/— 10 m 7/ 

— Crosuman, Sir W., 19 m 7r 

— — Currie. Sir D., 16 w 7 «— 31 m 7 c 

Curzon, Viscount, 23i 8 a 

— — Dawson, — , 27 ; 8 a — 13 m 9 a 
— — De (^obain. _, 6 m 7 / 

De Ros. Lord, 24 m 6 a 

Denison, E., 13 in 9 

Dillon. — , 20/7 <t-28 m7d 

Dillwyn, — , io m 7 a 

Dodds. — , 1 1 m 6 a 

Dorchester, Lord, 19 / 6 a 

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Parliamentary Speeches {rontinued), 
Duckham, -, 26 / « 6 

Duff. — , 16/ii8rf 

Duncan Col., 2 w 7 c 

Dunraven. Karl of, 30 m 6 6 

Elliot. A.. 23 /7c 

Ellis, J„ 26 ; 8 a 

El field Viscount. 6 w 8 a 

- Esher. F^rd. 2 w 6 r 
Esmonde. Sir T., 2i fiSf 

Es!«leniont, — , 26 1 7/ 

Everett. — , 24 mi 7 a 

Fenwick, - , 25 / 7 rf 

FerRUsson. Sir J.. 31 m 7 / 

Field. Adm.. 19 /w 8 a 

C«|)t.. I6»i 8 a 

Fmoh-llMtton, — , 27 j 7 d 

Fiiilay, — , l8/« 7 a 

Fitzgerald, Lord, 26 76 6— 24 in 5/ 

Filzwygram Sir F., 26 m 7 c 

Flynn, — , 20 / 7 d 

Fortescue, Earl, ]9 TGc 

Forwood. — , 24 A 7 /■ 

Fowler, II., 24 / 7 a— 31 m 6 s 

Fraser, Gen., 2(» m 6./ 

Eraser-Macintosh. — , 9 m 7 </ 

Fry. T., 25 m 6 d 

Gathorne- Hardy, — , 26 m 6 6 

Gladstone, —,13/8 c— 22 / 8 6-26 ; 7 r— 

27/7c— l9/6e-l9 f7 f—23 f 7<»— 23y 8rf 
—24 / 7 r-5 M 7 a— 20 m 7 d— 31 m7 f 

Goldsmid. Sir J., 2 »i 7 6 

Goldsworthy, Gen., 27/9 s— 5 /« 7 d 

Gorst, Sir J.. 2 »i 7 /— i9 m 7 c 

Goschen, — , 27 ; 8 «— 24 / 6 /" 

Gourley, — . 16 ih 7 d 

Gower, Leve^on, 2 f« 8 6 

Granville, Eari. 22 j 6 e— 19 / 5 « 

Gray. E. I)., \7 m 7 f 

Gregory, — , 17 m 7 e 

Grerille Lord. Id m 6 a 

Grey. Albert. 22 ? 9 c-10 w 7 6 

Grimston, Viscount, 26 / 7 /" 

— — Grimthorpe, iMrd 17 m 6 a 

Gurdon. — , 23 w 6 / 

Ilaldane, -, 26 / 7 e 

— — Ilalnbury. Lord, 16 //i 6 / 

Hamilton, Lord C, 10 w 6 c 

Lord E., 5 m 7 d 

Lord G.. 19 / 7 rf— 16 m 8 6—19 « 6 / 

Haniley, Sir E., 23 /« 7 a 

Hanbury, — . 2 m 7 6 

Harrington, T., 22 / 9 6 

Harris. Lord, 23 / 5 /— SOw 6ri 

Harrowby. Eari of . 9 m 6 a— 20 w 8 c 

Hartiugton. Marquis of, 27 /8 s 

Havi'lock-AUan, Sir H.. 26 m 7 ; 

Healy, -. 22/9/ 

Heaton, Henniker, G m9 d 

Heneage. — . 27 j 7 / 

lletiniker-Heaton. — , 81 m 6 cf 

Henry. Mitchel, 20 f7 d 

Hibbert, — . 19 w 5 rf 

Hicks-Beach, Sir M., 32 ; 8 /*— 27^ 8 6—19 

y 80— 23/'7«-23w7 6 

Holland, Sir H.. 27y 9 e 

Holmes, — , 20 / 7 s— 6 m H d 



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PALHER9 INDEX TO '* THE TI3fE8 NEWSPAPER. 



Par 



Fikrliainentazy Speeches (rontinued). 

Hougliton. Lord. 27 m 9 6 

Houli is worth. — . 227 8 a— 10 w 6 ^ 

Howell. — , 27 /"S / 

ll<»wih. Eiirl of, 2« ;■ 6 ^ 

Hunter, — , 26 / 7 o— 23 /S a—'6\ ml b 

Hutfon. — , 81 Ml (» « 

Idde^leigli. Vmt\ of. 16 m G </ 

lliingworlh. — , 23 j 7 c 

Isiiiics, — , 23 ml a 

Jacks, — , 19 « 1 c 

— James. C, 25 / 7 e 

Jenkins, — , 16 iw 7 « 

Johns, — , 22 ; 9 r 

Johnston, — , 5 to 7 a 

Joicey. — . M ml e 

Kay.Shuttleworth, Sir U., 28 / 7 / 

Kennaway. Sir J., 22 ; tf a — 17 m 7 5 

Kenyoit, — . 10 TO 7 < 

Kilmorey. Karl of. 26 ; 6 a 

Kiinberley, Karl of. 22 7 7 <f -23 / 5 e 

Kiiatchbull Hugessen, — , 25 m 6 a 

La»>oudiere, — ., 23 ; 7 o— 2 m 8 a- 6 m 8 rf 

— 2« TO 7 « 

Lamington. Lord, 26 mQa 

Lawrence, VV. F., 25 ik 6^ 

Lawson, — , 11 m 7 d 

I^eicesier, — . 1 1 to 6 /; 

Leiirim, Earl of. 22 ; 7 r/— 23 m 6 

Lethbrid^e. Sir K.. 23/ H e 

Limerick. Earl of, 19 / 6 a 

JxK:k^ood, — , 2^ / 1 d 

London, Bp. of. 24 m n e 

Londonderry, Marquis of. 10 m 6 A 

Long. — . 2i> / 8 h 

Lord Advoca'e. 29 ; 8 a— 9 to 7 6 

Chancellor. 2 to 6 a - 1 7 w 6 A 

of Ireland, 22 / 7 * 

Lublock. Sir J.. 19 / S / 

Macartney, — , 25 / 1 r 

Macdonald Dr., 9 to 7« 

J. H.. 25/ 7 d—'Al TO H a 

Macfarlane. — , 19 / « A 

Magniac, — , 26 to' 6 e 

Maclean, J. M., 23 / « A 

Mason, S., 18 to 7 « 

Maiher, — , -j'S 7 «•- 31 to 6 « 

M«xwfll, Sir II.. 26/8 c— 9 to 6/ 

Mayne. — , 4 to 7 n' 

MUarihy, — , 13 ; 8 // 

M-CuUoch. —, 17 TO 7 r/ 

M'Donald, P.. 25 / 7 a 

M-Iver, — , 23 / 8 c 

M-Keiina. Sir j., 24 /"G« 

Me^ gey -Thompson. Sir H., 10 ?n 6 r 

A.idlelon, Viscount, 19/6 a— 26/ 6 a— 20 

M 8 u 

Milhown, Earl of, 2 to 6 6—24 to 5 e 

Mil vain, — . 25 to 6 d 

Moignn, Octavius, 20 m 9 « 

— ■^— Oaborne. 2 ml f 

Morley, J., 20 / 7 r~26./ 7 6 

- Moulton, — , 17 TO 7 c 

Mowbray, Sir John. 18 / 8 a 

MulhoUand, — , 4 to 7 6 

' Mundella, — , 8 m 7 6—12 m 7fl 

Napier of Magdala, Lonl, 2dy 6 6 



I 






Parliamentaiy Speeches {continued). 

Nelson. Earl. 17 /w 6 a 

N«)lan. Col.. 24/ 7r 

- Norihbrook, Karlof, 23 / 6y 

Northcoie, — . 26 w 7 d 

- Nortiin. — . 25 w 6 a 

O'Brien. W., 27 /10 c 

O'Connor. A.. 24 / 7 <i 

Onslow Earl of. 2S / o d 

Paget. Sir R., 24 m6e 

Panell, — , 22 / 9 d 

Parker. — . 31 w V e 

Pearce, — , 16 to 7e 

— Pearce, — , 16 to 7 e 

Pease. Sir J., 1 1 to 6 6 

Peel, A.. 18/86 

Percy. Lord A., 27 / 8/ 

Peterliorough. Bp. of, i 7 m 6 « 

Pickard, — , 4 to 7 d 

Pickersgill — , 1 7 to 7 rf 

Picton. —,19/- 8 c 

Plunket. — , id fl c 

Powell. F.. 24 / 7 a 

Price. Capt.. 19 w 7 «— 27 m 7/ 

Pulenon. — , 19y 8 f 

Queen's. 22 ; 6 6 

Kaikes, — , 10 m 1 d 

Rams:iy, — , 9 to 6 « 

Rathbone, — ,2 to 8 a— 24 m SJ 

— Rayleigh. Lord. 27 to 9 a 
Reed, >ir E.. 16to 8 u 

Reid. —.81 w6« 

Rendcl, S.. 10 to 7e 

Richard. H., 23 / 8 6 -20 to 9 6 

Kiichie, — , 2U fO s— 27 / 9 o— 16 « 8 «— 

19 TO 7 e 

Robertson. E., 4 m 7 c— 81 mid 

J. P. B., 9to7« 

Hogera, T., 23 j 1 /— 24 w 6 rf 

RusseL E.. 26/ 7c 

R^ lands. — . 20 m 6 «-20 m 9 

Satis- Schwabe. Col. 26 vt 7 a 

Salisbury, Marquis ot, 22 ; 7 0—19/5 e— 

23./ 6 c 

Sandhurst. Lord, 6 w 8 a 

Saunders. — , 17 to 7c 

Saunderson. Major. 22 ;9 s— 19 fS « 

St. Alban's, Duke of, 16 to 6y 

ScarbroMKh. Karl of. 22 7 6 6 

Sclater- Booth, — , 25 m 6 c 

Selborne. Earl of, 23/ 6 6-.19 to 5 « 

Selwin-Ibbetsoii. SirH., 13 w 9 /* 

Sexton, — , 23 ; 6 r— 26/7 6 

Sheehy. — , 4 m 7 «i 

Sidmouth, Viscount, 24 /6a 

Smith, W. H., 19 / 7 a— 27y 9 r/-23 to 7 d 

—26 TO 6 f 

Spencer, Earl. 22 7 7 t— 23 /'6 c— 16 m 6 a 

Sianhope. — , 23 /8 r 

Stanley. Sir F.. 2 w 8 a— 23 m 7/ 

of Alderley. Lord. 19/66 

Stansfeld, — , 17 m 7 a 

Stewart. M., 26 jl f 

Stratheden and Campbell, Lord, \6 m 6 d 

Stuart,—, 21 fS e 

Sadeley, Lord, 18 m 8 c— 80 m 6 6 

Swinburne. Sir J., 27/ 10 a 



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PAI.>ir.R*8 INDEX TO " THE TIM KH " NKWSrAPKR. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Parliamentary Speeches (continued), 

Temple, Sir U., 22 / 9 */ 

Thurlow. Lord, 19 Mt ^-20 w 8 a 

TomlinsoM, — , i m 7 o 

'l*otteiihiim, —. 2(» tti « e 

Trevelyaii. — , 19 / 8 r-2fi f 7/-9 m 7/ 

—18 ml f 
Tuito,* — , 24 / 7 rf 

Vanderbyl. —, 27 m 10 o 

Verney, Capt., 27 ; 6 /- 19 w 7 r/ 

Vincent, —.27/9 «— 23 /« «> « 

Wnring. (^ol.. 2M / 7 r 

Waveiiey. I/Ord. 2(> / H c 

Webster. Sir U,. 17 w 7/* 

Whiibread. — . 23 /■7 e 

Wilson J.. 4 m 7 c 

Wodehouae, — , 2 m 8 a 

Woodrti;, — . 23 m 7 / 

Parnell ((/. S.) Address to the Nationalists of 
Ulster, 16 m 11./ 

at Chester. 16 m 9 ft 

C^orreciion. 1 7 m 1 1 s 

and his Followers, Note on, \S f9 f 

— ^^— Keview of, 1 1 j 7 «• 

Mr. llHrriji and Mr. Ford, Note on, 25 j 8^ 

Movements of. I2 » 7 / 

and hi^ Paynia^tirs 12 m 10 a 

on I he SuKpension of the Itev. J. B, Cox, 12 

J 4c-26; Sc 

(Mrs.) Serious Illness of. 27 m 7 f 

Parnellite Party. 16 ; G A 

Parnellites and the Iri>h I'atriotii! Union. 22 / 7 / 

Vote and Mr. Finluy's Church of Scotland 

Bill, Note on. 23 »i 12 tt 

Partnerships Dissolved, see every Wednesday's 

ana S>iiurdtiy^s paper 
Pasteur Institution, Grant for. 1(> m5 /^ 
Patent Nut and Holt ('oni|mny. If> / 11 d 
Patents, Number Applied for, in 18bo, 1 j 6 6— 

5; 10 a 

Committee on, 2 / 9 r— 18 ; 6 f—'iii j 5 /— 

18/ H /-i9/ 11 b— 2 w 9 / 

~ Note on. 7 J 6 /- 8 ; 12 d 

Patten Makers' Company Banquet, \6j9/ 

Pau. the Season at. 19 / t! d 

Paul (H.) Mr. Bright and Coercion, 26 m 10 b 

Pauperism, Decreafie of, 12 ? 12 o 

and Disttess. Blue Rn<»k on. 29 m 6 / 

Circular from the Local GoTernment 

Board on 1 7 m 8 c 

Pawson & Co.. 8 / II rf 

Peabody Donarioii Fund, Aimual Report, 24/4 f 

Peasant Proprietors, 2 m A d 

PfCuhar People, 4 / 7 e 

Peel (Sir A. W.) and Mr TumereHl. 30 / 9/ 

Kiver Land and Mineral v'ompany, 9 i \\ d 

— I / 11 c 

PEEEAOE-KEW OREATIOKS, Ao. :— 
Allsopp. bir Henry, 6 / ^ r-^bj 9j 

Beckett, Sir E.. 6 / 6 c— 5 / 9 / 

- Grosvenor, Lord Richard, 8 m 9 /— 10 w9/ 
' Kt. Hon. H.de A., to be Baron Stalbridge, 

20 m 12 a 

Herschell, Rt. Sir F., to be Baron Herschell, 

10 Ml a 

— ^ Kensington, Baron, to be Baron Kensington 
of Kensington, 20 m 12 a 
78 



I 



Peerage {co7itinned), 

- Mills, Sir Churles, 5/6 c— 6 /"9 / 

Hjinela){h, Claimant to, 16 / 6 e 18 /"fi rf 

Penniiiffton ^^ A.) on the Wording Cla.'SseM, 9/ 6 < 
Penny Knnks and School lioardi>, 2 m \\ d 
Penrhvn (Lord) Illness of, 31 m 9 e 

Pens. Seizure of a Large Quantity, at Kieff, 
becaut^e they have the Crucifixion Pngraved on 
them. 27 m 6 ff 

People's Palace for East I.iondon 15 / 10 ^ — 19/ 
<i 6—3 / 7 rf-8 /'U d—VJ /10 s 

Notes on. 10/3 d-\\ f 4 a— 23 / 11 « 

Percival J.) (mght not Schoolmasters to bo 

rrai.ied for th^'ir Work, 19 ; i\ f 
Perry & Co., Iti Ml </ 
Pertiia — Disturbances at Mefhed. 11 ; 6 6 

Ap|>ointmentM. 9 m 10 d^ii) m b c 

Persia, the shah's Birthday. 21 / 13 c 

a Tour in Western. 29 m 9 /* 

Peru. Mii»ci'llaneous News, 21 ; 5 d— 19 m 5 6— 

8U VI o e 
Perugia Thefts from the Municipal Library of, 

21 ; 13 r 
" Pet Lamb Case." Appeal for Murdoch Macrae, 

23 / 10 «-2H f 3< 
Peterborough (Bp. of) on Parish Churches Bill, 

30 7 12 a 

on ( hiirch Extension, 12 ot 9 /" 

Peters (K.) on the Charity Organization Societj 

and the Mansion House Fund. 27 m 4 c 
Peterson (Albert K.) on the Atlantic and Great 

Western Railroad. 24 / II A 
Petroff (M.) oil the Acclimatization of Trout in 

KuKsia. 8 m 9 / 
Petroleum Beds nenr Suez 23 w 5 c 

C'oiigress at B>«ku, 25 m 5 e 

Engine. 31 m \d 

TrHde of Rus.Ma 20 m 7 /' 

Phayre(Sir A.) Proposed Momenal to, 15_;6« 

—20 ;5./— 30; 6y 
PhiIl|>oit (lip.) a Prophecy of, 8 ; 4 / 
Pho.-pli(ir-Hr<jn2e Company, 10 /' 12 c 
Ph 'tu^'rapliing Fifteen Millimi Stars. 11 / 13 a 
Photo^rupiiy by Lightning, 22 ih W h 
Piiyi*it iaii!* and Surgeons. Colleges of. Laying the 

foundation Stone of, by the Queen, lom, 4 c 

— 23 /« 9 e—li III lo (I — 2i'» ni » i 

Opening Ceremony, 'ii^ at 8 a 

Physiological Kesearcli, a NfW Start in, 7 j \2 c 

14 / 4 li 
Pi^gott I F. T.) P^xecution of Foreign Judgment. 

4./ 4 / 
Piic (Thos. j'ln.) on the Deput'ticm to Lord 

Hnriiiigioik. '^3 / lo u 
Pindico Poi.Noning Case, Notices about, 10 m 11 /^ 

— 27 w 12 r 

Pinos Alto> Bullion Company, 13 /'ll h 

PituMii (C. H.) on the Toal Otfice, 7 ? 9/ 

Pitt- Lewis (0.) the Block on the Metropolitan 

District Railway, 15 ; 10 A 
Piatt (James; on VVnges aRd Labour, 5 / IS /' 
Pkyfair (Sir L.> at Lteds, 12/6 d 
Plow Monday in the City, 12 / \2 o 
Plunibmg Trade, Meeting, 28 ; 9/— 16/9/ 
Plunket ^— ) at Devizes. I7 m 10 u 
Poachers, (Capture of a Gang of, at Eltham, 1 1 4 4 
Pocr-Xreneh (<'nl.) »^ Trbi^ch 



March .11, 1886.J pakmkk'h ini>kx Tt» •• tiik timkm " nkwsi'apkk. 



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Pui^oninff. Allepe*!, of Twr) Women, hy Mtft?nke 

of a DiK^rtir. in the ()M Kent Koui, ri t 'A t 
Si range Cnse of, at I he^lerlon. II unto, 2(i 

POLICE: — 

Aiianis. Gi-o.. for SroMlinir. 27 j A b 

A. J. fur ApsmiiI". 8h / 4 / 

- A<lol|»h»». — . for '^rmitfLfling. (i / lo r 
-. Aii'HT. Ftnuu. for A 'I vice, I / 4 // 

— — Airev. .Juhn. for Murder, H /« H h 

Al''«M-k. (ti»o.. tor Keaii.l I'.l < 7 »• 

AlU'.'C'k. (J»o.. for Fraud. 27 / 4 r- 

nnd Hiioil.er for TrMnd, 3 / M» ,/—\7f'Ae 

Allen. Edw., :in(i anoihtr. for Hurnlniy. H 

ai 12 a 

John Riid another for I)i orderly (\)ii- 



duct. 11 / fi / 

Ambrose. Kliza. for Attouipteil Murder, 15 

- Amy, Sistor ('arolnu' for Advicp 2 '> »/i 10/ 

Ai»der>!nn. F.dw., and uiioiIkt, tor Cruelty 

to a Hors , 17 /«i 4 / 

Andie. K.), L. for l>n'Iding AiM Offtnee, 21 

; 4/ 

Andrifji, — , for Annoynncp, 1^2 m H f 

Andrews, Jainex. ai>d oijieia. fi-r Stt*. linjr, 

2574 // 

- Arifi, ('. !>.. for Pc'jiiiy, M / 4 ^ 

Arnioiii. Uev. M., for t nu-iiiir n IJi 't. ! /(» '* 

Arn«4il, Fled, for .Vli'deine.oiour. 2ij itt 4 /" 

Win , for Larceny, :^4 / 4 e-o m 4 c - 17 

M 4 r 

— — Ariizins' I)wi'Ilini:« in Gun Street, Ownrr 
of. for Nui«;in"e. I!» 4 / 

- — Atkin-on. John, for Sf'-iiinir. H w 5 f — V9 
»f I > « 

Hnc'kin-sn. (\ K. for •* ft alii ;; '-'d m 4 / 

Hagley. lleMtv.and oilier** lur *^leM }'<*: \.l 

^^ in„ and ofltert*. for Ki^^^'ing l>ojjs wi h- 

OUt Liivnsfs. IH / * '/ 

|{:.iley, Kolit.. f.ir f/i»)e!. '2-> t I;? ./ 

— — H>ik»*r. llenrv. ami iJth"r« niPulHry. 4 /« I.'io 
Baldoek. T.'W.. fur I raud. 2A / ia^i-4 

m \'A n 
— — Haldwin. CliaU*-. at'd ofln/'H fi»r A'tenipf- 

jnjr to I'roL'Uie Aliorliciit \*'., ."»/!::«/-(>/ li ^ 

— 7 f 7 r 

riallinstin F.llen for l*i I'lwliil ^(l^^«•.'•sillll, 15 

J 3" 

Hank^. 'Miuh.. for "^lejd oir 4 / 4 •■ 

I'-ni her, \\'m. and anojjiej for ( 'on^-pirnry, 

1 ; m /,- 8 '6 l--£\ , \ 4 - :•;) .An 

— — Uaile\'. 'I liox. for Dinnkeii ess 'Jl 1 4 f 

Harre'il (ie»». K. \l.. for W il.ul Dant '^v. '21 

t it /—I in :j / 

I'.itrick for \li-d»MiieaMonr. 'N / .'i / 

'■■ for ,Ni Indent. j»n>nr "^ / 4 */ 

Hjirrv. Julia, lor Siabhiig. ^< / 4 /i — lo / 4 6 

21) / 4 e' 

'— Harilett. Adel;iide. for I*oi«oninff h"r Hus- 
band, la / liJ *-— 20 / .0 r — 27 ' 7 ./ -I m 8 a 
6 M» <:i f- i:^ m 10 /— 20 >n 12 «-2ii <« 12 a 

haskin. Mary, for Siealinj; IG / JJ/' 

. for Libel. 27 « fi—rAj a e 

- Hastf^ndoiCf. .^^cworin, for A«>auU. iSJAr 

- Hati'helor. Davui, itml oihera, for MUde- 



Police {rfyntinuf.i). 

- li'itetipin K. W.. for Bipamy, 20 »i 14 <» 

Hfad Kri»d.. ft»r Wilful Damage. 4 i4 rf 

BtKlf'jnl. Gfo., for Criminal Act Offence. 4 

m VA a 

IJeecnft .^iini'iel for Wilful Damage, 10/ 

G ^/-I7 ^(I * 

- Ik'ira»» . I (►!*:•) M» for A«f:niilt 2rt i 3 ff 

IJell. Mo»e'. for deceiving Slolon Tioiierty, 

it in 12 '/ 

H« lir ove. I' red., for Fraud 27 / 6 « 

r.L'ltiii.L'r. Jolin. tor Manslatii^liter, 8 w 4 c 

— « :. ,1. 4 

Helj. Hiidi.. for Fraud, 14 / la ^-21/3^— 

2> I li ii 

he neli. Kdwr., for Fuih»vzli'uient. 24 / 4 « 

HeiivMii. lliMiry, ft»r Stcdini. II / 3 /' 

he t, .^tei'lien, lor Heekle-s Driving, 15 

/ (» n 

Ib»tts Ann K.. for •'tt'Hlinir, 12 j 4 

D'-vfu*, Alfred ami i»:ber8. for fonspiracy, 

21 " 4'/ 

hhTen, fnrl von for F^raud, M /3 /" 

- - I 'da I'd. Herbert, for >inoke Nuiaance, 25 
w I 2 . 

I'ohr. <'lia.«<.. for Stenlii'jr 2n /4 n 

hfurne. W. S.. for Uilawlul I'ossession, I m 

a /-."•/»* 4 «» - n Hi I '\ n 
hoy. for Hi tfii'iu. H f 1 f 

- - I'.i.intlreih. Ai'in., ai d others, for Misde- 
OM* n.onr. !.*» / 4 '/ 

I '.rash..!/.. Henry, for Fraud. 10 m 13 fi — 13. 

HI I 4 </ 

Ureeden. (lOo.. and others, for Stealing, II 

7 a / 

- r>rew. Wni., for Fraud, 19 ; 4 c -20 ; 4 «— 

:;■) ; 4 e 

Hrewcr. Ilenrv. f.;r Rur^lary, I9i4p — 2(> 

/ 4/ 
hriton T,if< A«voeiation, and others, for 

( onii)!iiiieh' Aei OlTeiice -3 / H» / 

Hnu.ke. W. K.. for Fraud. 2t) ;4 /— 9 / 4 f 

IJnwMiie Jolo>, for Fraud. G/w 13 f—2'2wSf 

hro'iull. Henry, for I raiid, 4 in 13 // 

niowii. An^ustu.'*, for Allowing his Dog to 

be at I.;ir;:o. lo / 4 /» 

( has., for Not having a IiU?ence. 27 / fi o 

'Ihos. and anoiher, for Disordeily Con- 
duct, 1 I I \) / 

iJrowning. F. G.. for Fraud. 19 /« 12 c 

liru- ton. .Fames, 'or Wounding 2 /« S / 

liry.tn. John, and another, for Assault. 7 

Hiigbec. M. and J^arah. for Unlawful Pus- 

session, 12 / U /*— 2H /Ah 

hums .!« hn. and others, for Hiotous Con- 
duct iind Intimidation, 18/7 «--2d/l2«— 1 
lit iO // - 4 //* 12 /I 

HyMiell L\di,i. for Robbery. 7 H » /" 

Camp ell. c: li . for Steaiini,'. 2G / 4#?- 1/3/ 

Mary, an I oihers for AssMidr 7 / 3 e 



Campion, hobi.. for rer.^omum. 4 / . J / 



( aiillon. — , Application for a Suintnonft 

agait)i!it. tor Non-pa ,\ uieiu of \vagea, lU m 13 ci 
— II HI l« «— i.s HiA / 

Caipeuter, Cha^., for Iraud, 13 wi 14 ci — Id 

m A f 

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[Jan. I to 



Police {continued). 

Tarr. ( his., for Straling. 20 /3 f 

Jo8«*ph. fur Merchant Shipping Act Of- 
fence. \) } \ e 

CurruU. .John, and others, for Bcgi;ipg, J3 

raspy. John, for Ohstrurtion (>.; fi r 

Cm ve. .lohn, for Wilful Diunxge. Jn m 12 A 

(^luiinhers. John, for Assault 'i^ / H e 

<—— ( h ipnian, Muriii, foriJiAordeily Couduct, 8 
J \ fi — h III A e 

Libel H M 4 /«— 9 w Vi a 

(^hihcMi. John, for Assault. 25 »i 12 c. 

Cltnenre, \H Woys. for Mutiny on Board, H / 

12 //-!»//>'/ 

riark. ( ha*., for Burglary. 9 m 12 rt 

(ieo.. f«ir UurjjlHry. 10 /« IH b 

Wm., for Fniud.*30/w 12 h 



( larke A If ret! . for SteHling. 2fi ; 4/ 
Alice, for Stealinjr, 22 fid 



Cleary. D.iiiiel. and another, for Stealing, 

1 7 m 4 / 
- — ' Cl.fforcl, Henry, for Sending Bad Meat to 

Ma»^ker, Irt / II / 

Cochrane, C S., and another, for Stealing, 

7;8e 

<'oghlan. G. M., for Factory Act Ofifence, 9 

/ 4 / 

(\)hen. Anne, for Ste.-iling. 9 / 4 '/ 

Symon. lor Smoke Nui-«nnce t> / 10 c 

- ■ Co> nell. K. T. f«.r Mealinir. 12 ; a / 

John. f«»r AssiinU. H / 4 / 

\V. T., for SitaHnf^. n 4 n 

Connor. Daniel nnd another, for Attempt- 
ing to Stenl. L'2 m A / 
(%>nnois .lohn. for Wilful Dnninife. 4 / 6 r 



Cook. John, lor Uece'ving Stolen I'ropeily, 

n 7 4 ' 
Joseph, for Krjind 20 ; 3 f 

Holit.. and hdoiIut for Stealing. 20 / 3 / 

Cooke. Kich.. for VVilinl Uainage, 10/ Gc 

—■HI / ;'. / 

Cooper. Thns.forSiewling. 19 /««— 24 fie 

Cottrel. Walter, and anoiher. for Assault, 9 

/ 4e 

Conrti«*r. G. B., for Fraud. 8 ;« 4 r/-22 mia 

— t owell. IVter. for Mis<leinean«)nr. 19 f 'A / 

Cox. James, and another, for Misdemean- 
our 7 I S f 

- Coyne. John, for Destroying Letttr , 7 ; 9 « 

C'lvsnull Isaac f«»r Assault. '6 / 4 / 

CresHy. Hv-nry. for ()h.siiucti»»n. 20 ; H /* 

Oi»*|)e. Henry, for I niud. J m 4 a—\) m 12 A 

C'ronniirc. t>. H., for Knibizzlinient, 13/4 

r — I o I 4 II 

Cn»itv. Leslie, for AbshuU. 23; «0 «— 8/7 

«-ll /4a 

Cuanning — . for Boycotting. I5J ; H a 

naiuel-, W. O.. and others, for C'riniinal 



Assiiult. 9 / 4 « 

— iiarley. Wesley. for Unlawful Detention. 18 
j id-\ /A a 

— ~ l>a>hwood. Alex., and anoiher, for Srauggl- 
i ig. t I A h 

— Davifi, Chas.. for Unlawful Detention, 15 
m 4 / 

I- E. J., for Advice, )im \d 



Police {continued'), 

DavidKon Thos . for Stealing. 12 / 10 r 

Dnvonport, W. Y.. for Mis«!eineanonr. 2iAd 

Day. Chas. for Unlawful l'os^e."8ioii, 27 

iM h t 

Frederick, and his Wife, for Murder, 6 



/ 10 r/ 



Thos.. for Beirging, 12/8/ 



De Pinna, nee pinka 

Deardon. John, for Keeping a Disordeily 

House, 17/8 « 
Denny, Kev. Arthur, for Indecent Conduct, 

2 M '• 

Dent. Tho«.. for Stealinfif. 11/6 «-18 flc 

Disclaimers, I w A «— 4 tn 18 ' — 5 w A 1 

Disordeily Houses, Persons for Keeping, 25 

?4 h 

Distress. ra.«es of, 14 ; 18 ^-4 m 13 rf 

Dotrgett. Florence, and others, for Stealing 



and At tempt e<l BHScne. 8 / 4 « 

Donaghue, T. B.. for Kefractory Conduct, 

27 w (wi 

Donald. Joh»», for Assault, 8 / 4 e 

Donallaon. Frances, for Attempted Suicide, 

2() w 4 « 2 / 4 h 

- Dormer, Wni.. and others for Conspiracy, 
2« / 4 /' 

- Downs. II.. for Fraud 19? 4r 

James, and an<»ther, for Assault. 17/8 /* 

Drake. J. W., for Ciiinii^al Assault. 8/4/ 

-19 I An 

Dra}'. Mary, for Fraud. 18 m 4 a 

Dris«oll. Cornelius for Stealing. 12 fA h 

Miehael. fi>r ^ti-aling, 2»> . 4 « 



— DuflF Jiinie*. for Indecent Assault. ^ / 4 c 

— Ka^Ie. (ieo., and others, for Burglary, 2y 4 

— Fast London Waterwoiks. for Misdemean- 
our. 1 / lit r— 4 ) A r 

— Fasterbrook, Ernest, and another, for Bur- 
glary. 19 / 4 r 

— Kaston, Sarah, for Attempted Murdejt, 15 
;4 h 

— Eato-i. James, for Manslanghter 12 / 7 if 

Phil p an Affiliation Case. 18 ; 4 c/ 

Edwards, Geo., for Stealing, 12/3/ 

P. W.. for Stabbing. 2(i t A h 

Wm.. and another, for Stealing. 12; S/" 



I 



— Fgremoni, Godfiey. for ICnibezzlement, 5 
m 4 t 

— Fllett. Chas., for Misdemeanour, 80 ; 4 / 

— Klvin, Jiiines. for Stertling. '-^9 / 4 e 

— KmmiTSon. Marian, for Stealing 12 ; 8 /* 

— Kreapt and Sons for Violation of the Excise 
Aet 8 ; 1 1 r/ 

— Eristoff, P.G.,fnr Fraud, 10/»i 13fi— If w3/ 

— Eva' 8. David for Assault, 28 ; 3 « 

Harold, for Snowb llin;;. 7 ; 3 r 

— Ewintr. * ^has.. for 'I hreats. fi i 4 o 
('apt. James, for Assiault. 8 / 4 « 



Excise Offence. Persons for. 22 ; 4/ 

Faiei Daam, for Advice. 17 w 4/ 

Farmers, Four, and a Labourer, for Ananlt, 

2H / 5e 

Farrell, Patrick for Fraud, 23 / 3e 

Fauld^ J. A., for Fraud. I ; 10 0—16^ 4 fl 

Feroz, — . for Murder. 12 m 4 « 



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Par 



Police two tinvefi). 

Field 'I'hoi.. for Reg|(inir. 29 M « 

Kinch, Sauiuel, for liurglary, 11 } 3 /— 13 

Finnigan, Win., and others, for Rlotirf, I 

Finkenstein. J. A. A. A., for Forgtry, 16 j 

4 o— Xn » 3 e~2 / 4 '» -« /« 4 r 

Firlinjr, J. W.. for Ko-^try, 9 M « - IG / 12 c 

Finh T. Alfre*!, for ^teHliiisf, 9 ; 4 /' 

(jeo.. for Assmult. 12 / 4 /• 

- - Mary K, and oiliers, for FACtoru's' Act 
Oflfeii<!2. I / 3 / 

- — Kitt. James, and another, for Assault. 7 i Se 

Fleming. Ilciiry, for Atteuipted Fraui, 7 j 

3e— 14 / 13 h 

FI3 nn, Kdw. for Fraud. 12 / 4 A 

Foi^iird. AllcMi, for Fraul, 2J ; 4 </-I8 ; 3 

d-S / 4 e 

- Fordhani. SMmnid for Steitling. 22 /'4 tl 

FosiiT, Alfied. for Wilful Damage, 12 / 10 / 

Harry, for Offences agidiittt the Inlnad 

Hevenue. I ;3/ 

Henry, for Adulterating Milk 7 fG b 



- Fowler, J. S., and anoihi^r, for Fraud. 18/ 
3 '—23 / 3/— 2 M 3 /— 10 M 13 u— 11 M 13 a 
~-l7m4 /->24m 4 /-3i m 13 <i 

- - Wm.. for As>aulr. 4 ; 4 *• 

F<iyle, B. T.. for MisdenieHnour, I J S f 

Frai.cis SiIhu. for Stealing, \ f 6f 

Frank*. F. H.. for Stealing. 6 m \SJ 

W. M.. for Fraud, 26 / 13 /# 

Fraser. Alex., for Stealing, *1 m% f 

Fraud, Systematic M ; 3 / -2^ » 4 /•— 18 »i 3/ 

FraziT. HHMtii'gs. for Stealing, 2t> / 4 c 

Freeman, S. A., and an )iher, for Unlawful 

Possession, 4 / 4 /-G/ 10 // — 1.')/ 10 /--I9 

y3/ 

Freund II. P., for Disorderly Conduct, 13 

Fnth, Chas., as a Rogue and Vagabond, 9 

/4r/ 

Furez. — , for Mnnslnuuhter, I9 w 4 / 

- Gardener Theodore, for Assault. II m 4 a 
Gardner, VVm.. for Stabbii.g. 9 / 4 /' 

- — Gardner, Henry, for Cruelty to a Horse, 22 
an 4 II 

Garwood, Hsrbert. for Embezzlement, 18 

M 4 li 
— — Geneva Watch Frauds, Applicntion about, 

a GentWmnn, for Mi^demennour, 13 ;4d 

Gihbenii, Geo., for Tut jury, 2 / H / 

Giiibs. Albert, and otherH, for Kieping a 

Dinorderly llouxe. 1 / 3 / 

Gibson. Wm.. for Burjflary. 6 7 4 a 

Gilbert, Alice, for Abduction. 12 m 4 e 

«— > Golliker, J. ai.d iJ., for Uulawful Possession, 

1176/— Itt./Tc 
-^ Goodage. VVm., for Cruelty to a Horse, 26 

/4 e 
— > Gouldsniith. Son & Co.. for Advice, 26 in 4/ 
^^ Griihuni. John, for Stealing, \i / i d 
— ^— — and others, for ^mugglmg, 20 ) 6 e 
-*— Vim., for Wilful Daunige. Hi m Id f» 

and auother, for Highway iiobbery, 6 



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Police ^continued), 

Gradley. — . for Advice. 2 ; 4« 

(a rant, Donald, and auother, for Burglsry, 

26 / 4 e—a f 4 e 

Graves Lord and another, for Con)>piracy, 

18 / 12 r-24 / 4«— 27 / da 

Gray, John, and another, for Stealing, 25 

fVSa 

Gre^rson. F. K.. for Embezzlement, 8 w 4 c 

— 12 «. 4 //-I9tf/ 4 / 

Greig. John, for Unlawful Possession, II 

/ »5/ 

Grieves. Rich., and others, for Burglary, 15 

;4 /'-2i / 4 / 

Griffi h-«. Dr. O. for Advice. 28 ; 3 if 

li. «'., for Kiiiliczzlenient. 14 / 13 b 

John, for As>anlt, 15 /« A f 

Grimei. James, for Cruelty to a Horse, 12 

(5rim^h;<w. Wm. for AsahuU II f^f 

GrniidHll. Edwin, for A^.««*iidt. n j A a 

(iuthrie, C. S. L., for Wilful Damage, 14 

1 13 /* 

Guerin. Patrick, and others, for Whiteboy 

Act Offence, S f 5 / 

Halbach. Baron A. B., for Fraud, 13 i» 14 a 

—20 iti 14 a 

Hall, C J., for having a Dog at Large, 20 

j i n 

Jiimes for Intimidating Voters. 9 /» 10 /" 



llHlley. G. E., for Conspiracy, 23 m 10/ — 

80 »ti 1 2 /' 

Hamilton. John, for Stealing. 2 i A e 

Hammond. Fred., for Cutting and Wound- 
ing. 13 / 10 /— 20 /He 

Hiimplor. Fred., and another, for Stealing, 

27 /M n / 

Harding. J. and T., and others, for Begging, 

13./ 7 d 

- Harper, Mary, for Misdemeanour. 18 /3y 

Han is, Fanny B.. for Stealing. 20 / 4 <t 

Geo., for Stealing. 5 / 4 h 

Henry, for Fniud. 20/ 4'>— 12 mid 

Uobr.. for Assault. 12 / 4 ci 

Uarrold. Martin, and another, for Disorderly 

Conduct. 2 / 4 r 

Hart. Henry for Assault. 13 / 10 /*— 19 / 8 / 

I.<<misa, for C'rimina' Act Offence. 9 / 4 J 



— 17/3 e — '^4 / 4 ^ -;{ w 4 #~ 10 m 1 3 a 
— Harrey, Thai . for Wounding. 9 / 4 « 

T. E., and another, for Cruelty toa Horse, 



14 / \Hr 

Hathaway. John for Misdemeanour, 17 mAf 

Hawkin.<, John, for Fraud, 13 / 4 </ 

Hearn '1 hos.. for IVrston.ttion. 1 m An 

Hellenb:8nd Au^u^t, and another, for 

Betting Act Offence, 27 / 4 ^— S ; 3 /— 24 / 4 « 

lie* ring John, and another, for Stealing, 9 

/4e-IO./ 4q~237 He 

Heskeih, Wm., and others, for Robbery, 18 

m 9 / 

llewett, A. E., for I)i-orderiy Conduct, 10 

/"6 f/ 

ihll, H. W.. for Sfealinjr, 21 ; 4/ 

Hillier, (Caroline, for Keeping a Disorderly 

Hou!<e 2ii Ml 3 « 

- Hillier, Thoi.. for Not Maintaining his Wile. 



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[Jan. I 10 



Polioe ( / ont in ue fy. 

IliiK'Uliffe, CniwInnothiT Bt)v forRurglaiy. 

«./ '0 / 

Hiiicbv, John, for Dpojiteriingfo Slioot, 20 

; G /* 

— ^ liinc'lilifT. Iii'uIm'U. for I nilu :ij?l'Miu ni. 4 / 4 »/ 
—— tlii.toit. V'JM'tJ.i!.!, iiJi'i oih-i>, t>»r iM'aud, 
10 / 3 / — I 7./ 3 / -JJ / 4 ft ■ LM / :J « 

UcmIl;!', IC. H.. fur lii.UfLMit lo:i<linf. I2;3c 

- IIuliiu-H. {'. K.. for IJiu.ony. 'J7 m .'> /" 

I ii/.ilvih I'.r Hiiv'i "V, ' I '« i> ^ 

Moll, Faiiii,v. iiiul iii.tiilier. fur Stealing, 11 

7 4 n 

llolton. Aliff, fo" <ri;.lm'j. 4 / 4 «i 

Hopkiiis. Aluv f«r AiM'Si. V / 4 '/ 

iluiiotk. ICcv, c I !«.<».. ;iiul iiis \N ife. for Libel, 

TAJ « f. 

Iiointif IMeiuy riilltiinh'-opic 5?oeiety, for 

I.UKC. T. II. forrrueltv loji IloiPe, HJ /3/ 

■ llousfowi i»T.«, tor Miat emeanoiir, 2i j 4 / — 
2M; H e_:j / 4 /— I.S / a / 

liownnl, I Ins., for Kinboz/leiiicnt, 18 'w 3 / 

-lJ»m4/ 
Win., for Ste;«IinL% 19 7 4 rV 

llowK •^, Kiiiily H., nml Hiioihtr, for Fortune 

TtlliiiK 1 M " 
— UuuhvH, .lohn. for AdultiTHtion. 30.; 4 /' 

\\ III , t»)r Fr.iuil, *< m 4 f 

Iluiiii liru^tf, J. C, for MiadeiiKMinuur, 8 ; 4 

ti-!l/4/ 

- Huik'V. Tirnotliy. for Miinlcr, H) / 7 c 

liutcliiii-on U III , for JStcalinir, i> y 4 « 

Iiultoii, I'.H. for I.iIkI, Aim 4 / 

lie-*. J. mien, for l)ruiikeiiiu-8s. lt» / (> ti 

— — Inch- < has., for Ulll.l^^fllI l'osse>sioii. 9 / 4 / 

Indian Viila;{e iMcii.Ix'IH. for Advice. A / 4 '» 

lnuU'<tii!(l Scli'M)!?* Act. r«8i'S uiuJit. S ^ 4 e 

JackMHi, Heiirv. for >iniii:)^liiii^, "J / 4 / 

JA'oi.un:, lor Ailuhe M'ioii. :^.')/13a 

T. A. «'., f«»r Hij<ainy. i / 3 / ' 

Jaco:t, Altu'd for Lioei 8 / a / 

JitCiibtf, iK'iiiy, Hiid oiliers, for Asvault^ 6 

/4a 

- JanieP, Gertrude, for Kraml. 5/4 a — 1 2 / 4 6 
— ^— Howard lor iMidh/zU iiieiit. 3'» / 4 / 

Jultii lor Dl ordeily » O'.tlUit. 10 / (> ti 

Jnrvit*, C lirtd., tor Disordeily Conduct, 11 

Jeiikins. Alex., for Stealinj^, 20 / 3/ 

Ileuiy. tor .Maiislaijyhier 22 / 4 f 

— — — JaiiieM. for ( rui it y i»» a lli'r^e 2t> / 4 e 

- Jii>&£le». Jaiiie>. l«>r >tvalinj<. \li'6/ 

Joiiu>, W 111., for Meaiiiivf, .'j / 3y 

Jollll^t'tl, deo.. for U iitul Damage, lOyO c 

Widiei, for IJur;;! iry. «l / 4 <♦ 

v^ ( o. It)r Factor}' Act < IffiMiee. 8 / 4 e 

Joiiuii, J. N., and oIIhto, tor C■ou^p^^acy, 2 

;4ci 

- tlatu'8, Abraham, for Burglary, I / 12 r 

I^^VHO, Hud another. t»>r -le.diiij^. 12 /4a 

— — .1. 11.. lor L' I lawful ri»-i*ti«»«ion, G / 3 /' 

I h.M. Mild an <tiiei%io, U.ir^liry. I7«? 3 f 

■ V\ 111 . and aiiiiiher, lor tialin^', 27; 4 c 
— — .ji»0!« UiiAiave. lor Mealiui', 2 / 4 b 

— - ./o}ce. (. lia^., anil aiiuliier, for Miniggrlinf;, 

<<2 



! 



Police ( OhfinUffI). 

J I dfr*' lieiij.. forThreRt8 29 m 3 d 

- Kavanai^h. V. F. I*., and others, for Frau 1, 
1 1) tn i A /' 

K« lly, Fred., fir Kinhez/lement. 10 / 3 /' 

Keml il. VV. J., and anotiier. for Conspiracy, 

27 M " 

Kvi^niily. Calh. M.. for Attempted Sui^;id^.^ 

28 ) A ti 

Kenny. Patrick, for AsbHult. 23 in 10/— 25 

rn 12 r 

Kerwin (\)rii<*rnis and another, for Unliw- 

fnl l*os»'^e.*^ion, H) / (> »-- I ; / 6 /# 

Key Isaleda. for Steiilini; 13 / 4 // 

Kimhi'T. Arihui, andano.her. for(\)eiipaiiies* 

Act Olleiice. S / 4 ^ 

Kii g. F. .1.. for Wilfal Pamage, 10 / 6 f - 

13/ 7 ./- l.> / 7 A 

(ieo., for Non-payment of C'ab Fare, 27 

ni h f 

I.t'ni.sa for Attemjited Arson. \{\ m 13 A 

Kirkj.atiic k. A. V... f.ir Burglary. I •« 3 / 

Kiitii I liz. aii\ ('., ami another, for MihIC' 

me'Mionr. 2i» / 4 ^ 

Kniuht. Louisa, for Murder. 8 m 4 r— 13 m 

Knocker. Jt)hn. for Murder, 11 / 8 ♦/ 

Ko'lm.n''ku. Alick. fi»r riir^'Us. 12 m 4 </ 

Kogf, \Vm. for As.<iault. 10 / 3 e 

Krei::er, Louis, for Fraud. 20/ 1 1 e— 27y 6 

a — (I ih 13 / 

L.KN'ck. Laurn, for Stealing. 18 / 3 « 

Latter rIo*«e|ih. for Kailv*'uy Off. nee, (5 ;4a 

Lnxt-y I'dw.. for .su.aliiiir. 2(> r 4 '* 

Law. .\hrahani fi)r Misdemeanour, 11 ;3/ 

!.iiyland.><. Henry, for having h Dog nut 

under rroper ( 'oniml, II ;3/ 

- Leak. Josepli. for Be gjjing, 13 / 7 <<! 

Leamington lias C\»uipany. for Violation of 

ihtir Act 20 m 7 d 

L' e Tho!*.. for Stealing. 10 / 6 r 

L«i<re!*ter Kioiers. J 8 Alen an«l one Woman, 

for Kior. 20 / I I / 

Lewi<, Arthur, for Fmbezzlemeut, 1 1 ; 8/ 



— 1» /4 r 

.lames and another, for Fraud, 4 / ^ /' 



— Llo\d. Arthur, and another for Burglary, 2 
«/ 3 / ' 

John, for Uidawful Possession. II f ^ f 



Lo.idon (i<-nerai Cai) Couip:iny, for Com- 
panies" ;\et Offei.ce. 1/3/ 

Lon.uhui>t F. J., foi A?*sault, II / 3/ 

Lu.'»» Jiilm. for Stealing '.'y'4 d 

Lu'-.non. .lame.s. for Assault, 15/40 

— Luva. Da^il, for Assault. 2 / 4 '• 

Lyonn, Klne^t. and another, for Stealing, 19 

/y/ 

.Mackey. John, for Mutiny and Assault, 3 

Mackie. Geo., for Misdemcanoar. 16 / 12 o 

Maddi«on, Fred., for (.'riiuinal A.^sault, 6 f 

lOf— 10 /K / 

Madigan. John, for Fighting. 2J m 6 d 

Ma honey. Win., and a'.ioiher, for Wilfol 

Lamage. lO / G c — 1« / 5 f 

.Main, Jane, for Sunday Trading, 7 i f 

.Marc ban I, Henry, for stealing, 267 4 « 



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Police {iontinneti\ 

a Man, for Advict-, Ifi / 3 /— 8 m 4 c — .U m 

13 a 

for Aj«*i''tjinci». Ti w 4 « 

■ ftir SfealiiiL', ^ i \ n 

MsiiiSi'll. Chas.. for hison^cly (^onduct, 

/ 4 fi 

Mnrdwer. Alfrel. for A«!n'for;itii»n. 10 / 3 « 

Mark^. SfliniKl for Kiiri<»us Driviujr. l* y 4 ^ 

Llnrsliall. liio. for Assault. J(» / \l c— 23 ; 

4</— 13 / 10 * — 'll t i^ n 

John, for A-^ftault. \'2 i A n 



Martin. ( lias., for Hnr;:l.iry, 5 / 4 h 
Win., for >tieilintf, 4 / 4 '• 



Marx. \V«lliT. for Forgi-ry. 23 ? 4 »' 

Mason. T. G., and ai other, for Forjfcr3% 25 

m 12 h 

MLjich?an. F. J., for Di-turbmro, 'i8 / 3 d 

M'Naiitarii. Slu'i'IiHnnwdotlK'ra. fur Attack- 

injf ill-* Tolicv. V3 i n t 

M I'.irhiiul, I'eser for Miinler. 7; 6 

Meek iMiiuia. fi»r "^le;-! \\\i. '^'» ' 4 « 

AMelville. r. ().. for l)i unUj-iinc^H 12/ 10/^ 

Il.irry. and nflier.-*. for Asiiilt 2 / 4 <t 

Men. for M(<oi.li:^liiiii^ Outragi-s, G/ G h 

U^T SteHlin.', 2 y 4 e 



— Muitdtz, JoHcpIi for Letting []ou8i.>8 for 
Disumlerly I'lirpo-ies. 2."» ; 4 /» 

— Men-er Kd^rar ft>r SniMj^ulinL', 12 /4 a 

— Meredith, l has., for Sieaiiii^. 4 / 4 c 

— Merrill, il. H.. for Forjjery. "> / 4 « 

— Merton. J. S.. for Aliowiii;^ his Dog to be 
at Liir^e. In ? 4 'i 

— Metro))oli(an Board of Works, for Nuisance, 
15 /^^ 

— Meyboom. Wni.. for *^tealinjr. 4 7 4c 

— Miles, Alfred, for Stealin:,'. h )! J 
Kl.z.i. for .Murder, t ) \ d 



Milnnf^ton, John, for Cutting and Wound- 
ing. 2 ; 4 r/ 
.Mills, Arthur, and anotlier, for Fraud, 6 mi 

Joseph, for Unlawful Possession. 5/46 

Missing I'erjsous. 2 ; 4 // -tS m 4 '/ 

• Mitchell, Ko: t.. for Begs^in/, IJ) ? 4 c 

dtc I/O. for Factory Act Offence. t> / 4 / 



— Molo:H'y. Miehael, for Intimidation. IH/ lb 

— Montagu, Clhas.. for 8teahng, 2 m 3 /- il /n 
12 a 

— Monteith. J. W.. for Misdemeanour. 10 / 3 ^ 

— Moore. — . for Wiltnl Damage. 5 / 4 a 

Kate, and others, for Oii5l ruction, 1 1 /4 « 

\\ . K. G.. for Forgery. I I ; G / 



- Morelnnd. 1, L., for Mines iiegulation Act 
Offence 1 1 »i 5 / 

^ Morgan. Eliz., for Keeping a Disorderly 

House, 14? H //— 27 / 4/i 
Ihos.y for Indecent Conducf, 25 ;' 4 /► 

Motiaiiy. Mortimer, for Assault. 20 ; 6 6 

Morri.", David, for AfSauli, I / 3 A 

Kdw.. ft>r i'ruflty to a llorse, i) / 4 « 

^—^— Emma, for Steal n^. 2 / 4 // 

Moss, Aaron, for Stealing b m 4 c 

Abraham for Atfempiiiig to Steal, 5jSf 

Geo.*, for KinbiZ/lement. 23 y 3e 

Johannah. for stealing. I / 3 /" 

Mountford, Samuel, for Murder, 16 w 10 6 



Police (roptiiiuf'f). 

.Murphy. John, for Bur-lary. 22 / 4 /-29 

;4 e 

Wni.. for A.'iHanlf. 1 1 ' 4 a 

— Mniray, John, for Disonleily Conduct, 12 

Murrell. James, for Misdemeanour. 9 / 4 « 

— M\ers. llenrv, for Fraid. lt» f H f 

Newhf)Id. V. G.. and another, for Misde- 
meanour. 3 / 4 « 

Newton. A. VV..for Fraud. G / 4 <i — 13/4 U 

NieliolN. Jame't, lor stealing. 5 / 4 h 

Nil h./Uon, John, and other^, for Fraud, 8 

/ 4 n 

Niehlor. Franz, for Stealing, 25 ji a 

Nierse^. Martin, for Att inpted Fraud. 12 

/3 f- 13/4 r 

Ned in. .loseph. for Drnnkenne^'* 10 /'6 r 

Noiton. .Mnlnclii. for C'u' ting and Wound- 
ing 3 / 4 fc 

Niii^ianee. Ter-ons for. G / 10 h 

Oddy Wui. for A.s.suult, !» / 4 /* 

D'llaiJon. .Jo-i'ph. for Mraling. 14 j 13 fi 

O'N.ill Daniel, for Wilful Damage. 13 m 14 



*/ 



I) m 4 / 



— Oomoiid James, for Misdemeanour. 6/// 13 f 

— Oveiton, Frederick, for Attempted .\iurder, 
6 / G A 

— Own n, Fhz.. for Stonling 20 /lis 

— Page. Wni.. for Corrupt Practices Act Of- 
fence. 23 / G /' 

— Parliani. Jane. R.. for Fraud. \6 in 4 a 

— Parker, t'has.. for AhIu«:iion, 1 tn tic 
Geo., for Aj«siulr. 2t» /« 4 / 



Parrid. — , for Mi denu'anour. 20 i 4 a 

Pardons. Arthur, for Stealin*.', 4 / 3 /* 

Pauef. Wni., lor Unlawful Pos.'isession, 10 

/ G o 

Paul, IT n y, for Sie ding, 10 ' G rf 

I'Hver. Wm . f«»r A-^sauU. 17 / (i »i 

Payne. Th o*".. for Stealiig. 11/3/ 

Pence, E. B.. for MiinUr. 23/ 10 o 

Peirce. — . for Fraud. G / 10 r: 

Peny. Geo , for "^tejiling. 2<i m 4 / 

sen., for deceiving Stolen Property, 26 



m 4 / 

— Pethers, — , and others, for Assault, 16 ; 
12 r— 22 / 4 /' 

— Phillips, Kinnm, for A!«sanlt. 26; 10 f 
- 11. L., for Non-payment of Cab Fare, 29 



w 



3 </ 



Win., for Fraud 26 /4 s 



Philp, Frank, for Embezzlement, \2 m \ d 

— 27 w o / 

— Pierce. W. G.. for Fraud. 30 / 4 / 

Pigott. Henry, for Stealing. II f A a 

FiKC. K. W., for Merchant Shipping Act 

Offence. 1 t W f 

Pilgrim. J. G.. for Embezzlement. 31 m 13 a 

Pinna. M. de, and aiu>ther, for Assault. 4 m 



18 a — II M I2r— 18 m'A f 

— Pleasance, Ernest, for Fraud. 18 / 3 « 

— Pluminer, il. W., lor lieceiving Stoien Pro- 
piTly. - ; 4 d 

— Pcdgr 'an, Chns.. for Embezzlement, 13y 10/ 

— Poole, Wich., for Biuamy, 1 / 4a 

— Pratt, Chas., for Assault, 22/4 d 



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palmer's INDICX TO " THK TIMES KEW8PAPKR. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Po'ioe (ronthiu^a). 

Prior, riiilip. for Mnnft]inij2:1iter. 2G j 4./ 

I'rvor, Geo., fur Unlawtul I'ussession, 12 

I'ulbrook, Henry, and others, for Stealing. 

2 / 4r 
^— Qiiin. — . his Case n f A a 

hani^ey. Dr. VV.. for Drunkennos*. 18 » 4 rf 

^— lUndulph, — , for being h fouvict at Large. 

7/8/ 
— — Katlenbiiry, J. W.. and others, for Wilful 
Damiii^e. 27 / « /;— 6 w 13 / 

liiivaid. JosHp. for Drunhkenness and 

ASfHUlt. 2(i III » h 

Kay. G. E.. for Forpery, 22 m « /-29 m 9/ 

Head. Geo., for Keeping a Disorderly House, 

16/3r 

-^- lienrden, Comelius. and another, for Gambl- 
ing and Assault, n I A a 

- Kefoi matory and Uefuge Union Capes, H /'4 e 

- Keid. — , for Indecent AHt^ault. 17 w A/ 

- Helph. Jolm, ami another, for Keepi.ig a 
Disorderly House. 4 / 4 r 

Keuianus, — , and oiher<«, for Begging, 29 

74e 

Pennieon. Geo., for Stenlinsr, 2 j 4 ft 

Hicards. Andiew, for Stealing. 10 / 6 rf — 17 

— '^ Hiegelhuth, Jacob, for Murder, 9 / 4d— 16 

^— Kiggs. Geo., and anotheis for Cruelty to a 
Horse. II / 3/ 

Kiley, Geo., and another, for .Manslaughter, 

9/4/ 

- liobinson. Eliz., f*)r Stealing. 4 w 13 6 
^— ^ J^awford, fur Assault, 8/4/' 
Wm.. for Burglniy. 4 / 8 /' 

Kochester. Wni., and another, for Unlawful 

1 0S8e^8ion. 7 ; 3 e 

hotlocanachi. Costa, for Fraud. 6 / 10 A 

Bogee. Alffietl, f.»rliidecentConiluct, 6/4') 

~- Kogers, Edw., and another, for Fraud, 11 m 

18 a 

W., S., for Misdemeanour. 10 f'Sf 

Rose, Geo., for Disorderly C?ondnct. 23 /8 s 

— ^ Kowe. Jamet*. for Smuggling, 2ti / 4 6 

- Howlantls. Wm., for Stealing, 25 ;w 12 b 

lioyal Liver Friendly bocieiy, Complaints 

against, 1 9 / 4 c 

Hubettttein. Marks, and another, for .Misde- 
meanour. 2 / 4 <i 

Kunn.G. H, for Unlawful l*o98ession, 8 m 4 d 

KuKcuni, 'ihos.. an«l others, for St-Uing 

Temperance Diinkd Wiihout a Licmse. 9/ 7 v 

- Hussell. John, for L■on^pi^acy, 9 / 4 e— 16 
/4 a 

Rr.tfy, E. W.. for Stealing. 6 /3 /" 

- Sach, Antonio, for Murder. 2 f 6 d 

- Saiiobury, U. B., for Criminal Assault, 20 

;8y 

Sampson, Matthew, for Arson, 19 / 4 </~ 2 

■ Thos. for Misdemeanour, 80 m 12 h 
Sandeni in. Geo., tor MiidvMn»*anonr, 28 /8 e 

>avernake. Lord, and others, for Misde- 
meanour, 30 / 4 e 

- bavory, Wm., for Assault, 10/6 rf— 17/ 6a 

84 



Po!iC8 (f ontinuerf), 

- Saxhy. rho!*., for Sacrilege, 1 n2 ^ 

— > St. John. Wm., and another, for Kol 
Maintaining their Father. 28 / 3 «/ 

. >ch«Mil Board Summonses. 1 1 / 3 / — 12 / 4 

c—\'6 t H» /-4 w 13 'i— M m I » '» — 15 m 4 / 

Scott. Miss J. M., for Misdemeanour, 26 

w 4 / 

S«arle^. Walter, for Fraud. 20 ;' 3 f 

Sei^enier, Cli;*s . for Stealing. 7 / 3 / 

Selhy. V\. S.. for Adultoraiion. 1 / 10 r 

Self-threading Needle Company, for Misde- 

meMnonr. 21 i 4 e 
Sewill. Geo., and another, for Burglary. 1 1 

; 4 /I— IS ; 4 »/ 

- Shadwfll John, uh b Marshall, uliis Love- 
day, f.»r FranJ. •-'9 / 7 / 

- Mmip. John, for Stealing. 29 / 4 « 
Shaw, .John, fot Smuggling. 13 / 10/ 

Sh ehan and others, for Assault. 23 ii\ 10 a 

Sheny. Geo., for Adul'eratioik. 12 in 4 e 

- Shews John, for Stealing 16 / 4 « 

^hort. G. li., and another, for Fraud, 2Jib 

— 16 / 3 / 

Silverfide. Mary J., for Burglar}*, 4 ; 4 </ 

Simmons. Thos.. for Fraud, 3 / 4 / 

Simpwm. C. A., for Conspiracy. 15-46 

Ski'iding, Sanmel, for BeKni^g. \ / A n 

'^niiih, Daniel, for MaU'diu^hier, 12j4a 

—20; 3/ 

Geo., for Stealing. II i S r 

Herbert, for Attempted liescue, 11/6/ 



Jamb.«, for Kraud, 6 / 3 / 



John. Ii»r Stealing, ]'M A if 

Thos., for Oufltv to a Horse, 5/3/ 

W. L. D.. for Fraud, 6 / 3 / 

Sna|>', J. C. for Threats. 13 / 5 « 

Sniiw. Geo., for I )isorderly Conduct. 12/106 

Sol«)nion, Mrs., to BeceiveDimations. 11/3/" 

- Soncher. W.. and another, for Cruelty to a 
Horse. ^ //< 4 c 

Souihee, Kate M. A., for Desertion, dm 12 

a— 24 w 2 / 
Souihwark and Vauxhall Water Company, 

for Misdeiueanour. 9 y 4 / 

Spencer, Gh)., for Smuggling, 1 2 / 4 c 

Spuller. James, for Wdful liHUia^fe. 10 / 6c 

Squares. Thos, for Fraud, l«» ^ 3 « 

Siacey, John, for Setting Fire to his Wife, 

24 m 9 / 

Stanley. Albert, for Stealinij. 1 ./ 4 n 

Steele, Joseph, for Keeping a Disorderly 

House. 22 / 4 / . 

Steimon. T. O., for Fraud, 22 m 3 /— 24 w 4 / 

Stephi^n, Uo It., for Stealing, 16 in 13 6—23 

w 10 /-30 M 12 /) 

StephiMisoM. 11. D.. for Nni!*ance. 20 / 11 s 

Stewart. Frank, for Asttault. 2«» lu \A a 

Stibbard, G. D., and another, tor Burglary, 

3/ 4« 

Still. A. IL, and others, for Stealing, 10 m 

13&— 17/w 4/ 

Street. Thos., for Assault. 23 / 3 « 

Stroud. Kobt., for Assault, I j H) h 

Stubbs. G. L., and another, for Conspiracy, 

\d fAe 
1 — 8tudt, John, for Misdemeanour, 8 / 4 a 



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Police (rontinueff), 

f^iu«f. lliM-bert. for Robbery. 25 i 4 a 

Suckiing. F. K., fur Siejiliij»f, 8 ; 5y— 22 i 

10 /i 

Sulii%'iin. C»e«».. for FrrtU'l. 18/4 r 

John, for ('iittiiif^RMd Woutnlinif. low 4/ 

MMr^farft for Sifiiliii); 2»» /« 4 / 

Sw tin. Sidney, and iiiiuther. for Perjury, 

15 /;h € 

Swarton. Anne, for Stenliip, 10 / 3/ 

Swift. Geo., for Sacrilei^e. U ; lo r 

Syke8, Kwilin. And utburii, fur Stealinj,', 15 

IH 4 / -2i M 3 / 

Symes, Cilwin, and others, for Adulteratioii. 

11 M \:\h 

'^albjit. B.J. for Attempted Suicide. 10/4 c 

Tinlli. G. H., for JlViiud. ir. m i3 /. 

Tayl'jr, lilduMi, fur Eiiibczzlunient. 4 /'8/— 

12/4/1 

Tennant. C\mn,. for Stejdinjj. 13/10 / 

for Wdfiil Dauia^'e. <• / jo r 

Tharby. Alice A., tor Attempting to l*oi?on, 

1 M :t / — IM /« 14 // — is M 14 n —il m li a 

The^ibald. (\ A. for Fniutl. 2i» / 4 « 

Thomas, J, K., for Adulteration, 1 1 /4 a — 

l.s m + n 

'1 liompson, Geo., for Attemp'ed Burglary, 

, 2-2 / 4 / 

JameK. for Burgliry, \ / 10 A 

Thomas, for.Bigamv. fi / 4 o 

VV. J., for Stealing.* 1 7 M» A — 18 / 3 /* 

for IJiilHwful Possession. 10 / 3 / 



Wm.. for Wilful DaiiiMire, 10 / 3 / 



']*horrork. Henry, for Kmbe/^l-imeiit IfXOh 

. Tippult, Joseph, for a New C^onuertina, 13 

tl 'I 
Ttmge. Jas.. jun.. for Man-liinjfhti'r, 14?(>« 

Topping, AU'X., ft)r Smuggling, 6/ 10 r— 8 

/ 4« 

Tonssaint. Dorato, for Attempted Murder. 

•2.i /// 4./ 

To%-ey, Henry, and another, for Assault, 13 

;4 d 

- Tradesmen, for Advicj about the Rioters 
Damage. 13./ 7 ri— lo / 7 t/ — \ti / 7 c 

1 raganuilis. Geor::io. for Lunacy. 3 / 4 / 

'I'ravis. John and liza I'latt, for Murder, 

lo / « a — 2o / 10,-4 m .') e 

Trijrjfs, James, and another, for Fraud, 4 / 

8/-t>irt IH /— I'O IH 14 a 

Trott, Frank, and others, for Stealing. 29 

mSe 

— Tubb Joseph, for Biirjilary. 874a 

Turnbull. VV'ni.. for Man.HlKUKhter. 6 ;l 8 / 

Turner. Jose|>h, for Stealing. 24 / 3 e 

Twenty- Three Men. for Riot. 7 / 4 / 

Twig, A. P.. and another, for Throwing 

StoneH. i*nn \ d 

- Undcrw(M>d. Jamt'S. for Burglary. 13/10 /' 
Jiihn, for Mitsdemeanour. 13 / 4 // 

— Varley, John, and others, for Smuggling. 4 
;4c 

- Victoria l/cxlge of the Improves! Indefiend- 
ent Order of OtldtVllows, Secretary of, for 
Misdemeanour, (> y 3 /' 

^igoe, Jas.. for Assault, 27 m B a 

' Vogi, Bernhardt, for Manslaughter, 18) 4c 



Police (rontinned). 

Votinr, Wm , for A«»a'i!t, 9 f i e 

Wair-'tjiff**. — , for Murder. 12 w* II h 

Walken-'IiJiw, .lenrv. for Sniiiirgling. 2(?/'4 A 

— VViilli^. li. K. A. for Krnud. a 1 3 «— 7 ; 3 / 

Wan.lly. Wm. for Libi»l. Hi m 12 /* 

— WmhI .Mderiuan, Mayor of Grantham, for 
Illegal Votinjr. *J / « / 

Wm. for Stealing. 10 /■« e 

Warman Jtihn, for Wilt'ul l)nmng<». 10/6// 

Warwick, James, for Cruelty to a Horse, 14 



; 13 r 

Water Companies, for Misdemeanour. 4 f 

4 „_1 1 / 3 /-vfj / 4 ,/_27 / •» h 

Waterfleld, Geo., for Assault, 10 / 3 «— 18 

/8/ 

Wiitermnn Albert and Mary Ann. for Man- 

alauKhter. 21 ; 4 / — 4 ' 4 « — 18 / 4 /" 

V\atrton, Henry, and others, for Burglary, 

23 / III 't 

Webb, J. R., and another, for Burglary, 6 

/■lO f> 

John, and another, for Burglary, 20/ 1 1 

e— 2<i / 4/' 
Wegener, U. A., for Embezzlement, 1/10 6 

—974s 

Welden, Ernest, for Furious Driving, 10 

m 5 / 

Wells, Robt.. for Wou iding. 23 /"B « 

Wm., for Sending Bad Meat to Market, 



4 w !3a 

- Welfh. Geo., for Assnnlt. 5 /' 4 a 

Whartcm. Hugh, for Possessing a Ferocious 

Dog I /A 3 / 

- Whife. — . for Misdemeanour, 21 y 4 /" 
Geo., for Felony, 14 i 13 r 

Su.nan. and another, for Receiving Stolen 

Property. 18 > 4 </ 

VVhitehouse John, and another, for Embez- 

clement, 11 m 13 «/ 

Whiteman. John, for Wilful Damage, 10/" 

6 </- 1 1 / « 

W. for Non-payment of Rates. 27 m 0/ 

Why. Geo., for BurKlary. 22 /m 10/ 

- Widowson, J. W.. for SteHlin/, 9 j 4 « 

Willninis. t\ S. St. B., for Criminal Act Of- 
fence. 23 M in / 

Geo., for Fraud. 18; 4 ^ 

James for Stealing. 2:) /8 f 

xMary A., for linlawful Possession, 20 m 



14 o 



Williamson. Col., for Assault. 18 7 10 cf 
Wil-on. Kllen for Smu^jgling. 2 /'4 c 

- (>iO. for Kndaimeiing rram;), 26 / 9 /" 

lor Wilful DaniHge. 23 / 3 e 



Samuel, and another, for Begging. 13 /7 <f 

Wiiham. Chas., for Misdemeanour. 8j4a 

a Woman, for Advice, 6^3 /— 1 /' 4 a— 18 

/lO /— 13 /« U a 

Women, for .stealing. 25 ; 4 6 

- Wood, Kdsrar. for Adulteration. 18 m 4 a 
J. H.. for I )ebior8 Act Ofifer.ce, 2 ; 1 1 / 

Wm., for Attempted Fraud, 18 m 3 /-25 



m 12 h 
Woodhouse, James, and another, for Vn^ 

lawful Possession, 12; 8/ 

John, for Stealing, 7; 8/ 

85 



PoJ 



PALMKU'S INDKX TO ** THE TIMES** NKWSPAI'ER. 



[Jan I to 



Police (rontinue'f). 

Wron, .Jaiih'S for AS'Janlt, !fi ? 12 r 

Wri^iu, .lo.*i»ih for AdultorHtioii '-'4 fie 

I hos.. for AtU'inptin^ to Steal. 22 ui 4 / 

- - VVyiiit, John, for Ua|H% 5 n + / 

Yewer. Jhiuus, for Nuii-i»;iyinent of Cab 

Fare \0 / 'd f 

Young, Mary, for Cutting and Wounditig, 

30 , 4 / 

Wrn.. for Stealing, 26 m 4 / 

Youiig8. Kliz. for SicTiling. A j A d 

Youngson. K ha^.. for Kraml, 10 f d e 

Police and the Country, 2«) / 14 f> 

and Kleciioii Meeting!*. 5 ;' 9 / 

Col. Ilendersoii'8 Last Order, 24 / 10 c/ 

— Index to thti Folice Foice of the British 
Empire 20 ; 1 1 e 
. — Notes on. 13 wi 4 e— 18 w 10 e 

Retirement of Mr. U. Walker, 8 m 7 e 

Polish Question, (>/;"» c— 23 / 5 6 
Political iS«)yc«iitiiig. 15 / 7 h 

Keononiy and Outdoor Helicf, 15 / 18 '> 

Organizations — Northampton and IJri^^'iton, 

11/ 3 f/ 

Central Organizations — Eleventh and Final 

Article, 8y 13 a 

vJiiuation. 31 /n 8 /* 

in Enghind. 18 w 5 6 

Notts on. 2 ; 7 / — 4 //i 12 r/ 



8 /« C / 



Pollock (Usiroi) Health of. U f \) f 

Pollution of Kivers. 7 y 12 h-^o i 4 r— 6 / « c 

Poole (K. iS.) LeclUie on the iJuried Biblical 

Cilie.** of Et:ypt, 10 m lo /' 
Poor Law Ue|>o.t. Uepiint of the Fi'St. 15/4 h 
Poplar, the Irish Meuibeis of Parliament at, 4 

m 5 e 
Population, Increase of, in the European States, 

2 m U / 
Porter (Kev. Dr.) on the Suspension of the Hev. 

J. H. Cox. \\i ; 12 r 
PorJhuiouth. Openijig of tlie High Schools for 

Girls at. by the PtiuCi-ss Louise. 5/76 
POKTUGALi- 
( rnwn i'rince, Movements of, 11) ; 5> / 

Debt, 4y6« 

ai.d (ifiniany, 7 / 6 ^ 

tlu- King Opens ihe Cortes. 4 / fi e 

L'gii-laiivc l*r(M*ee(Iii»vjs, -(> / M f 

MiniMerial I han-is (m, 20 / be— '12 J (I J— 

23 / M) a 

Mi.«-ct 11)1!. cons News. 2l) //» G r 

Hnyal .Ms.rriage. 13 / ."» e 

l*o8ili\jst >»a:iety, Mr. Harrison's New Year's 

AtldresK, 'J / 7 e 
Piisen. New Archbishop of. 2'.> / (5 h 
I'ost Offirc on Ibink holidays. 10 ; \) f 

1 aid. the Adventures of a. 7 m f > <? 

Notes on. 7 / i» /-30/ H^— I f 7 f- II /"IS^t 

- — Noticvb about Taking Parcels to the Weight 
of 71b.. I 7 w* i) c^ 25 /« 3 /— 2y m ti r 

to Bolivia, 18 m 3 « 

Notices. '.♦ / J> /-I9 /"lO e~25 in \\ d 

•^— pHiliamentary Keturns on Savings Bank?, 

24 M 1 1 h 

Servants, Note on Distressed, 18; f» / 

Postage. Universal Penny, 4 »i 10 /* 
Postal Convention with Egypt, 5 / 9 / 



Postal Order Frauds. 7 / 7 r/— 18 / 13 r/ 

Curiositv- the Anienciin Mails. IH « 10 / 

Servi(!c of the United States, 2 ; 9,/" 

to France. G /G r- 8/9/ 

Unio.i between Great Britain and the 

Australian Colonies. \ f 6 f* 
Note on, 3/(5 f 



Postmen. Note on Our Rural 4 «i fi /— 22 m 9 f 

and Tips. 1 / G /' - U / 7 6 

l*otfer ( ieo. ^ on r^:ib.)ur ani Waires, 29 / 13 c 
I'oiilftt (!^arl)and Vi.'^coiinl llinion. 19 tn 14 a 
Power ( f. D.) the i\ififres and Intoxicating 

Drink. 2i> / Id / 
Pratt (K.) on the Murder of Kdw. Allen, 30/ 10/" 
Preacher* for the Momh. 2 / 5 e 

for To-mono w, 2 f 10 /— 9 / 5 e— 1<> » 7 e- 

23 1 8 t— 30 / ti cZ-t; / t; «- 1 3 / 7 /■— 20 / 9 / - 
27 /■|3 c-«/« 12 c/~13 m 12«— 20/m II /— 27 
»i 12 /' 

Prjeval?4ky (Col ) Lecture at Moscow, on his 
Journey in Tibet. 8 / « a 

Notice about. 9 / 9 / 

Return fioni his Expeilition to Mongolia. 3 

/ 5 '/ — 1 3 / 5 // 

PRZSS PROSECUTIONS : - 

the G'o f. -J.t I 3 /' 

Kutyr Pitznnns i. for Libel 13 / 5 d 

the P*/// .1/ '// Gazette, 1 1 w 3 d 

Pun h 23 / 3 '. 

-— the W^eklif E ho. 27; 3 /' 

Prcst'-iiry Church. ( hv hhire, Ifestoration of, 18 

I W h 

Preston 'F.' on the Soft Rayontt Scare 27 f\ h 

Cotton Spinning and Manufacturing Com- 
pany, 1 1 / 1 1 r 

Price's Patent (handle Company, 2 /" 1 1 «/— 10 w 

I I A— •>2 /Mil/ 

Piideau.x (Helen) Meinoritd Fund. 22 / 6 e 
Priinrose League. Aimual Meeting of the 
Gli»d:K-lh Habitation. 3*) m 8 v 

aid Dr. I>ag.-haw. 31 w* 8 h 

I'irst Annual Dinner of the Wimborne 

Hab.l.-ition of at St. James's Hall. 9 m 8 b 

and I'anlinal .Mannii y, 22 m 9 / 

and 'be Koin-in Cntbolic.'j IS *« 4 /" 

Piinces lioiil ami Iv-'tatc Company. 27 /"IS 6 
Privy Council Ca.«cs. v^«^ 'ivil Actions 

New McnilH-rs, IJ> 9 / ~-J(i / 10 i — fi / 9 / 

— III/ II a-\i\( 10/1-20 / 12 r/— !3 »« 13 c 
Probyn-Nevii's (W. ) Mr. Gladstone on the Papal 

(jitt of iM'l.Mid lo l".nj,d:»nd. o / 8 h 

- OM the ."south K»Mi*in;»ton Mnsfurn. 2 / 13 a 
Proiter (1. M.; Op,.Mi Spaci s tor the Public, 5 

/ 3 r 
Ptou(Mi'»n. Xoie on. 8 / 4 d 
PrtivMlcnt Aw.sjiciaiion of Warehou.«emen, Tra- 

vi ili-rs Miid Clerkv. Annual Keport. 17 / -l / 

- ( kiks' Mutual Life A s.surance Association, 

I J< / 1 1 ^ 

- Life Office. 27/ 12 A 

Provineijil Stock E.x<hanges. see earh day's paper 

Insurance (NmipMny. 25 /Mr/ 

Public Income and Kxpenditure. 6 i II </— IS; 

I I e— 2U / 13 tt~-27 ; 12 e—'d / 1 1 /?— 10 /4a 

— 17 / lot— 24 / 11 e— 3/1/ ll'tZ—lO w 4a-17 
m II rf-24 *// II r-2« mi 1 1 A 

Works and Contract Company, i j II b 



Blarchal, )886.) 



PALMER 8 INIUX TO " THK TIKR8 NEWSPAPER. 



B4ii 



Tutney Sew Ur'idge, \2 i G f 

Q. 

Qnnrantine In Tiirkpy. 4 i fy e--t4 / 6 r 

Qtinrrifii Iiii«fH*ctHin of. II tu n li 

Qanriti-h (B.) uii -Tlin'e Acrc^ and a Cow," 5 

Qunrter S«'»!«ioi)ii Rorou;fli Hii, \b i a f 
Quefii Aniu**« Hminty ih m H c 

Stti(U<' >iml Mr. WvU, I'.l *H W tf 

Sii.rrt|..p.iftt.r. ShIv of. ait CliriHtiefl 3) / 11 « 

Q If eiiV lldii'l. (MifltiMilniii. I / tl r 

— ll>irri);;:iU' 'Hi /lit* 
(^■u*eii^l}iii«l -Dei'eiiue i»f the Pltnters, Xote on, 

iind New Giiinon, S ; 13 a 

Northern and ihe liuhour Trafflc. 2) / 7/ 

l»i*Vi»nue Keturns. 15 / 5 « 

Separaiion lA*:i;;iie .Meerin;^ of, Ifi »•.♦/* 

of Northern. 7 f \ u -2:» / la </-i f U d 

— 4/8r- G / 7 r— 10 / 4 ci 

R. 
Rftdcl.vffe (O. W.) the Turner Drtwings at the 

1{t)y:il Academy, 2 > / 4 « 
lijidiior (I'larl of) tuitl ihe Klection. 3 / 5 « 

an<i Mr. Fuller i\ f A tl 

Rad^tcMik (l<ord< on Church Uffina. n t i f 
Kae (loh •) Greel^'ji i hrce Years of Arctic 

ServKv. o m I •*• c 
Ra^'ged .-^chool Union, the Qiieen*« Donaiiun to, 

2 / « // 
Railway Accidents, itee Accidents— Railway 

lihie liiMik o:!, 2H lu ^ u 

- Attempt to Wri'ck a Train, near Leigh 
Station. '2J in 7 il 

^— lienexd.nt Institution Krport. 2 / 9 /' 

Hexh'V Heath KinU-ay Hill, ii> in 5 r 

Itdl for a Kadway liettveon l«i.<»towell and 

Bally bunion. 12 / fi / 

Bluck on the MelrnjMditini I^i^trict, In j 13 A 

on the lliifhi md, 3 i / M f 

Brici>h Uunntih und South Weft (^hina, 18 

and t'anaN Bill. 25 mid- yfi m 10 /i 

the I^nidon :niil South \Ve<>ti'rn Uaihvny 



rircular on 27 /« !4 / 

!>( putiiiiiin to Mr. Mnndi Ua on. HI m 1(»« 

iMeeiiii); abou', 'M «« m / 

Midland Unilway ('iicular on. 2'i m 7 h 

Nurh Isatttern Railway i'iri;ulir on, 29 



M 7 c 

— — Notes on. 27 » 4 h—iMt ,m H f, 

— Continental Arran^iniei t*. 4 H» « 

— - Cuiiveyaiice of K.fh by. I'ariiamentnry 

Paper on .(> «m •• n 
«— CoHt of Kn^lii^h. 2 in 4 '' 

a Dan^enHiM Taii^entfei, \ fH h 

— I>eWiituiv Tru»t Cunipaity, 2iJ ; II (?-8/ 
II d 

Acrosp the Dee. 12 ; « fc 

Drliiys on. 2n / ii ♦» 

- — Diverrion of the Spey. 27 / 5 '* 

— Dynamite Outra^^e At tempi ed at llasselt 
Station 2(i w •'} b 

ti eat KaKtern. Tiiriflf Ch:ir«;e% 'llfT>f 

-— luvestuieul Coui;ainy, 4 4ii 11 r— 27 w 13 c 



Railway Grent Western, and ICIectric Light 
Nui-'anco. H /' i;t » 

m»il the Board of Trnde. K m G f 

MHOii^i'm. Mt. 2'» m '^ *> 

(iticvance. Meeting at Brickl lyers* Hall on, 



4 /Hr 
!ii*np from M Train. Beninrkahle. of a Young 

(liil, nt ^hl'pherd^<« \V«'ll 1 unnel. t> m 12 <i 
Liuh \\\\x of t'arriaue8. 9 m 12 h 

Meri«*'v 'I unnel. Opening of, by tho Prince 

of \V:d..s 'i' ^7 d 

- Notice Hbimt. 2ti / 12 A 

I'a«s«*n!ier»* Asf>iir.ince Company. ♦ w II e 

I'roiectitjn Association. An.iual Meeting, 

2H lo / 

Kate* in Anieri -a, I /"M r—2 / hf 

and Charge*. 23 ; M) r 

Deputation to the Bosird of Trade on, 22 



/ 3 d 

— K.d Tapisni 9)11// 

— Beifuliition Bill 12 m 8 //— 15 »" G c 
— - B(dli. g SttH'k (%m»p«ny. 27 j 12 r 

— Safety <\iiipliiig4. 21 ill d-iO m 11 d 
and Eco'iouiy. 3^4/" 



Share Trust Company. 20 ; 1 1 r -8 / II i 

Suhurhan. for NoMiiighatii. 9 / 10« 

- Snrini Thm. 2 ^ 4 « 

- TrHin de Luxe. Note on, 11 n 9 /* 
EAfLVAYS - 

Aihroaih and Forfar. 23 m \\ d 

Biiliia and San Franci<<co. 2(i m II h St e 

— 1 Bedford 'ind Nt)rtliam|itoi, 1 1 mi 1 1 f 

Bilbao River and Cantabrian, 4 «n 1 1 c— 8 m 

II f 

Bolan. 12 nt 13 r 

Bncon «nd Mer hyr. 9 /* 1 1 r— 22 /lid 

- Brijrhton and D^ke. 2 / 1 1 </ 

Bri-tol Port. I /w 12 n 

ButntM A,vri*4 Northern. \h m 11 A 

a -id I'aeiflc. 18 m 1 1 d 

Buffalo and Lake Huron, 1 / 11 t 

Cnleilonian. l3 m V6f 

Cumbrian. 2:i I \\ h' 

- Cana ian Pacific. « / 7 «-G / 9 r— 8 /lid 
Central .Arijentine. 1 / 8 */ 

(^leator and Wolverhampton Junction, 25 f 

11 r 

Cockermouth. Keswick and Penrith, 23 / 

11 &-I w I2«i 

Coude d'Ku. 3) w 1 1 ^ 

Congo. « ) tJ e-2l / C /* 

Ci.rn^all. (J #« 13 r 

Didcot. Newbury and Southampton. 23 / 11 

</_ I II, 1 2 ri 

Donna Thereza Christina. 8 w lie 

DuMin and Meith. 2() / II r 

DunalHTg and Witep-k, 31 mile 

- KaiMt Indiriu. (> ; i 1 tf 
London. 25 / II a^SOj 11 e 



Eastern. !.'> m 5 r 

and Midlands. 31 m II r 

Forth Bridge, 17 / 9 / 

Fnniess. II / II r -lo / 11 r/-?0 f\\ r 

Glasigow and South We^iicrii, 8 m 11/— 17 

m 1 1 r 

Great F.nntern. 19 j' 1 1 r— 21 ; 1 1 (;-30/ II c 

North of bcutliiod, U «i il ^ 



Sai 



palmer's index to " THE TIUIC8 *' NKWSPAPKB. 



[Jan. I i<y 



Bailwa]^^ (continued), 

(irfHl Nurtlierii. 25 j 11 6—4 /" 11 <y— 8 / 

II «-l3./ II c 
and Western of Ireland, \5 f W d 

WeHtern 4 / II r-6 / II c— 12 /Wo 

and Souihorn. (if 11 d 

- Hudson Bay. 17 w/ 6 d 

Hull jind Barnsley, 22 f \\ d 

and Went Hidiiif; Juiiciion. 16/ 11 c 



17 / 



— Huiitttauion and West Nurfolk, 13 J 11 d 

— lllinoia Central. 21 ) 6 / 

— Indian Midland, 9 ; 1 1 d 

— Ihleof Wi-lit, 22 / \l d 

— Jersey. 13 ; 1 1 h 

— Kington and Kardinley, 22/11 d 

— Lancusliiru and Yorkshire, 25 ; 11 d—4j 
II c-II / II r 

— Lima. 30 ; 1 1 rf 

— Liverpool. Souihport and Preston, 8 / 1 1 «/ 

— Loudtin, iirightou and South (^oast. 14/11 
tf— 1« ; I I A i^ r/ - 28 / 11 e—2o /wile/ 

nmlham and Dover, 6/11 c — 13 /'lie 

Tilbury and Southend, '\5j 1 1 rf— 22 ; 1 1 

«— 29 ; II <• 

and Blackball. 29 ; 11 rf 

and Greenwich 14 i 11 d 

and North Western, 5/11 i - 10 / 12 f— 
II #•-:!(» »M n /' 

and South Western, 21 j 1 1 c-19 ; 1 1 

— ft I \\ e 

Lyons-Geneva P«ii f o th^ Pe man U' way 

Carried a wa\ by ihe MotMla 3/6e 

Manchester, Shi tlield and Lincolushire. 16 

; II //— 21 7 II '— 2.S lie 

Manitoba and 84. u h Western, 17 / 5 rf 

Maryport and ('ardale. 2/11 r— 9 / II <r 

^ Mersey, 16 j 7 /— 2 / 10 6—23 / II 6- 27 / 

n c 

Mersina-Tarsu:$-adan.v Ope lingof, 28 ; 6,/ 

Metropolitan, 12 / i 1 </— 10 / 11 </— 23 / 11 

A— 25 M 1 1 r 
^^^ District. 11 / ! I r— 1 6 / 1 1 c 

Midlind. 16; 11 cf— 6/11 r -13/ II c— 20 

V 11 r 

-— Great Western of Ireland, 24/ We 

— - Milford. 26 /Mr 

— —- Nass'jo-O^JCiirPchatnu 26 /' II e 

— — New Vork (Antral and Hudson River. 24 

/ 1 1 r 

'■■ Klevated. 7 / n »• — 8 / 5 /i— 9 / 5 A 

■ Ontario and Western 13 lu 13 / 
Pennsylvania and Ohio. 20 m 13<7— 30 7i 

M h 
- — North Britisih. 1 1 w 1 1 i~I9 « 1 1 « 

. Knsteni. 22 ; 1 1 e- 30 ; 1 1 r/— 6 / 1 1 i» 

London. 4/llc-ll/ll(?-l9/lIrf 

Staffonlshire 30 ; 1 1 )/— « / 1 1 1 

- and South Western June-' ion. 13? U d 

- - Northern Colonies of Santa Fe, 19 m 1 1 « 
Noitinghani >uburbiin. 2 t 1 o 

Oregon and (?alifurniiin. 16 / lie/ 

Oltoiiian. 24 m 1 1 s— 31 m 11 c 

IVniirih, 15 / \\ d 

Penn«ylva .ian. 2 m 5 a 

Pliil'idelphia and lieadinfif, 8 ? 5 e — 13 f h r 

—25 / 10 /— l;i m 7 '/— 17 »i b d— 18 Mi 5 6--24 
W b t — 25 'M 5 € — 26 m 5 / 



Bail ways (roniinued). 

Preston and Wyre. \5 m 7 d 

Quebec Central. 9 / 1 1 r 

Uhyraney, I / 11 1 — 9 / 11 <t-22 / U rf— 22 

mils 

l?hvnmey, 15 /9e 

Kohilkund and Kiimaon. 2/116 

HO'S and Monmouth. 15/11 d 

Sambre and Meu«e, 9 im 1 1 5 —15 w II 6 

San Paulo Brazilian 2i> w 1 1 r 

- St. Louis Bridife and Tunnel. 6 / 11 rf 

Scarborough and Whitby. I m I2ci— 8111 11 c 

Scinde, Punjiub aud Delhi. 25 / U <?— 2/ 

II e 

Severn Tunnel, 11/10 5 

and Wye and Severn Bridge, 22 /" 1 1 rf— 

1 tit 12a 

Sidmouth, 22 /" 1 1 rf 

South Ka^tern. 15/ IM -22/11 «— 29> 11 

d-9A)M 13 r 

Pennsylvanian. 16 / 6 r 

Southern Mahratta, 16y 11 5—4 mile 

Southwold, 29 /all/ 

State of Shares in Companies, sss eaer g 

dfiy*M pofter 

Suakin and Berber. 29 w 1 1 f 

Submarine Continental, 15 i II d 

Taflf Vale, 80 / 1 1 r— 2 / 1 1 r -I I / 11 c 

TrafBc lietums. Bte ectry dn^/'s paper 

-- Tran Caspian. 6 /4 /-'iH / 'l3'f-26 m 5 • 

Transcontinental. 19 /" 10 —20/ 5 d 

— West Lancashire, 3 / 1 1 </ 
Western of France, 24 / 5 5 



Witney. 17 >»» 1 1 *• 

Worcester, Bromvard and Leominster, 2'^ 

w 1 1 / 

Wrexham, Mold and Connah's Quay, 1 m 12 a 

Ranelsfzh (Lord) Proposed Memorial to, 9 ;4 f— 
]S ftir 

Kanken (W. B.) on Convicts* Children, 8 / 3 «: 

Keade (J. C.) on Sir Chaa. Dilke and his Constit- 
uents, 15 IN 9 f 

Reason and Authority in Politics, 1 1 y 18 c— 13 
/9^ 

Record Office. 15/6 /' 

Redgrave vO. R.) Disposal of London Sewers, 6 

m d 

Redwood (Dr.) Testimoinal Fund. 21 712 c 
Iteed (E. .1.) on the CardifiT Election, 2 m 10/ 

— on the I^i^h Quostit n, 11/76 
Reform of the Government, 15 / 4 / 

- t lub. New Members. 8/9 /— 3 m9 f 
Reliance VI arine Insurance Company. 14 / 11 h 
IMiif Work>*, 12/ 12tf 

Reli^'oui Equality, Meeting at Cannon Street 

Hotel of the Friends of, 25 / 10 / 

Tract Society. 6 / 9 / 

Renier (Archduke) Collection of Papyri, ftc^ 

Bouulit by Herr Graf and taken to Austria, 14 

f 5 /- 30 m5 d 
Rents, Abatements, I / 8 6—2 » 6 e— 4 / 8 c— 6 / 

lOs-9 , 5/-I2/ 12c-14i 10/— 19/6(i— 26 

/ 10 /•— 28 / 12 6—30 / 5 /— I / 1 1 c-4y 7 c— 

15 / 6 6—22/ 10 «— 6 w 12 s 
Resurfacing WcmkI Paving, 7> 5 / 
Itetrenchme <t Ni>re tm. 15 / 4 c 
Keiurmug Officers^ Chatges, 13/ 12 a 



March 31, lb86.] 



palsier's index to *'tre times" newspaper. 



Bay 



Revenue lieturns, I j 10 a 

REVIEWS :— 

Alfordp Lady M., Needlework as Art, 5 rji 

Ainiers Journal. 27 w 6/ 

" Art Ko. ks, 20 ;m o <f 

Hadinintun Library. 22 ; 18 c 

^— Uaine«, Thomas. Qreeiihouie and Stove 
Plana. 29 ;3/i 

Baker, Thus., a Battlinic Life. W j A d 

Ki«Hcuii.*>fiul<J. Lord. Corrvupondence with 

his SiMer, li» ; 5 /— 20 / 8 ^ 

Beaufort, Duke of. Hunting. 22 ; 18 e 

Honibny Directory. 1(1 / i> A 

- — Hond. Tliotiias, History and Descriptou of 
Co)fe<'s8iIe. K 14/' 

Books of ilifprfncc. 5 ; 8 e— 12 ; « rf-l6i 

9 #—20; 4 /-2Ji;7<i-2«/ /— 19 w 4 6-26 
m 4 0—27 nt^e 

British Dairy Farming, 4 j 8 r 

Navy. 29 ; 8 a 



Ilruiittin. Dr. T. A., Text-Book of Pharma- 
cology, Therapeutics, and Materia Medica, 7 
/ lo6 

Burke's Peerage and Baronetage for 1886, 

II / 7</ 

- Burnaby, Col. Lifv and Times of. 4 ; 8 <? 

Burton, Msjor-Gen. liemiuicences of Sport 

In India. 29 ; 3 a 

Butter. ICdw., for Good Consideration, 29 

;3^ 

( hoImondfley-Pcnnell. H.. Fiphing, 22 / 11 c 

( hurih. A. H.. English Porcelain. 29 j 4 h 

City of London Directory. CoUingridges, 19 

m 4 6 
( 'oniinercial Publications. 25 / 1 1 »• 

Dicey, A. V., on the English Constitution, 

8/rt .1 

- Dotl's Parliamentary Companion, 80/ 12 b 
Peerage. 7 / G A 

Dolby. George. Charles Dickens as I knew 

him. 29 / 8 a 

Dorville, J. W. Cruising in Many Waters, 4 



J 3^/ 

Kdiot, Geo.. Poetry and other Studies 4;8c 

Kwald. A. C„ Studied Historical Sketches 

from Original Sources. 1 1 i 4 ft 

-! — Festherman, Social History of the Races of 

Mnnkind. A i H e. 

Foreign Office List for 1886, 26 / 8 6 

— — Friedenhof. Baron O. Von., on Explosions 

in Mines 3 f oe 
Froude. J; A., Oceana, or England and her 

C6!oiiies. 13 ; 8 a 

— (>nlron, Arthur. Urbana Scripta, 4 ; 3 </ 

— - Gillmore, Parker, the Auiphibion*s Voyage, 
11 ; 4 ^ 

Gordon, Gen., Prifate Diary of his Exploits 

In China, 4 ; 8 /r 

— Greely, Mnjir, Three Years of Arctic 23 

/4r 

. - ■ Note on. 5 m 18 e 

— Harris. Stanley, the Coaching Age, 29 / 8 6 

IUa'«trated Gift Books. 2 7 12 b 

Index to Th€ vHm^s Newspaper, 29 ; 9 /— 

-16/4 0— 22m 4/ 
. ^flidSa CifU and MUltaty List 1886, 3 m 4 <f 



Beviewa [continued), 

liuifS Emily, the Chersonese with the 

GiKling off. 29 1 3 A 
Lt.-l'ol., Hi'itory of the Bengal European 

Regiment. 8 / 14 /< 

Ireland Pam- hiets on. 4 / 6 / 

umler the Tudors. by R. BsBTwell. 9 f}Hr. 



Johnson. Mnjor, on the Track of the Cres- 
cent. 1 1 / 4 d 

Johnson*s Maps. 2n m 1 1 r/ 

Journal of Mary Frampton. 29 / 3 o 

I^n Ijettres et les Arts. IH / 9 / 

r.ieslie. Bev. J. R.. Life and Writings of 

(diaries Leslie. 29 ; 3 a 

Literature of \<>iiypt and the Soudan, by H. 

H. Prince ibrnhim Hilniy. 19 / 12 it 

LUiyd. c:apt. L.. Kield Sports of the North 

of Europe. 4 / 3 # 

Mairland. F. W. Justice and Police, 1 1 ; 4 a 

MHJc'nty of Ijondon. I / 9 / 

Narrtitive«i i»f .Sct>tti»h Cafhiilics. 23 / 8 a 

New Kns<liFh Dictionary, 12 m 13 a 

French Works. 2iJ in o a 

Novels. 8 / 14 i — lo/l3/i-l M A — 13 r/i4rf 

O't'ormor, T. P., the Parnell Movements, 

29; iSrr 

Official Year B<x>k of the Church of England, 

20 w 4 / 
Othmar, by Ouida. 11 i S d 

Pttliner*d linlex lo Thf! 7\/«m Newspaper, 29 

; I) / — Hi / 4 „ -22 m 4 / 

-^ Beclus, Klisee, Nouvelle Geo'.;raphie Uni- 

verKelle. 13 m 4 e 
iiiclmrds, J. B., the Duke*s .Marriage. 19 

m 4 r 

Rowbotham, F. J., a Trip to Prairie Land. 

4 / 3 / 

^chUemann, Dr. II.. Tiryns, 13/ 13 « 

Serinoutt. 2t^ i 1 3 a 

^ha^ll, A. I . Fortune's Wheel. 19 / 13 q 

Social Order in Ireland under tlie National 

League. 27 m 8 a 

>oeiulism of To- Day, A f 3 d 

S|>urue.»n. Rev. C, 11., the Treasury of 

David. 4 / I3e 

Statesman's Year Book 1 7 »n 4 3 

Slfvenj«im. K. L., Stninge Case of I^r. 

Jekyli Hnd Mr. Hyde, 'i:* / 13 3 
Swinburne, A. C. a Study of Victor Huxq, 

G irt 1 5 « 
Thour« Iri*h Direet.»ry for 1. 8^;. 10 / 6 / 

Thi>rnton. P. M.. Harrow School and ita 

Suirotindint{!«. 4 3 </ 

Timayeniii. T. T., Greece in the Time pf 

Homer. 1 1 ; 4 // 
Travers L'Empire Bri'annique, 13 ai 13 <| 

WhuK'SS. Thomas. Life of , 4 ; 3 ci 

VN heie t'hinese Drive. 1 1 » 4 « 

Widiams, W. M., thei hemistry of Cookery, 

11 ;4« 

Written to Order, 1 1 j 4 « 

Year's Art. 12 /6</ 

York. S., Ways of *Vomen, 4 ; 8 d 

itef aUo Hooks 

Reynolds (G. K.) on the Farmers* Co-operalire 

Society, II / i 3 / 
ReytioldH (II. R.) on lioad Itepairs, 8 ; 14 e--29 



IM * 



RQ 



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PAr.HKK'S INDKX TO " TIIK TlltE8 NBWSPAPKB. 



[Jan. 1 to 



l^hea M«nufacturin» ronipanv. 12 ? 11 *» 
KibblP8(hiic ^Lurd) un Mr. Oliidsiune aiul Ireland, 

Hicanio and Woodroffe. on thf London and Soulh 

\Ve>leni Hiiilwav. :»n m 1 1 h 
Bice (Vop of Hurtnah 2H / K / 
KiuhArd.4 (E. M.) \\\A\ LoyaliKtsi and Local 

GoTernnient, (i ; \\\ a 
Rio iW Janeiro City luiproveinenti Company, 2j 

Riot at I Tie Wf$t Knd se Ukkhploted 
Ki'pon. IVepiiru:ioiiR for CfieUixtinx llie I.OOOih 
A'^nivi*r»!ary of the Incorporation of, 27 Jit 

laihedral. 5 j Mie 

-7-- (Lord; MovcukiiI* of, IJJy 10 d-5y 9 /"-D 

at Leede. 24 tn i) / 

- on ITi.ivernity Teaching, 6 / « 

River Hate Tiu^sc. Loan and Agency Company. 
Mm II /•~2;7 M 18 (/ 

Pollution, Meeting at the Mansion on, 1 1 

M in r 

Tliftmej* StewmUoat Ccrapany. II f \\ r 

Koad Kepain*. Notes on, 8 / 14 r - 9 ; 7 /"— ^i / 4 

RbblK'ry, Dating, from a Carrii'ge in Soho 

^quare li> / J) / 
-; — of Dianiofdi* in London, Extraordinary Ue- 

CO very of. i7 i** h 
-7 Arrmtii. 8i i«9/* 

- in n Kxprei'B 'IVain, the Mowenjrer Ki-lled 
and tlu' Safe (•nipiii'd near Joliet. ^h w 5 c 

of .S.(HM £ ai Naiitwich, n m lo /• 

Lobert.< (( lia^ ) a New Mart in Physiological 

h'esearcli. 14 / 4 /i 
Rol)eir8-Audten (Professor C.) Discourse on 

Metals 27 m 7 r 

Lectureon Ancient and Modern Metallurgy, 

ItJ '4 i/ 

RbhtrtMin (K.) the Scotch Vote and Mr. Fitday's 

Hill. 25 w 7 d 
Robins (K. (\) on the New Admiralty and War 

Offices. H w 8 a 
Robinson ( ir 11.) VTovmients of. f> -'i 6 « 

(J. (\) John Van E^ckat the Academy Old 

Maitters' Kxhiltitinn. 1 / 4 c 

— ; Lij^ht and Water (\>l.inrs. 2G n» 18 r 

— '• on OienniK the Kxh bition of National 

Art Treasures in the Kvening, i I m lu « 
RobHun and >ons 20/ II r 
Rochester Dioire.He. i4 / 9 / — 24 / i) /" 

(lip of) .Movenienitf of 15 i n f 

Rogers (l'iofes.H(i ) u.i thf Oi<<is 27 /a 12 c 

(\Vni.)oM Ku)n Kuil.lnigi. 2 ; 4 /' 

Roman ( a itiolic Church and ihe National League, 

8 / 8 r« 

- l'iies:hncKl and the Queen. 4 / 7«— 7 / loy* 

- and ihe Prayer for the Queen. 18 / 8 e 
Rom-ii) Catholics lx»>alty M. 28 / Me 
Ro-ebery ^ Lord ) N(H ice abt>at. 2'i i lU h 
-^- Kreeiloiu of Lin.idiuow OlTrr to, M ;h 8 b 
Roui]ed;:e (< '■, F.; on K>o i Kudlin^s, * i -^ t 

^-_ — (i«eo.) and >on8 i'onipet.ng l'utJli^be^8 of 

Ch ap L.ieraiure^ 22 w rj h 
Kyttb ( \. G. Copyii^Ut Li'Ki^Uiion. 30 m 5 6 



BOUMAKIA :~ 

A|H><*hituiiMits. 25 J 6 « 

CMhinet Crisis in \\i f n h 

Dntiex on Cereals. 18 ; 6 A 

Jndu>iiri:tl Kstabll^hlnent8. I87 6 b 

Jews and (iipsies in 5/4 '* 

— — Legi>laflve l'i-oit« edin^fs. M f 5 d 

Mi«cel la neons News, 4 / 5 d 

Tolicy t»f the tioverninent. 25 A 5 c 

-7— MuMiiing Tiials at. '8*5 ^—28 j 5 d 

Wach Monupiily Bill. 3 m 6 d 

RouiiK lia Flood.'* in. 18 ; 5 / 

New Year'i* Fetes in. Iti/G r 

I'rii ce Alexander Ohj -cts to a fire Years 

Governor.«'hi|» of. 16 /« 5 a— 17 tu nn 

— l{e^umplon of Railway Travelling in, 20 / 6 ef 

Uidon wih Bn'g.iria. IW . (i <• 

Royal Academy, VVright*H Pictures at, 11 ^' 3 e — 
15 J 6 / 

New Associates. 28 ; 9 /" 

John Van Kyck at. I / 4 «— 8/ 7 e 

Tui ner Drawings at. Note on, 25 ; 4 a 

of Music Appointment of Conductor- 
ship. I(» M H r 

Agricultural Society. Meeting, 6 / 18«— 4 

01 10 f 

AllHTt fla'l Concerts. 12 >' 5 « 

Koyal Vi^it to. H» / H> r 

-; — Aquariiiui Teirier Show at, II m 7 r 

and Summer and Winter Garden Society, 

11 /lie- 22 / lis 

Army C lotliing Factory, Meetingof Workers 

on th.t Keduciion of Waif'S ic, IS* «i 4 /" 

lioSanic : oei«*iy VLH'tin/, 1 1 » 8 r -2!t mdb 

I' xhibiiion of ^)irin Khiwer*. 26 w \'i b 



> Coll ^'e iif Uusic, 8cholai>lnps, 24 / 10 d-^ 
MO /w 5 e 

C*oIonial Institute. Meeting. 14 14/ 

pMpei« lit ad before. • I «# 5 /" 

- CoiiniieH Agiictiliiiral Soci»ty. 18 78 /i 

Mar llofpit.il. Ann lal .Meeting, l4/t»« 

Fxcli:inge .''hipDiiig Company, 2i) im 13^ — 

2li /•! 1 1 '/ 

Free llngpital Annual .Meeting. ^ fi d 

Geographi(»il Society, Award of Medals, 



24 / 7 / 

— Kxhihition of Ap]>Uances Us«'d in Geogra- 
piiicat Kduc'tien at tionti* aiv! Abroad. 7 1 I2e 
TaperM Uea 1 before !» /« H /i— 2ii m 8 ti 

— Ilorticnliural Society, Annual Meeting, 10 

J 10 " 

: — Soc'etv*s Sliow. 10 iM 8 // 

— lloitpiiarfor Diseases of the Chest. PrinceM 
Ilea trice at. li« w \i A 

— "o iseh..l I AppoiiitinL'n's. 6 » 7 fi— 2«> / 1 1 
/— 27 / II a -10 / 11 u -'.H /* 111 #1 — 17 / 12 a 
— 20/ \la-'*^f 12 n-S fit 12 u-8l ut lie 

- — Huiiiiiie So.'iefy AnnuurCo'irt. 18; Hid 
Rewards for .-avmg Life, 21 ./ 7 J- 22 f 



•I/- 25 m 8 b 
— - ln^tHute of Biitibh Architect* Meeting. 2 

/ft./ 

— Institution. Loittures. 2 7O a— 5 }8 ft— tf /9 

/_«> , 4 ./«iiy 4 ,/ I / 7s -:i / il /-8 / 66 

*&*/- h) / Kir — 15 /*»«-!» f 4 r/-22 /8« — 

22 / 7 </— 1 M U c— o m 6/— 6 m 10 <^— 22 <« 8 s 

— 27 w 7 # 



Uarch 31, 1886. j faliikr'b index to ^'thr times" newspaper. 



Et18 



Kojal Iii^iitntion. Meetlnjf. 2/5 «— 4 m 4 / 

A vnril of I he Actoi.iiiii Prize. 8 «, 1 1 </ 

— Literary Fuiiti, Annuitl Mtt'ting. 12 m 4 e— 

^— Liver Friemlly Society. 14 / <» 0_]5;7e 

— Hi * 7 A- 18/ lOi— 2 / 7 </--»/ 7 /•-4 / 10 // 

5—/ in ,/— i; /7h-8 / l2rt-»/ 7 e-IO / 7#y— 

II / 1-2 1^-12 / 7/#— 14 lid 2 / 10 /~8/ii5 

/— 8 Ml 7 « 

Ill^pector*t Report on tlie Mnnng ment of, 



lu Ml o a 

Notpfon. 9 / 7 /— 16 / 12 />- 17 / 6 c/ 

N'CrelMrv*8 StnieiiieiU. 27 w 4 e 

- Maminic Iniiiitution for Oiils, Quartsrly 
Courts. 11 ' 6 f/ 

for Ho,\8 Quartely Coirt, 12 ; 6 a 

Uenevoletit iiitfiiiutioii. Annual Fesiivnl, 



27y 6fc 

— - Meteoroloirieal Society Exhibition of 
Baronieurt or, 18 m H / 

Microflcopiciil Society, Annual Address, 16 

./ 4 / 
— >— Nationiil Life- Boat Insfitution, Annual 

Meetinj;, 22 /m 7 / 
" Awards. 8 / 7 /— 5 / 7 e 

DotiatiiinAto. H / 7/— 10 w 10/ 

'^— Meeting 8 / If 

— Servic«>8 in 1 885 2 / 3 « 

— ^k;luM»l «it Minert. pHpirs Kend before. 18 ^ 6/ 
^— ^cotiisli Acadi tnv. Kxbibiiion, 15/4 « 

— &>«,cieiyV Heliel Fund 22 / 1«) /i 

of Painters in W ator ('«»lours. Jfi m i> e 

— lor the Proitrction of Life from Fire, A- 
war<i8. i2 / ; f! 

— United ."^errice Intitu ion. f^^cturen, 10 / 7 r 
— 2h/(ic-(i/ Iu«-14 / 5y— 20y 6 c/— 27y 
126 

-; AniiUMl .Meeting 8 w 8 n 

~ — WesniiinsU'r Aquarium —Chrysanlhemum 

ShoH- ut 14/ li ii 
1?oze-MM|ili>son (VI.) Opera in Englard. 18 m 13 c 
Uumbold (L.) l/isire84 in Greece, i /m 8 6 
- — ;Mr II ) .1. d \1. Delyaimis. 22 / 4 A 
Russell (mfv h4'<.) at Hackney. 11/ lOA — IO/'IOr 

— iJinner to at the inner Temple Hail, 27 
J 7 e— 2J> m^r 

— — at the llolbom Itestaurant, 18 m 6 c 
■ Mote on 11/ 10 c 

_. — Notice about. 10 / 9/— 10 m\\ d 
Movement!! of, 11 / S» / 

i^G. VV. E.) Oveiliead Wires. 11 ; 6 c/ 

•^— (J. M.) Lord Wemyss on Agiarian Agita- 
tion. 3 / t8 M 

— ( r. \V.) on tlie Irish Question, 6 / 7 « 
EU3SIA : - 

— and AbyiiAiniiiy 2.'> / ^5 « -I f ^c 

•— AMrarian Kelorin. In mi 6 «— IS m 5 d 

— Giii. Annonkoff. the Ton^tructor of the 
Hailway to Merv. Kngiges with an Anglo- 
bcoii-h firm to Supply the iron l'ipe:<, 4 / (> n 

^ — Annual (Vreuiony of Bles^tiag ihu Water 
of the Neva. lU . 5 '/ 

the Amour (\»ngress. 1 1 / 8 a 

\ MiHcellaoeous News. 3 //« U e 

-^ — and Armenia. 21 > I3 /« 

-^ Arrest of Ivanoff. the Nihilist Chief, 10 m 5 d 
•^— and Bokhara, 2 m 5 « 



Buaaia ('ontinneif), 

lii-e>ul Kiot at Vitebsk. 26 w 5 e 

Bodj^et ICi*timates. 14 ; 5 e 

- and Hul^rnrin. o / IH a 

Caiholc Prie«tM niu\ Monk<< Arre«tpd and 

Tninrt;>orted from Warsaw to the Interitir, 23 

J r 

- in Ci ntra! Asia, 2 ; 5 d— 27 ; 6 d-.4 /6 c— 
20/ "» r/-j6 /M lis 

and China. 14 ; 6 r -25 ; fi« 

< oiiipul «»ry Sale of House", &c., for 

Chun-he*. &i:.. 26 «» 5 t 

Conver««it»n of Loans in. 1 1 /» 5 e 

and tlie t orea. i:* / 4 « -20 m 7 d -20 w 6 c 

Court News. 9 / o d—2Sj 6 *:— 8 m 6 ti— 31 

M 5 r 

Birthday of the Cz.ir. 15 w 6 a 

DiploniHiic Nuwh, 22 m G 6— 3l mo d 

and Kngland. 4 tn 5 d 

English lunbassy, Grand Reception at, 21 

Ball at. 4 m !>d 



Execution of Six Nih'li«ts Ht Warsaw, SO joe 

Expntp^'i^'i'*'^ (iranied. 17 m; 3 // 

Exiiiil^i'in of Prussians from, 13/5 d 

and France. 1 m H a 

Funeral I'roeeHnionsof the Orthodox Church. 

Wreath.* and EiulUenM Forbiddeii iu. 24 //# 5 ^ 

- Grand Reception in the Wiiiier i'alace, 14 
; o € 

and Germnny. 15 / o r 

Harbour of St. Petersburg, d d 7 d 

and Hesse. 8 /"O s 

Jewish Brigands, Tase of, 19 /5r 

Fan:! lies in. Mm \0 a 



— Kieff. (ireat Seizure of Pens in. beoau!«e 
they imve Eiigravetl on them the Crucifixion, 
27 M 6 a 

— the i.ast Serfs. 1 1 / « ri 

— .Military Telegniplis for 2.> ; 6 e 

— Miiii<«terial i^ri^in in. H f {i h 

— Miscelluneou'. News. 4 fo r/-2/"9/— 6/9 
y— 24 / 4 /— 211 w 7 ' —27 Hi 7/ 

— Naval News 8 / 6 « 

— New Coinage in. M^jof 
(\»lours Pre!<ented to the Transcaspiaa 



Riflemen by the ( 'zar, 4 ; 6 a 
I^Min, 22 m l> 6 



- — N.hiliMU in. 20 / 6 e-4 / 13 *— 6 / 5 «f 

Niliilists. Alleged Arrests of, 3O7 6 c 

Orders I'onferreil. 1 1 M» 6 

and M. Pa.Hteur, In /« 6 a 

and Persia, 24 iw 6 «• 

I'less on ihi' Queen's Speech. 25 / 5 f 

- Rei^eptitiii by the Euiperor of tlie Uokhariaa 
Embissy. 27 «* 6 '» 

Review in 8t.' Petersburg by the Emperor, 

19 / hv 

Revolutionary Proclamation Discovered at 

Moscow, 2o / n c 

Rioting at Lublin 5 / G « 

Uu.<«»itii!aiion of Pmvinces 18/6 6 

— ^ SclvNil C'li I Movement in Mo«ct>w to Collect 
Sub-ciipiions ftir Persons Persecuted by 
Government, 25/5 e 

- Sentence on a Mhj >r Aged 84 for Marrying 
so late in Lite, 24 m o 



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PALHBR*S INDEX TO " THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 U> 



BuBSia Ccontinued), 

M«|» News, H Ml 5 ft 

Ste*'! Pens, Roaring a rrnclflx and a Dove, 

Seized by the Pi)1ice at Kieff. 24 /« 5 r 

Stuilent of St. IVtt*r*lmrg University Con- 
di, mned to neadi H I li c 

ThkI" ill. 1^/5 r 

Tiifiluf Socialists and Sentences at Warsaw, 

30 / 5 e 

Troops nf IVi'j Ifh, 2 m n e 

and the Vaiicjin, K / (i c— 27 f7 </— 2 m 5c 

— 25 m n d 

BuA.siaii Diplomatic Opinion on the Bulgarian 
Difficulty. 2t* ; 8 h 

ICni' mwy. 5 m 10 r/— 10 w 8 r— 20 w 7 C 

— - Kxploration in Kliorasan, If Ac 

- Fanaticixm, \) f 1 a 

MtMliterran«*an Squadron, 31 m /" 

I'atriotic Fleet. 20 /•««— 4 /U /' 

peasants. 'h\ m 4 d 

Polind. Tux on Foreigners in, 9 /» 6 6 

Trout, Liciure on. 8 »« j) / 

I? u^so- Persian Knintier. I /He 

Hutland ^Duke 01) on Protection, 8/4 d 

1{yland.<4 ami Sonx. 25 7 1 1 " 

Uyves (Uev. O. T.) on the Weather. 15 /« 6 / 

vS. 

Sacker (D. N.) on the London Petroleum Associ- 
ation, iH / 11 b 
Sacred Harmonic Society, Concerts, 15 / 7 0—15 

Sad.ers' Company, Banquet by, 23 m 4 ft 
b^aliribury, Ditic-ese of. 4 t 7 h 
Saliwbury (Lord) and Armenia. 30 j G h 

ai ilie Crystal Palace, 4/9 /— 4 m 10 a— 5 

m9 f 

Deputation of Irish Landowners to, 13; 10 a 

to the Unemployed to Vt / H a 

Kntertainment at ilatficld House, 4 i 6 b — 

7 ; SI « 

— ^ Five Deputations to. on the Condition of 
Ireland. 2t) / 7 «— 21 / 10 >l 

the Foreiirn Offi.te Under. 2« ; 12 a 

and the Irii«Ii Defence Uidon. 14 j 6« 

on the lri»h Que!<lion. 18 / 10 a 

Letter to the BMiops Ward, Lambeth, 

Confervalive Association, Hi i d f 

Letteis from. \k f 10 r -25 / 10 <i 

Movements of, 18 > J) e— 6 J'Oj—'iG / 10 / 

—ft */( 11 0^ 

Salmon and others. 9 7 7 

Disease in the Dee, 18/4/ 

Large, of I8S5, 14 / 7 'i 

Salomons ^ D.) on Our Kural Postmen, 4 tu (\ f 
Salvation Army— an Officer Killed at a Meeting 

Hall in Parin. m / (j « 

Second Officer Dies. }\ f 5 d 

Samaiitan Societ3', Api>eal for, 19 /* 10 / 
Sawoan IslamU and Germany, 12/6 A— 18 / 5 6 

— 13 ; I3tf— U >6 J— 15 ; G 0-I6 ; 7 6—18 

;6«— Hi/ 12 A 

News aliout, 19 / 5 A-27 / 5 r 

Samneliton (B.) Liberal Members and Home 

Kule. Mdh 

Saiidaland Inland. French Annexation of. 21 )6d 
Sandert (Thoa.) and Abp. Ooke, 17 / 4 < 
93 



Saidtary Condition of Mile End. 6 / 6 e 

Inspectors Lectures for, 11 la 8 6 

Sanitas Company. 15/11 4 

Savings Hanks Returns. 6/11 e— 3 f \\ f 

Iteturns for the .Month, 4 m 13 6—31 la 11 6 

St. Alban's Diocete. 2 ; (J / 

< aihfiiral. Note on. 7 1 13/" 

St. Amirew's University. Di'grees Conferred, 25 
/ 15 /-2i; / 10 r — 18 M 12 */ 

St. Asaph (Bp. of) on a House of Lavmen, 11 
/ 10 / 

St. Bartholomew-the-nreat, West Sniithileld, 
Ke toration of. 2(i / 3 h 

St. David's (Ttdlege. the Grant from the Consoli- 
dated Fund, I / 4 / 

St. George's Club, New Tear's Reception at, 2 
; 5 s 

Hanover Square, Laying the Memorial 

Stone of the New Vestry. 12 / 10 6 

St. Giles's ( 'amberwell. Annu^il Report of the 

Local Au»h»rity. 9 ; (» d 
St. Jameti-the-Less, Vauxhall, Improvements in, 

30 ) H o 
St. John Ambulance Association, II ; 3 « 
St. .Iidin's ('hurch. Stamford Hill, Princose 

(^hrittian Lays the Memori il Stone, 8 m 9 /* 

Wood B ind Schiiol. 8 / 4 /- 15 / 3 r 

St. Mathias Church, I^^lingtou, Consecration of, 
15 i iH 'I 

St. Michael and St. George. Orders Conf rred. 
2 / \l) n^5)'6 6--20 /9 /— 30 ; 10 a— 3y 12 a 
— 6 / 9 /-(5 / 12 a — 17 / I2a-I8 w 7 / 

St. Patrick's Day. 18 m H / — 19 m 9 /" 

St. Paul's Preachers. I 7 8 / 

and Mr. Fergusson, 13 /12 c/— 14 j 10 rf— 16 

; 10 /-I9/ 10 € 

Ntite «»n, 5/66 

Special Service, 26 / 5 /* 

Churchyard. Meeting at the Mansion House 

about. 29 y 12 (•—(>/ 10 u 

Notes on. 4 / 8 a— 5 / 6 6 

School Site. 9/11 r. 

St. Peter ( 'hurch. Hersham. Lnyinsr the Founda- 
tion Stone by the Duche!«8 of Albany. 4 /"5 /* 

St. Petersburgh University, Annual Report, 3 
ni 4 d 

St. Itemi. Bordeaux. Sale of. by Auction, 16 /6i 

Sceptre Life Assoeiition, 12/116 

Scheveningen, a Scport. 8 ? 5 'Z 

Schnadhoriit (F.) on the National Liberal Feder- 
ation. 17 / 3 /■ 

Scho(dii:a'«ters,' Training of, 19 » 6 /*— 3 / 6 rf 

Schultze Uun|>owder (Company, 19/^11 d 

Science in 1 885. 8/3 6 

— : — and Politics. 4 / 4 / 

Teaching. Lecture on 17 / 4 / 

Scotch Moors and Mountains Bill, l^ /'9 /* 

Crofters— Aspect of Affairs in Skye, 6 ; 7/ 

--Iftj 13 a 

" and Crofting, 5 fif 

r^ 1 uU Text of the Government BlU, 8 m 8 a 

— • Circular to. 15 / H» « 

^ Notes on, 27 ; 4 a— 12 m 4 /— 1^8 m 6 • 

' Notice about. 8 /ii 6 /*— 27 m 10 f» 

Representative Peer, Election of. 5 / 6 c— * 

6/ 12a-8/4 a-10w9/-26« 10 b 

Vot« and Mr. Finlay'i Scotch Cbarch BIO, 

26 mid V . 



March .j1, 1886. J palmkk's indrx to ** thk timem " nkwspai-kk. 



Shi 



Scotland. 7/ 12 o— 3/ 8 A 

— - Lord Advocate of. at Phulmsford, 28/8 6 

Church of, 2U / 7 /.— 13 w II / 

ihe (^uiistituCion of the Churcli of, SjG «— 

12; \'An 

- I#and Keforni in, 13 / n / 

SihiM»l Kate» in. H» ? 7 e 

Scott. ('lho9.) Civihzini? Hoiijzh LniU, 14 /3 A* 
Scotti^h Accident Insurance Cuuipuny, li / II ^ 
—22 / n « 

American InveKtrnpnt ('ompany, 16 y 11 </ 

Crofiera. Appeal fur Ai<1. 4 in 10 /* 

t Farmers* Alliance. Aniuifl Meeting. 29 j 6/* 

Liberatii»n Society, Annual Meeting. 10 / 

10 CI— 20 / /» « 

- Members of Parliament on the Hill, 20 mWj 
— — Meteorologioil Society, 30 m 1) / 

Temperance Life Ansurunce Company, 11 

w II r 

and Iri^h Peers. Return, fi f 9/ 

Scraicliley (Sir Peter) Notice about. 13 / 10 o 
SeM Lisurance Conipuny. IH ; 1 1 b—W) j 116 
Seamen. Distress nnio*>g Our. 14 7 13 r 

Maflx Mi-etijig of. at the Sailors* Institute, 

Sbadw^U. 2 m f/— 1 1 m 4 / 

Meeting of. at South shields, 27 /' 10 c 

Second Ballot, Note on. I.i /// 7 6 

Serly (Chas.) on Mr. < oUin^^.H's Amendment on 

the Address. 1 / 10 </ 
Self-Opening Tin BoxfS, 25 ; 3 c 
Senegal. News Hbont, 4 m r> s 
— - Fighting in, 31 m b « 
SBBVIA:— 

Amnesty Grant4*d to Hehi'ls, 14 f 5 A 

Arrest of M. Kuitdovio. for Protesting 

a^Ainst ibe War. \\S) a h 
^— nml Hulgariii. V6 i h a 
l!ourt-Mar.iiil on tlw Kx-Mayor of Pirot 

ami others. 14 . •> a 

- — Fourth Anniversary of the Proclamation of 
the Kingdom of. M m i> h 

^- — Ministerial ilri.*<is. 16 .a n a 

Miscellaneous News 4 o 6— 8 j 5 c — 9 j 6 

a— IH 7 5 c 
»-— Mobilization in. 9 / 5 o 
•~ and Montenegro. 1 ; 3 a — 18 ' 5 ^ 
— — New I/>nn. 12 /« 5 n 
— •i— Peter KarHgv.'<>rgevitch*s Proclumaiion, 22 

/6a 
— — i'nrchase of Military Stores. 11 fb a 

Tobacco Hente. *s?ue of. 25 ;0a — iy"5« 

^rricesfor Young Vlen. 13 w 1 4 a 
Sewers. I'tsposHl of the Londtm, i\ j'6 d 

Note.* on. 22 / 13 A- 2«» /w lo a 

— > — City Commission of. Moutiogs, 13/6 b-.28 

^8/>— HI / 7 h—\i)m 9 / 
— — Ventilaticm of. 2<> / 5 e 
Shaftesbury (Kari) NiHional Memorial to. B m7 / 
— — Memorial Hall. Beihnal Green, Opening of, 

n iM 5 s 
Shrtkespear (J. D.)on the London Riots, 22/ 10 6 
Shamelesa Politics, Note on. 6 / 10 s 
bhaw-.^fevre v.Rt. Hon. G.) Incorporated Law 

Society anil Lan 1 Lavvs. 15 / 3 s 
•— - OH the Political Situation, at the Dinner to 

the Four Liberal Members for St. Pancraa, at 

Wim«'« Kocfms, 26 y 10 a 



\ 



Shaw-I^'fevre (Rt. Hon. G.) on the Irish Land 

Purclri'«e. 2o $ii f> d — 2r» w» lo r 
on the Xew Ailiniruliy and Wiir Offices, 5 

Hi 13 /'— 18 /« 13 A 
Shc'rt f A.) on Newfoundland. 25 / 10 b 
Sli.*«'hv ( — ) Ht • he-stt-r. 2<) ni 7 e 
Shcffl -Id. Opening of the Technical School at, 2 

/ 10 I 
^^ Trade for the Past Year, 5 M3 a 

of the Tyne. II //i G s 

Sheriffs. New. 10 m 12 cc 
SHIP NEWS :— 

Abandonment of the Ehzi, 6 ) 6 e 

of the A hWes. 2«5 m l(» / 

of the Ashfjrooe^ 14 Hi « 

of the C./'trttt, [/He 

of the Frodfii'hi Onoiinitt \5/Ge 

of the //#•/•• ti/es, I / 7 e 

of tin* J'lr fui'i. 8 / 7 c 

of the Qufftn. 18 / 12 <J 

of the Samlerl'iwi, S f d f 

Accident lo the Colum'ine, Singular 

Niirraiive. I / fir— 3 / oe — 4/ 10 6-9/ 6/— 
12 / II A-9 m lOfi — Io m D « 

to the Cff.h ihnin, 1 / 7 « 

to the Dt^nk. 12 / 5 / 

on the Shaimtm. by the Capsizing of a 

Punt. Five Min Diownt-d, 8 m If 
-^— the Aitor, Uongh Voyage of, 22 mid • 
At rest of Annie, at MazutLin, by the 

Custom-*, 2 / 7 / 

AnpinM'till, Warning about Fatal Diseases 

at, 1 1 in 5 e 

Atlantic Service. 8 ; 10 c 

HMllic Frozen. 23 m 9 / 

Ca»nnlties. Board of Trade Returns, 4 ; 7 / 

—2 M 5 / 
( hannel Service. 20 i 6 c 

- (\illi8ion of (he A' at i'/and a Fishing Lugger, 
4 M (i / 

of the ChilUnghnm and an Italian Steamer, 

4;7/ 

of the Clan Sim liir and the £jrl of liose' 



btry. 24 / lO rf 

of the Corinth and II. M. Ship Firel.rand, 



2n ;• 7 « 

of the Fhminffo Rnd the Gl''nmoi'e, 11/11/ 

of ihe G •rrit'On and the O'ltario. 9 »u 10 / 

of the liurf'inger and the Jane KeUuti, 23 



; 10 /> 



of ihe Jnva with a Vessel Unknown, 29 m 
7 «/_3o i» « o 

of ihe Rfi^h and »he Iidnnntionnt, 18 m 6 a- 

of the A'u'.M with a Geruian Vessel, 19 



I He 



of the Rosalie and a Vessel Unknown, 7 

; 7 « - 9 / 7 e 

of the S'roia and the Noordljnd, ij'7 e— 



9 / 6 /-22 / 9/ 

of th^ Sifioninn and the M'dtj^ ^2 i 6 d 

of the Spurkiing SeUie and the Busy Bee, 



rj;6r 

of the S. \V, KtUy and the Elieti Anna, 



18/ « /• 

— Disasters at Sea. 13 i 10 r_I6 / 6 d~21 ; 6 
a— 23; 1U6— 29 } Gt^^JlJ—bf 6s-9/7 
tf— 2d / 1 1 /•— 1 01 6>-3 m 10 </— ^ m 10 <tf^8 



Shi 



rALMKK^S INDRX TO " THK TIMKi " NKW8PAPKR. 



[Jan. 1 lo 



Ship News (rornf/nucr/). 

IN 7 ^ » w H) /— I*/ i»» 12 A— 15 m fi A— 17 m 8 
r— IS) //I J> /- 'io w 7 / — 22 M « «-23 m 10 <? — 
24 wi 10 /'-2t> m 7 //-HI m Ml </ 
Diirinif Jiitiiiiiry. 9 m lo / 

I)e.«i)MlcIl Hoit I>Mt*g^MP. II /6ft 

Dover Hiid Qxicml \|jhl S**rvloe. 18/4 rf 

- — Kxploftiuii un Lioiird the ira^/tm, at Cardiff, 
81 nt 10 d 

- on Board !hp Tynm. 11 i 5 6 



Fire on Hoanl the Bin- k S a, 1 J 4 c 

— ih* A ror.» 7\. 4/ 10 e 

— tlie C ieihtii I, 15 / <J r 

— I he /Jcuri- c;/ Sk rm, i\ m 13 d 

— the r* «'.^. 23 / 10 6 

Fog ill the CliHiiMel. 24 w 7 f 

— at Sea. 2i m H «— 2:* w !» / 
Fuunderinu of the M ileL 6 / H e 

— tif thf y/tt uton fly. 14»U«-4/'10« 

— of the I/ifiton Cist/e, 13 / 10 r- l4 / (J « 
«»t I he Jiijl man. Tl j ft /*-28 < i» / 



of the Rpi^rt and il7..ry, Fishin,; Cobble, 9 

9/1 10 / 

of the HiHamond, 21 76a 

of the To>iHo, 15 m (i /# — IC w 5 c 

— ^— of the VtroiiifH, 17 w 8 c 

- Freiglit Kings. Notes on, 5 ; 1 1 A— 7 i \\ b 
^y ; II /,— I / II 6 

Hurricane in the Atlantiu 9 « 8 6 

Iceliergs in the A t hi n tic. 23 / 5 « 

- Kaw€, Arrival of. 1 / 7 « 

l^rge Vessels and SniiiU \\o\\t\ Note on, 29 

m 7 '/ 

I>auni-h of the Afri an. at Middlesbrough, 

5 nt io r 

<»f the f^ri'.thmf a I'loating Steam Crane, 

at I'oplur, U //< 8 c/ 
— — of tile Priw'€ 0/ Wafe,^, at Barrow, 22 

/«/ 
- — LiphtR Mt Sea. Lecture on. I? w 10 d 

Lighthouse liluiiiin iiitii. Nwteon. 6/8// 

i'lipcr Kead by Mr. Kdwurdif un, ^1 m 



Hid 



Note on. 18 /m 10 a 



Liquid Fuel for Steaineis. 20 / 4/ 
Lo.'*^ of the Afert. 15 m (i h 

— of the Cet'tiinn, II w 10 « 

— of the Fnouii, 15 / li />— 18 i He 

— of I he Fuhier, '^ / ^ f 

— «)f I lie GolilpH Fffere, o m ]0 d 

— of the Intlns. Officiiil Inquiry. 8 ; 6 c 

— of I he Jin't-n Miytwlt 21 ; <i 

— of the Ma'ei lilt 

— of the M'dtff Dilltiwny, 16 / 5 r 

— of the Mi rie Angn-sinie. r.» m 9 / 
of I he Ji'iry Cootrtlult^ Official Inquiry 
14/6// 

■ of the MtMttvidfo, 2 i ^ d 

— —of the Ortt^n, Appeal for the VVid(»w8 and 
Orphaiiii, 80 w H u 

of the Ot'tffon, 15 w 9 •— 19 m h d-20 m 



into. 



7 <•— 22 lit 5 «-2t; M 10 /— 27 M 13 j-31 mod 
—31 M 10 d 

Notes on. ?r. m 10 «— 31 i« 5 rf 

of I hi* Z hte. A f ^ f 

of Life at ?h'h, Hoynl Cotnmisston on. 30 



Silip KeWB (rontinufd), 

25 / 4 /-3 w 10 / - w 1 1 /— 10 IN 9 Z'— 18 m 
14 «— 20 tn 13 ^—^7 M 7 /— 31 w 1 1 / 

Note on the Large DiHireaKe in, 26 / 10 « 

Maritime I^^Mres nni t'aiia'dtie«, I / 8 /— i 

; II /— 15 I 12 »/— 23/ 10 r-29/ 12#?- 5/ 10^ 
— 12 t I2r-I9 / 14 r— 27 t 4 »'— U #a 6/— li 
w 12 A— 19 m l>'r— 26 mil/ 

Mexican Sfeaimr Line, 28 ; II rf 

Miroiing Ve«*el — e a. 6 m 7 « 

SienimrB 27; 10/* 

the 5ttw//*a;€. 4 / 10 ^ 



; 7 a— 3y 10«— 6/ ;0 e— 18 / U 6—17/6 6— 



MoiKirch Line. Notice about. 19 w 4 6 

Mutiny oil Uoard the Frank N. Th yrr, 4 

/ 13 e 

Navigation hy riectric Light. 24 mi 7 / 

New Trail Italian tic Liner, 14 ; 9 / 

Travelling Tor|KMio. <; m 1 1 « 

Newhaven Dieppe Koute. 4 / H» / 

North .\ilaiitic Steam Tra»le, M ; 5 // 

Oi'erhiul.ng a Baique — the Churlea ^ 

PnVfll^ 15 / 9 / 

Prtiran. Notice alw.it. \(\ f \(S d 

• — I'ltatc* in the < hina Sean. 44 »« 4 e 

Hewardi* for .^aving Life at Sea. 7 ; 18 6— 

12 I 10 /-I9 / II «— 2.1 ? I0«/— 4 /'I I e-9 /■9 
/-l« / lO'/-2.i/ 10«— 26 / 8'/-27 M3 / - 
4 m 5 /-.22 fff 6 r/— 23 M 8 «-26 m 13 e— 29 
m66 

Hibhle. Navigation of. A f 7 f 

Seizure of the U'lmo. 3/6 /' 

Shippiotf Intelligence, ate ecety day's paper 

- Souili Sea l*ira»er<. 10 m 10 /« 

Stramling o( the A'^a-, 12 / 10 d 

of the AfeX'U ef 11.. 20 w 7 J 

of the CA wn. 4 m 6 / 

of the Ctimftt-rl .nd. 1 / 7 « 

of the Cjft/nuM. 9 ; 7 e 

of the D'msh Monnr-k. 12 j 6 e 

_ . — of the Fn"ek '. 1 1 MO / 

of the IJtfftun CuUU, off Long Island, 18 

;5 6 

of the J'l ».'«•« K^nw -y, 1 1 ; 6/ 

of ihe M' ffn, U /« 10 « 

of ihe Mariit C-.therine, I / 7« 

of the A/isxouri. 2 <tt 5 /— 3 m \0 d 

of tlie ^ecfnn, 23 /« 10 r 

of iht' -.S</' B' ri", 23 iM 10 r 

of the Stnt'w Qn eu, I / 7 < 

of the Th'twf*. 4 m 6 / 

of ihe T' nyiei\ 17 w 8 /• 

— — of ihe Willi nn^ 14 / 6 # 

Suspicious Vessel • City of Mfxif^Oy 10 w 9 ^ 

Theft of the YmcIu Ruvtr, 11/9/ 

- «»* *ilso Wrecks 
Shipbuihleis* Wn«es, 6 / 10 / 
Shipbuilding during the Past Year, 5 j 8 6 

liistreSi^ in. 3 / 6 '/ 

|nteie»t of Glasgow, Dinner at Glasgow, 5 

nd 

Messrs. Moss*s Circular on Steamshipa, 26 

/4/ 

- • Note on the Stagnation in. 25 18c 
Shipping Trade. Dispute, 2,i ; 10 r 

Hn«l Insurance, itf / 11/ 

Shipwrights* t om^Miny. Dinner, 23 ; 4 / 

I Shop Hours, liegulation Bill, M7 ; 4 c— 28 m ID e 
—25 m 9 /— 80 m & « 



March 81, 1886.] palmsr's index to '* thic riMKS " nkw^paper. 



Spdk 



Short Iloori Lengiie, Meeting, li) m \0J 
Si«ni<*«e L*'garit)ii, I m 6 r 

Fni,ce?«. Muveine.ts of. '22 /"O f 

Riaraey and SUim-v, un the l'«iat OflBoe. 30 ; 8 6 

^*iU Tuiletl Chntierer, i^ H „ 

Sinicox ( K ) on the Mansion House Uelief Kunil, 

ly / i.S / 
Sirnoti ((). .1.) F^ovnlry and Hh liculism. .'?> / 10 e 
Simu 8 ( NJii.^oM I he Mardv ColluTy Explosion. 7 

Simpson (Wm.) Lecture on the Afghan Frontier. 

•^i) M 1 it 
SLiden fCoI.) (he Political Situation hi Buruiith, 

1 /5a 
^^«gJ? (John) the New Electors and Fair Trade. 

7 / a « 

Slavery in Brazil. M ; n c— 2« m\ r 

in Morocco. 25 m We 

Have Trade. 2.'. / « i 

Smith ((i.) the Irish Election and Dismember- 

DUMll, 2 i H r 

(li. (\) Metropolitan Wat<r Supply. 12 »4/> 

<Murr»iy; Farewell i>ai)quot iit. I:i w 10 a— 

— 22 M y /' 

{\i. M.) on the Now KebridHs. 5 / « 

(^hauKe in the Viulorian Uif.i^try 'H / 6 / 

(>ydiie,\) «»n Ke[)eal of' ilie Uiiion. Note on, 

8 Mr 7 / 

Sniokehsd Hoiler Furn:ice. 18 w/ 4 b 
Siiiujfj:lii?ki on lioard Atl.-mtie .Sto:inn"S 20 / H <■ 
SiiH^^u {'V. vV.) oi: Joiin Hunter's iluusu. 7?8r 
bnoMT Dan^i-r of Falling, 13 j 3 e 
lleintiVHl of. !H y li « 

and th.' JSire^ts xtir St»ekT3 

8nowMturuii', Heavy, in Locni.M. imI 

7 / ti ti — o / 6 '< — 1 1 ; ti / — i<s / (i 
w Ml /— 4 i/i 10 / -6 /« M)i— <; I/, 
Social Deniocrars Meeting io H\.>e I'ark. 'i^ fin 

Science A«>soci>Uiou, I'apwr Itead before, 18 

/ lOf/ 

Socialism. State, in En^jl-md. 17 ' 7 e 

buciuiist Denion^traiioit in Vlanche$tcr. S in 7 f 

Mteiing in A.iKteid.im, il' /m > r 

Sociat.Kts Uiot in the VVe»i Knd,.s^AUEMrLOTKD 
Society of Arts. Pap i« U.^ad befor.'. 2i / .'i »/ 

of Biblcii ArL'haBolo;;y Ai.niversarv Meet- 
ing. 13/ lU/< 

!>-«ture«, 7 / 7 «— 12 ; rt . —2*. / 4 /— ! 7 / 4 

/'- 18 / 13 </— ? 1 »i 10 d -• {} », 7 //-23 iit 3 6 

- of Accountanrg Mretii.g. '4.4/ 

- of Kiigineers. Moe'inj;. i i 1 a 

i»f Medalists. Pmzc tor Mi'dal-. 11 m 10 r 

8.>ho >quare IMufial to Opeti, to the i'ul'Iic. 20 

/ a ti 
Solomon Islattds. MaS'-aC'e al o y .') p 
Sons of the • lerj;y. An:iual .die in^ 2G / n / 

- Meeiintr. 2.: . 4 »/ 

South Kensington Museum, Admi<'6ions.«^«;eier^ 

7*H€atii*tf*a fi'iffer 
■ Australian Land. Mortgage and Agency 
Company, \i m \\ c 

Fish- Hatch ng at. 27 / 4/ 

— - Note on, 2 / i3 i 

- Mr. Or rock's Fine Collection of Torcclain 
Turchased by. 24* m « h 

the Schreiber Collection. 8 » 4 6 

— — bcieuce and Art Ueparimenty 15 / 12 c 



South Sc'i Isl.ind.s. y / 5 A 

Kederaiio . of. »! w 4 r 



- (>u(r:me on British Subjects, 18 m 13 



hi* Provinces, 
-t; m b /-H 



A — 2«» HI o h 



iSon'.h \Ve?<t»'rn S'lnitary Inspection Association, 

In.'ingurnti't.) of i2 / G / 
Sourlurn Italy, ti 4 ^/-lo / 9 /~28 / 4 /-3y 4 

A - .^ / 9 / - 1 « / 4 (I 
Sp:«fi Idd iiuryiug Ground, 81 m 8 a 
SPAIN: - 

A rreai of Po8j»e88ors of Dynamite Cartridges, 

15/ ii« 

'arhn liovementson the Frontier, 19/" 10 5 

( arlmf^ in. I / (» • —3 / ." « -4 / U *• 

•• { VmiimI Club " or the Onho lox Conserva- 
tive I'iirt* i«:stahli>hed in, bv thj Ex-Preinier, 
ti / o »/ 

I hoh'ra in Bilboa. 31 w n « 

- — C'olonial Pf»»Kes>.ions oT 1 1 ) 6 ^ 

C'orre!*. I)i*rfoiuuon of, \) ,u 10 li 

Court- Martial oM Lieut, t^ol. Don Enrique 

de IJo'iiboi— Senten V. 2i» / '.» / 

Court New*. 24 / '• c -11 m .5 c 

l!:e Queen- U^'gvMit. l\ / 5 h 



Cr p ol Oran'i'v'f*. 15 m <I n 

and Cuba and the Ui>it»'d Stales, 8 /*« a 

(ten. Lope/. Doini v^nvz 3 / .'> A — '3/5 rf 

— Diplom.iiu! Neva M i 5 r/ - 13 / 5 »/— 14 / 5 5 

— l>.«n Carlos and hia Fnniily, 21 j \) f 

1 ^yiiMiuiie l>oinb b^xploded in a Factory near 

liHrrelona. •'» ui '0 e 

LLetions. IHm "i // 

— KinbasM' in London, 2^ i» 5 rf 

— and Kniliml. lii / «• .-IM w, 5 d -22 « H ft 

Englibh-Spanish Protocol Keipecting tha 

("aniline , ^igne«l to-day, *d } h d 

' — Finane.b. \ » h t 

— and France, 21 j "S //— 3'^ »n 5 «/ 

Mndiid Uepn'nr.cins. S / (i / 

MjHiifejito of the liishopd, 7 j5 € 

Mi.-c. llaneoUH News, (i y o (/—I I / 6 / — 1? > 

6 5— Its » T) e- ly ; 5 A— iT ; 6 </— 25 / ^i— 4 / 
5 d— 22 / n e— 4 w 5 r— 10 /w o t —24 wi 5 c 

Military Disturbance in Barcelona. \7J 5d 

and Moroceo. it» ; 6 / 

Mutiny at Cartajr«n»i. 12/6 /»— 18 > 5« — 14 

j 6 d- ID / »; r~ I / li /i— 4 III 5 c 

Naval ami Miliary M.itterj*. 15 m 5 /' 

0|»ening of the tiouse of Congress in State 

by the Queen- Hegent. \ i ii d 

v.rder* I>e*towed, 13 / c *^ 

Orlenni Prmces in .Madri«l. 25 / 5 c 

Personal DifTerence bet>reen ^enores Can- 

ova8 nn»I Uouieioy Kobletlo in the Coiigreii*. 
HoU:<e. .> ' .T « 

Prjiceeditig-- in the <'ongr. SM. i i H d &b 

Uepo. t of the MeniMl Aberration of ihe^ 

Queen -Ue^rfnt, Denied. -8 / G * —25^' ii 6 

Kcpublican BHiiquets. 13 / 5 r 

in Honour of Kuiz ZoriilU, 2 } 5 c 

-^ — KcpublicMnism in. 2* m ti //- 

Hevenue HeluniS. 2t / 5 d 

Bobbers near Madrid. 27 / 5 c 

»— Sentence on the Duke of Seville, 27 i 5 e 
^-^ Socialisoi in, liy b/ 



spa 



PALMKR^S INDEX TO ** THE TIMES ** NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan« 1 to 



Treaty of roiiimerce wiih Kii^IhtkI, \Bfnd 

- TriHl Hiid Sentence on ihe I'artai^tiia Uo- 
vulutionintfl. 8 / (> a 

8iul Sw itzerUfd, 22 / 6 </ 

Unemploj'iil in Spain, 2 / 5/— 3 / 5 « 

— ZorhlliMtH 111. H / Gh — iS / 5 r— 22 «n 5 e 

Spanish Kmhui-av. 26 / 10 r 

Spi'nkt^r (ilu') 1111(1 Mr. Hradlaugh. 6 ) 5 e 

PailiMmeiitiiry Dinnur. 24 / 10 tf— 27 /"U / 

- 4 M n /— l« iM 9 /- 25 m VI / 
^IHiidi'rU*'- II.) M. DavilUt Oxford, 19 m II a 
^I>hinx, lU'8ti>ration of. 4 / 4 / 
Sl-OHTS AND SPuBlINO :— 
AthleticSpuns— Amateur Athletic Associa- 

lain. i» / 7 ft 

at HlaclilieHtU. 22 / 10/ 

• ( ainhiidgi- I niver>'iry, Meetinfr. 25 m 7 ti 

C TObS i vuiiiry, ( haulI>iun^hip8, I m 7 d 

b M 1 2 r/ 

London Club, Annual Meeting 12 f7 b^ 

4 IN 12 d 

Oxford p. Cambridge. 80 m 8 ^ 

Uiiiverrity Mcviing, id lu 10/ 



I 



Mii'ling. 2l) IN I0« 



SportB and Sponing (continued), 

Coursing— Alicitr ( lub Meeting, 18 1 10/— 

14; HI /—ft ; ie/#— 1« ; 7 d 
Carniichael Open Meeting. 25 in 7 c— 27 

Mt 86 

DulUngham (Newmarket) Open Meeting, 

18 i7e 

Four Oaks Park Meeting. 9 / 11 <-ll / 



Auteitil liacea, 2./ 7 ^— 5 / 8 r— « / L*. 6— 

iU Mi 6 6—12 m6«— \oM 7 <— 22 m 10 6— 2G 

m III « 

— at Argyll Btnet Billiard Hall 20;H /-2I 

J t f — '^iif M» /— 2.» / 10 o— LG / .0/ — 2h ; 7 I' 

sfiiy 7 a— ;io / 7 t— I j « / — 2./ 7 /»— » / 7 a 

4 ti /-«/ I e - 8/ i». <i-i>7'; /—HI/ 10/ 

-liy 7 rf-12 / 6/--l<J / ii I — 16/ 7</— 16/ 

7 €—17 / I./- 18/ « l — 'CK^J h J-^TIJ tt«— I 

Ml (> /- 2 Mil /— 8 «i <> /— 4 m Ml c/— 5 w 10 r— 

o/" 7 /-6«f <*y— U m .0/ — 11 m 5 a— 12iu 9/ 

-i8m 12 / 

iituriianient at tlie Billlaid flail Argyll 

>tr»ft. 6 tt c -6 J ti II - ? » t» /. — 6 . i r— if i 6 
y — ll ; o /. — 12 J lie— id I 10 / — 14/ tic— 16 
itie— *ti/ ti« 

-< at liatuV ViUii'ia Mri et, 4 > 10 d- 1 1 1 10 

*— 8<«/ 7e-I /U/ — 27 7 6—3 / 7 6- 4 / 6y 
— 4iy 7«-87 iOd 

at ihe Wi'ainiinater AquMriuin, I78/— 4 

J 10 u— \i i lui> — *H J it ii—zi) I ii./— 21 / 7 / — 
2« / \{\i. — lo I IU/«-2i> 10/ — Zh / 7 6-29; 7 
<i— .JO / 7 «- ly 4i /— Jy 7 6—3 / 7 m-4./ t> / 
0/7 «— 8 W'.0«/— !»V 7 / — 10/ 10 /— il./ 7 
w— j2 /«/— Ui/«c— !«/ 7 <*— !«/ (>/-8iit(i/ 
- — Ik-iii gin London. Mt^ tvtr^ uuyu ^j^r 

— I imiita lia4'«*a. lo m i2c 

t llesa. low 7 / 

ui iir>«tt4. :;2 Or ti a 

I hauipioiuh.p beLW(^>n Mr. Steiuitz and 

i>r. /.ukiriUai. 1^ / 41/ -13/ u 6 — 1 ' ul u — 3/ 
J '.- 4./ o r-y,/ / — II / 6 / — 18 / 12a-2iM 

O e - 4 M. .» <— 1# Ml 7 «— I tt «M 12 € — ^0 M 7 d — 

Z^ 4H (» /'— I'ltu 10 d — 25 M 5 It— '11 m I I 

'iuuiimuieiii AnaMgcd at tUe Manhattan 

i lub, \} I i.% i — 1 1 J u a — 1 3 / «i 6 — lo I uU — 18/ 
6 /- JU i« •- 211/ ;♦ A— 21 / 6 /— 22/ br-^bj 
ua — iSj 6« — 42 / hh—'Zl J 7 d— I m o e— 5 m 
« r — I.I iM ^c — 17 ut b a — ib in n / — ISl in 5 6 — 

-. — ( livaier Me<*tin^. Iftj 10 fc— 4/ 1<(6 

— ilc\ciuuU iiuui, Mcur Matiteriiilip, 22 j b f 



I 



10 «i— 5 111 10 a— (J M 10 d— 8 m 12 o— 27 m 8« 
—29 IM 10 d 

Hayd<jck Park Open Meeting, 1 7 8 b-2 

;7 6— II I lOo — III A 7«— II / 7 «i— 12 / 7 f 

Hi^ih (ioaforth Open Meeting. 4 ;"l0 d— 

11 ;' 10 m -30/ 7 e -1 / 10 c— 8 m 12 a— 15 m 7 
c— 18 m 12 c— 29iN lOd 

^— Kentpton Patk ( hampion Meeting. II ; 
lOtf— 19 ,8 6— 20/8/- 21 / 7 /— 23 I 10 «- 4 
/ 106-6/8 r-8 / 7d-8 / 10 6— 26y ti 6-13 
w 12 «r — 15 IN 7 « -27 w 8 e 

Liihfieki Open Meeting, 12/7 /— 18/7 

r— 15 / 7 #•— k4 ai lOy— Vf6 iw 7 c 

lianpton Open Meeting. 9 > II «— 11/ 

7 d— 13 / 7 <•— Ift / 7 c— 31 Ml 80 

Uidgway flub Meeting, 28/ 12 6—29 > 7 

d— 30 / 7 e 
Souih !.anci6hire Open Meeting, 4/10 c 

Upper NiihsJale (IburnhiU) Meeting, 9 

7 11 a 

— Waterloo Cup. 15y 7 c- 1 7 / 7 d- 18/ 12 

a— 19 / 10 6-20/ 10 a 

Wye Open Meeliuy, 18 / 10/— 13 m l«a 

—22 w 10 6 

-^ — Cricket— Australian Cricketeri. I ; 8 6—28 
; 12 6— 18 w 12<— 23m6d 

in Auairalia. 14 ; 10 /— 28 / 19 6 

New bou h Wnles a. Victoria, 10 m 10 6 



Croydon Sterplmtba'ea. 4/ lOa- 3 jm 6 / 
March Meeting. 4 in 12 d 



— Devon and siouieraet Staghoauds, 26/9 /— 
4m4/ 

— Kpl^om Spring Meeting. 8 ; 7 6— 4y 10 6 

— Kasex Union Hunt. 28 mi 4 a 

— Foolltali > Ave iiigton r. Walsall Town. 2/ 7 6 

Abhburnh'tiu Kovera 0. Uotapur, In »i 7 <* 

V. the Pilgrims 22 / Uiy 

AsaotUHtiou C ballenge Cop, 4/10 </— 6; 



8 d— 18 / 7 <— Ja / 10 a - 1 / 10 d— 9 / 9 /— 16 
y 7 d— Itiy 10 /— 23 / 11 €—1 IN 7 d— 8 m 12 a 
— 15 «< 7 / 

Mi*eting of, 6 1 6 r/— 20 w 10 c 

Bail»yc. Halifax 8y lo r 

lierka and liucktf v. Oxfordshire, \ » 7 d 

r. Ueht Knd Asbociuiion. 15 at 7/ 

Uiruiint^liHoi i hatlenge i up, 16 w 7 /' 

r. holion WamiereiH. 5 / rt < — 22 / 10 /" 



Blackburn Uo vera a.Blaciib urn Olympio, 

4 / 10 d 

— V. Bolton Wanderes 22 ai 10 d 

• a. Bieiitwood. i m 7 *i 

V. U«r welly il J 10 (1 

V. Gieai Lever, 18 / 7 < 

Olympic r. .viiddlebbiough, 8 f 7 ^ 

c. Nona t ounty. 8y 10 c 

BlitC.vliuiih 0, London Scottish, 18 ; 7 a 

■^ 0. Pre.stoii North Is^nd, in i2 a 

c. Uiclniioiid. l / 10 •' 

o, £>tateiey, 25 j 10 a— 9y 7/ 



March ^1, 1886.J palmkr's inukx to " the timks " NKwsrAPER. 



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^^rts And Sportiag (continued). 

Fuoiball — UlBckbiirnt?. I he Swifts. 15 « 7 /* 

Bolton WaiuiereM v. Dei by County, 2j7b 

p. Uurnley, y / 7 /' 

r. IHrwen. I / 10 c/— R m 13 6 

p. Notts Forest. 25 ; 10 o 

Bradford o. FL^ttesiNn-Lorettonians. 5j(i e 

V. Manchester. 2'i f 10/ 

Brentwood v. Port vale, ! / 10 d 

— ^— r. Buraleni Portvule. ir» / 7 </ 

C^mbridKe o. Aston Villa. 16 / 10 f 

r. I)vrby County, 18 / 12 a 

r. Ksi^t hht'en. I G j 7 </ 

V, Leeds St. JohnV 9 / 7 / 

V, Lincolnshire. i5 / 7 </ 

r.Old Clhlroiiians, 1 / 10 rf 

■ V, Old Ktoninns. 4 /* 10 r 

V, St. ThoniHs's Hof^pital, 16 » 10 /• 

C ambridge Wanderers v, Kensington, 6 

Cardiff I. Newport, 18/76 

— V. Jiewnbury, «0 / 7 s 
' V. Harlequins. 25 i 10 a 

— r. Swansea. H w 12 A 
rinrity Festivnl nt the oral. 22 m 10 <* 
Che»]iiieo. FetcejiiHn-lx)rettoniiin4,47 10 

— o. iX'ibyBliifd. \b I 1 d 

— r. Liverpool & District. 22 / 10 ^ 



> « c 



- — Clupham Uuvers v. Old Chtrltonians, 22/ 

10 A 

V. Old Csrthusians. 8 m 12 6 



the Corinthians. 1^86 

-> V. NewcAsile and District. 5 ; 6 c 

— V. Notiiiighauishire 8 »i 12 a 

— V. Queen'h Park. (Jla<*Kuw, 2 j7 b 

— V. >toke-on-Trent, 16/7 



a 



lU e 



Darwen v. Kolon Wanderers. 15 / 7 d 
Derhy (^oiinty v. Notts Kurest, 1 1 7 lU a 

— V, Af>ton Villa, 22 m 10 '/ 

— r. Sheffield Club, i8 / D e 

— V. Slieffleld Wednefaday, 2'> /10 a 
Derby Mi<liand8 17. Lincdln City, 18 ;7 s 
UcTonsbire r. Hampshire, 18 7 7 c — HJ 



V. (^ornwall, 25 7 10 a 



10 e 



7o 



Kdiiiburtth v. Dumbartonshire, 1 / 10 // 
Edinburgh Inatitudun v. dwinton, 23 m 

England v, Wales, 4/10 r~80 m 8 h 

— V. InUiid. 6 / lU r— 8 r 10 r* — 15 ;a 7 « 

— u. >4: tbind, ir> m 7 e— 29 w 10 d 
Epsom College v. (*hiist*s Hospital, 11 
t 

Essex County Challenge Cup, 1/86 
c. Suffolk, 29 M iOs 



Gentlemen v, I'layvrs, 1 1 / 10 a^ 18 / 7 c 

^22 /M 10 c 

— Glmgow V, E<linburRl]. \ m 7 d 

Uiiiveraity v, Edmburgh Uuirersity, 



15/7 d 

Quy*s V, St. Georges. 29 / 7 d 



Halifax r. Wakeflt-ld Trinity. I / 10 d 
Honourable Anillery I'ompahy 0. 9t. 



Bartholomew's Hospital, 8/ 10 c 
V. Old I^ysiuis, 8 jm 12 6 



Hospitals' Association Cup 14/10 /^— 29 

/ 7 d— 2 / 7 6— »jr 7 tt— itfy lu «— 2uy 10 6— 



Sports and sporting {c&ntinueaj, 
Kooiball^ 

28/11 s-24 /10 c— 5 w 10 6—6 m lOrf— 11 m 

7 A— Ml w 10 / 
International Conference of Secretariea, 

29 tM 10 ff 

Keiisinirtan v. Clapham Uovprs, 8 m 12 ^ 

I Kent V. Suss'-x. I ; 8 f— 2 / 7 6 

r. Kasc'X 2« f \0 d 

r. Surrt'V. 29 w 10 ^ 



— Lai:cai»h)re r. Duihim, 1 / 10 d 
■ V. Smffiirdshire. 8 /' 10 c 
r. L'Uter. H / 10 r 



Leed-! St. Jt^hn's v. Civil Service, 10 /" 7 • 
LI miliishire r. Norfolk 18 7 7^ 
r. Knst Mi'Ila id Counties, 15 m 7 / 



LoiultMi Challenge Cup. 4 ; I0</— 18 / 7 a 

—22 / 10 /-H m I'j a — 15 wi 7 / 

V. Rlrniin^hani, \ ml d 

r. Cani»»rul>{e University. 8 / 10 a 

— — r. Ouv'k Hospital, \h t 7 d 

l^iiidon Sc<)ltinh r. HnrK quins. 1/lOd 

r. London Scottish and London Welsh, 



22 m 10 r 

V. MnrlbonMigh Nomnds, 8 / 10 c 

r. Oxford Uiiiver/iiy. is /' 12 // 



L(MuIon Hospital t^. Clianng I'ross Hos- 

pitnL Hi r lt>« 

Mancliesler v. Fetlcisn-Lori'itonians, i 



; 7/» 



Marlhoronyh Noniiids v. Welliuiflou 
Coli'ije 2i MO / 

Aliddle-bron^h 1?. Rwlcur, 25 »' !«• »» 

Midillesex Wanderers r, St. Bjirthuloniew*s 

Hofipital 18 / 7 .■ 
— ^— V. Km St ••hren. 4/10 c 
.„^^ — » /•. lUil ^ linn. 8 /M 12 6 
York-huw TA /Ms 



Nor lb ?.-. South. 1 / 10 r 



V. >onih Wales, I / 10 ./ 



10 n 



Northumbrtbnd 17. Cleveland. 22 »i 10 <^ 
Notts i:uunty tf. Blackburn lieovers, 1 1 ) 



r. Accrin-jton. I 7 d 
-^ r. Aston Villa. 15 / 7 ri 
— r. Ihtby Count). 1 / I0</ 

— V. Quetn's I'ark. G!a g«>w 22/10 / 

— p. >«.iiih sh>rr, 2.*> / m « 

— r VVi>st i1rom>^ii:h Albion, 2'i in 10 d 
' Notts Forest v. the Casuals. 1>8 6 
■^ P. Notts County. i« / 7 « 

— r. Si.iffl .Id Club. 22 m 10 d 

— Noiiiiiuhani^hiio v. Deibyshiro. 18 ; 7 c 

— r. >lu'ffiel.l AkiOi'inlions. low 7/ 
Old Cunhu-ians 'v Br^-niwood. 21 / 7 / 

. Ol i W4'^l minsters v. West Kent, 187 7 s 
• Oxford Universuy tf. Es8*-.x. 1 1 w 7 6 

— r. Berks and Uucks, 15/76 
-*— r. Cnnihiid^^e. 25 / U 6 

— p. i laphnni Hovers, 2« / 10 d 

— ?«. (7louces1er^lli^tf. \ m 7 d 
" • r. Harlequins. 8 / 10 r 

— r. 01«1 L-ysians. 22 / 10 / 
r. Oid W eat minsters. \ J 10 d 



■*-— t\ Mi^kt^on- 1 rent, IH / 10 e 
'- V. Uniteil ilospimU, 4/l0« 



Oxf Ol d atid Cambi idge v, bbeA Id, I si 7 <^ 

97 



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palmrr's index to "the timrs" newspaper. 



[Jftn. I to 



Sportf and Sporting ('-»n/<»tterr). 

KoiitbHU -- Plv^tOll Norih End r. Notts 

Coiiniy. 4 ;■ I'! «/ 

: i\ i:l:i(kl»urn Olympic 2o /10a 

r. I'l.ickhiirn U.ivers, la / 7 U 

V. HiiriiK'y. :;;{ / 1 1 « 

V. Darwon, I «i 7 •/ 

p. Dei bv ( *<»unl v. H / 1 c 

V. HhIIiwiII. I f; 10 a 

r. Nt»tia Forest. \ / \0 d 

r. IMavf'Huf h^l^Cl^hl^o, 18 »'i 12 c 

w 



- V. Shi-ffl 1 1 Wt'tlivsdav. t2 / H> / 



Qiii'«{ii'8 I'Hik, (jlH-g»»w f.Derby Midland, 

4; 10 </ 

hichtiiimd V. llMfl' qiins 18 ; 7 « 

r. ('1m|»1i mi Kovcrfl. m / ID c 



— V. I/oidnn Sconij.h. I m 7 */ 

r. M()s».'i •> . \'i I 7 o 

V. lioyixi Iiidiiin Kngint'ering College, 

22 / in/ 

UovhI Indian Kngiius ring PoUege v. Old 

Ch U>> •hin4 ri f 10 f 

UoyHl Miliiary Atrndeniy i\ Old Wyke- 

li.'niists. 'i\ I 1 t 

Koynl Military Colli'gp, Siindlnir^t », 



Kovnl iivli.m Kngineeiing College, Cooper's 
Hill. K»i 12 // 

r Kensin^-ton. 15 «i If 

Kuyul Nival r<>lli»|re v. Queen's, 8/ 10 c 

Hugby FootbiiU Union 24/ JO c— 3w bj 

— 18 n, 12 r 

.**t. Bartholomew's Hospital i*. Loudna 

Hospital. '.-4 / 10 r 

r. M iddh'Si'X. 8 / 7 n 



St. Mary'j* *?. King's Collejo, *1 f \h 

St. T}ii>in:is*H llo?<piial c. Kiwy's Hospital, 



20/ 10 A— r; w t(i<i — I \ M 'i b 

r. I>nlwi<h ('o!lig«. irt / 12 a 

Sooilaiid V. vVatles. t i / 10 « 

r. ir.^laiul, 21 / 10 /— 22 .v; !0 r 



Scolch I hallenge Cup Id / 7 e- 25 ; 10 a 

— \b f i tt 

Sh -ffiold r. (ilasgow. 2'» / 10 i 

^mall liualh Ailiaice i\ Davenham, 18 



; ' < 



9:&i lie 



— r. Ucd'jar. 15 / ? (i 

SoiHv laci^hiie t'. l>ev•oll^hire, 4;10t/ 

— t'. (II Mici'Mor-'lniv. 18 / 7 « 
Mirii'V c. Ks.Hi'x. 4 / 10 r 

Sumjcx £'. .\l:iilb»r'.Mi^li XoniJids, 4t lOd 

— i\ llanipkliiie iiihi nore-etshire, 22 / 10/ 

— v.. Kent. I /loo 
J>wifi» i\ Clnm'^. 18 / 7 e 

— 17. .N;u.h Slioro, 15 / 7 r/ 

Third lAina k It. V. r. Iliberni.ins, 2.; 7 / 

I'lsti-r r. >taff.):dsliiie 1» / 7 / 

United ilo^piuls i». Uj>toi» I'ark. 8 w 12 b 

— Lon4h»ii ^cot'i.-h «•. ril^iiiii^, 4 ; lO // 
Uhivewity College c. .Si.Mury'o Hospital. 



r. St. Bartht.) tniewV, 5 i/j \U n 



WakcfiiLITriiiiiy r. .iu.hlv.Tbfield. 25yi0a 
Wales r. Ireland, i in 1 i 
WeUIi Associ.itiun rh:dlL*nge Cup. 1 ; 8 A 
\Ve«uniiiat*-r r. Charterhouse, 1 /« 7 «i 
— :)ch«^v>l V lull- u.;e >hiel 1, li w< 12 c 



Bports and Sporting y^continued). 

FihMb:i]l, Wesimiiiuter r. Old Westminsters, 

4 w 1 2 'I 
West Brumwich Albion p. Aston Villa, 8 

/ lOr 

r. Old ^Rrthu^i«ns. 25 ? 10 a 

p. Old We tniiustera. \n f 1 d 



West-Knd r. VuIckhj!, 4 / 10 t/ 

Wtat Kent r the Caj«nnls. 8 w 12 6 

- Yorkhire (Miallenge Cup, \ ml d'%m 12 

^—15 >M 7 / — 22 m M> f/— 2J> m U'e 

Yorkshire r. Che^hire. \o f 7 d 

Fox Club. Meetii.g. 25 / Kr-1 mi 9 f 

Foxhounds, I'oi^oningof.at Knst Grinstead, 

9}/i 10 / 

Garth Hunt, Annua! Dinner, 24 / 10 c^ 

Golf, H f 10 />- HI III 10 /- 

Oxfoid V. Camhiidge. 12 m 5 d 

CUxxIwood Hounds, o t \0 d 

(iriifton Hounds. H / 4 / 

Giand XMtional Hunt and Malton &fcetin^. 

It) w 10 /-2(> III \i)h 

Gronse in Yorkshire. 9 / 6 / 

Her Majentx's Soighounds. 2 t 7 c— fi; 5 / 

— Kw H « -30 '/ 3»- -3/ (5/— 6 / 6c-17 / 9'« 
—20 ir (\c 

ilo'.derness Hunt. nO m 8 rf 

Hunting Appointments. 2 / 7 A—'.) ; II «— 

IG /7 rf— 23 ; in e-3il / V <•- I / 1 » /— 6 / 7 rf 

— 13/7 //— 20/ IOfi-27/6f— 6 m 14 a-8 m 
^»-iH m 12 //-2(. Ml 10 fc— 27 « 8 « 

St^ason 27 w 4 a 

in Yorkshire. 2 / 6 /* 

ilurwiirih Hunt New Mastership. 8 w 9 /" 

Kemproii Park 1-ebruary Meeting 2/75 

— 3 / 7 /I-4 / H) (t 

^ Mareh Meeting. 9 w 5 e— lOin 10 6—11 

M 7 //-1 8 m 12 r 



Open Meeting. 27 / 12 tf 

— KiliUHli Ste» plec'h.iPe. Compensation Award 
to vir. Glee^on for 1 j iry to his Mare, 2 tu 10 6 

— Lawn IVnniH— Cambridge UniTersitj v, 
Hyd' I'.uk 10 >4i 10 '* 

— i,eic:e!»?« r Spring Meeting. 15 1 106—4 /"ID 6 

— Lincoln Spiing Meeting, l5 > 10 6—4 / 10a 
— 12 / 7 /-20 / 1(1 a— 23 m lOe— 24 yj 10 « — 
25 Ml 7 />-27 w Hd 

Haces. 22 m 10 o 



Liverpool Spring Meeting. 15 ; 10 h — 4 / 10 

o— 12 / 7 /— 2<» / H) ti— 2tiy 10 J— 25mi7o— 
2(i HI 10r/-2l> III 10 r 

.Mid K« nt Staghounds. 29 m 9 /* 

Newmarket i laveu Meeting, 8 _;' 7 6— 4/ 

10 6 

Nice Hmcos. 19/ H A— 25 ; 10 n 

Northampton and Fytcliley Hunt Meeting, 

15 / l(» h_4 ' ;(► u — Mi m 8 "—31 /« H 6 

Oxford and Cambiidge Boat Race. 18 } 7y 



--25 ; 8 t-l / 8 <i -8 / 10</— l« / 13 tt— 22/ 
8 M — I III « •« - « iM It) r/— 15 M 7 ./— 17 m 10 f 
— 18 m H /r — 19 M 10 </— 22 m 10 (V— 23 in II 6 
—24 w 8 r— 25 lu 1 e— 26 ui 10 «— 27 mi 8 /— 29 
m lOr— SO/N 12 k— 31 m I2</ 

— I'ugiliHiu -Friz J Fight, no^r Birminghana, 
Holder v. Fearce. 29 j ii d 

Frixe Fi^ht in Faris between Smith and 

Greentleld, 17/66 



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Sporte and Spo ting {continued), 

I*«ri« l<iii:e«<. '^9 w in d 

" PrizefijjhUTS. ImprMonnient of. S i G a 

Knv nn Ktitrie^ for \M6, 23 9 \'6 a 

Riii*qiiet«. ;JI /« 8 h 

Ufffiita Henley. 1 » 6 d-\H itt 12 e 

Note on. I» m 10 // 

Sale of ft re} hnumln. It / 10 5—20 / 6 /— 25 ; 

10 M— I M 7^— 2»/« \{) d 
YeJiTlmje of I8H5. 4 ; « e 

■ SMndown I'ark Nptini; Mectiiifr. 15 / 10 h — 
24 / lUc— 25 /*G b—2ii/ \J ti—A III 12 rf-6 m 
lU a—tim iOV/ 

■ Mnrcli Meetinir. 9 «i r> « 
Secon-l Spring Meeting, 2G/ lOr/— 5m 10 



a — S m 12 '1 

Scull«*r8 liaco— Perkins ". Largnn. 6 / 8 «• 

Sculling (hanipiomhipofilie VVoiM—Beach 

r. Mnlt«T8on. 4 / H a 

Sknting— Nationil Skating A8iM)ciation, 9 ; 

We 

- Spring Handioips. 8 / 10 'i 

Trttter-airs. 2 ih lO fi—9ii w 8 A 

- Vienna Jockey Club. I 1 G A 

Weights for the Spring Handicaps. 20 / 7 <» 

»— VVeiit Strei-t HHniers. lieiiignation of Earl 

Granville as the Mastership of, 1/66 

Waterloo Cup. 16 Mr- 1 7 / 7'</— 18/ 12 a 

Yachcing— ADiericai) Challenge Cup, b jod 

York and Ainsty Hunt. 25 m 5 /" 

6pottiswoode(G. A.) Mr. Si^pottiswoode^s Appeal, 

2/ 4 / 
Spurgeon (Rev. C. H.) Health of, 18/9 /*— 1 J 7 
, «-«./ 4 f 

Stanley (Col.) on Coloninl Aflfrtirn, 5/ 10 f 
Btanhope (Hon K.) at Morncastiu. 1 / 12 n 
Stanhope (Kdw.) on Mr. Gladstone and Funda- 
mental Lflvr. 21 in 8 6 

in Lilleoln^lli^e. 18/ \'6 c 

at Sheffield. 18/ «'i 

StanlfV (II. M.) Notice about, 14 / C « 
Stanton ( W. .1.) on Koad Uepnirs 22 / 4 d 
btHplei'(Lord Mayor) Appeal for the Unemployed, 

16 in ii /'— 3i in Ml / 
(John) Distressed Post Office Serrants, 18 

16/ 
Star pf India. Orders Conferred, 1 ; 7 s— 2^ 10 

6; 3^—3/ 13 #1—17 / 12 a 

- Life Assurance Society. 1 1 m 11 A 

Stars, Phoiogrsiphiiig Fifteen Millions, 11 ; 13 a 
State- 1 Erected Colonization and .Mr. Gladstone, 
167 8 6 

- Deputation to Karl Granville on, 20y 7 f 
State Trials Committee. 11 w 10 a 
Siatonieiits of Excess. !9 to 3 /* 

Stationery Office. ParltanieDtary Paper on, 20 m 

4// 
Statistical Society. Papers Kead before, 20 ; 10 a 
StHTeley (?oal and Iron (Vnipjiny, 1/ 1 1 c 
Stead (V. T.) Relea«>e of. 16 / 12 cZ—iW^' 7« 
Steam Engine, a Centenarian at Whicbread's 

Brewery. 12 / 4 A 
^::— Hollers. 15/6 
^teamship Owners* Mutual Protection and In- 

di*niidty Association. 15 / 1 1 « 
Stephens (Sir James) on the Irish Question. 4 y 

8 a— 5 / 12 a^ 1 j^ a-2\ ih a 



Stephen C»T. F.) on the Irish Questifm. 21 / 8 a 
Stewa.t C'ol.) Memorial to, in the Chapel of 
Cht'ltonhrtin Collfue. 23 tu 12 n 

(Sir I >onahI ) Freedom of the City of London 

Conferred on. 16 / 9 /* 

(Sir H.) and the President of the Tranivaal, 

24 / I2« 

«- Dii.ner to. by the Grocers* Company, 25 

t'U^r 
Stillman (W. J.) on the Greek Question. 80j 8 b 
Stock Exchange Clerks' Providence Fund, 4 / 

II d 
Stfden Property of, at Cardiff. 4 w 10 / 
Stone ColRns, Discovered in Cottesbrooke 

Chnrciiyard. 26 w 13 e 
Stoney (K. V.) the Land Question in Ireland, 7 

/ 10 / 
Storr f F.) on the (^harterhouse. 2 / 10./ 
tUorrar ( D.) Notice about. 16 m 10 b 
Strachan (G. K.) on iioad Hepairs, 22 ii a^$ f 

14 a 
Stn-et (— ) Memorial to 18; 8 A— 1 1 m 1 1 (/— 24 

m 9 « 

Monument. Unveiling of. 25 m 8 e 

Accident. Damages for, 20 j U) d 

Cleansing in the We:»t-End. 2 i 1 1 rf 

Obstruction in London. \2 f 6 d 

Streets. Slate of. 9 / 7 /— 1 1 ; 6 /— 18 no /*— 14 

i 1O//-I0 /fi /-1o 76</— l8/6c— 19/ 10/ 
8TR££T TaAUWAYB: — 

Anglo- Argentine, 24 m 11 /— 29 w 11/ 

I arcelona. 2i< / 1 1 d—2ii m 1 1 d 

Belfast, Jl / 1 1 f/— 30 1 1 1 «-6 /lis 

Bordeaux 29/ II /-30 / II e-17/11 </ 

Bradford. 5 / 1 1 e-13 /ll e 

and Shelf, 13 / 1 1 c 

Bristol. 4 /« M c 

Burnley and District, 15/ 11 « 

Calais, idi \l d 

- Calcutta, 2 / I : A -30 m 11 r 

(^arthagena and Ilerreiias Steam, 19 m liy 

—3.) Ill W e 

City of Para, 2 /ll a 

ot (Jermany. 8/11 e 

Glasgow. 15 / il e— 18; 10/ 

Hull. 13/ 11 <^ 

Imperial. 23 / 1 1 c/-l / 1 1 c 

Leeds, 30 / 1 1 e- 11 / 1 1 s 

Leipsic. 2 /w lie 

Lincoln. 4 ^ 1 1 rf 

Liverpool United. I / 11 c 

London. 4 jH h-o't 11 f-H j 11 e— 19^ 

II <Z-29 > 11 /-S /lie 

Southern. 19 m 11 /'— 29 m U f 

North Londcm, 12 / 11 d 

Metropolitan. 14/11 e—27 J 12 r 

and its Employes, 4/8 ^— 5 Alls 



SUflf«>rd8hire. 2rt ; 11 /— 10 / 12 c 

Provi cal. 22/11 «-l m 12 b 

Sout h l^ondon, 2 w 1 1 c 

Souihampfon, 30 / II e— 9/ 11 d 

Souihwarkand Deptford. 5/ 1 1 c— 16./ 1l.<£ 

State of Shares iu Companies, see every 

day^s paper 
Sunderland, 15/11 «— 21 / 11 cf 

Union, 27 ? 12 c 

Stretton ((\ E.) Delays on Railways, 26 / 8 s 

90 



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PAI.MKK'S INDKX TO " THK TIMES NEWSPAPKB. 



[Jan. 1 to 



8TBIKE8: — 

— in Heltitnni and Riot*. 27 w 7 A_3J m 5 A 

• — of I lie liienksnu'n on ihc* Southern I'nciftc 
Hnilrutiil. 20 / 5 // 

— of i ubnicn. Train Drivers. &c. in Uunte, 21 

of {"liiHT Mnkorn in New York d^y. 15/6 

c/« I M / 5 / - 2 1 in #/— 22 / 5 r — I I / n / 

of H.<.<>(» i !.»ak Mnkpri in New York. 25 wi 5 r 

of Colli'Tn in Nt*w Yurk llarbfMir. 22 m o d 

neiir Liege, 22 mi h d^2H m 5 c~ 24 w 5 a 

— 26 m .*» ff — 2 I »i 5 //— 81 m 5 h 

Mt Merthyr. 2.') /lie 

in MonnloutIl^I1i^e. 8 / f» « 

at the Moiion);;ihela Kiver Mines, Pitrs- 



burfe Cloaing of by u.UUO New licsuniinj; Work, 

• in the Pen nay 1 van ian Coke Kej^ion. 23 j 5 

« -2i» t .1 r — (> / n */-« / o I — 22 ' {» / 

— - Curpenlers and Joiners of New York, 10 
w b h 

— ^ of the Cotton Weavers in Franco, 4/0 r— 

— in ihe (utnberltind Coal liegion in Mary- 
land. *.* m 5 n 

— of ( arpenters, Joiners and GlaziiTS in Basle, 
81 M h e 

Ni the Guft Ironworks 17 / 5 fc 

— in I he llo-^iory I'rmle. at Leicester. 9 r 4 / 
-> 12 / b r— 8/0 a- 16 / 8 6-IU / 5 /— 18 / 
lU c 22y y f 

in I he lr<in Trade, at l*re.<»ton. 22 m f? h 

— in ilif LIunbt'ris Qu-irrie.i. 2 e—njlf 

— and I-oek Out at Cohoeji, New York, 12 
w 6 h 

— of the Men of the Mnnhatta (?onip my, 7 
j b c 

of the All ham r„lli(.ry. Kn<l of. 10 / <5 / 

— ^ (if the Mnters in France, 1 in (it — 2 in 5 6 — 
4 M h ti 

at Palcyret. 21 f 1 d 

— — — in >co Imd, 7 ; 6 r 

o I the .^hs^ouri und Pacifij Railways. 8 m o 

^ — 1(1 in 6 ^— 1 1 Hi 6 /*— 12 nt bj'—\b m 5 c — 10 
IN 5 //— ly m l(» r— 22 m « r 

— in the Nord de Gilly < olliery, 27 m 7 b 

of ^hipbuildl•r8 on the 1 yne. ^ic, 7/11 6— 

8 ;t»r- 2.1 / 10 /' 

-^— of the Shoemakers of Chicauo, 10 m •> A 

of Workmen at Llandulas, 5/7 / — 12 / 8 6 

—80 / 6 / — 2 M» / 

— — at Smethwick Screw \Vnrk% Netilefolds, 
Birmingham, 27 y I2rt— I M\if^l,n 11 c- 8 
M lo« 

of Tramcar Drivers in New York, 6^6 c— 

6 Ml 7 c/— 16 lu 5 c 

in TortMito. 16 m 5 «* 



in the United States. 28 m 5 f/— 25 m 6 c 

Stuart (11. V.> on Egyptian Finance. 8 / 11/ 

on Irish Land Purchase. 2H m .S h 

Stubbs ( >r. J. W.) on the Depression of Iribh 

luTesimentd. 18 m II s 
t^uccession Duty and Souiertot Flouie, Note, 1 1 

m 12' 
Suffolk. New Lord Lieutenant of, 8 / 9/ 
Sugar, »€€ Producb Market 

- Femambuco Market, 4 6 4 

101/ 



Sugar Ronnliei. Conference at Westminster Pal- 
nee Motel oil, 27 M 12 cf 
SUICIDES: — 

Kn^laud and Wales, a Paper Read before 

the Ku\ m) ScIi«n>I of MincH mu. 18 / (W 

- .los« ph Aigiier, tbe Portrait Painter, at 
Vienna L'tl / lu /' 

Mr. Win. Arthur, a Banker, at Oxford, It 

; fi 'I 

— liourin, a Volunteer, at Fontaioebleau, 81 
»i 18 a 

M. (^heyre, a Rich Braailian, at Monaco, 9 

jbd 

Rand•(^irpo^al ("ompton in llounslow Bar* 

racks. II / <>#/— 18 / '.) t 

('apt. Farre. after Murdering Two Persona, 

at <\illi(>nre Franco 2(» w lO / 
Win. (iirliiiif. after Attempting to Murder 

Mr. W. Price, in Islington. 8 w 7 « 

a Man. at Farrini^don Street Railway Sta* 

tion <> / i> h 

from Clifton Su«pt i-Mon Rridgi*. 6 / 6 r 

at Klliam. near I^hi tjrbLry. by Shootiug 

hirnseir, 'A f 7 d 
at King's (>o9S Station, by Cutting his 

Thrmit. 12 ; !> « 

Mr. Matealfe after Murdering his Wife, al 

Briuhton. 2>'> /» 1 1 / 

Meere. a Man nam d. after Attempting: to 

Mmder Annie Jones at iiirmin^h.-im, 8 / (> s 

Father KoiMtschek in the C^apucliin Monas- 
tery, at Almiitz. 2U m (> /' 

C N. >ampson, from Clifton Suspension 

Bridge. 2i> » !<• / 

- Jninefl Sco'ch. in the Atlantic, from the Citg 
of CJet-r. 81 III 8 h 

lU-nry .*^hi»rrock. near l>arwen 3 / 6 /* 

Robert M:tn..er8 Sprig^^e in Russia Court, 

City I / 8 / 

Harriet Stillburn. after Drowning her Two 

C h:l Iren. at tlutton AmH P.) m 12 h 

Wni. I Irnry Walki-r. m M nn-hester. 23/ 1 1 e 

Rev. Alfred Watton. at Uur»lem. 21 j 9/ 

a Wi.nnin. in New York by ju.nping front 

the High Bridge over Spuyten Duyvd Creek, 

'• S. M. A. Wood, at Ramsgate. A f6 a 

a Young Woman, from Blackfriars Bridge, 

18/ 12 /' 

Attempted, of Annie Sullivan, from the 

Steamer Su"Jlowri\ A i ii h 

of Loiii«a Knight, after Murdering her 

Infant, in « lerkenweU. 18 / 5 / 
Sunday Arrest, Action about. 2rt / 10 d 

Music. Notes on, 22 jn 8 6-24 m 8 c— 27 

m 4 c 

- Ohser\'ance. 7 / 4 / 

Opening of Mufteumi, 18 m 12 </— 19 ai 10 c 

19 iM ll./-25Mi9e 

Question, 2 I b e 

S«»ciety. 15 / 6 f — 22 /"fi 6—20 « 9/ 

Tradin;; in Jersey, a Test Case. 7 f ^ f 

Sundcrlatid ( \. W.) Premiums on (ifflcers In 

Time of War, 2« m 1 1 6 
-^ Shipowners* Society, Annual Meeting, 6 / 

10 e 
Surgeons, Royal College of List of Past Exsiuln- 



March 31, 1886.J 



PALMER'S INDEX TO ** THK TI3IE8 " NEWSPAPER. 



The 



ation, 16 i* 12 r— 16 ; 4 /— 20 / 8 r— 22 ; 4 /*— 
27 ' 8 /— 2M /«rf--2»7 8€i — 12 / <;6 
6USP£KSI0KS :— 

- m^ilnrt. y\U. Bnitk«r8 of Cjilnls, 5/116 

lilaiit^vre W «'ji\in^ l\iiii|«iny. .> / rt r 

«>— Jiritir^ Mfdical And GeiMSTHl Life Associa- 
tion. iA) M b u 

- Couuuercial of Bank of South Australia. 25 
/ 11 /' 

Kill nf Ion and Son. 8 H4 c 

- — Elliott and ^ohs. 9 t II; 

hanlCMntltf. Huie ik Cak. 8 / 8 r 

- Jersey Uanking (*oii«pnny, 12 ; fi fc— 14 / 6 r? 
— 16; 6r~l6 / »i /— 6 / <» o— 1(5 /"a «— G m 10 
a«-23 M !^c~3l m Hid 

• — Marric'r, Fre<lfriok. 27 m \\ f 
Mamhail, T. .1., 18 m 13 / 

- - Munster Hnnk. Mi j II d- 2 /" </-<) m « /< 
of i'orsfoid, tH>uttiaU 4 Co.. of WutHng 

8trt«t. 14 / II // 

- of SsfeotV Bank in Caliis, IC ; 5 /" 

of ^tow (IMvid; Si Co., of idol Lane, 20 m 

11« 

Sirick. James. 9 / 7 f 

Tontn^ VV. T. v\ic(' iilljigh. 5 / 4/ 

- Walker. V, snd .1.. H / /* 

Kwrnin (Kev. Kobi.; on Truro Cnihedral, 6 m 10/* 
8wMll^ea Harbour Trust, 2it ill/' 

- iuipro%vuiHUs and Tramways Compnny, 17 
/ll tf-22/ 11./ 

K<»yal and South Wales Union Friendly 

Society. Affairs ot. 26 m )\ h 

I weflen. lx'K<»ltttive l^rocecdings, 16 /« 6 c 
Swedish Mi uster. o j \) f 

K tival Author*, 12 / 3 c 

SWITZBALAND: — 

tt i'atliotic UiiiviTsity nt Fribourg Founded 

in. \ ui 6 e 

— — .ew Fecit siiMtiral Law. 23 m o H 

the Si'inpiu:h Quli>cciiti-nary. 2U m t» f 

S^tlnty (Karl; Iteulih of. 12 m ii /— 13 fM 11 / 
^^mons (G. J.) on a t old Fcbiuary, 2 m 10 / 
t>yrian Kinigxauis, 26 ut 6 a 

T. 
Talbot (J. E.)on the Severe Weathor, 12 ; 6 / 

U ol. iloii. W. V.) lllneMi of, 3i m » 6 

TnUow, %ee TKObUCE Aiaukkt 

Tate (tl.) liouation for a l^verpool Hospital, 30 

Taxation of Ground Uents, 18 /m 6 cf 
'^iiy bridge. 4 / i3 </ 

Tttjlor (J. E.) the Turner Drawings at the Royal 
Academy. '^^ t 4 e 

(\\.) on the Hiot in f^mrlon. \\ f H f 

- — on I ivil ^e^vil■e '1 r<idinir. 26 m 6 / 

^ & Co.. and EdeUtoii WdlianiM & Co.. of 
Birndiighain Hegiaieied as a Liuiiteil Liitbility 
Coutl>a.:y, 3 1 m i I /' 
Ti'HS. Mote on Adulterated. 7/11 b 
liAcheis' viu.ld. Annual Mivting. 22 «m 6/ 
'Jeebide Iron and Engine ^ 'ouipany. 2 w II *i 
Telegraphic ('ouuuuniuaikju with iho Continent, 
liepuiatiuii about. 26 i IJ c 

- i^ouipauiea aiid Scientific Exploration, 26 
mSe 



TELEGRAPHS :— 

Alfhre\iai(Hl Addre^^es, Deputation to the 

PostiMn^ter oil. ^'i m HI / 

FoiUiM. Iniiiation of, 25 ? M // 

•— -r liuliunientM IniitntvrMients in. 9 f 11 / 
-•— >uie,^>n >he Delivery of. 4 ih 13 h 
— .l\i««ij)*llce Heuins. IH / M« W 
to' i4ie«l<t/;'i«nHiuris of Justice. 27/6 h 

Wires Ovei-itMfdi i,/ 6 r- » ; 7 '-9 / 6 /-• 

11 / Hr/- 12 / Htl.-~in/7 / — 19 f M c 

betwi^en America udd -A u«trnl'a, 26 ; 10 c 

- Ai glo-Atiiericnn, 6 J 11 c/- 23^ Jt c/- 30 j 
11 «-ii / \\ d '^ : -'i - *' 

BrHziliin Subinsrino, 23 / 11 d—T'St "51 c 

Con.<»truction and \lMiMtenaitct% IO/l2r«-- 

JJ3 / n /,— 24 ,„ 1 1 ^_8 w II r 

Cuba Subinanjie, 21 ; II c/— 2J; 11 /-4 / 

lie 

Direct Spnnii«h. In w* 1 1 /? 

United Stales Cable, 9/11 if— 16 /lis 

—26 / 1 1 rf 

K.a^te^n. 14 ; 11 «— 23 » 11 c 

(;iohe. 6/ \\ e-'6\ m\\ e 

— — Inilian. J / n e 

the New IViBian Gulf Cable, R<*port on, 25 

;3 u 

IVkin nnd Kinkhtn Proposed. \9 m n h 

Stale of shares in C^napanied, aat tvery 

diiy*H futftcr 

- Snbinaiine. 8/11 «-12/ II rf— 18/ II e 

Wtur Coast «»f Anieric.1. 14 / II e 

Wrsrern Unittn. II »• 5 « 

and Uraziliaii. I ; 8 r/ - 14 / 1 1 «!-25 ; 11 d 

Telephone C'Oinpany of Austria, 3 / 11 «— 10 / 

I2r 

of Egypt. 18 w 11 ti 

• Poles, Acii.«n about. 19;8<? 
Temperance Drill U«*. IVoi^ecution for Selling with- 
out a Lict'OM', *.i / 7 r 

Legislation, ("ouference on, at Piince*s Hall, 

27 / 4 h 

Deputation to Mr. Chnmlwrlain on, 13 in 5 a 

Temple. Inner. Dinner. 2 1 j r* /" 

New IJendiers. 3 / 9«-l2 / 11 6 

Miildle. Giai.d Day. 2« i II / 

( Jinrcli. I^i»t Services, i m H f 

Texan Land and Morttrsue Company. 6 /lis 
Tliainert ConSirvancy. New liy«I<aw. 20 w 7 s 

- and Mer.«ey Marine insurance CoiU{Miny, 16 
; II A 

Theatres and Music llalU, Annual Inspection of, 

»«'./ 7/ 
in London, Deputation to Government 

about. 1 1 IH h it 

in 1^8.-.. 14 / 13 a 

THEATRES. dEC : — 

Adelphi. Uoyal Visit to. 23 w 12 a 

Avenne Royal Visit to 2 / 9 / 

Bath Phdharmonie Society, the ** Martyr oC 

Antioch " Performetl by. Ht Bath. 9 m 10 c 

— ^ BrahniiV New Symphony. 5 / 6 c 
— - Brandram'A liicitals. 12 / 10 <^ 
^— Bri)£hioii Theatre, 1 1 w 7 r 

BruKseU Opera -" Saiut Megria " at, 4 in 5tf 

— — (^iiQiHly. 26 HI 4/ 

Court, 29 i« 7 6 

\ KovhI Visit to, 21 7't> / -80 m 10 « 



«A 



The 



PALMKK^a INDEX TO '* TIIK TIMKS " NfeWSPAPKR. 



[Juu. 1 to 



Theatres {continued). 

Uovi-nt ijarilei» Circus, Iloyal Visit to, 7/7 

c— IS Mi /-« f 6 U 

^- Criterion. I'o i S a 

\io\n\ Visit to, 2* m 10 «-i?3 m 10 6 .. " 

l*rur>' Lane. Uoyal Visit to, 1 / 9 / .^ " . 

- Empire, <> /« lo a ,-•.!'."- 
UoyHl Visit to. « w 1 1 / 



* • M • 



at 



- Mr. GuAiavti l^>iK'St'^l>)nrertV2^ ;*7 e 

** Faiiette*' by tUn Ituagi'iJl^era ('ompaiiy, 

Liverpool, ISf^ 6 *'. *, • '• 

M. teb.vre m Lotirlon. 12 / 5 c/ 

• - -^-A. — ^ Ro>ttl Viiiit to, lU ; yy 
^^^J* Globe, I r H r 
' " Mr. lliflPord Harrison's Uecitais, 1 / 10 / 

Hayniarket. 4 / <» t -6 / 10 J— 18 /"B /—1 1 

m 7 r—lo Ml 12 6 

KnKlisli Opera Rt. 12 /^ / 

Koynl Visa to, 13 j 10 a — 14 ; 6 a— 3 / 

9e-lS) / 10 / 

Her Msj^'Bty's 15 / 7 e— 1 vi 10 c— 8 m 7 / 

Note on, H /// H» „ — 12 m 10/* 



— Hissing in. Note on. o / 7 / 

— London ISalbul roncerf, 15 ; 10 /* 

— Loudon MiiHical SSociery s (^oncerts, 15 m 
10 6 

— Lyceum. ** Fausi ** at. Notes on, 2/ 10 rf— 6 
mil/ — 6 w <i a 

Royal ViMt to, 1 2 / 9 /"- « / 1 o /— 24 w 9 / 



— Monday Popular Concerts. 12 ; 6 /— 2rf ; 3 
/_ 1 7 / 4 /-_2G / 18 f -2 w t'^r-'^.m b rf— 2 "> 
in4 /' 

Madanie Sclinmann at. 3o m 5 ! 



— New, at Oxford, Openint; I'erlonnance, 15 
Jl e 

— Novelty. 27 /« 4 d 

— Olympic, 1 7« lo ^—22 m 10/ 

— Opera (^»ni:qiie, 12 / 13 e 
lii»yal Vi«u to. It; HWi— 18 / 5 « 



— Opera in Kn^land. Note on. Kl m 13 c 

Plidharmonic vUincvrts. 22 / </— 6 m fi/— 

19 m 10 ti 

i'ianoforte Kecitals 29 m 7 6 

Prince's. 211 / « f/- ly m 1 1 A 

Hoyal Vijjit to, 1 / 9 r—M / 6 e— 16 / 5 e 



— 19 w 9 t' 

Hall • Kch.ies of Hillas " at, 27 / 5 a 

■■■ Mr. Hnd .VI ir. Hentchel's Vocal liecitals 



Theatres ( nntinaetl), 

St. James's Hall, I^indon Ballad Concerts 

at. 18 / SW 

Ntivello's Oratorio ConcertR. 3/3 / — I m 



9 /— 4 lit o e 

M. de PachmannN iiecital. ^ t h f 

Strolling IM.iyeri at, 22 / 12 /> 



Ht, IH M o «! 
— Princess's 22 / 3 c 

iioyal V^isit to. I m 9 /~4 m C t 



li«)yalty. 12 ; 6 <?r-| / « c— 12 / 13 r — Ifi / 

7e — II m 7c—28m« 9 s 
Royal Visit to, 27/10 6-13/9 s— 2C ) 

8 c/— !«'//' 10 6—18 m 9 /— 25 m 7 « 
" Kuy Bias." Performed at the Ri>yal Court, 

LiTerpool, bj^f 
— Saturday Popular Concerts. 19 / 6 e 

8avoy, Royal Visit to, 8 ;« 9 /— 31 w 9 < 

St. Jame«*s. 15 / 9 / 

Royal Visit to. 22 / 10 6—20 / 6 /— 6 m 



10 c~26 m 9 / 

— St. James's Hall, Bach Choir at, 27 m 4 c 

Bache*s Concerts at, 10 / 13 a 

Mdlle. Kleeberg's Recital st, 26/ 12 d 

102 



Standard. 1 1 m 7 r 

'ro.)le'r», « / 10 // 

Vaudeville, 13 .• 10 tf — 1 ^8 r— 12 ni 5 / 

ThicknesHe (Archdn.) u House of Laymen, II 

; 10 / 
Thompson (C.) on Civil Service Trading, 27 w 

12 a 

Tliom.son (J.) the Fate of Bp. Hanningtun, 18 / 

13 6 

(Wm.^ on the American Mails— a PosUl 

Curiosity, 18 m 10 /* 
Thornton (Sir K.) Movements of, 20 / 7 «— 2fi / 

10 6_-Ii; / 7 6 -18 / i» r' 

Thorpe (W. G.) on Income Tax from Iniliaa 

Stock^ IS m II 6 
**'lhrfe Acris and a Cow," Notes on, 5 m 13 </ — 

8 /w 6 / 

Rev. Mr. I^yves's Correspondence on, with 

Mr. ( hambcriain. &c.. 25 / 5 */ 

Thring (li.) on the Tnuniiig of Schoolnmsters. 8 

/ {\tl 
Thunderstorm. Fatnl. in the Mtdlmds. 14 ; B // 
Thurlow (Loid) on Sunday Opening of .Vluseums, 

lt» /« II / 
Thynne (Lord Chsis.) Notice about. 2ft w 8 c 
Tibet. Openinij of Trah* with, 11 / 5 « 

MivSCL'llaiK-ous News. J.*» / 5 «— 28 / 5 « — 16 

thd 

Tilby (T. .M.) Dis-establishment and Church 

Reform. 8 » 10 d 
Tin ley & Co.. 20 ,a VS e 
Tii)S, ^ i 12 V 

N»ite on, 5 7 13 6 

Tillies, (harj^e against Four Farm»»rs and » 
Labourer at liiddenden, for AssauUii^^ an 
Auctioneer. 26 / 5 « 

Co.nMintaiion Septennial Averages. 6 / 6 </ 

Kxiraordmary, Abolitim of, 1 / 1.) a— 21 

New Rill. I<^ w 8 6 

Re.leniption Trust, Meeting;. II A 6 / 

Tobacco Cultivation in Kus-ia 8 i/i 4 / 
Tidiaia Mining (Company. 2<^/ II r 

ToNtid (I'ounl F^eon) .S»»iice about, 15 m la — 22 
M 9 / 

Tonquin and Annam lA m 5 d 

Tooih (A) Atnerii-an Publishers and English 
Copyright. 2() m 5 6 

Torring Oil Lorl) Should the National League 
be Prodiiuied. 7 i 7 f 

Totte ham High Schthd for Girls, Annual Dis- 
tribution of Prizes, 30 ill 6 

Tower Bridge, the Queen will D'ive the First 
Pile. 5 a W d—i\ in IJ s 

oif London. Re-opened to the Public, 81 m 

11 d 

Towers and Spires. Note on the Hebullding and 
Preservation of Our Ancient, 2/4 /— 19 / 4 d 
Town Holdings, 25 mi 9 e 
Trade Mark i*rotection Society, 16/11 6 



Maroh 31, )Me.] 



PALMB1l*8 IMOLX TO ** THE TIMES** MKWSPAFBR. 



JJnc 



IVftde. Board of, Noiicet, 6 f 7 a-9 / 12 a— 2U j 
11/^27 « 14 o 

Rtfturnt. 8 i II 6-8 A*!! b*8 m U 6 

of Shipiiinir, 2 ; 1 1 a 

DopraMtoii of, 2 / H r— 18 ml f 

in tlM North of Knglund, 7 ; 8 a 

Note on, 19 /4 c/ 

of the PMt Ttfur. 18 i 8 6 

- Reports, wee ^rery </<ry*« fHtper 

Rojml ConuuiMion on. 7 / 1(1 /*~14 i 6 «— 14 

» 6«'20>9/~21 9 IU/-2H» 7A-29» 10 A— 
l2/'n«— 26» Uy— 6 m IU6~I8 m 11«*19 
M II & 

State of« «fe eetff3r r/ivy*« paper 

TimSning ship Cltrtm: Mutiny on Board. 2 / 10<f 

*— AretkfiMa. UUturbam*e on Hoard, \ti/9j 

CUo, Annual Meeting 19 / lU /> 

•^— OtmfjtrliimU Annual .Vleetinf?. 15 m 8d 
Trmmway Eztensioni. 18 ; 4 /— Itl /Ttf / 
Tran«catpian Naphtha Sprinirt. 2H t M /* 
Tkanavaal, Qen. Sir H. Stewart and the Preiident 
of the, 24/ 12 c 

Value of Land in. 80 i 6 

TniTtUert, Uint« to, 7 > 4 ^-9 ; 10 <f-.15 / 8 6— 

29 ; 14 a 
IVcmenhaere (H. 8.) Allotment Sutlatics, 19 

; 12 6 
Trench (Abp.) Health of, 19 m 9 r-20 mU f^ 

82 « 9 /*- 2a IN 9 /— 24 M 9 /— 25 m i»y — 2tf in 

9 «^27 m ? • 

(CoL) ou the Irltih Queation, 7 i 9 /— 12 j 

10« 

(J.T.)on Mr. Morley and Kvictioni 26 f 4/ 

- (J. W.) Prospects of Property in Irtfland, 6 
>10 6 

(Rot. W. R.) on Parbh Churches Bill. 80 ; 

12 6-^9/ 18 d 

Treror (Lord) Finding of the Stolen Dianionds 

of, 2 m 10 e 
TreTelyan (Rt. Hon. O ^ ) at Croydon. 15 ; 10 </ 
'~— at the Clurdiff LiU lal iii9o<*Litiou*s Banquet, 

29 I 9/ 
Tricydee, the Crypto- Dynamic Gearing for. 19 

/4« 
Trinity House, Banquet to the Duke and l^lder 

Brethren of« by the Lord Mayor, 15 / 8 a 

Special Cou^-t, 9 / 9 / 

Tiower (U. S.) on the ham Yard Soup Kitchen, 

19 /4 a 
Tmro Cathedral. Note on. 5 m 10 ^ 
Tuke (Dr. D. H.) on the Lunacy Bill. 18 m II / 
Tnlloeh (Rct. Princi|>nl) Health of. 10 / t» / 
~— Pension to his Widow, 9 m 9 /-Itf m 9 « 

and the Queen. 81 m 9 / 

Tnnia— Diplomatic News. 9 1 5/ 

- Inundations in, 15 ^6 « 

>— - Miicellaneoiis News. 19 ; 6 i» 
Tttpman (Lt.-Col.) on Uncut BiniIcs. 2 ; 7 c 
Turcoman Desert, Proposed Irri8«ii(«n of, 1 1 ««. 9 / 



«— and Bulgaria, 6 ; 5/— 2ft 1 10 e—^ m 10 tf 
-^ Crete Offered as a Pledge to England fur a 
l^oan, 6 IN 7 A 

— Diplomatic News. 18/6 s-2*V 5 6-25 f 
10/--3n5<i~6m 7«— I2m5/ 

— Finanoee of, 4 ; t( f-7 ; G c— 25 / 10 /-a 
» 8 a* 15 m 6 c «17 m 5 il 



Tuikej (coniinuifdy, 
and Kngtiind. I8 m 7 e 

Cflorerninent and the OttooMO Bank, 8 m 5 

</~18iff Id 

and Greece. 15 w 5 6 

^Ugh School for Girls in Constantinople, 22 

/5A 

Illnet« of Hobart Pa«h>i. 29 w 6 6 

«— ot the iEcumenicHl Patriarch, 2/5 d 
Import Duties 4 > ti e 

and Italy. H w is a .81 la 5« 

Mi«cellaneoU!i Newa 8 / t{ /'~9 mXOd 

New System of Collocing Tithis. \%J 6e 

Occupation (if .MaMUMwah 7*56 

— ^ Orders (*onferretl by the Sultan, 1 m 6 c 
and Persia. 19 / |(« /<~2 • m 7 a 

Pulilic Debt. 18 ; H <r— 17 / 5 # 

Itelitfious Liliertv in 21 ; 10 /* 

— — > the Snidff Suppressed, >ft / 5 / 

—~ Suppression of the Ei9t^in Ex, tress the only 
local Knglt h Newspiiper. 11/56 

TobHi-co Kegie. IH 1 6 e^-i / 8 «— 5/6«— 8 

m 8 6^11 w Ae — 12 m5 /^*M im & f 
Turkish KiubaMV. 5 ; » /— 28 ; 9 / — 12 / ft 6 
Turner (J. 11.^ on the Central Chamber of Agri- 
culture. 9/11/* 

( \\^ our Buildings in Lincoln's Inn, 12y 4/ 

Turnerelli (P.) and the Speiiker. 3 » / 9 /* 
Turnem' ronipnuy. Hn.iquet, 12 / 10 ti 
Tvkeedy (.lohn) the Loynlisis in Ireland, 12; 18 n 

DilflL'uIiiert of Iri-.h La idltmN. .{ / (> a 

Tiverton VMiurch, near Bath, Re-opeiiing of, 25 

;8/ 
Tyndall (Professor) Health of, 19 m 9 / 

U. 
Un(•l^imed Depo^ifs and Stock, New Bill, 3 / 4 / 
VSOuMttED BI7IDi:.4Di :- 

Al>M*liiin. A«lHii C. 2i»/ I 6 

Andrew. C. B., 20/1 /* 

AmIiWv. Iie\' ^nniuel. 5 m I e 

liHtf^linwe. Kindy. 20 / 1 6 

Bared ly. 1 1. h\. 2'J ih 1 6 

liird. Ann. II w I c 

Blniulell James H / I 6 

Iirid.4end and < 'owbridge Guardians, 9 /a 1 e 

Briw«. I'Hih.. b J \ h 

Brown. A'la.and Arabelli M., 15 ; I « 

l^iui^a il., J. E. and blleii, 15 ; 1 tf 



— ( lmrle:«. Thos., 15 / I h 

— ( hariiiifton. C., S. and li., 24 /* 1 6 

— (Maris. Margaret 8 mi 1 e 

— ( layton. W.*l., 28; I 6 

— (Miiverd, John. 1ft ; I tf 

Col< br.Mike. Sir T. E. and If., 2 m 1 tf 

— CnickiiHll. Stephen, 29 m I 6 

— (*uniifft?. K<ibt.. WJ 1 e 

— Klv. Marquis of. 9 M e 

— Fo'rd. Henry. 4/16 
Sunannah, 18 in 1 r 



Gap|>er. Mary, oj I b 
— Sarah. 6/16 
Gamide. Sarah L.. 18/1 6 
George, Kleanor A., 28 ; I 6 
Gill Kev. P. T.. 29 M I 6 
Glover. Mary A.. 25/1 r. 
Greeu, £. F. and C, 19 J 1 6 



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[Jan t to 



t: 
1 



0BclAimed Di^idendB (^contmufd). V 
Hnlei, Kev. U. C. 2tf / I c 

— Harvey. Supliin, 4; 1 6 

iiill. (^has.. i» } 1 r 

■ ■ I Eliza U„ i> m \ c 

Hunjrerfoid. U. V. F., SO nr I c 

Hu^on. Jane, b f I h 

— JiickfNin. r. J.. 6 i« 1 c 
-— - JonM. VA\ytr., 13 / I /> 

Koiiip8ort. O. S., 13/1 6 

Love, HorHiin, (! / 1 6 

-*-' Lund rrUcilla M. A., 6 ; 1 ft 
— — Mariliicr, F. J., 1 in I 6 

— MNUuhiin. Herbert. 4 /" I 6 
•'i— - Mortiiuore llarrioff, 11/16 
Mousey, Hev. W.. « » 16 

Munre. A\'P.. 13 / 1 A 

Myerff. Laiuvlot (i f \ h 

- Kfwton. J. K.. iMarv E. and J. R^ 7j V b 
NidioU, G. VV.. 26/ 1 e 

I*auli, C.I*.. 18; I *» 

IVnley, I'ev L. li., 4f fl b 

1 hillipn G. Em \2 m \ a 

Pike. JtjHn, iT *m \ e 

Pilkington. Maria. 18 m 1 

INtct'ck, Isahella J., 2 f i b 

Fogies J. E:, 2{i n c 

< KaiiiP, lUipert, 18 ; 1 A 

Keid. J. S.. 2 W I A 

— — J^jninderf . ( hriatiima IT.,. lOy 1 b 

Hiiiiton. Mniy A\, ll^/ 1 t 

i^idiiey,.'! lit»p., 9 ; I r 

S:mpW)n, Aiicirew. 16 i I c 

h'niiih Kev. F. II., 5 m 1 <; 

Ste|henhon, i»iiLe:lH, *2i\ m I h 

Stephenson. jHne I), and Eliza, 23 ; 1 6 

Stone. H. 11.. 12 ; I r 

Biitherland A. Mw 29ml 6 

-^ VniMy. Am 12 m I r 

Wndhani, Geo.. 18/16 I 

. Wniiiubl y. J. and W., 2 iw 1 o ' 

Wntirlow. S. H., 9 H 

Welib. G. W.. 1 1 w I c 

While. \V. T and Kmma A-., 27 m 1 6 

Wipaii. Orollne l<„ 10 / 1 6 

W Ide, E. A. i» ; I r 

. \\ illiams. U. B.. 12 m 1 e 

Mhry Ann, 28 ; 1 r 

\\ illifl Lt. W . \V. G. n.. 1 7 i» 1 c 

Uneiiipluy^'d Out-of-Wurk England, 19 m 18 h — 

27 m ♦i '• 

Loiid«.n, 17/8 a-26;/ 13 </-6 m 16 /"—IS 

m 4 n^ ii> •« la fi 

NotiB 17 / 7«— '9 / 14 A— 22/" 10 6— 27 

J ^ f-U M 12/»~n «i86-10 w 13 r/ 
_ the l)em:ig( gufS and tlie Local GuTernment 
a Bo:ird. lo / 7 r/ 

I ien>ofi8trMii( n at Trnfhigar Square Rioting, 

at the \Ve»t Knil 9 / 6 tf'— lO / o /— 11 y 6 «— 
12 / H)«-I3/ 7</— 15/ 7 6— 16y 6/— 17y6 
r-17 / 6 a 

«— > I )ep 11 tilt ton Mr. Chaniberlaui on, 24 / 10 a 

to tl;e Lord Mnyor. 4 / 7 a 

to the .MHrqiiis of Salisbury, Qj 8 a 



neroployed and the Local GoTemment BoArd, 
II / M'/ 

- Meeting of Memben of ParliMnent on, 7 
m%d 

to Orgfinize a Deroonstration of Meetingr 

8 /7r-4 / 7a-6/7c-8/7 /--l8/7<»— 16 
yjr—lt; ) 6«-17/5 e-IS-/ 8 a^20/18<# 
— 22 / H) fl— 2o / 6 /— 2« / 10 «-27 / 12 «— 1^ 
IN 8 6- i M lU /--2 m 10 /— 8 m 10 d^ll m la 
6 — lo m 1 r 

- Nntiunal Defences and the Relief of Dii tr eae, 
27 /4« 

Trnde Depression and Work for the, 27y 6/ 

niid Hefuue Hnrboiirs. 18 m 4 /* 

Iti«it8 in the West End of London, 10 /'S b 

Notes on the Kiot, 16 / «<1~I7 / 7 c— 23 

/lOb-27 /6 a-81 m 10 / 

Notes about. 9 / 6 r/— 10 / 6 i/ 4 a— 10 /" 7 

a^W / 6 /-H / 7 «- 11^8 6—12/ 10 6—18 
f7e )n / 8*/-"'i»ii 7 (i 

Cluiins fur Damage, &c^ 15 / 7 6* 8 m 7 



/~I8 w 10 e 

(^om pen Bat ion for Damages Done bj 



Rioters. In / T a- 

Foreign Fresiron, 10 /6 6— liy 6 6-l« 



/6«--.8 / or 

and the Home Office, 15 / 6 a 



— Official Inquiry into. IH / 9 e— 15 / 9 <f— 16 
fb /-!$» / 10 6-22/ 10 6— 24/5rf— «5/»/r 

Police ( hargea. 10 ./ 6 c— 11 /"S e—12/ 

lOo— 18 / 7 //-I7 / 6a 
I fit* 7tw/i*on. 11/66 



- Ut>lnw ul Meetings, \2 fB a 

Rt Biiniiiigham, 12/6 <t~24/10 6^M/ 

10« 

nt Brijstol. Riot. 19/ 10 « 

at G)ite»head. 24 / 10 6 

«t (iiai^gow. 12 / r 

at Mhi chewier. 19 m 5 <f 

af NoTviih 12 /6<? 

at Kotiii.phHm'24 / 10 6 

— , Mceiiipof, lO / 11/ 

— nt Muffitld. 2M / m/ 

Mnuiion House Fund 11/8 6—12 / 6 e^— ' 

18/ 7 /-If) / 7r-I6/ 6a— 17 /6e^l8/8a 
► 19 / 10 I/--JO / 12 rf-22 / 7 c/— 22 f 10 «— 
23 / 10 /— 24 / U> 6-26 / 6 /-27 / 4 rf— 27 / 
12 rt— : u, 1 1 /-8 ^ 7 c/— 4-111 11 €—6 n 7/— 
JI M 8 r— 13 III 12 /—16m 9 6 ^17 m 1241-^18 
ff> if r-20 m 14 a-24 m 10 </— 26 m 10 6^27 
m 7 # 

Noteson. 16/8 11—19 /"IS/*— 22/7*- 

8 m9 />8 w IO#/-9m 12 6-11 m 7e 

. and the Cbarity Orgai iiaiion Society, B- 



Dwelling.^ of the 6 m 4 r 

and Kuiig at ion. Meeting on, 1 1 / 10 e 

¥rf Registration ofi Note on* 19 / 14 O' 



m 6 r- 10 M 10 /'—I I m 7 ^— id m 6 «— 16 n 8* 

<r-18m5 /-1 9 m 13 <^— 25m 11 e— 27n4c 
Ulster Oian e Members of FarUament, Bamtoet^ 

to. in I.ondon_,/25 m 9 / 
Union DiFcount ('ompany, 8> U 6— 18 Mi ^ 

of London. 23 ; n r 

—^ Msrine Insurance Company, 18/ 11 A 

Rolling Stock Comixny, 11 / 11 « 

Steam^Uip Company, 10 « 11 6*^16 « ll«- 

—23 mild 

of New Zealand.' 8 m 11 e 

United Kingdom Alliance, Breakfaat; 29 //lO'r 
■ League, why not ¥otm a, * 18 « 18 * 



MaTC^ 31, 1886.J PALUBK*S INDEX. TO *'*' THE TIMES *' NEWSPAPER. 



Wat 



Ignited L«w Clerk*' Society. 9 ; 4 c 

^Utet r^Kntion. Irt / i) /— 2:5 / 5 / 

Universiil Marine Insnrance Company, 8/11 b 

— I2t II A— IK I II A 

Time. Meetin;;. abiiat. 11/10/* 

— ^ l>iscoarfie uo, at tlie Huyal Institatioo, 22 

at I3e 
tJniveriiity Cnllei^ Ix>n<1un, 2fi / 9 « 
— ^— iJospitnl. Annual Meeting. 27 w 12 rf 

— (^hrisiniaii Treat to the Patients, I 7 8 r 

Umguay— MiKcelluneoua News. 13 / 6 «/— 17 / 6 

.rf— 22/5/ 

- New Pfprident. to 7 « 

-»— Re{>or(e<l Uevoluiion in. 24/9 /•-25/r» / 

- Revuluti.mary MuveuienU in, 20 Jbd—b 
mlOc-^iOmbe 

V. 
Vafraney, Iiicrrase of. 20 7 12 r 
VtX de Traverii A«pbalte Paving Conipaay. 17 w 

11e-26« II d 
^egeUnan Pei'fiy Dinnr>r«, 29 ; 4 f 
▼eotiUitors in Queen Victoria l)tr<*ef, 17 f 10 /* 
Ternon (T. 1^.) on ibe Parish ( hurches Bill 4 

ftb 
Vickert, Sods & i"o.. 9/11 ^-22 fWf 
Victoria Institute. Papers Hei\i\ before, b }9 f 

- Change in the Miuistry, Nolo on. 18 y 6 /" 

Coalition Ministry, 16 7 G c 

Elections, 8 wi « *> 

Customs Kevfrwie. ^ m b d 

* H«rve!*t in. 8 / 6 4: 

Lfegislative Prueee<ling8. 22 f6 ti 

Miscellaneous Nuwii, 12 / bj^'Z) j 6 /^29 

-^ New MiniJ^try, 18/5 «— 19 / 10 6-23/ 14) 

ia-9i« I0</ 
. Parliament, 11 »i 5 — 1 7 w 5 d 

Kerenae Uetunij*, 5 / 5 / - ;!'» m» <? 

^— Mr. Service It-aver for Enitlind. »» /e « 

Mutual AsBiirance Society, 23/ 1 1 h 

Vienna Bread and Confectionary Company, 30 

Villiers (C. P.) on Irelanl. 29 / 9 f 
Vincent (Edgar) MovemcHt>9 »f, 18 ; 6 </ 

(Howard) at SheJOaoId 9 / 7 / 

— — on the Volunteer Capitation Grant, 24 

m B a 
Virginian Bondboklerfi^ 2 /'5 / 
Vivian < Sir 11.) Uu veiling a Statue to, at Swansea, 

15 IN 7 b 
Vocal Quartets. 26 / 10 <; 
Vocalion. Concert by the Marq'ii^ of Loro^. ) 

ft6 / 
Volcano— Erupt ion of the Collma in Mexico, 22 

> 6 tf — I / ti r 

of Mount Etna. G m 7 d 

a Submarine. iO ; 4 d 

British, Lectun's on the History, ly 7e — 

8/ 6d-\b f Oe-22 lid 

V0LU2iT£EBS :— 

— — Correspondence between Col. II. Vincent 

and Col Lord Hury on. 2i m A e 
— - Capitation Grant. 24 »/i » .» 

— Surprise Pamde at KeJiiiinirtoo. 29 »i a « 
•— Banquet of the 2i)th XHil.lL'^ex 2;» / 7 «» 
Two Deputation* lo Uovernincnt ou ilie 

I n c rease u|, b m\d 



Volonteen { * ovtinuedy 

• — National Kiflo Association, Annual Rejport, 

'— Mretinjf. 24 /* 10 « 

Von Ranke ( Leopold) Celebration of the 90th 
Uirriiday of, 20 /or 

- Pamplili't Issued on. 20 i b r. 

Vovpoy (C. K. A.J on Thus. Carlyle's Tabled, 18 

/*/ 

W. 

W{ig:e.<» and ^"aiatal, 4 /*<> // 

and Labour. 29 > 18 e -5 /"IS/ 

of Afiiriculiural Labourer-«, 2.^ m 4 f 

in the t:ottou Trade, 7 ; 11 «-25 / 11 /— I 

m 7 A 

in the Imn Trade. 2 j 1 1 d- 9 j 12 6 

of Shipluiilders. 6 ; 10 /" 

— in the United States. 4 ; 1 1 e 
Wagner, n Libretto by. 15 ; <l « 

W agon* Li Is Company. 5 ; 5 /* 

Waifd and Strays, Drawing Rom Meeting to 

Aid. ^ m\\ r 
Wake (H.) Administration of Justice and the 

CaucuH. 21 ;6/-28;3<7 
Wale^. Agrarian Agitation in. 16 ; 10 'i— 28 / 13 

c-i fA\ i-Vit 7 «/-i:{ / t»f— 15 / 4 r-^\^f 

« «_2H / 8 d—X M 7 '—4 m 6y— 6 w 9 / 

Church in, 9 m 4 d 

Notes on the Bill II w 6 « 

Wall.nlMirg (ilerr. A. O.) Notiee about, ••*>'i C h 
\\;<l>ond ,(M. S. A ) on the Mansion House iielief 

Fund, 22 / 7 #/ - II iw 7 « - 19 /« 10 c 
Wanderer** Club. Meeting. 4 m 5 / 
Wantage ^Lord oii the National Aid Society, 7 

; 7 / 
Ward ( H.) on the Indian and Colonial Exhibition, 

6 / H /^ 
Warren C^ir Charles) Presentation to. 16 ; 8 a 
Appointed to the Kgyptiau Staff, 16; 9 /■— 

19 /^fi 

Movements of, 25 m s-20 a 9 /— 80 m Lj 

Warsaw. Treatni»*nt of Poles ii. 1 1 1 b f 
V\arwicl<>^hii'e. Riot at (bustle Bromwich, near 

Birniinyhani. 22 m tS r— 23 w9 / 

Trial of the Rioters. 27 »/ 14 d 

Wa!«8au (Gold t '(»a«t^ Mining (^ompany, 9 m 11 6 
Watch Trade. Meeting, 18 m 5 e 

Bill-*. 18/7/ 

City Supply. tJ /'6r 

Water, important Hating Appeal at SheflSeld. 6 
;Gc/ 

Metropolian Supply. 12 7*4 6—15; 4^—18 

7 I3r/-I9 ; I2r-i2 / 3 e -2 . / 9 /— 15y 9# 

— 18 / 5 /-It; w 9/*— Irt m 9/' 

Supplies. INilIution. .^ ; 4 '» 

Water (Unnixnies, State of Shares in, «e« et;«rjr 

Antwerp. 17 111 I ' ff 

Hos>ou. I / II <J 

Bii^tol. 22 m 1 1 «-80 ?a 11 c 

Kast London. 3) / 1 1 rV— 20 m 1 1 c 

Montevideo. \6 m W d 

Sou'h IsBSf'X. \ m \2 n 

outhwark and Vanxh^ill 27 ; 12 « 

Su iderluvl an-l Sou»li Sh.el U. 2/ /'M # 

WeiinlHL' and .^hdduu intUlsil, 4 /" 1 1 « 

WoUuif. IG/ Jl </ 



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PALMICr's index to *' THK TIMKS '* NKWSPAPEB. 



[Jmi. r to 



Witter Ponipnnleji ChHrjre*, \\ / \0d 

Liabiliriee of. 2tJ i 7 6 

NoieH on :£h ; IH /— 26 i 18 b 

StHte of Sliarei in Companies, sm eotir^ 

Wiitt*rlow (<, II.) Work and Dwellings for the 

Uneinpldycd. U m 1 2 h 
Wat kisM- Lloyd (VV.) Three Acres and a Cow, 8 

Watne> (I).; Wajj -8 and Labour. 5 /" 18 / 
Waveney (fx>idi on Ireland. 2 9 4 «— tf ; 8 c ~18 

Weaie (NV. li. J.) John Van Eyck at the Aca- 
demy Kxhibitioi) 3 A 7 
WciihiT, Daily Report of, ^es evvry day* a paper 

Cold Dry. le< *« Im« 

— -- Forecattis for Kach Day, Me under Wkatube 
M €aih dny*it fniper 

- Meteorological Chart, see every Friday's 
pnfttr 

- Notes on the Severe. 9 1 6 /— 12/ 6 /*— 18 / 
10/- 2 Ml 10 /-4 fH 4a~l5 m 6/ 

Predictions in Audtralia. 1 i / 8 c 

- in the Pro^'inces, see ererjif d'jfn paper 

Weekly lte|M)ri, nee enth Fridoy^g paper 

Wi'bsier (Sir K. K.) at Sand«»wn, o 1 oj 

Hanquet to, at Ventnor, 8 y 6 <j 

at c 'owfs. 7 n d 

Diinifr to. 1 1 / 10 r 

Weddifbuni (A.) on " Goosey v, Jarditie.*' 24 m 

Iff H » 
Week tif Prayer. 6 f 7 «— n ; 6 r 
Weldon (MjH. ) and M. Qounod. 14 ; 6 e 
Wi-llitigroii (N)l ege. MeiMing of GoTernors of, at 

MaillMtrouuh iltm^e. 15 m I) e 
Welsh Kartner:* ami the* Land f^rigue, 8 / 10 c 

Mem ui.il 10 thiMr FjHndlordK, 28 m A d 

Land Lcnuue. i'rupased, 18 j 12 c--l2 /7c 

Quest ioii. Mi f H if 



Tenant KfirmerK, 18 t 5/ 

WemvHM ( Lord) and the Rot. Mr. Brooks. 17/ 4 e 
and the I'onarrvative Party. 8 /a 8 // 

a Picture of Agmriun Agitation. 25 i 4 <T— 
] I M " 

Went worth ( Lord ) on Byron's Centenary, \HmSd 

Wfst ( vir. JuHiic •) ill K}!ypr, 2il m H d 

West Coa^i ot Afiica- iVIiscelianeous News, 29 

Civd VV'ar Kx|>eeted in, 6 / 8 «— 16y 5 e 

— Tr.nK- \i\. h f a e 

We.Hi liidiii Coliinict. Deputation to Government 
to Arniiit'e a Treaty with thy United Stated, 
2.> 1 8 /* 

N«val W.tnt in. >0 / 18 e 

IiidieH iiiid lite Uidieil States, 18 m 8 

Western t 0.1 tieH and South Waletf Telephone 

t'liiiij.Kiit. \i\i m l\ / 
W chtiiiiiihiet (Duke of) on Ireland. 14 / 8 c 

■ on Ailotineiitii. h / 10 e — l8y 9 e 

Ahbi'y. L(Ciure.H. 80 ; 5 / 

■ l'n"HcI»ei8. 8 fff 6 h 

l{v8lo:ation of. 22 in 6 6 

IinprtiveiutMiis in. 29 / 10 b 

-- — t)plith;dui;c Hospital, Annual Meeting, 6 
tN 7 e 

- ai<d General Life Assurance Association, 18 
y II 6 



Wheat. Price of. In 1885, 11 / 13 s 

Indian Oop. 18 m 8 d 

White {Cui) on l^inl S. G. Osborne's Lettaraiid 
the ( hurch Army. 18 1 7 /' 

BriilAli Museum Pigeons. 2 ; 5 f 

What can Govcrnirent Do? \5 fS d 
WhigR and Mr. Gladntone. 28 / 11 d 
Whitehall Impnivement. Two Plans, 2 ai 4 6 
WitfNn (^»al and Iron Company. 16/11 d 
Wigham (.1. R.) on Lighthouse Illuininanta, 6^8 

,/_|H m 18 rr 

Wigram (K. K.) on the Murder of Bp. Banning- 

ton. 15 / 8 6-17/ 6s-22/'lO/-^t8 n 10 1 - 

19 in II /• 
Wilb.rf(»rce (R.) on the Beaumont Trust, the 

Peoplv's Palnce for Ra^t Ijondon, 8 / 8 rf 
Wilkes Metallic Kltxiripg and Eureka Concrete 

t'lmipMny. 2 / 1 1 s 
WilliHms (If. H.) Parks and Open Spaces, 7/18 

S— 16 / 13 ri 

Note on. 14 i 6 « 

National M« morial to Lord Shatesbary 

8 fa 7/ 

' J. (\) on Honrit for Marriages, 26 w 8 o 

WILLS AND BEQU JSIS :- 
Abdy, Kev. A. C.. 5 / 8 n 

Aherconi. Duke of. 18 m 10 r— »19 m 10 6 

Andernon. Mrs. Martha. 2f ) 1 7 s 

Arinapb Abp. of. 19 la 10 t- 

Armstrong, ('has.. 29 / 7 s 

Aspinall. J, B.. 20 m 1 1 t 

Barton J. i^.. 18 m «> / 

Bee< h, W. P.. 29 / 7 « 

Hell. Alex, -21; M )0 h 

Bennett. Win.. 5 / 8 ft 

Bethune. W. A.. 12 / 6 r 

Bowes. John, ti 9 7 / 

Brewer, (has.. 28 m 10 h 

Biongh:ini. lA>rd. 28 / 10 • 

Bull. Mios II. II.. 18 IN f 

Campbell. John, Mb f 

Carew. Kobt. Tlios., 28 mil* 

Carter. Rev. T. G., 29 ) 7 • 

( lifion. K. G.. 12/"6tf 

(ockrill. J., 8; W 

Cf>ghUn. Gen^ Sir W. M., 15 j T rf 

(\fX. Ja.^. 5 / 8 a 

Curwen. Mrs. M. A.. 18 »i 6/ 

CuHiai.ce .M. II.. I / 5 / 

Dixon. J. W., 8 ? 7 / 

DobMMi. Mrs. M. F.. 15 ; 7 (f 

Duer. Samuel, 12 / 6 #• 

— Duncan, lion. Dame M. S., 12 ^6 r 

Dunville. Mri<. Ann Georgina. 26 m l<v ^ 

Kdwardu, II. IL, 12 / U c 

I ly, bp. of, In / 7 i/ 

Knip>on Kev. Jos., 1 ; 5 / 

Knie. Km I of, 12/ 6c 

Kyre, W. F,. 18 in 8 / 

Ferguson- Davie. Gen. Sir 11. R. 5/8 • 

Mitclier. J.i^.. I ; »./' 

Flower, Horace. 26 m 10 b 

Foord. (Mia^ Ross. 28 m 10 6 

Uallup. 11. i:., 8 / 7 /' 

Glo>*'op. F. II. N., 27 in 12s 

Go-net, >ir R. A.. 15 ; 7 «/ 

Guwer, John, 20 m 1 1 s 



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Wna 



Wilh and Beqaests ^rontinuen\ 

Hull. M«l»*artl. s , 7 / 

-^ Hiirwoi! Ileiirv. "i7 m !2 e 
— — Hoiiirliriiii. I.fir.f, I I Ti f 

Hii.u;.Ii-y. R-v. VV. O.. 27 m VI € 

Hu iier. Ki< li »r I. n / 8 a 

JuiiicM. W. U.. I / 5 / 

- John«i»n. .Aim. I » n /* 

Kihjf, Mom. f*. J. L.. i;) ;ff (\ f 

Kiiii?!>ford K.Miiiett. 12 / ti r 

I^vris. 11. F^.. 29 / 7 e 

-^ LivitM. Mrji. A, IVf.. 29 i 7 « 

Ixitii«. Ailni. Win.. H i 7 t 

Litregrove. Mri. M. K. N., B j 7 f 

M(x»fta. Imi c. 12 /'«r 

- MiiiiWrMV. Georjfe. 6 /'8 a 

Klyadlefon K. \V.. 8 / 7 J 

Pieice. S. ()., 8 ; 7 / 

Kiiikl-8. ( hiH.. \oi 7 d 

Kulle. Lndy. 2i) / 7 e 

- Kfise. Sir Win.. \S , 7d 

- SinitTNet. Duke of, 5 / 8 a 

Soutfer. I{. II.. 1 ; 5 / 

Sfinitt Mm. J. A.. 2l> / 7 « 

- — StM»^^fel^!. Ktib-Tt. ft / 8 n 

• Strmlbroke, Kail of, 27 m \2 e 

1 liorn> croft. Tho-.. 2H 7 7 < 

Towiie. Kichnnl. 2(5 « 10 6 

Wfia. Will.. 27 m 12 e 

Whiiworrh B., 2(» wile 

Will ams. Gen. J. K., 15 j 7 rf 

Wilson, GtHj.. 2ti w U) b 

Wright. J. H.. \o 17 d 

Young. A. W.. 15 /7// 

Wilson (F. H.) the Rebuilding of Our Towers and 
hpires. 2 / 4 / 

((''ol ) on Mr. Jns. Fergn^son. 19 ; ID e 

- — (II. >.) the rijctMiin " Kmu^i," 2 ; lo c/ 

( lohii) on llie Riot in London, 11/7 a— 22 

— .- (J. M.) on the Last Gulway Murder, 11 

m 7 a 
Winiins «nd Murdoch Mncrne. 23 / 10 r— 28 jSe 
Winchil«ea (Lord) llealili of, ti /m II e— 8 /m 9 / 

—y iu 9 / — 10 w9/ 
Winchester Cathedral. Interesting Discovery in, 

- llentoraijon of the Tomb of William Rufus 
in. 1 2 m 9 e 

Windsor i ree Dinner, the Princess (Christian 
Assiiiing at, 2ti /* 9 /— 9 /» 9 / — 12 w 9 y— 19 
m 1 1 c— 22 m 9 / 

— ^ llome.4 of the Poor of. I m 6 /" 

Royal Gifts to the Poor of. 15/10 /*— 17 / 

Windsor Pasile. State Apartments, Notices 30 j 
in .»— 6 / ti n 

Placing ihs' nan^ers. &c., of the Knijjhts of 

the (iarter in St. (Ji'orj^eV (Mia|K-l. 2^ m 9 '' 

— . V'iiil4irs at. 12 «i 9 / — 13 «i 7 <j— I 7 /« 9 d 

Wait for the Destruction of the Grand Old 

EInM. ti / 4 </ 

Wii;dsor, St. George's Chapel, Election Lay 

(•lerk. 9y9/ 
Winter Guest— Silk-Tailed Chatterer. 25 /8a 
Wtssmann (^Lt.) Notice about. 19 /m 9 /' 
Wobel«)y (Lord) MoTeuienu of, 9^9/ 



WnUt'ley (Lord) on the State of the Army, 25/ 

7 e 

in Ivist I^ondon. 15 / ti '* 

Women. Iinlr4>.chi-emeiit of, Bill. 23/ 10 <i— 23 

/ 7 e 

Mr<. K.i\vct'tt*a ..^'ctnreon 30 / ti b 

— ill • "«»lli<Mii«-.. Mt'fiiiu «b> It. 2i in ti /* 
Wuni Ml'!* >utfr.»jfc UiH Noie imi. 2i / 7 / 
WiMtd ( I. r.) uii Priiteiisor ilii\iey and the Pro* 

pi»Si.'d t*i>hi*ry RtMird. liO m tie 

MU PilllMllS i< I \'l it 

Wo'tdlietd J.) Excuse for iKMng away from the 

llou<« of <'oinino>is. 15 w ti A 
W^ifodward yM.) on the LiTeri>ool Ritual Case, 8 

/ 4 </ 

(W.) on the Snowstorm, 8 / G </ 

Wool Uri*ii»l Fair. 1 1 w » /" 
Won-eMter. New Dean of 20 > 7 e -8 m ti </ 
Woik, TrHVilIi..« for, Ntite-i on 3 /' lOr- 9/ 13« 
and Dwellings for the Unemployed. Note 

on. 9 m 12 /' 
Working Classes, Inquiry into the Dwellings, 20 
; H» // 

Note on. 9 /"tirf 

Proijrcss of, in the Last Ualf-century, 20 

> 10 A 

Men's Clubs Conference. Am \(i d 

C'ollege. Great Ormoiid Street, Distribu* 



tioii of Prices, 11 ; 8 n 
at Eastbourne. 2H i 7 c 



Won ley (F. M. 8.) on the Riots in London, 12 

/ 10 h 
Worm." (Raron H. de) on Irel;ind. 20 /5 /" 
Wreaths and Flowers, &c., Forbidden iu Russian 

Fniienils, 24 m 5 o 
WaEOKS :— 

— ot ihu Ciinndn, 12 » 6 c 

of the Cntvah, 19 w 9/ 

of the Ctit, 4 m ti / 

ot the C-Mtriin. (j m \S d 

of the Chiplttft on the Chattahoochee Hirer, 

6 ; 5 r/ 

of the Coruishmnn. 9 f 7 e 

of the D>iU()lin, Iti / 7 « 

of the iJltwiU, in Long Island Sound, 1 m 

be 
of the Itt, A m f 

— of the JhU'i Broun at Chatham. 18 / 6 « 

of the Kenton. 2A , 10 6 

of the IahIU, 4 »i ti / 

of tbe AfiM'iouri, 29 m S b 

of the iVr//4e, 29 m 7 d 

of the Oregon^ 16 in 5 6 — 17 m 6 6—18 m 6 6 

— 2(» m 5 h 
of the P rndixe, 18 /'ti « 

of the R ne, 9 / 7 « — 1 1 .1 ti / 

of the .S <jro«, 20 / 6 e 

of t lie St. A 'if h in*, 30 m 10 d 

of the Surf/iiHe. S m \0 d 

of the Suo Jlow, 9 / 7 « 

- of iho Withern/joon, on Nautucket Island, H 
/ 5 c 

Supposed, of the Hnrkawa^, 9 / 7 e 

si»c olso Ship News 

WAE0K3 REGliSrRY OOUET :— 

thvf Furiaa, 22 ; 4 «— ti / 4 c— 12 / 8 /" 

th6 JnduM, 26 N» 11 / 

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•Wrecks Be : iaf ry Cou ' t ( ron t inued), 

the irfl»-nnin. \7 / H e 

tlji» S/i-'htion 1." / 8 «/ 

flu* Smt*f}c. 7)3'* 

— — ihi' To>]so, 2(i m A h 

Wrexliam Mii-icHl Fe tiviii. a / 13 <? 
Wi(injfful (^onvictioiij*. 2'! / 5 /" 
WurtL'iiiberg— Uuya] Marriage, XZj b 4 

y. 

yarhoroiipli (Lord) on Uie WJiijfs and Mr. CJad- 
AtMne. t^3/ U </ 
103 



Yn^nin (M ) on th^ PInpity OrfinUiti:>n 
*> >ji rv in I r'>e \I iiuio i !>» i<e I**-! nl l> m it b 
York ^ Ab;>. of) on i Uuruh Ueforui. 2(>y 3 « 

Z. 

Zinyibsir. Pnrllimentnry Paper on, 2Gy 10 b 

— Mnd Gi-riii;i'iv, 27 I 4 /■ 
Z >olo};icul Socitfiy, AleeUogt, 28 ; 10 (/«-20/9 a 

— 19 m II /* 
Zululin<1. th' rondition of. 6 ni 4 
Uluo Uook on, U M 3 6 



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1886. 



SPRING QUARTER— April 1 to June 30 



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SPKING QUARTER-APRIL 1 TO. JUNE 30. 



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ftiFBftXffCK. — f^ Timea Newspaper haring a Heparate pagination to each number, the foI!£>w1ji)7 mththod Ir adopt<>(l 
to rait it to any file: thos 8 > 11 e meana 8th June, page 11, column ft; the italic loiter KfU!(V/}i« flrnt flguro 
noting the naonth, and the Italic letter (according to alphabet) after the second figure nbtra^' ihe column of 
the page. - { ,.-• . 

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A. 
Aberdeen, Diacovery of Old Coins at, 1/18 b — 

8/47 
AbergaTennj, Eistedilfod at, 27 a 7 f 
AbyBsiniA, Catholic MiMionaries Expelled from, 

4 m 5 

Cossacks in, 5 iM 7 c 

— ^ C apt. Smith and the King, 6 nt 5 c — 20 m 5 6 
ACCIDENTS:— 

— a Church at Alabama in Bullock County 
blown Down Killing and Wounding many, 1 
a 5 e 

— Miss Florence Alliston. Burnt to Death by 
her Clothes taking Fire, at Eastbourne, 1 m 8 e 

•— Wm. AUkins, Killed by Falling from an 

Omnibus, at Birmingham, 2 a 7 e 
'— at the Aquarium, a Labourer Killed by a 

Fire Escape at, 3 m 9 d--4 m 6 o 

— at Bacup, one Man Killed and Two Injured 
by a Fall of Rock, 25 in 1 1 c 

•»— Lord H. Bentinck, Thrown from his Horse 
while Hunting with the Quoni Hounds, 1 a 9 / 

— Boat Accident, Stri&nge, at Jersey, 20 a 5 
d— 20 mSd 

near the Chelsea Embankment, 6 Persons 

Drowned, 27 a 8/ 
at Kingston-on-Thames, 



a Soldier 
Drowned, 24 a 6 s 

Capsized at Leicester, 3 Lives Lost, 24 a 



6e 



off Woolwich, Four Persons Drowned, 18 

— Boiler Elxplosion at RhodeswcU Road, Lime- 
honse-fields, 2 Persons Killed and 17 Injured, 
1; 11/— 7/ 10./ 

another Death, 15 ; 8 /* 



— Miss Georgina Bolton, Burnt to Death, in 
Bussington Street Dublin. 29 a7 li 

— Prince Victor Bonaparte from his Carriage 
Horse taking Fright, in Paris, 18/5 c- 

T- Bordeaux, a Waterspout burst Causing 
Great Damage, 28 m 5 e 

— Fireman Bridges. Thrown from his Horse 
and Killed, near the Elephant and Casile, 
London, 10 m 6 s 

— Mr. Robt. Bucher, Killed by Falling from 
the Bnrffenstock. I2i6 d 



Accidenta {continuetf)- ' - !< 
a Burglar, Killed by Falling through a 

SkyliKht. in South wark Street. 3 a 10 6 
Bursting of the Mountain Lake, Reservoir 

much Damage and 14 Persons Drowned, 21 a 

5e 
— at Carlisle, by the Horses of a Wagonette 

being Frightened Ran away, one Person Killed 

and Several Injured. 27 a 8 ^ 
at Creareagh Granite Quarries, 2 Men 

Killed. 8 m 9 e 
Explosion, Terrible Petroleum, at Baku, 1 

a5d 

- of Dynamite at the Confrestu Colliery, 

2 a 5 a 
at a Dynamite Factory, near Valencia 

20 Persons blown to Atoms, 27 m 5 d 

of Fireworks, at Lesse. 1 w 6 c 

^-^— in Fleet Street, at Btiker's Gunmakers, 

\5a\0d 
at Tod's Flour Mills, Leith. Three Killed 

and Several Injured, 6 a 5 e — 7 a 9 f 
of a Tramway Engine, at Birmingham, 

13 a 8./ 

of Gas in An till Road, Bow. 7 m 10 s 

■ ■ at Military Station Hospital, Portsmouth, 

7 m lOe 

in Inverness Terrace, Bayswater, 10 ; 6« 



— Fall of a House in Nelson's Yard, Maryle- 
bone. one Man Killed and 3 Injured, 10 a 12 ^ 
of Houses in Glendyne Koad, Kilbuni, 



Several Persons Injured. 20 a 6 / 

— Ferry Boat Capsized on the Sazava River 
and 25 Persons Drownfd, 25 ; 5 c 

— Mrs. Priscilla Hill. Biirni to Death by 



the 

Unsettmg of a Paraffin Lamp, at Aston, 21 a 
66 

— Mr. Hooker, Killed by being Entangled in 
Machinery, at Ch'irtham. 27 a 'S d 

— Arthur Kirk and Two other Lads, Drowned, 
near Nottin^^ham, 2i aH e. 

-^ James Knowles, Killed by Falling from a 
Cliff near Stonehaven, II m 13 s 

— at Lahore High School, from the Roof of 
the Boys Dormi Story Falling in and ICilling 
three Boys. 7 ; 5 d 

in Madrid, at the Church of San Luis, from 



a petard enclosed in a Candle at the altar Ex- 



Aec 



PALMKR'8 index to ** THE TIMES " NEWSl'APKR. 



[April 1 to 



Accidents (canttuHed), 

at Liverpool, a Triumphal Arch Blown 

down. Several Persons Injured, \7 m 1 d 

Telegmm from the Queen \7 ml d 

ploding and Putting out the eye of an Attend- 
ant, 24 a 5 6 

Capt. Hon A. Manners, by Falling with his^* 

I Pony and Rolling over him, 17 'n H d -.^ 

Mrs. Meretlens, Killed by being Thn^n-oiit 

ot her Carriage, at Hay field, ^i 5^. "• • \ ' 

»>- at Minneapolis, an Unflmsfied*. Bhilding 
Falling in Burying 21 Wonkpiwn.^ m*b b 

Mr. Pttckle, Killed -by :Vamng from the 

Mountains in Sav^, 29 //1*9^* 

^— Henry Saunder^in, Sbfiously Burnt, by the 
Fire in King-^VjlUaln Street, City, 8 ; 6 « 

in StrUmads'b Tark, to a Gentleman by a 

Metqpr Of'f^fllling SUr, 17 ; 10 6 
.^vA al S^eppey, by a Landslip, 25 m 5 / 
V^J^Mr. Shofforth. by his Finger being Dis- 
•: loc&ted when Playing at Cricket, at Lord's 
'• Cridcetground. 4/5/ 

— at Shustoke, near Birmingham, the Church 
Struck by Lightning^ 2 ; 9 c 

Sir £. Thornton, Falling from his Horse 

and Fracturing his Collar-bone, 10 m 6 a 

Sir l£dw. Thornton, Thrown from his Horse 

at Constantinople. 8 m IS /* 

Rt. Hon. C. P. ViUiers, 6 ; IS /* 

— a Volunteer, by Sunstroke, at the Dover 
Manseuvres, 29 o 6 c 

— at a Wedding, in Bethnal Qreen, the Bride- 
groom Blinded by Rice being Thrown at him, 
26 m 6^ 

m Ann Williams. Accidentally Shot Dead, by 

a Lad, near Dcnbi^ih, 22 m 14 6 

Charles Williams. Drowned while Bathing 

in the Lake of Qeneva. 29 i bd 

Morris Wilsois KUled by Falling from a 

Rock, at Clevedon, 14 u 11 c 

Rev. J. E. Young, Mr. Young and their 

Daughters, by being thrown from their Car- 
riage, near Wroxham, 17 a 10 6 

A00IDENT8 -MIMING :— 

Conference on, ^ m 18 / 

. — at Aborcarcie Colliery, Fund, Annual Meet- 
ing of Trustees, 13 m 12 d 

»— at Brooniside Colliery, by a Fall of Stone, 
one Man Killed and Two Injured, 26 a 9 tf 

— Explosion of Firedamp in the Rouchamp 
Mme Probable Death of 26 Men. 26 ; 9 « 

^— Mardy Colliery Explosion. Official Report, 
28a 40 

^^ at Norwood Colliery, near Sheffield, Two 
MenKiUed Uj\2d 

Accidents in Mines, Final Report of the Conmis- 
sion on, \2 a7 a 

AOOIDENTS —RAILWAY :— 

-^ Coaker, a Young Lady, Killed near Kings- 
bridge Road SUtlon, 17 a 12 e— 2U ale 

Klixa. Davies, near Chester, 15 a 4/— 16 a 

8 6—17/1 lay 

O, Riley, Killed on the Railway, near 

Cheltenham, 14 a 12 6 

Thos. Wright, Killed near Leicester, 28 a 

6d 
«— near CarUsle, to a Goods Train, 24 a 1 1 y 



Acddenta— Railway (continued), 

at Dersingham, to a Goods Train, 27 a 4 / 

on the Pitchburg Railroad the Train falling 

into the Deerfield River, and the Wreckage set 
on Fire Burning the Passengers. 9 a 5 a 

- — at Monte (^arlo, Sentence on the Station- 
master. 17 a 12 A 

on the South Carolina Railway, from Ute 

Train, in Crossing a Trestlebridge over the 
San tea River, falling into it and Six Persoot 
Killed. 9 joe 

between Worgret and Holme, 21/60 

Colliflion— at Angers. 7 wi 5 c 

near Brampton. New York, 27 m 5 s 

— — at Moll, Antwerp, 25 m 5 e 

at Lekiester Station, 21 a 6 6 

at St. Martha, I » 7 r 

at Stockport Station. 7 ; 6 d 

at Yeovil Junction, 14 ; M «— 16 / 5 r 

Acheenese. a British Subject Killed br, 19 ; 7 c^ 
Acland (H. W.) on the Public Uealth'of Egypt, 

11 m 6 

<T. D.) on tlie Home Rale Bill. S\ m \\ f 

Adamant Diamond Mining Company, 16 / M f 

-26y 13 / 
Addison (John) on the Infants Bill, 29 a 5/ 
Admiralty, Committee of Inquiry, 2 a 9 / 
ADMIRALTY OOURT :— 

Note on, 23 ; 6 i 

the Amultt, 1 ; 5 e 

the Anmtt LyU, 4 / 8 s 

the Augutta^ 10 m 4 /* 

the BrrtU, 4 / 4 c 

the Cephfttonvt, 1 6 a 8 (/ 

the Ci n Sinclair, 14 a 6 a 

the ConteiL 22 mi 7 a 

the Gaiileo S., 22 a 8/ 

- the Hurveai, 6 j 7 c 

the Jsa'ellfi^ 7 i 10 rf— 8 ; 4 <?-9 j 10 if— It 

y I8r-lli4a- 2474a 

the TMdji Mostyn^ 29 w 7 J— 1 / 5 c 

WvdAoiue, 22 01 7 a 



^— the Mam, 4 ; 8 e 

- the Naviffntion. 4 ; 8 e 
the Rnlp'h Cr^yhe, 12 wi ft e 

the S/mormun, 23; 15 <^ 

the Tay, 3; 10 a 

the TV'^r, 8 / 4 f» 

the Vv toritt, 27 m 4 4 

the XiiiMo, 10 / 18 <» 

Afghan Frontier Question, 6 a 5 6—7 a 5 6—111 
a 7 </— 14 a 7 6—17 a 12 A— 19 o ft/— 22 oft* 
— 1 w9r— 6 11 ft r— 12 III 10 d-lft m 7 5—17 
4M 7/i-20i«5 6— 28«i«5€— l/7a— ftj 14 rf- 
7.;6//-U;6/-25;9c 
Anglo-Ku9sian Kaces and Sports at, to Cele- 
brate the Queen's Birthday, 1 / 7 a 
Afghanidtun— Ameer of, 8 w \S f 

Death of Ameer. 5 c 5 </— 81 m ft e 

Denial i«f, 7) o tf-21 ; 6 6—24 ; 6 e 

Health of the Ameer, 28 ; 5 A 

Col. Lockhart*« Expedition, 17 ; lOtf- 18 

; ft e 
Africa. South West. Fighting in. 22^5 6 
Agar- Ellis (L.) on the Act of Union. 23 a 11 a 
on Irish Homan Catholics and Mr. Glad* 

•tone's Scheme, 17; 7 6 



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Ame 



Ajrar-Rllis (L.) on Lord Spencer as Viceroy, 11 

M 16 / 
Agricnllaral Company of Manrttius, 17; 11 d 
Hall, Baiaar in Aid of the Home for Little 

Boyt at, 7 m 12 6— It m 18 e 
HoTf^ Show at, 18 Ml 10 /— 31 m 11 y— 1 / 

16 a— 3 ; » / 

Royal Military Tournament at, 20 a 4 6 — 

14il2(/— 16/6/ 

8portsinan*8 Exhibition at, 27 m 8 « 

Holdings Act 1888, Imporant Decision Un- 
der, 10H2 6 
Produce, 8 ci 4 /•— 14 a 6 a— 21 a 6 tf— 28 a 

II f— 6 m 4/-.l8Hi6a-19/ji 6 a--27 m 12 c 

-8/4/— 10/1 ly -16; 10/ -24 / 11/— 30i 

16 r 

Show at Wellt, 18 m 18 a 

in North Wales, 10 ; 10 d 

Alieame (Joseph) on the North Queensland 

^Separation Movement, 23 / 9 « 
Aitken ( W. H. M. H.) on the Home Rule Scheme, 

28ii 10 e 
AkersDougks (— ) on the Political Crisis, 14/ 

6<i 
Albert Hall, Concerts, 17 a 7 e- 10 m 12 6-21 m 

bd^ljj /—njlOe 
Entertainments at, 1 8 m 1 1 d 

— Palace, (rood Friday at, 24 a 6 /* 
Algerian Frontier, Tribal Warfare on, 16 a 10 e 
A&Toft (J. D.) Endowed Schools Committee and 

Christ's Hospital. 20 a 4/ 
Alliance Marine Assurance Company, 29 / 12 d 
Allotments, New Bill, 5 a 9 </— 10 m 10 c— 29 m 

Board of Inland Revenue's Circular on, 15 

aSd 

Creation of, 21 a 9/ 

Notes on. 15 a 12 a — 5 /5s 

and Small Holdings. 6 a 9 ^— 14 a 11 e 

Amateur Photographic Exhibition 17 o 10 « 
Amazon St«am Navigation Company, 24 / 11 c 
AMESIOA— UNITED STATES :— 

Accidents in. 1 a 5 c 

Arthur (Gen.) Health of, 10 / 5 ^ 

Arrest of Johann Most the New York Anar- 
chist, 1 8 m 5 6 

Admitted to Bail, 15 m 7 6 

Trial of, see Criminal trials 

Sentence on, 8/66 

— Beecher( Henry Ward) Leaves for England, 
10 /6 c— 19/ 7 a 

Boycotting in, Vigorously Punished, 19 a 5 

c— 21 abb 

Note on, 24 a 4/ 

Arrests for, 4 i 10 rf 

— Bribery, Arreste on Charges of , 3 a 7 rf— 10 
u 7 b-.14 a 7 6—15 a b 6—12 w 5 6—15 m 7 6 

Trials, 17 m 5c— 21 m5 6 



— Chinese in, 22 a 5 6 

— Chicago, Riots in, 1 67 7 6 

— Cyclones in, 16 a 5 a— 20 a 5 6—12 m 5 a— 
14 m 5 6—15 m 7 a— 17 m 5 6 

Deaths from, la m 5 6 



America {*-nntinued). 

(Congress, Bill to Restore Gen. Fitzjohn 

Porter, Passed. 28 ; 5 6 

Home Rule Question in Debate, 8 / 5 a 

Davis (Judge David) Reported Seriously 

111. 22 / 5 a 

(Jefferson) Address on Laying the Corner 






— Coal Mining, 7 a 5 a 

— Coinage of the United States, 26 a 7 c 

— Congress, Proceedings in, 2 a 5 rf— 26 m 5 6 
— 7/5./- 18/ 5 6- 19; 7 a 



Stone of the Confederate Soldiers' Monument at 
Monrgomery, 1 m 7 6 

at Atlanta, 8 m 5 /* 

Progress of, 4 m 5 c — 11 m 7 c 

Reception of, at Montgomery Alabama, 



28 u 5 6—29 B 5 6—80 a 5 6 

— Decoration Dny, 29 « 9 a— 1 i7 a 

— 4(K)th Anniversary Celebration of its Dis- 
covery by Columbus. 29 in 8 / 

— Eight Hour Movement, 1 m 7 6—8 m 5 s — 
4 m 6 c—b m 7 r 

— Exhibition to be held in London in 1887, 14 

— Exports, 16/76 

— Fatal Rioting in Chicago, 6 m 5 6 — 7 tnb a 
— 10m5c/ 

— Fisheries Question, 26 a 8 a 

— General Election— Meeting at (Cincinnati 
to Raise Funds to Aid iR, 28 ; 5 /* 

— Mr. Gladstone's Home Rule Project— Agita* 
tion about, 9 a 5 a— 10 a 7 a 

— Home Rule, Mass Meetings about, 80 a 5 6 
—7 in 5 6—10 m 5 </— 12 m 5 6 

in Congress, 18 m 5 a 



Imprisonment for Debt, New Law about, 18 

jbb 
Indian Territory of the United States, 23 ; 

6 f 
International O)nferenoe at Washington, 

17 a 7 6— 19/7 a 
Irish American National League, Conven- 
tion of, at Chicago, 22 / 5 a— 25 / 9 c 
Parliamentary Fund, 12 / 7 d— 16 /5 a— 

17/7 6—21 ;■ 5 6-28 / 7 c-24 j 5 c— 26 / 7 6 

— d099a 
— Knights of Labour Executive Committee, 5 

a 6 0—22 a 5 6—28 a 8 a— 28 a 5 b— 5 nt 7 c— 

20 m 5 6—25 m 5 6 -27 m 5 r— 81 m 5/— 2 J 

ba 
Labour Question in, 28 a 8 0—24 a 5 a— 26 

a 8 c — 11 m 7 c — 17 w 5 c 

and the Roman Catholic Prelates, 8 m 9 6 



— Lockroy (M.) and his Wife and Family 
Leave for London, 1 m 7 6 

— Memorial Day Observed in the South, 1 m 
76 

— and Mexico, 21 m 5 6—26 mb a 

•— Miscellaneous News, 18 a 5 6 — 29 m 9 a— 9 
;5£?— 21/5 6 

— New York Cloakmakers Strike, 2 a 5 ci 

— Street Arabs in, 8 m 6 6 

— Oleomargarine Bill, 28 ns 5 d— 5 / 9 6 

— Oregon Election, 10 / 5 <y— 11 / 5 d 

— President's Wedding, 81 m 5 /*— 8 ; 5 6 
DecUnes a Wedding Present for his Wife 



from the Sultan, 12 j 7 d 

Decorations of the White House for, 2 j 



5 a 



First Official Reception after his Marriage, 

i7y5rf 

5 



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PALMEU^S INDEX TO ** TIIE TIMK8 " NKWSPAPEE. 



[April 1 to 



America {continued), 

ru'^i-Ient. Turkey sends Preseutsto, on his 

Mftrrii-r. 2(J / 7 h 

Piivate Pension Bills, the President Vetoes 

Several. I'ti / 7 b 

Public Debt. 30 ;• 9 a 

liailway Strikes in, 1 a 5 c — 7 a 5 b — 10 a 

7 b 

Railways, 5 <i 6 a— 30 ; 9 a 

- Kevenue Returns, 2^ j b d 

Seizure of the Ella Doughty ^ 29 m 14y 

Silver Coinage in, 9 a lU 6 

Storms in, 16 j 3 o 

Strikes, 6 <i 6 a— 8 a 5 6—17 a 7 &— 24 a 6 

a — 4 Ml 6 c— 5 m 7 c— 7 m 5 a— 8 »i 9 c — 15 ta 
7 6—24 ; 6 «— 26 ; 7 6—28 i 6 6 

S^^amp Lands of the United States, \ mil d 

Tariff Reduction BUI, 28 ; 7 c— 24y 5 c— 29 

j 5 d—'SO i 9 a 

- Treatment of the Southern States by the 
North after the War, 19 a 4 / "^ 

- Vermont Pepublican Convention, 18/56 

- Virginian Debt, 7 a 6 c 

Wheat Harvesting, 14 ; 5 c 

American Exhibition, 14 m 10 e—2S j \S f 

Farms and Farm Produce, 16^ 6 6 

Forests. 6 m 6 / 

- Freehold Land Mortgage Companj of 
London, 12 m 10 «— 20 m 11 <; 

Investment Trust Company, Meeting, 12 a 

Iron and Steel Association, Annual Report, 

20to 7/ 
Opinion on Home Rule Agitation, 8 m 7 / 

— 8j 7e 
Ancient History, 1885-6, Note on, 17 ; 10 e 
Anderson (Major A. D.) Lecture on the Enforce- 
ment of the Militia Ballot, 10 ; 9 e 
^— (J.) on the River Plate, &c. Agency, 80i 15 6 
(R.) on Irish Roman (/athoUcs and Mr. 

Gladstone's Scheme, 15 / 8y 
(Wm.) Lecture on New Applications of the 

Mechanical Properties of Cork to the Arts, 12 

a7 f 
Anglo-Continental Guano Works, 15 a 11 6 
Anglo-Spanish Convention, 14 > 6 a 

Notes on. 1 ; 6 /— 1 1 > 13 6— 16 j 5/ 

Animal Charcoal Company, 29 a 11 d 
Annamite Christians, Fresh Massacre of , 2 a 5 s 
Anthropological institute, Papers Read before, 

14 a 12 e 
Ami- Vivisection Society, Annual Meeting, 22 m 

Sd 
Apothecaries Hall, List of Past Examinations, 

2 a 5 «— 10 a 6 b— 16 a 10 c— 23 a 8 /— 30 a 8 

c— 8 m7 o—lim 10 6—22 m 5 «— 28 m 5 s~5 

/ 6 a— 1U> 4/— 1 1 i 10 /— 19 i 6 i— 26 ; 9 J 
Arbuthnot (Cul.) Lecture on the New Military 

Rifle, 17>3y 
Arch (Joseph) and Leicester's Manifesto, 14y 6e 
Arches, &c. Court— Bell- Cox, Rev. Jas., 9 a 10 d 
Architectural and Building Trades Exhibition at 

the Agricultural Hall, 7 a 8 6 
Argentine Republic, New President, 16 a 10 c — 

15;3 / 

Legislative Proceedings, 12 m 10 f/ 

Argyll (Duke of; MovenicniM of, 3 m 9 d 



Argyll (Duke of) on Mr. Canning on the Lriafa 

Question, 23 j \0 d 
at Glasgow, on Home Rule, 22 a7 a 

on Mr. Gladstone's Manifesto, 10 7 8 6—11 

j 13J-14 7 13 a 

on the Liberal Party and its Leader, 80 ; 

12 6 
on the Scotch Dis-establishment Qaettkn^ 

5ef 86 
Aristotelian Fragment, 22 in 7 y 
Armenian Church, 9 i 12 r 

in Jerusalem, 19 a 5 / 

Miscellaneous News, 15 a 6 6 

Petition, 8 m 14 6 



ArmitMge (Dr. T. R.) Lecture on the Blind, 2 a 

\Sd 
Army Scripture Readers and Soldiera' Friend 

Society, Annual Meeting. 10 j 10 / 
and Navy Auxiliary Co-operative Supply 

(Limited), 24 m 11 h 

House Furnishing Company. 26 y 18 s 

Arnold (Matthew) on the Political Crisis, 22 m \ 

15 A 
Arnott (John) on an AltematiTe Policy for 

Ireland, 1 / I6« 
Arthur (,Ex-President) Health of, 16 a 9 /*— 26 

a7 d 
(Rear-Adm. W.) Lecture on the CoMt 

Defence of the Kingdom, 22 m 14y 

— (W.) Advice to Methodist Voters, 80 ; 18 s 
Artisans, Labourers and G[eneral DweUiogs 

Company, 15 m 12/ 
Artists' Benevolent Fund, Anniversazy Dinner, 

26a3/-5j 14 e 
General Benevolent Institution, Annual 

Dinner, 1 7 m 7 c 
Ascension Day Services, 8 ; 13 a 
Ashburne (Lord) at Frome, 22 ; 10/ 

on Home Rule, 15 a 7 6 

Ashbumham (Lord) on Home Rule, 7 a 6 /* 
on Lord R. Churchill and Civil War, 19 m 

Ashen tee. Inter tribal Fighting in, 20m 5 d 
45 German Traders Horribly Tortured, 20 

m 5 d 
Ashley (E.^) on the Imperial Parliament and the 

Iridh Grievances, 14 m 13 / 

on Mr. Morley's Speech, 5 ; 9 / 

Asia, Ethnographical Map of, 2 a 8 e 
Assam Company, 18 m 11 d--^ /He 
Assets Realisation Company, 28/ 11 e 
Association for Befriending Young Senranta» 

Annual Meeting, 15 m 9 e 
^— Pour La Protection des Plantes, Kotos on, 

23 ; 5 /— 30 / 4 6 
of Trade Protection Societies, Annual Meet* 

ing, 13 m 10/ 
Athlumney (Lord) Note on the Late, 24> 9/ 
Atkinson (A.) on the Pre-Historic Ship at Brigg, 

29 a 6 / 
(H. J.) on Mr. Pamelland the Tory Govern* 

ment, 24 ; 10 f 
Atlas Assurance Ompany* 22 m 15 a— 27 m 11 6 
AUSTRALIA: — 

Adehiide Jubilee Blxhibition, 24 ; 5 « 

£ngland*s Welcome to an, 14 ; 7 « - ^ 

and Ireland, 14 / 6 f—\5j 9 / 



«Jua« cO, l»86.] 



TALXKB^S INDEX TO *' THE TIMES*" NEWSPAPER, 



Bbb 



^natraliA {continued\ 

Fresh Gold DitcoTeries in the Kiicberley 

l>MtTict, 29jfi 14/ 
Informal Conference on Colonial Defence, 

19 a 5 r 

Mellwariie. Blebopric of, 18 ;' 5 </ 

Sourh. Meetinfir of pHrtwmetit, 16 a 11 ff 

> Legislative FrtxseediRgs, 28 a 3 <— 29 m 

14/— lU; bt 

Revenue Returnn. 2 a 6 « 

Western, Gold in. 18 a 6 c 

net nUo N«w (k>DTif Walb«— Nkw Z«a- 

LAKD — ViCTOftIA— QUBCNSLAMD. &C. 

Australian Mining Companies, see Minino 

Agricultural Company. 28/18 4 

Klectric Light, Power «nd6torage Company, 

14 I II e^2%i 12 d 
Mortgage Land and Finance Company^ 18 

a 13 A— 2» a 1 1 c 

Widows' Fund Life AssuranM Society, 20 

a 11 4: 

AUSTRIA :— 

- Annual Ceremony of Washing the Feet of 
12 Poor Men Preformed by the £mperor, 28 a 
3 6 

f^— Appointments. 28 / 6 « 
Esdgec. 2<i a o « 

Cabinet Crisis in, 29 m % <r-31 m « «— 1 ; 7 

a — 2 / 5 6—4 / 5 A— 7 ; 6 / 

Court News. 19 a 5 e—^ m 5 c— 23 ; 7 d 

Cycline at Li he. M m h e 

Fires in (ialician Villages. 8 w 5 e 

Grand Chanty i ete in Vienna. 20 m a <f 

Fete in. 2li a 9/SO a 5 < 

and Greece, 1 / 5 rf 

LAiidaturn Bill, 10 a 10 c— 1^ a5d-^\2 mo 

6—22 m 9 <T 

Laws against Socialists. 7 ;' o e 

Legislative Proceedings, 21 iw 5 r— 29 mi 14 

y— 10? od 

Military Inspection of Bosnia and Herze- 
govina. 1(» iM 6 «i— 12 M f' h 

- New Bridge at I^^etipolstadt Inaugurated by 
the Crown i'rince and Princess, 17 m of 

News about. 14/6 '—29 ; 5 r 

Painting of Dr. Sniolka Presented to. 27 mi 

bd 

Petroleum Tariff Bill, il ; S « 

Princess Metteroich*8 (.olosiuil Kft s on 

behalf of the Vienna HuKpitals. 81 m W n 
Prater Fete, \ i \h n 



Proposal to Rejniive the Monunient lo Gen. 

Hentze, 2/5 e— 7 i 5 « 

Riots in Buda Pestli 24 m 6 /;-9 / 5 d 

and Kunmania. !(> « \^^ r 

Royal Beiruihal. I m 7 ff 

• Seventh Internntiunal Oriental CuiigresM at 

Vienna, 2 ei 5 c 

— Socialism in. 10 m 6 a 

Tobacco Plantations in, 10 w 6 a 

' Tiade and CustoniH Commission, 18 w» 6 fc 
Austria- Hungary, News about, 6 n 5 /'— 8 and 

— 12 a 6 / -16 a 6 6—24 n 5 6^27 a 8 <?— 28 a 

6 if— 29 a 5 r 

— Grand National KestivHl to Celebrate the 
8<'«0th Anniversary of the ( 'oronation of the 
W'mt King of Buheuiiay 9 a 5 6 



Austria- Hungary, Commercial News, 7 m 5 6 

lyiHtnHmnces at Pesth, 8 ; 6 c— 10 ; 5 d — 

11/6 r/-12 / 7 d 

Iron Tratle, K m 5 4 

and Koumania. 8 « 5 d — 17 a 7 c—22 n ' /• 

—8 m h e- 13 w 5 6—14 w 5 6- 17 w oe — 19 /n 
7 f» — 21 M 5 r 

THriflfi*. <• m n d -25 m 5 d 

and I'urkry, l8Mt5 6 

AuMiriiiH KmbA»«v. 1 wi 11 «— 24 m 9/— 2M m II 
6-81 m\)d~l'/ 9e-16 ;9/— 17 /9 / 

AuAtrium, a New Ctiemical Metallic* Element, 21 
m h c 

A UMtro- Hungarian Society ef nenevoL'Hce, 2^ 

n 4 / 
Auti>grnplH. till' Osgood Collection. 28 u 4 d 

— Sale of. '/O o 7 c 
Aylesbury Dairy Company, Annnal Meeting, 5 
u 10 / 

B. 
Radiikslian, Rrttish Occupation of. 81 m 6 6 
Kaden-roweil (Geo./ on the I'Usonomic Value ta 
Ireland of the Union, 6 «« l^ <•— 8 si 8 e 

Note *m. 8 m 8 it 

Brigenal (P. H.) on Liberty in Ireland, 18 m 12 c 

»m Mr. Parneirs Siusech at Cincinnati, 27 

m8 6 

Haiewell (R.) on the Laud Purchase Bill, 80 a *i r 
babam^is. Governor 4»f. Mo^'ements of, 17 ? Jo r| 
ll.-iltor in Municipal Klecti.>ns, 17 / 12 a 
BHl'noral. Violent Stoim over, 17 Mf 7 e 
Ranicing ( barges, Action about, 18 m 12 cf 
BANKING: — 



Agricultural Rank of Copenhagen. 5 



tn 



— American Hanking Knterpriae, 2G a 7« 

Anglo-AuritriHn. \ii a b c 

Angio-Kgyptian Ranking Company, Mm 

1 1 11—25 m 12 fi 

Austro- Hungarian, 18 in 5 6 

Bank of Africa, i // Mis 

of England Avenge Stock of Bullion 

hjHby, I M .8 6 — 1 ; H»/ 

Imports and Kxportsof Precious MetnN 



^ee each Wteiclu Jietnrn. under MoN£Y Makkkt 
Notes m Circulation, Returns as yirm 



Weeklff 

Weekly Returns, 2 a 1 1 6—9 aWb&r 

— 18 a 11 6&C— 28 u 96 & r— 80 a 11 c&d~ 
7 M» 1 1 c— 14 Ml 1 1 /"— 21 m 12 6—28 m 1 1 6 ^i /• 
4; II 6—11 ? 11 «— 18 / 12 6 & c— 25; 9e & / 
of France, Weekly Returns, 2o 1 1 6- 9a 1 1 



6— 16 a 11 6— 23 a 9 ft— 7 m 11 c— 14 m 11 /— 
21m 12 6— 28 Ml 11 6— 5> 16 6—11 > 11 e— 1« / 
12 6—26 ;9e 

of Ireland, Note on, 14 / 18 6 

Montreal, 2« a 9 a 

of New South Wales, 1 m 13 6—19 ; 14 ft 

of New Stal ind 8\l tf 1 1 6—16 ; 1 1 6 

of Roumania, 29 / 12 d 

of Scotland. 7 a 1 1 6 

of South Australia, 2 a 11 6— 19 a 1 1 /• 

of Spain, 2 a 1 1 c— 8 a 1 1 c— 16 a 1 1 6^ 

22 a 6 6—29 a 1 1 /*— 13 in 1 1 6—27 m 11 6—4 / 
11 a-10/ 11 6-17 / 11 6-24 / 11 6 

Bankers Clearing House, in each \Vtfl'\ 

paper, after Bank of Knglmd 
— British Linen Company iiaak, 22 j 5 c 
B 7 



&i& 



palheh's index to '*tiie times" newspaper, 



[April 1 to 1 



Baiiking (conttnved). 

(^Hpttal and Counties. 18 ; 12 6 

Chartered of India, Australia and China, 

I a 11 /»— 10a la u-22r7 11 d 

Mercantile Bank of India, London and 

China, 21 a II </— 5 a 11 a—\9 a U a 

— - Ciry Melbourne Bank. W m 5 e 

Clydesilale Bank. 30 a 11 A 

C.Oil(\ & Co. AmiUffainate with Cocks, Bid- 

dulph & Co., 30 a 1 1 /' 

< Comparison of the Position of the Bank of 

England with Consols and French lientes, ses 
after B^tnk a/ Emjlnnl^ in each wetk*» paper 

Delhi and Loiidun. 15 a 11 e 

Deutf»che Bank. '6 a 1 2 u 

English Bank of Rio Janeiro, 15 m 18 6— 19 

711 18'*— 20/w 11 c— 3 /lie 

of the River Plate. 25 m 1 1 a 

GloQcesterbhire Banking Company, 10 m 

II d 

Imperial. 16/11 6 

Ottoman, 10 ; 1 1 6-29 / VJ b 

Ionian, 15 a 11 A— S m 13 <f 



— Land Mortgnge of ImVm, 8 m 15 <f 

— Lloyds, Barnetts and Bosanquet*8 Bank, 1 

— London and Brazilian. 8 a 12 a— 15 a 11 ^ 

Chartered of Australia, 10 m 11 a— 20 m 



11 e 



— of Asf oicatiuns, 6 w 1 1 a 
and Hsnst*atic Bank, 80 i )n h 
and River i'late, 2({ m \\ h 
ami San Francisooi 81 m II 6 
and South \Nei>tern. 4 iii 11 6 



— MunsUT, First Difilend. 1 a 10/ 

— National Bank of Australasia, 24 a 1 1 a^- 
om 13 b 

National of India, 1 a 1 1 6>~23 a 10 6 -. 

16 ; 1 U 

of Italy, Sail L-16 a 11 6-28 a 11 b 



~6 JN 1 1 6— 18 m 11 6—25 m 1 1 6—4 ; 7 6^28 
> 12 6 

Provincial Bank of England, 14 m 11 <f— 

10 ni h 

New Oriental Corporation, 19 a 13 6— 25j 



9e 

York Associated Banks, 12 a 11 a— 7 / 

11 n 

— Oriental. 9 a 1 1 6 

— I'rivate and Joint Stock Banks, Ciraulation 



Standard Bank of South Africa. 7 a M d 

BAKKKUPl'OIES :-- 

— r- Adams. R. G., 8 a 186 
.; Wni., 5 ) 15 

Adamson, W. F., 5 m Bd 

fc '- J., 30y i« 6 



Returns, I m 13 6 — 1 ; 10 / 

— Propttsal to Close the London Banks on 
Saturday at 1 o'Clock but re- proposed at 
2 o\ luck, 20 fii 1 1 a 

_ Ruyal Bank of Scotland. 2 7 11 6 

— Scotch and Irish. Amount of Specie Held 
by, 1 m 13'' -1 HO / 

^ State of Shares in Companies, see evisry 
duy'it ptiper 

— Union Bank of Australia, 18; 12 6 
of Scotland. 26 CI 9 u 



Bankruptcies (nmtinued), 

W. T., 9 « 12 6 

Ainslie, J. D., 28 ; 12 6 

Aire}-, John.. H a \H d 

Albury, John. 26 t 13 6 

Alcock, Joseph, 7 o I? r 

Alkin. Richard, 10 a 13 < 

Alsanson. Williamson. 5 m 8 </ 

Allen, Edmund, 3 a 18 d 

Alfred, 26 m 1 1 < 

Mrs. E., 8 m 16 6 

R. J.. 9;12r 

Joseph, 9 / 12 <T 

Thos., 12 w 11 / 

W. B., 8 Iff 16 4T 

Ailing, H. J. M., 5 m 8 < 

Allison, A., 29 m 15 c 

Wm.. 9; 12 c 

Alsop, Edw., 22 m 15 a 

Ambery, Martha, 2Si 12p 

Anderson, J.& Co., 28 a 12 «? 

T., 15 m 12 c 

Andrew. A. R., 26 m 11 a 

— ^ Aiming. Tom, 12 la 1 1 f 
Apelt, A. F. R.. 26 4M 11 a 

Appleyard, Abraham. 21 a 12 r/ 

Armstrong and Walmsley, 21 a 12 c/ 

Charlea, & Co., 1 m I'i'd 

Amotr, J., 7 a 12 6 

Arundel, Thos., 17 a 13 « 

Ashby. G. A.. 21 a 12 a 

Ashcroft, Peter. 5 is 8 *• 

Ashmore. Henry, 8 w 16 <t 

Ashton, Geo., 21 a 12 d 

Ashworth, Walter, 17 a 13 s 

Astbury. Fred., 80 / IH c 

Atkins. John, 15 w 13 c 

Atkinson, J. W.. 19; 18 6 

W.,7a 12 ff 

Attwell, R H.. 15 ai 13 f/ 

AttwMod, G. Mary. 8 a 13 </ 

Atwood. Edgar, 2 j \\ d 



Aubrey. Edward, 26 in 1 1 « 

Anty, Henry, 28 » I2« 

Avery. Richard. 19 m 1H s 

Awbery, David, 8 fa 16 c 

Axford. J. B., 17 a 18 

Aythford, Wm.. 19 i 13 6 

Baker. Thos., 5 m 8 <| 

Wro., Jun., 26/ 13 6 

W. G., 2>11 d 

Balfour, R.. 23; 12 6 

Banks. Henry, 12 m 11 A 

Barclays. & Co., 17 a 13 d 

Barker, Geo., 8 a 18 tf 

Geo , and A. E. Daniels, 6 n \H d 

James, 12 m 1 1 f 

W. B., 14 a 13 a 



Barluw. John, 21o 12d 
Barnes. John> 24 o Us 
Barnett, M., 22 ai 15 a 
Bart)n, 23 ; 12 c 
Barrett. Joseph. 10 a 13 
Barton, J. Am 8 m 16 c 
Bates, Harry, 30 7 16 c 

— Henry, 22 m 15 t 

— James, 19 at 13# 



•tune ^0, 1886.J falmIcr's iKbtcx to " TBiE TiMfes ** NfeWsPAriER. 



Ban 



(oofi/rnii«2)« 
Batchelor. Wm., 24a II e 
Buttey, Hanson, 26 m 11 « 
Baxter, Benjamin, 2b* m 1 1 « 
BHvlia, Francis, Sa \Sd 
Bcckerleg, A. J. juo., 28 a 12 « 
Bedford. Walter. 21 a 12 i^ 
Beeny, W. S.. 29 w lot 
Bell. Rob(., 12 Ml n /* 

— Praoci^i 15 m I3< 

— Geo^ 12; 1J)« 
Win., 1 »o I8e 



- Bellaeri, James. 17 a 18 « 

- Belyea. C. A., 15 m 18 s 

- Bending, Frank, 19 m 18 s 

- Benger. W. E., 12 m U /" 

- Bentiell, A. J. A., 14 a 18 c 

- Bennelt, John, 19 ; 18 6 
Thos.. 23 7 I 2 c 

- Bennison, J. K. 8 a IS </ 

- Benson, J. S., 26 ; 18 6 

- Beresford. Andrew, 29 m 15 s 

- berry, £noch, 24 a 1 1 e 

- James. 6 mS d 
W.B.. 12wn / 

- Betts, Wm., 7 a \2 e 

- BeYsn, Wra., 2 ; 1 1 <# 

> Berllleand Richardson, 28> 12 c 

- Bewick, Joseph, 17 a 18 < 

- Bilbrough, Geo., 12 m 11 s 

- Bingham M. Sarah. 15 m 18 t 
-Birch, W. F., 6> 15 e 

- Bird. Thos., 12; 18e 

- Blackburn, Wm., 5 mS d 

- Black well, Alfred, 28 a 12 </ 
-> Blenkfaorn, A. C, 14 o 18 e 

- Blow, James^ 14 a 18 e 

-> BlandeH. 0. T.| 16; 11 a 
Bone, J., 16; U</ 

- Bonnett, John, 8 m 16 c 

- Boiming, Frederick, 12 m liy 

- Boslejr. James, 17 a 18 s 

- BoswelL John Smith, 22 m 15 s 

- Bonsfleld, Matthew, 9 ; 12 c 

- Bowden, W. U., 29 m 15 > 

- Bo wen. Stephen, 19m 18 e 
-Bown. C. H. C.,24a 11 e 

- Bowness, Thos., 17 a Ids 
~ Brabner. J., 1 ai 12 5 

- Brace, Thos., 5 m 8 </ 

- Bradford, Gee., 1 m 12 6 

- Wm.. 28i 12 o 

- Bradley, Catherine, 5 m 8 d^ 

- Braham. Fred., 24 a 1 1 s 
-Braid, G., 5 ; 15 </ 

- Brain, S.O.« 10 a 18 e 
• Brake, W. A.. 19 ; 18 6 

- Bralsford, Hobt., 21 a 12 </ 
. Bray, H. F., 26mlls 

. BretteU, £. N., 7 a\2d 

- Biewis, J. W., 26^18 e 

- BHsley, Mary, 8 m 16 c 

- Brittan, Henry. 12 m 11 f 

- Brockwell. T, W., 28 ; 12 c 

- Brooks, W. H., 5 m 8 <f 

- Brown, J. 8 a 185 
T.J..24a 11 s 



Bankmptoies (continued). 

Brown. Wm., 80 i' 16 e 

W.J., 7o 12/ 

Browne, M., $a l$d 

John. 1 w 12 6 



Browning, E. B., 7 a 12 (^ 

Brownlow, Wm., 28 o 12 s 

Bruce, J. B., 12 m 1 1 d 

Brothers & C4>., 80 ; 16 * 

Brjran. Robt., RmBd 

Brvars. Frederic, 26 ; 18 5 

ft4d4. W. F., 22 w 15* 

Bunting, James, 17 a 18 s 

Biirgess. Annie Louisa, lA n 18 i 

Bttrkinshaw, James^ 8 a 18 d 

Burnsiiie K. J., 8 m 16 c 

Baron, ('hns., 29 m 15 s 

Borrows. Geo^, 19 ; 18 6 

Callow. Tllos., 24 a 11 s 

CampbeU, O. H.) 1 m 12 6 

A.. 15 IN 18 c 

Jolln McGregor 17a 18 s 

— . Carlyon, Thos.. 26 m 1 1 e 

Carpenter, G. R., 19 ; 18 6 

Carr, Wm.. 16; 1> s 

Carton, John, 24 a 1 1 s 

Caton, Wm., 19 m 18 « 

Canlfleld. Chas., 19 ; 18 6 

Cave. John. 19 ; 18 5 

Chalmers, A.. 26 m lie 

Chambers. Alfred, 17 o 18 e 

Chandler, Afpnes and Martha, '60j\6^ 

Chapp 11, Thos.. 26 n8 c 

Charig, David, 8 m 16 

Charles, Wm.. 8 m 16 c 

— .- Cbiirnley. John, 24 a lie 

Cheeneman, W. S., 12 ; 18 « 

Cheshire, G. R., 10 a 18 s 

Chilwell, J. A., 12 / 13 s 

Chreseson and Son. 5 ; 15 s 

Clapp, W. J., 5 ;• 16 6 

Clapton, Edwin, 26 i 18 c 

Chire, J. M., 8 a 13 <f 

CUrk, J.R., 14 a 18 s 

E. T., 5 w 8 c 

B. J. and H. V. P., 5 m 

Chirke. Edwin, 8 a 18 cf 

Amy, 24 a 11 s 

Geo.. 14 a 18 s 

J. W., 5 m 8 rf 

Robt.| 9; 12 c 



8(r 



Thos.. 28 a 12 s 



Clarkson, Geo., 21 al2d 
Cleaver, £. L.. 15 m 18 <f 
Clayton. Henry, 7 a \2 d 
Clegg. Edw., 21 a\2d 
— Jotaph, 24 a 1 1 s 



Cleniinshaw, liich., 22 w 16 s 

Clinch. Chas., 5 ; 15 / 

Cobbold. H. T*. 22 m 16 s 

Cock, David, 2 ; 1 1 rf 

Cocks. W. A., 7 a 12 c 

Cocktfhott. R. F., 5 at 8 (^ 

Cockson, W. C, 8 m 16 e 

Codhng. Matthew, 12 m 11/ 

— - Cohen, Isaac, 2 7 1 1 d 

-^^ Ct^fe. 9. Sa 10 a 18 # 



Ban 



PAI.U£R> mORX TO ''^ TffK TIlTKS ^ NEWSfAPKR. 



[April 1 t9 



Bankmptcias (continwfd). 

Cotley, Henry, 19 w \9*c 

Tlio«.. 24 a 1 1 c 

ColBogbuurne, Kdwin. ^j 12 c 

CoIUns, Albert 7 a 12 e/ 

W. ^.. 19 m IHe 



15 « 



Compton, John,. 16 m 13 e 

Cook, W. B. r.. 26mi II e 

Cooper ftnd Shnw. 5 ; 15/' 

(^opiey. Kinmi (^lara, I5'm 13 

Cordeux, Jf>hn. 14 a 18 e 

Covey, Ke^rtriHJd, 21 a 12 d 

Cornelius. Albert, 12 ; 10 k 

Cettel. KSflniiifl. 19 i 13 h 

Coulson. Squire, 17 a 13 e 

CoultiiiAi), WiDk, sen. and Wm. Jooi, 22 m- 



Coupe, Thos.. 10 a 18 



CovenlHle. Tho«.. 19 ; 18 ft 

CowHfd, Jftines. 9 ; 12 c— 12 9 13 

Cowdy. J. J., 19ni 13 

Cowie. W.. 24 a 1 1 p 

Cowley. Chas., 23 ; 12 c 

Cox. John. 29 m 15 

Coxon, S. B., 3 a 13 (* 

(^romp. Henry. 29 w 15 

tfiwnksllRw. Mosea: 3 a 13 </ 

Crawford, Win. H., 7 <i 12^a 

Craw»haw, Geo., 8 m 16 c 

Creaaer, James, 14 a 13 

Crispin. F. V'.. 26 ; 13 6 

Critchlow. Bernard, 26 ; 13 r 

Croft. Alfred, 1? w 1 1 / 

Crook. C. M., 8 w 16 c 

Cro>8ley, SamueU 29 m 15 

Crounip. James, 26; 13 c 

Ciuwdace, G. L<, 10 a 180 

Crump. A. B., 17 a 13 

Cubic t, Amelia Jane. 22 m 15 e 

Cullfen, E. J„ 26 w 1 1 e 

Cuming and Barnett. 7 a 12-e 

Curr, r.. &Co., 2 7 U c 

Currie, J., 17 « I8rf 

& Co., 5 ; 15 (J 

Curry, F. W.. 30 ; 16 c 

F. W.. 8n; 16 c 

KobinsoD and Curry, 14 a 13 



Bankraptcier ( eonttnued). 

Davie*. T. H., 12; I8e 

Walter, 30 i 16 c 

Wra., 5 ; 16/ 

Davis. Levi, 5 7 15/ 

H. G., 23 ; 12 c 

J. W., 16/11 

Daw, G. H., 5; 15 

Dawson-. Wmi. 5 / 16/ 

Day, Or, H., 28 ; \2e 

— Daykin, C. E.. 24 a 11 e 

Deakin. Wm.. 16 ; 11 

De Buck. Catherine. 12 m Mr 

Dedicoat. Rich;, 22 m 15 

Deeley, Felix. 26 mils 

De Mesa, Simeon, 7 a 12 c 

— Denham, James, 15 m 13 
Dennis. Joseph, 17 a 13 

— Dantith; James. 26^m U 

Dermont, Isaac, 2 ; 1 1 d 

Dewhurst, Wmi. 21 a 12 d' 

Deykes, R. A.. 19i 13 b 

Dick, A., 19 m 13 d 

Dksken. Samuel, 12 ; 18 

< Dickinson, John, 12 m II /' 

Ralph, 2; 11 d 



- Cuthill, J.J., 17 a 13 
Dack, Robt.. Sa \Sd 

- Drtlby, J. and A. J., 19 m 13 

Dale, W., 24a II r 

Dnnson, H. U. (\. 5 m 8 (/ 

Dardelle. Alexis, 5^150 

- Davey. Geo., 2; IJ d 
Daviea; Edw., 12/ 13 

(^, 2ii a \2d 

David, 5 i 15/ 

E. ()., 8 m 16'c 

Francis A., 24 a 11 

H. >. 29 m 15 

Isaac, 23/ 12 c 

James, 5 ; 15 / 

John, 5 m 8 d 

I,,T.. 19; 13 5 

Ri W., 19 m IS 

Samuel. 21 a- 12 cf— 30 / 16 c 

Th08), 29 m 15 



Dicks, John, 15 m 13 
Dixon, John, 24 a 11 

— T.J.,. 10 a 13 

— A. D. and S., 12 m 11 / 
Dobfton. Isabella, 2/11 d 

— Edwin, 14>; II0 
Dodd. John, 7 a 12 li 

— T. H., 29 w 15 
Donald. J., 23 i 12 5 
Donaldson. J., 9 9 12 a 
Doughty, W. G., 14 a 18 
Douglas, J. R., 23; 12 6 

— M. A. and J. N., 12; 13 
Dovey, Edw., 21 a 12 d 
Down, J. S., 8 a 18 </ 
Drake, Wm.. 3 a 13 i/ 
Drew, G. B. U., 8 a 13 d 
Drununond, J E., 12 ; 13 
Duncan, H., 2 ;' 1 1 r 
Dunn, liobert, 21 a 12 r 
Dymond, W.. 17 a 13 
Earp^ Joseph G.. 21 aVld 
Eastoii. Frederick, 12 ; 13 e 
Edmunds, Edmund, 16 ; U 
Edwards, Thos.. 3 a 18 d 

— Benjamin, 19 ; 13 6 
Jauies. 24 a 1 1 



—— Elgie. Hannah M., 10 a 13 « 
Ellington, Wm., 16/ II 

Elliott. Edwin, 15 m 13 d 

Roecius. 17 a 180 

Ellin, T.H., 10 a 13 

Henry, 15 m 13 1^ 

— ^ Reuben, 5 ; 15 / 

Richi, 5 J 15 / 

W.. 22m 5 c 



U) 



Elves, Chas. Edw.. 17 o 13 
Elworthy. Fanny M., 14 a 13-0 
Embi«,Thos.,.16.;ll 
Entwiste, Joseph; 26 m 1 1 e 
Esdeo and Coutens, 26 m M 



iuneSO, 1886] 



PALMKB'S IND&X 70 " t'UK TI*E8 NKWSTAPER. 



fiatf 



^tnkniptdes (cantinued). 

E»keil. Sarah. 14 a 18 

' — £theiidge, Geo., ie> 1 1 « 

£?an0. Barrow. \0 a 18 « 

David. 29m 15«— I6f 11 «-atoi 16e 

* ThoB.. 5 w 8 1/-8O y 16 c 

T. M.,6>l6e 

Wm., \2 m \\ f 

and Macleod. 19 m 18 c 

Eveofo, Nicholas, 10 a 13 « 

Ererall, Annie, 9 ; F3 e 

Faed, J. F., 26 A l\ 4 

' Fafrin, Mordecai, 9 ; 1 2 c 

Fairhead, T. J., 17 a 18 « 

Fail hurst, Joseph, 14 a 18 

Fanta. Ferdinand. 15 m 18 ci 

Farley, J. B., 7 a 12 rf 

Farrant F. J., 2 ? 1 1 d 

- — Fawdry. ThOs., \7 a 19 i 

Fawn, Geo., 10 a 18 < 

Fearearyear, Geo., 23 / 12 c 

Feddem. J. F., 19 ; 18 h 

- — Feltrap, Andrew, 29 m 15 s 
•* — Fenn, Louisa, 21 a 12 a 

Ferguson. J. M., 5 m 8 e 

-• — Finch, James. Ha\&e 

- Findlay, John, 28; 12 c 

Fisk, Wm., 21 a 12 (^ 

Fleming, E. L., 26 la 11 e 

Edward. 9 ; 12 c 

Fletcher, John, 24 a 1 1 e 

Hich.. Jan., 80 ; 16 c 



Bankrnptciea (nmttnued). 
— Giliatt, John, juii., 29 m 15 e 

Gilnian. Alfred, 10 a 18 « 

Giunini,- Giuliano, 8 m 16 c 

GUves, T. W.. 29 m 15 « 

Glover. Thoi.. 15 m \S d 

Gloyne and Tocker, 28 j 12 c 

(ioble, Frederick. 21 a 12 d 

Golden and Chapman, 5 m 8 d 

Goldsnrid. M. J., 21 a 12 d 

Goodall, C. F.. 19 ; 18 h 

- Goodwin. G. J.. 14 u 180 
James. 22 m 15 e 

Gore, Wm. H.. 24 a 1 1 

Gower, James, 9 ; 12 c 

Gracie. J„ 6 j \5 d 

Gntfham, Christopher, 8 m 16 c 

E., 19 m 13 d 

M., 28.; 12 b 

thoB., 2 ; 1 1 



Ford, Henry, 12 m 11/ 

— O. O., 26 m 11 
Forder, Frederick, 5 m 8 cf 
Forth, A. C, 16 ills 

— J. F., 22 m 15 
Forrester, Wm., 21 a 12 * 
Forwood, C. B., 17 a 18 
Foster, Chartes, 2> 11 (f . 
Foulstone, Thos., 8 m 16 e 
Fox, Herbert, & Co., 24 a 11 

— R. C. 2; Ud 
France, W.S., 19 i 186 
Francis. C. O., 9> 12 c 

— Henry, 16; II 
Frankish, G. W.. 26^ 18 c 
Fraser, D., 6j 15 d 
Freedraan, Harnett, 24 a 1 1 
Freeman. Thos., 5 ; 15 / 
French. John, 29 m 15 
Fnllarton, A., 26il8a 
Farnell. John, 24 a 1 1 
Fumiss, J. O., 12 mil f 
GabbitaM, H. J., 10 a 13 
Gamble, Kobt.. 5 m 8 d 
Gange. W., 7 a 18 e 

Oard, Geo., 17 a 18 
Gardner, T. R., 28 a 12 
George, John I.. 21 a 12 d 

— John, 29 m 15 
Gerhold. Henry, 80 ;' 16 c 
Gilbert, F. Wm.. 12 m 11/ 
Gilchrist, H. C, 29 m 15 
Gill, G. H., 14 a 18 
OilUra, Thos., 2 i II d 
GiUard, Samuel, 2/11 d 



Grant, Wm. Chas., 21 a 12 d 
Gray. Mary and Emma, 21 a 

— Tom, 21 a \2 d 

— Wm.. 28 a 12 
Greaves, Wm., 12 m 11/ 
Green, Geo., 7 a 12 d 

— A. 8., 9>12 6 

— F. J., 5 ; 15 / 

— Wm., 17 a 13 
Greench. E. G., 7 a 12 c 
Greenwell. Leonard. 8 a 18 d 
Greenwood. David, 15 m 18 

— and Darwen, 29 m 15 
Gregory, Chas., 26 m 1 1 
Griesselich, H. V., 12 m 11 
Grieve, A., 26> 18 6 
Grii&D, Edwin, 19 j 13 6 

— N. D., 14 a 18 
Wm,, 8 m 16 e 



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Griffith, Thoa., 9i 12 r 

Griffiths, Chas., I2jf 18 

Evan, 21 al2d 

John, 5 ;■ 15/ 

Joseph, 12 i 18 

-»— Griodley, Samuel, 5 m 8 d 

Orinyer, Walter, 5 j 15 

Groat, A. T„ 3; 11 c 

Grundy, Grundy and Harnett, 7 a 12 </ 

Guy, David, 19 i 18 b 

Uadingham, W. E., 2 ; 11 d 

Hahn, Hermann, S a IS d 

Haider. M. G. C, 26 ; 18 ^ 

Hales, John, 26 m 1 1 

Hall Joseph, 3 a 18 d 

Thos.. 80/16 



Hallam, Thos., 5/15/ 
Hamel Leopold, 22 m 15 
Hamer, R. W., 19 m I80 

— W. B., 22 m 15 
Hann, Frederick, 19 m 18 
Hammond, S. G., 7 a 12 </ 
Hampton, James, 14 a 13 
Hamsher, Michael, 26 m 11 
Hancock, F. A., IbmlSd 

— John, 26 m 1 1 

Hancome, W. E., 16 /ll 0—19; 18 c 
Hannibal, Alfred., 22 tn 15 e 

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Bankraptdes (conttnued). 

Harding, Albert, 12 in 11 « 

Eilw., 17 Q 18 c 

Tho8. 19 ; 13 h 

Hardi, T. O.. 10 a 13« 

Hardy, Geo.. 6 w 8 d 

Stepherii 5 m 8 (/ 

Wm., 5; 15/ 

HargreBTee, Edw.. 3 <i K3 </ 

Harmer, J. F., 26 m 1 1 e 

' Harper, Isaac. 22 m 15 e 

J.. 21 a 12 ft 

^— — Harris, Morris, 9 f 12 c 

Harrison, John, 14 a 18 « 

Henry, 16j II « 

Joseph, b m S d 

■ Leonard. 26 m 1 1 « 

R. S., 26 m II 

— ^Wm., 80n6tf 

Hartley, Stanley, 17 a 18 « 

— Harvey, Geo., 5 ; 16 « 

J. H., 21 m\2d 

P. P.. 12;18« 

Harwood, thos.. 10 a 18 € 

-^— Hawking. Edw. and Jane. 19/ 18 h 

Hawkins. A. E.. 1 ni 12 6 

-•^ Hayes. F. R.. 8 a 13 d 
" Mary Ann. 26 ; 13 h 

— Haywood, Wm., 2\ a \2 d 

-— — Hazelby, M« J. and R. L., 1 m 12 5 

— Hayser. J. P., 8 m 16 c 
«— Hazle, Edw.. 12 m 11 « 
•^- Heath. Thos., 21 a 12 d 
<— Heilbron, Joseph. 17 a 18 e 
Hebby, Henry, 22 m 15 « 

— Hemingway, Thos.. 2 ; 11 d 
Henderson. R. R.. 19 ; 18 6 

— Henning. Emil. 24 a 1 1 e 
Henson, Ernest. 28 ; 12 c 

' Heptonstall, J. H.. 21 a 12 (/ 

— — Herd, Chas., 5 mS d 

Hext, Thos.. 19 ; 18 b 

*— Heyden, V. L., 24 a 1 1 e 
— — Hey wood, Joseph, 24 a lie 

fligginson, S. S.. 6 ; 15/ 

Higgs, Wm., 12; 18« 

^— - Higham, James, 1 m 1 2 6 
'—^ Hiider. John, 24 a 1 1 c 

Hill & O)., 21 a 12 6 

Henry, 16; 11 t 

■ James, 6 mS d 

Hime. H. E. 21 a 12 d 

Hindley, Thot., 26 m 11 e 

Hinton, J. L., 2 j 11 d 

' Hirst. Sidney, 21 a 12 d 

8. H^Sm 16<: 

Hitchcock, John, 10 a 18 /* 

Hobbs, Charlotte, 26 m 11 e 

Hodgson, G. T., 6 ; 10/ 

— * Hodson, Morris, 8 m 16 e 

— Holden, James, 19 m 18 e 

« Hollamby. H. C, 1 m 12 6 

HoUiday, J. W., 12 ; 18 e 

— Hollies, Joseph. dOjASo 
--^ Holmes, David, 7 a 12 d 
John. 1 m 12 A 

Mary Ann, 9; \2 h 



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fiankraptdes {continued), 

Holly. A. A.. 16; 11 s 

Holt J. L., 24 a lis 

Holyoake. Wm.. 21 a 12 d 

Hood. C.S., 7 a 12 </ 

Honey wood. Cha«., 14 o 18 e 

Hoodless. Rich., 26 m 1 1 e 

Hooson. I. G., 19/18A 

Hopkiiison. Wm., 8 a 18 </ 

Horner, E. F., 15 w 18 r 

HorsfieM. Osmond, 12 m 11/ 

Howard. (\, 9 » 12 o 

Howatson. Geo.. 26 w 11 ^ 

Howe. J. M., 8 m 16 c 

Wm.. 5 m 8 o 

Howell, Henry, 28 o 12 * 

J. n, 28n2r 

Howells. Arthur. 28n2<T 

Howes. Wm.. 10 a 13 « 

- Hoyle, W. A.. 14 « 13 e 

Hudson, E. W., 16 m 18 /f 

- - Hudson, Samuel, 7 a \2 d 

Hughes, Arthur, 10 a 18/ 

Caroline, 15 m 18 e 

G. B.. 3 a 18 d 

James, 9 ; 1 2 r 

■I John, 14 a 18 e 

Humphreys, Atme, 7 a 12 d 

W.J., 19 w 18 e 

Geo., 19; 18 6 

H. D., 80;16c 



Hunt, Henry, 30 j 16 c 
— Robt. 29 m 15 « 
Wm. James, 10 a 18 e 



- — HontingUm. Wro., 5 ; 16 /" 

- Huntrods, L«, jun., T a \2 d 
— ^ Huntly, J. B., 24 a 1 1 s 

Hurse, J. F., 19; 18 6 

Hustwait, Lewis, 29 m 15 s 

Hutchings. James. 19/18 6 

-«— Hutchison, Geo., 8 a 18 d 
J., 19 ; 18 a 

Hyman, Montague, 2 ; II c/ 

Harris, 23 ; 12 c 

Idle, Fred., 19 i 13 6 

Irvine. Wm., 26 ; 13 6 

Israel, Israel. 80 / 16 <r 

Jacki^on, J. H.. 8 a 13 d 

Jacobi, Chas., 3 a 13 d 

James, G. R., 14 a 18 c 

0. T. C. 5 m 8 d 

■■ James, 2 ; 11 d 

John, 22 m 15 a 

Joseph, 24 a 1 1 s 

— ^— Jardine, R. J., 15 m 18 s 
— ^ Jarratt, James, 7 a 12 d 

Je£fooat, Henry, 12 m lie 

Jenkins, SopMa, \0al3f 

Jenner, J. S., 7 a 12 d 

Johnson, J. F., 28 a 12 s 

A. W., 15 m 18 e 

John and T. A., 2 • 11 d 

— — Johnston, J. T., 15 m 18 r 

I)., 26 ; 18 a 

Jolly, Wm. H., 8 a 13 d 

Jonas, Jacob, 17 <? 13^ 

Jones, R. C, 2>lld 



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Bbnkraptdes (continued), 

Jonea, Ann S., 9i 12 ^ 

Darid. 1 m 12 6 

Eyan, 12 ; 13 « 

R. W.. 29im15« 

^ H. C, 12 w 11/ 

— James, 14 a 13 a 

J. O., i9»a Ida 

M. A., 2; 11 </ 

Stephen, 9 1 12 6 

Tho«., 5 i 16 /•— 16 / 11 a 

T. H., 19 m 15 c 

-« Wm.. 21 a 12 d 

•"^— Jooea, Wm., 10 o 13 / 

• Wm.. 26/l8« 

W. L., 12 ; 18# 

W.T.. 28; 12 c 

Joj, C. P., 24 a 11 a 

Joyce, Chaa., 26 m lie 

Kavanagh, Bartholomew, 19 91 IS a 

Keeley, liobt., 26 m 1 1 c 

Keen. Edwin, 2 > 11 d 

lialman, James. 28 ;' 12 r 

Kempe, F. J. S.. 6 m 8 rf 

Kendall. Chat., 24 a 1 1 c 

Kent Enoch. 8 a 18 r/ 

Wm.. 10 a 18 / 

W.J. 22 w 15 ff 

'. Kerr. J., 2 n 1 a 

-. — KesUrton, James. 19 m 18 c 

• Kettto Samuel 12 • 13 e 

Kejr. Aaron, 12 m 1 1 y 

Keyden. J., 8 a 13 6 

Kiddy, W. and R. 0,. 6 i« 8 6 

Kiley. Roland, 2/11 d 

Kilvington. C. J, Ha \Sd 

King. Waher, 14 fi 13 e 

A. Cm 21 a ]2d 

Horace. 2 /lie 

Kmgham, Walter, 7 a \2 d 

- Khininroont. 1«. K.. \2 m \l d 
Kinsey, Jainea, b la S d 

I^irkwood. 80 ; 16 c 

Kirton, R. G , 22 m 15 « 

KUtis, Clemens, 26 / 13 A 

-» — Kluninger, ¥. O., 2 ; 1 1 a 

Knapp, E. L., 80 / 16 h 

Knight, Thos.. 29 m 15 a 

Laing, T., 9 » 12 a 

Lake. Thos.. 21 a 12 rf 

Lambert, John, 19 / IS 6 

and Lambert, 1 7 o 13 e 

Lampard. Joseph. 14 a 13 a 

Lane, C. 8., 9 / 12 r 

Laverick, S. I).. 12/ 18 e 

Lariogton, Henry, 12/ 18 a 

'. Law, Henry, 12 / 13 a 

John, 26 m He 

Lawrence, Edw,. 10 a 13 /^ 

LawKun, E, G.. 5j 15 e 



Bankruptcies (continued), 

Levy. Isaac, *26j 18 5 

Snmufl. 10 a 18 e 

Lewis. J. D.. 14 a 13 e 

Abraham, 1 2 / 13 e 

David. 21 o 12 d 

F. W.. 19 m 13 e 

James. 6 j 16 /" 

Joseph, 16 / II e 



\2d 



Liddiatt. T. T., 7 a 
LimUey. K.J..]0a\3f 
LincUay, J. H. O.. 16/ 11 e 
Linnell, S. G., 8 m 16 c 
Liptrot, James, 3 a 13 (/ 
Lister, J. W., \2m W f 
Litflewuod, B. L.. 16 m 18 e 
Livett. Kate, 6 m 8 </ 
Livingstone. John, 21 a \2 d 
Lloyd, J. A. F. C. 8 a 18d 
Lock wood, Rubinson, 12 ; 18 a 
Long, J. A., 7 a 12 d 
— W. F., 5 TO 8 d 
Longman, F. J., 8 m 16 c 
Love<1ay, John, 21 a 12 d 
LovellJ. R., 24 a 11 c 



Lovelock. Mary Jane, 1 7 a 

Loveys. J. Isaac, 12 / 18 a 

— I^we, Wm.. 9 / \2 e 

I^wry, C, H., '28 /12 c 

Lucia, Georgiana, 5/16 f 

Lucking. 11. J. A., 21 a 12 c 

Luscombe, Geo., 19 / i8 6 

Lyle. Emily A., 26 m 1 1 e 

Lyon. Joseph. 12 m II / 

- Lyons, Harris, 1 m 12 6 
John, 30/ 16 c 

MacDtmald, J., S a IS h 

Macdonald, J. C, 28 a 12 </ 

MaeEwan. Edw., 26 / 18 o 

- Macfarlane, G., 5 / 16 c/ 

Mackenzie, O., 28 a 12 rf 

T.. 22 mine 



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Macleniian. D., 26 m 1 1 o 
Maclure, A. F., 7 a 12 5 
Manton, Henry, 6 / 16 / 
Marfell. Thos., 3 a 18 £^ 
Markham, W. H», 26 / 13 o 
Marriott, Fred., 17 a 13 e 
Marsden. Benjamin. 22 m 16 # 
Marsh, John. 17 a 18 e 
Marshall, T. W., \\) m \S d 
.- Wm., 5/16/ 



Le Tellier, Joseph, 28 u 12 e 

Lee, James, S m \6 e 

A. H.. 22 m 15 e 

Leech, S. H., 8 a 13 rf 

Leney, G. C. 6 w 8 d 

Lester, Dorey, 29 m lo a 

-. L^ver. GeQ., V4 w H ; 



— Mason, E. J., 9 / 12 a 
Julia H.. 12; 13« 



Mathie, J., 15 m 13 c 
Matthewman, Joseph. 13 / 13 e 
Matthews, Henry, 24 a 1 1 e 
— ' Jesse. 8 m 1 6 c 
Maxwell. Jamea. Sa \S d 
M'Cullagh, J. 8. G.. 22 m 16 e 
M'Doma. P. W., 10 m 13 d 
M*Guffie, Rev. John, 12 m 11 d 
M'Gmniss, B., 9 / 12 a 
M« Henry, J., 17 a 18 d 
M'lntosh. 12 m 11 / 
M^Kie, James, 1 m 12 6 
M^Klnnell, W,, I2m\ld 



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[April I to 



Bankmptlces (continued), 

MLaren. D., 23.; 12 h 

M Laudilan, D., 24 a 1 1 ^ 

. MLean, D.. 24 a 11 c 

McLenn and Sons. 7 a \ h 

McLeod, Mary, 14 a 13 < 

MMicking. Gilbert, 6m6d 

M Murtrie, I).. 6 m 8 6 

MNealy, S.. 15 m 18 c 

MPherson. J. R., 29 w 16 « 

M -Phillips. Jamea, 26 /« 1 1 « 

Mead. Elizatteth. 8 m f 6 c 

Mentha, R. G., 19 ; 13 h 

Messent. Chaa.j 26 m 1 1 £ 

Metcalf. Tho8., 9 ; 12 c 

Meyer and Morris. 12m lie 

Meyrick, J. W., 7 a 12 </ 

Midgley Edw.. 26 ; 13 c 

The«piiilu8, 19 7 13 A 

Miles. Michael, 17 <i 18 « 

MiUard Dinah, 6)15/ 

Miller, G. H.. 19 m 13 e 

W. H.. 1 m 12 6 

R. and C, 23 ; 12 h 



Mills, Robt., 14 a 13 < 

Charles, 22 m 16 « 

Geo., 9/ 12 c 

J. W., 9; 12 c 

. Wm.. 24 o lie 

and Baxter, 15 m 18 e 

Minna, John, 8 m 16<t 

: MinshaU T. an4 S. 5-. 19 / 13 «» 

Mister, F. M.. 3 a 13 </ 

Mitchell, Tho»«., 7 a 12 rf 

Mitchley, Sanjael. 15 m 13 # 

Mockler. K, 26 > 18 c 

Mo£Fat. J. Q,. 6 w 8 rf 

Moore, Henry, 17 a 18 < 

. Edw., 24 a 1 1 « 

J. G., 24 a 1 1 e 

Mark. 22 m 16 e 

— Morfee, Thos.. 8 a \S d 
Morgan, James, 26 m 11 e 

H. J., 2; 11 e 

J. T., 9; 12c 

. John, 19 » 18 6 

Morris. Moss, 19 m 18 e 

, E. G., 22 m 15 « 

— ^ Morrison, Chas., 17 a 18 « 

Morrod, Thus., 30 ; 16 /• 

Morrow, Timothy, 29 m 15 « 

James, 15 ni 13 s 

Mortimer, Chas., 19; 13 6 

Morton. John, 12 / 13 < 

Mottet. Hector. 5 ; 16/ 

Mowbray, R B., 21 a 12 ^ 

Moxey, W. P., 21 a 12 rf 

MuUay, J. M. 30 ? 16 c 

_ Mumford, Wm.. 24 a 1 1 « 

Munday, Thomas, 28 a 12 < 

— — Munro, Duncan, 9 7 12 c 

Murley, T. W., 14 a 13 e 

Murphy, J., 19 ; 13 a 

MurreUs, W. A.. 19 ; 13 h 

Muscott and Muscott, \Aa IS e 

— Nagington, E. C, 17 a 18 t 
mm— Nation, John, 12 m 11 /' 

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Bankruptcies {continued), 

Nay lor and Beasley, 19 ; 13 « 

Nesle. J. S., 23i 12 c 

W.C.. 7ol2rf 

Nelson. J. J. and J., \9 f \S 

Nelmes. Thos., 7 a \2 d 

Neve, H. J., 10 a 13/ 

Newman. J. H., 19 w 13 • 

Newton, W. H., 29 m 16 e 

NichoUs. Wm.. 17 a 13 « 

H. J., 19/ 13r 

J. H.,8 wi 16 c 

Nickson, W. R.. 17 1 13 « 

Nightingale. Joaiah. 22 m 15 « 

Nixon, Geo., S o \3 d 

Wm.,30;16c 

Norris, Walter. 6 i» 8 d 

North, A. and J., 12 ; 18 e 

Nugent, Sir Charle.«, 1 w 12 6 

Nurtall. Robt., 3 a 13 d 

- Oakley, Wm., 5 ; 15 / 
Oaksford, Henry, 24 a 1 1 a 

Oborne. Tom. 22 m 1 5 « 

O'Connell, B.. jun.. 12 m 11 il 

Oddy, John. I m \2 h 

Oelrichs, Jessie Kdith, 6^ 16 / 

Offley, S. B.. 5 / 16 / 

Olivier, H. J., 19/ 13 6 

Ornstien. Lewis, 26 m 1 1 « 

Orton, Thos., 12 ; 13 « 

Osboume, Wm., jun., 287 12^ 

Owen. Jane. 12 j l3 ^ 

Oweus D.J., 9; I2c 

Owstoti, James, 24 o 1 1 a 

Oxiade. James, jun.. 12 m 11 / 

Oxley. Riinsome, 23 ; 12 (^ 

Padmore. A. A.. 6 7 15 /* 

Page. T. A., 23 t \^ c 

Paine C.J.. 22 w 16 a 

C, N., 26 ; 13 6 

Palli^er, Wm., 16 j 11 « 

Palmer. G. V., 15 m 13 a 

- Pappa. D. G.. 29 m 15^ 
Paifltt, VVm., 10 a 13 V 

Park. Joseph, 6 mS d 

harkfl, 'ohn, 12 w 11 / 

Parlour, Thos., 22 w 15 < 

Parrett, Samuel, 9 7 12 c 

«— Parrish, Henry, 67 15 /* 

Parry, Graham. 16 m Ha 

Parsons, .Joseph, 7 a 12 d 

U. H., 26i?i II e 



Partridge. Thos.. 22 m 15 « 
Paxton. Henry, 24 » 11 e 
Payne and AHen, 17 a 13 a 
— James \2 m \\ f 
Peach. ( harles. 2; 11 s 
Peachey, Ezra. 3 a 18 d 



Peacock. J. G., 17 a 18 a— 22 m 15 a 

Pears. R. G., jun.. 30 7 16 e 

Pearse, A. A., 22 m lo € 

Pearson, Wm., 30; 16 a 

Peasgood, J. F., 9 ; 12 6 

Pearson. Sarah, 9 ;' 12 c 

Peate, P, H., 22 m 16 

Peel, H. C, 2; I] e 

Pellew, R.B., ^4 o U| 



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Buikiiiptci68 {conlmued^. 

Fenney, H. C. 2 ; 1 1 e 

Penty, Eilw^ 8 w 16 « 

Pepper. R. Bm 9 ; 1 2 c 

p«rr«tt R. H.. 26 m 1 1 « 

Petlit, Uichitrd. -^6 i \3e 

liielan. ^llch>^^•!. 22 m 15 « 

PbiUipn, Henry. 24 «i 11 « 

Edmund, 9 / I2« 

J A., If» m 13€ 

Kobt.. 15 *» 13 « 

Philp. R., 23/ 12 fe 

Phipps K. H. P.. 21 <T 12 rf 

Phy thimi, ThoK.. 2 > 1 1 rf 

Pieken«. Samuel. 1 9 w 1 H « 

Pickering, ICobt. and Cliai., 12 « 11 / 

Pickle*, Slater. 26 « 1 1 e 

Pi. rson, VV. G.. 29 /« 15 e 

Pitt. H. A.,omSd 

Playle. A. H., 2'i m \n e 

Plenty. E. G., U<i 13 

PlowmHn. H. C. 12 « II /" 

Pocock. C. G. C. I 1 13 h 

Poole, G. O. H.. 29 m 15 c 

Pope, E. r., 8 TO 16 r 

Popple well, Tho8., 12 »i 1 W 

Potter, Martin 5 ; 15 / 

Pratt, Wm.. 14 a 13 « 

Pteston Wm. H.. 3 <i 13 </ 

Price. Ellen ( lara, 17 'i 13 </ 

J. E.. 24 »/ 11 e 

Tho8.. 2H mile 



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Bfluikmptcies (row/ mi/**/). 

Uich.»r(i8i. I). P., lu <« 18 / 

Tho8,. 14/1 13 €f— 19 ; IS r 

HidiarlMon J. .M., 3 a 13 rf 

n. E.. 17 'I 13 « 

,]n*.. 22 tM I'i€ 

Wm.. 2 / I I « 

. — ^ .J. and F.. 'c'2 m 15 t 

l\icki*tt>«, IJ.Ttli* 2«; i« 11 « 

Riuby. l).ivi»l. M) 13 e 

Kiloy. .lolin lo a 13 t 

Kijhbins .Inliii. 19 / 13 r 

liohe-is*. Kraiik. la 12 // 

John ,Joii*'«», 28 a 12 / 

- Thus., 2 in 11 /-23j 12 r 



-- liolKMlmm. P.. 29/11 12 r 
H.. T. and J.. 12 / li? H 



KobiniXHi. .Ia!«per, 28 u 1. e 

- lit'O., !» / 1 2 A 

- (i. K.. 19 w 13 « 
-•.I. 11.. W) / 13 c 



- Rob cm. rhos., 28 a 12 « 

Henry, 12 / 13 e 

T. U.. 26 /a II e 

U<nr;i. Antonio, I /« 12 A 

UnclH'i, Wm.. 24 /lie 

Ut)t/t»rs. Alfred. 2i " 12 d 

Ait'Xiinder, 5 m t^ U 

(i«-o.. 15 m 13 e 



Priestley, Albert, 19 ; 13 <j 

-^-- Prince, Samiifl. 24 a lie 

Priiigle. Catherine W., 24 a I! e 

Prior, John 2 / i I e 

Prodaer, Thog., 3 a 13 d 

Pro88er, T. J., b m >*> d 

Prothero, Wm.. 5 m h d 

-^ — Pu«h J. I).. 12; I3e 

Pullen. J amen, 2Sri 12 c 

Pan«ell, Ilonr* . 2 / II e 

Purslow. J. \V., 2i» m 15 e 

Pye. J. G.. 7 a 12 </ 

Race, Kobt.. 23 i 12 r 

Kactlifife Enoch. 24 // lie 

Rae. VV., jun.. 24 a 1 1 r 

Rainford. Kobt.. 5 m 8 d 

- - Kaniskill, Thos., 24 c/ II /? 

Ramlall. T., 28// Vie, 

Ranford 11. S., 1S» /// 13 e. 

Rateliff. T. T., 24 */ 1 1 * 

Rxyment. Fiederick. 1«» <i 13/ 

lieardcm and Wm.. i«I wi * I /» 

Reay. Tho.*. 2 / \\ r 

R^Hlder, Alfreil A..\'i a 13 n 

Rtnifeakni. Jame?*. la 12 '/ 

liedingtoii. l-rod., 17 /# 13 « 

RediiiHn. M.. L'« w lie 

Reed. Stockdale. 24 ^^ tie 

John, la ; I3r 



Ueid, J., 12 w II d 
- W.. 23/ 12 d 
Remmer^i, B. II „ & Co.. 2i> vi 
Rhodes. Chart.. 26 i3 t 
Hice. Henry, 12 ) 13 e 
Rich, Jos,, 14 u 13 e 



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Rii'HiUou.oe, Samnt,'!. 21 a \'ld 

Uo'«e. J. Wm.. I lu 12 b 

Mhd Soni", i»» '« ' I e 

Rr.^?»er, (\'r.. 2i m 15 e 

Kn^tron. Henry, 16 / II « 

Koiigh, G.. .") ; 15 rf 

Uduke, John. 5 «i 6d 

R,iw I'harli**. 26 i/i 1 1 e 

Iiowe. John. 5 .#. ^ d 

Rowland. Wm., 22 m 15 « 

— Rovals, J. J.. 15 m \\\ e 

Roylo, Mrtry. 12/ 13 « 

Kudrtll (iio.. 12 ; I3e 

Ruesell, (•. 11., 29 //» 15 e 

A. H.. and Scm, 16 / 1 1 e 

&Q>.. 26 / 13/1 

Rylands. Jos.. 22 m 15 e 

- Sulmon. Thus., 3 u 13 d 

Saichell, Jos.. 17 /i I3e 

Sal ch well. Thos., 22 « 15 e 

Saunders*. Geo., 23 / \2 c 

Sawyer, Harry. 17 a 13 « 

Saxby, Wm., 30 ; 16 « 

Scantlebury, W. J., 10 a 13 / 

Schumarher and Scliultze, 29 m 15 e 

S<'0ley, Kdw., 26 / 13 ff 

Scoular. U.. '.» / 1 2 /i 

Seaman, Benjimin, 22 m 15 e 

— . — T. W., 12 , 13 e 

Seaton, Sarah. 21 a 12 d 

Seefels, Otto. 3o ; 16 r 

SelUrs, Matthew, 9 ; 12 c 

Senior. John 3o j ifl <> 

Shakespear. W. (^.. 17 a 18 « 

Shapley. John, 28 a 12 e 

Sheaf, Samuel. 24 « 1 1 e 

Shearman, Geo., 15 /w 13 e 

Sheld'ju, Benjamin, 12 / 13 e 

c 15 



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[April I to 



£«inkraptciQB (continued^, 
^helton. I). J., 2 ; n e 

Shennan. John, 29 m 15 « 

Shepherd. Tho8., 10 a 13/ 

Aaron. 21 a 12 rf 

Shillito. Wm.. 8 a 13 d 

Short. W. H., 19; 1.^7 

Shott. Wm . 2 ; 1 1 e 

Miove. K. C. bj\hf 

JSilcock. W. F., 28 a 12 « 

■ Sinip,«on, Henry, 24 a 1 1 < 

Chaties. \^ tn V6e 

J.G. P, X»i 1<) e 

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Sinclair. Artlmr. 1'3 7 12 c 

Skene, Wni., 2i m 15 e 

SklirOM, Ge<i. Eustnee 15 m 13 e 

Slrtde and Stiaing. 'Ao 13 d 

ijlater. Edw.. 12/ I«|. 

Siieath, T. I).. \\„ 13 e 

Smiih. A. W.. 3(> ; 16 c 

C. H., 19 ; Id c~26 J 13 6 

Edw., 30; 16 c 

Henry. 19 7 13 r 

r H. J., sen.. 28 u 12 e 

- John. 2 ; 11 « 

1 .J. B., 17 a 13 e 

Maria A.. 19.; 13 c 

'. ■ Kobt., 3 a \'6 d 

S. K., 21 a \2 d 

Smitl^ard. Edw., « w |fi r 

Solly. H. E., 14 a 13 « 

Sorbie. Kreaericli. 19 ; 13 a 

Souster. (ieo. Janies. 26 //# ll e 

1 Sowerby. Win., 12 tu W / 

Speedie. K., and Sons. 28 a 12 c/ 

r — >pencer, 'JI108.. 23 / 12 > 

Sprake, John. 26j 13 r 

Stanhope, F. W. S.. 26 m \\ c 

Stanley. ( has., ly ; 13 /, 

John, 24 »/ II e— 19 , |;^^ 

J. A., 5 / 15/ 

Slansfeld, Geo., 22 m 15 e 

- Qtanway. J(.hii, 19 ; 13 *• 

Stiires. James. 15 //i 13 e— 2 i ]\ e 

Steer. E. II.. 7 a \2 d 

- StiHfrs. Emma Alice, and F. WiUson, 19 ; 
to c ■■ ■ 

Stenning. Alfred. lOo 13 / 

StHphenu. 'I'hos.. 14 a 13 e 

Stevens. Geo. 19 «' 13 e 

Henry, 29 tn 16 e 



Bimkruptcies (rontinved), 

- Suffleld, F. Walter, 24 a 11 e 

Sultzberijer, K. H., 21 a 12 <^ 

Summers John, jun., 15 m 13 s 

Spmijer. Kobt.. 26 j 13 h 

Suil^erland, Horatio, 24 a 1 1 e 

Swan wick, Philip, 30 ; 16 « 

Symonds, J. E J, 29 a 12 < 

Symons^ W. H., 38 H2 e 

Taj?g, James, \0a\9f 

Tanner, R. D., 17 a 18 c 

Tantum. S. and Wm., 21 a 12 el 

Tatnal|. Wm.. 26 a» 1 1 ^ 

Taylor, Jos.. 2^ a II f 

Rich., 17 a 13 ^ 

Thus., 17 a 13 «-6 m%d 

W. A., 17 a 18 e 

Teece, 8. 8., 12 wi II / 



. e. Tho8., 5 m 8 4 
Tennant, 4.. 2; 11 r 
Thacker, Henry, 7 <i 12 a 
Thallon, R.. 26 m 1 1 e 
Thorn. J.. 15 M 13 r 
Thomas H. W., 19iii 18^ 

- Sanies, 1 6 ; 1 1 s 

- Job, 8 OT 16 f 

- John, 9 t Vie. 

- U. W.. 8 m 16 c 
~T. C 6; 16/ 

- and Thomas^ 7 o 12 d 

- Wm., 17 a 18 

Thompson. Chas., 10 a 13 /— 21 a yz d 

- Geo.; 17tf I3e 

- Jamep^ 12 m W f 

- Joseph, 8 pi 1^ c 

- v^ro., 29 w 16 f 
Thomson, T.. 24 <» 1 1 c 

W. T., 7 a I2<| 



Stewnnl. ('has., 30; I6r 
Stewardson, Wm.. 12 w 1 1 A 
Stewart, A.. 2« a 12 e 

— H., 8 a 18 A 

— J.. 19 w 13 i- 2 ; 1 1 r 
Stone, Kieh.. sen., M a \\\ e 

— Aithiir. » w 16 /• 
Storey. Geo,. 30 j \(i r 

— Heiiry. 5 w H d 
StraehHii. J.. 12/ I3d 

Slranjf©. Fnderick, 12;l3r 

Stratton. Kobt.. 12^13^ 

: Stredwick. T. E.. \ialSe 

: Stmwoii, .John, 26 /« 1 1 «? 

! stringer. J. ('.. 3M; m; ,. 

r— Strong. H. U., 2 / i l </ 
i6 



Thorn«by, Christopher. 5 m 8 <^ 

Thornton; F. C, 22 m 15 e 

Janies, 7 cr 12 r/ 

Thorp. (!ha8. H., 7fl 12 c 

Tibbie, L. B., 28; 12r 

Tickle, John, 23 / 12 r 

Tillman, W. W.. 26 mile 

Todd & Co.. 26 TO 1 1 c 

Tonikins, W. H., 2 ; 1 1 « 

Toothill. Arthtir. 10 a 13 / 

Topp. A. M^ 19 m 13 « 

Toppin, Sidney, 9 ; 12 c 

- - Tosen. J. J., 19/18 *• 
Topsell. Wni., 22 m \b e 

Tower, 8. A.. 9 / 12 r— 19 / 13 <; 

Trend. lienry, 80 / 16 • 

Trevaskis. John. 2\ a 12 J 

Trower. Mary Anne, 23 / 12 e 

Tucker. F. J. A., 28 a 12 s 

W. S., 1 iN 12// 

Turner, Benjamin, 23 / 12 c 

— <'. H.. «9 / 13 6 

E. B., 23/ ]2e 

■■ — ElizMbetl^ Sarah. 5/16 / 

T. v.. 19 m 13 s 



Twidale. James. 5m Sd 
Twist and twist, 17 a 13 e 
Tysim, Jos., 24 a II e 
Tyiherleigh, Chas., 30/ 16 c 



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BMikniptdes {rontimiMi). 

Unsworth; TtKw., 14 a 13 « 

Urch. Prank, 24 a 11 « 

Vaughan H. A., 23 / 12 c 

— Veriod, James Qeo„ 21 a \2 d 

Vickera. Sarah, 24 a 1 1 « 

Vickery, Henry, 16/11/ 

Vivian, Mary. Ma 13 e 

Wade, Joe., 21 a 12 rf 

-^ — Wadswortlr. SaiiMel. 22 Mf 15 € 

Wakeford. THoa., 14 a 13 e 

Walker, B. W.. 16 m 13 c 

Chag., 14 u 13 € 

Geo., 21 a 12 <i 

T. L.. 12 w 11 / 

Walker and Walker, 7 a \2 d 

Wallai!e; J., 5tHBb 

John, 2 / 1 1 e 

- ' R., 5 HI 8 6 

Walli-, A. G., 30; 16tf 

Walters. W. H., 15 m 13 e 

Ward, Walter, 6 i 16 < 

Warsop, Geo., 16 m 13 e 

Waaserzug, Meyer, 8 m 1 4 i 

Waters. A. B., 17 a 13 « 

Watkinson, — , 12 m 1 1 /* 

Watson, E. J., 2 ;• 1 1 d 

Webb, John, 8 m 16 c 

Samuel, 19 m 13 e 

WelU, Ebeneier. 19 ; 13 c 

- Edgar, 24 a 1 1 e 
Wm.. 26 m 1 1 e 



Bftnkniptcies (mniinued), 

WilUaniP, Wm., jun., 12 ; 13 s 

Wni. D.. 14 a 13 e 



W. E.. 19 m 13 e 



Wills, Robt., 10 a 13 i 
Tlios., 14 a 13 e 



Wilson, B. C^7a\2c 

Ben], and John, 8 m 16 e 

Charles, 15 m 13 s 

M. G.. 2; llfi 

— S, H., 5 mS d 

Wm.i 2 ;• 1 1 « . 

W. A.. &i \6 d 

Wijidel, Conrad, 30 ; 16 c 

- Windt-r, Arthur, 19y 13 c 

Wlufleld, T. N., 16; WJ 

Winaby, JoKn, 26 f 13 c 

Wiihers, H. C; 24 a 1 1 e 

Wood, Geo., 12 OT 1 1 y 

iBaac, 5 m,B d 



Wellstead, Harrv. 6 m 8 d 

West, Alfred, 28 o 12 « 

Westiin, Tho8., 24 « 1 1 * 

Whistler. Chas., 1<7 « 18 « 

White, Cha*„ 29^ o^ 16 s 

Henry 2 / 11 a 

- Whiiehurst. TKos.. TO a 13 / 
Whiting & Co., 19 si 184 

Whitter, Wm. Steele, 24 a 11 i 

Whittle, Robt., 6 ; 16 / 

Wicker, J«>hn, 22 »/ 15 e 

Wicks, Chas.. 3 a 13 rf 

Wiggins. Geo., jun., 23 ; 12 c 

Wilby, Son and Stacy, 15 w 13 s 

Wilcocki. N. G., 26 ; 13 c 

- — Wildgoose, T. D., 2 jl 1 « 

Wildig, J. H., 15 tfi 13 e 

Wilkes, Geo.. 15 ; 13 « 

Wilkinson. Heni'y, 6 ) 157—30'/ Ib^c 

Wilks. Wm., 7a\2d 

WiU&Co., 7 a 12 A 

Willden, John. 30 / 16 r 

Williams, BenJHmin. 2a y 12c 

Edmund. 26 ; 13 c 

fclias. 23; 12 e 

Evan, 23 y 1*2 <• 

Henry, 19 m 13 e 

Hugh. 19 »i 13 € 

Lydia E., 21 a 12 d 

Martha, 14 a 13 s 

— ■' Philip; 21 a 12 rf 

. Rich., \7 al9^. 

Sophia, 19/ 18 s 

TliOB., 10 a 18 /•— 19 m 18 ^-237 12 c 



Woodall John, 10 a 13 / 
Woodhall, Felix, 23 i 12 r 
WoodHam. Henry, 17 a 13 « 
Woodman, James, 6 m 8 d 
Woolf. C. M.. 21n 12 rf 
Wor^ick, Rich., 1 2 w 1 1 /* . 
Wurih and Strach'an. 67 15 a 
Wrav. Th'08., 5 « 8 rf 
Wright, Geo.. 9 i 12 c 

— Henry, 22 m 15 s 

— Jiimes, 2 } 1 1 s 
T. P.. 15 /n 13 s 



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Wrigl y. Samuel, f^ m IC^ r ^ 

- — Wyld. and Bhixland, 9 ; 12 ; 

Yapp and Hale. 3 a 13 rf 

Yates. Tli<»9.. 17 a 13 s 

Year^lfy. Thos.. 8 m 16 c 

BANKRUPTOIES AKCfULLED i— 

Brine. S. C. 5 m H rf 

Childs. J08., 10 /. L3 rf 

Cutter, E. J., 26 / 13 c 

Duggan. J08., 2 ; 1 1 « 

Findlay, MorrFson & Co. 2i a l\ e 

Kunwangler, A., 21 a 12 q 

Hunt, G. W.,a.rf 13 6 

Morgan. Davi^l. 17 a 13 /* 

Pierce. A. C. 16? ll/" 

Wakeham, Wm., 5 f 16 rf 

Wickham, T. P.. 17 o 18 / 

- Winterbottom and Marth', 14 a 13 r; 
BANKBUPTGY OQURT ;— 

N6tice8 oT Last Examihatibhti, t^e frrtf, 

Wedne8day*8 and Saturday s paper 

Aber and Ynisawdre Coar and Coke ('(»ir.'- 

patiy, 29 i H / . 

AdamK W. M.. 1 n 8 t-22 a 3'./— 24 ./ 4 o 

Anderson. J*. C.. 27 « 4 « 

Arnold. Wm.. 8 « 4 o-20 «/' 12 c 

BHiiey, W., 3 / 1 rf 

Seal, J. .0'.. 13 //I 4 a , 

— i BetfVell. John, & ( Ui., 22 o 87 -4 / 4' h 

- Bluniberg and i!onipany. 7 / 10 <7 
Brandon,' Jonathan. 3U / 20 a 

Britijih White Lead Compah^, 17 w 12 a' 

CalVert. David, 6 « 12 A 

niipbhase SteadlsliHi CoHb^^ny, \7 1^' X'^ d 



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April 1 to 



Bttikraptcy Court {continued). 

C'rofton, A. M., 7 a 4 / 

Cronmire, Sidney, I u 9 J 

Croome. A.. \ o S ^ 

Oorrington. Jofrn. 29 a 18 a 

J>rew. G. H. II., n m 12 A 

DuneU, Hnny. S m h h 

KMton. Edwanl. H ; 4 r 

Kllington. Aldred and Kllinjcton, 10 a 5 rf— 

13 a 4 d—\4 n 5 /-2() a 4 -o * 7 e 

Kills J:m»f8. 17/13 />~26; (> 6 

Kverctl. ('. II.. 7 a 4 / 

Fflcd. J. F. 9 / « f 

Great Hi>lwny I^ad Tompany, 28 >S/ 

(5lover. '1 h If. 2.» a 13 /• 

(uMlfri'y. ( liarle*. 3 / 10 d 

G(il<li«mid. M. .1.. \7 aft e 

G<)>Allnnd and Abntbain, 10 a 5 e 

(irant. Obert, 12 m oe 

Grienselidi 11. V.. 6 / 7 e-6 m 12 b 

Griffiih. G. i\ 29 w 7d 

Haider, Max G, i\ 20 tn 12 c— 22 ; 4 e 

Tlancock F. A., 15 in 14 A 

Harrifi and Godwin, 20 m 12 c — 22 m 7 a 

Hartley. Stanley. 14 ; 3 // 

Headley, Lord. 5 ; 7 c-23 j 15 rf— 29 ; 4 A 

lligbam (Veek Biiek CuiifpAny, 19 a 10 e 

HwdsoR. K. W., 26 ; (> h 

Jones, J. N., 9 a 4 />— 21 a 10 «— 22 m 6 / 

Judge. A. P.. 15 M \4ft 

ex p rtf Kearuley — ?€ Geneve, 22 « 8- /" 

Kii»g, A. G , 1 m \ h 

Sir K. I).. 14 i« 4 A 

Knight 8. Jo^.. 21 m*6 e 

— Koe and BethvH, 14 m 4 A 

L^-nnox, Lord H. G., 28 m 4 a— 8 ; 4 c— 2& 

./2I t 

Haron Liebi^'s (^K'fm Works, 28 / 3 ^ 

Kiv#t & C» .. 24 . la 

Li)H»^km }ind Leed^i Ktuik. 24//} 1 e~ 12 /12a 

M»c'ht>i> Iron and Titi IMate lompany, 19 a 

U)e 

MarslmM. T, J.. 9 // 4 A 

M- Henry, Janvea, 15" tt *(/— 13 m 4 6-27 m 

4u 

Mewent. Cban.. 18 w 12 6 

Meyer and Morri!*, 4 ;" 4 A 

MuntHgu, LazaruN. \7 j S ti 

M.n>ct>tt. 10. and F. U., 9 <i 4 A 

- New ('>iy ('onstiimional C lub Company, 19 
a iO « 

- Taxton Il^nry. 11 7 4a 

Pavne. U. 11.. & ( c. 13 « 4 c/— 28 w 4 a 

IVarse. A. W.. l«/i 3 r/ 

riiiUips. J. U.. 18 m 12 b 

IMiippen. TIk»«^ 1 1 ; 4 « 

riati. Krai.k, 21 m 3« 

Fortieth waite. A. F^ 7 /« 4 a 

- L'uflled. A. J., 9 / 10 e 
— ' Hyan, Geo., 7 a 4 / 

Seller, S. VV. U., 14 a 5 / 

Schrifber, MHJ>r F. ».. 1.) a 8 J-21 a 10 e 

— 12 /#» o e - 23 / lO r/ 
— ~ Scktimii' lier and Ootnpany, 21 a 10 <— 14 m 

4 I?— 25 tn 4 6—3/ 10 c/ 

Shew I her, Smi & (N)., 7 / 10 c 

hlteiuian, I>. K.^ 29 »7 d 



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Bankruptcy (kmrt (conttnved)^ 

Sniitb. W. W.. 30 i 20 a 

Stanhope. T, W. S^ 20 a 4/— 20 m 12 c— ff 

; 10 c 

Topp. A, M^ 26 nr 4 e 

Torrena W. T. M'Cullagh, 19 » 6 d 

- Toughened Glaas (^onvpany, VI j 12 a 

Vilkr. A. K.. 5 m 4 / 

Wiiiker, W.. 23/ 15 c 

Weil, Solomon, 9 > 10 r/ 

West of England Shipping Company, 28 

;8/ 
W^hitechapel Court Company, 19 a 10 « 

Wilson. C. W., 21 n 10 « 

VVinby, F. C. 5 i» 4 /— 25 m 4 b—9 ; XO e 

Bankruptcy Act, Deputation ta the Bamrd of 

Trrtde on, 7 <i 5 e 
Baptit<m and Polygamy. Note on, 19 m6 a 
Barbados, Denial of Smill Pox at, 29 i & d 
Barnaby (N.) on Side Armour in Shipa of War, 

23 , 4 /* 
B»rnarcbo*s (Dr.) Home, Annual Meeting, 87 m 

10./ 
Barrister, a Lady, 16/65 
Barristers' Benevolent Association, Annual 

Meeting. 8 a 9 ? 

Hesponsibility Bill, 22 m 15 5 

Barron (U. S.) on Turkinh Torpedo Boats, 24 a 

12f 
Bhih. Order of. Conferred. 7 a 12 a— 14 a 13 a 

—29 w 9 </— 1 ; 6 f — 28 ; 9 « 
Show. 8; 7a-4 ; 12 a-5 ; 16 a— 11 i 3 6 

- Threatened Mi}tilatk>n of the Koman Bathv 

of, 2H nd f 

- and West of England Society, 24 m 4/ 
Battle of Ginni% \7 m 7 f 

BaTaria. the King of, 5 m 6 e 

King of. State of the Mind of, 7 mo 6—12 

j7 r 

Suicide of the King, 16 f Sa — 16 j &a 

- Lying in State. 1 7 7 5 r 

Funeral Service, 16 ; 6 6 — 17 ; 5 a— 18 / 

5 A— 21 1 5 a 
Legislative Proceedings, 22 j 9 /'— 28 ; 5 e 

News about, 14/ 5 d-iSfb 6— ld> 7 a— 

28; 7 f/-24 jbe 

Prince Luitpotd proposed aa Regent, 10 ; 6 cf 

Proclamation of a Kegency in, 1 1 y 5 a<-29 

State of the Exchequer of, 81 m 6 6 

Bayreuth Festival 19/f II / 

Braehy ileac!, Improvements. 25 m 5 /* 
Bencon^fit-ld < 'lub. Banquet to theCommiMionera 

of ibe I'oiunial and Indian Exhibition, i m 9^ 

ro Lord K. CliurehiM l»y, 15 a 7 5 

Beat (\V. K.) on the Hiiilway BiU and Employ- 

niciit on KMilwaya. 14 fi G a 
Bft'kculiani i'hnrch. 10 »n 9 d 
Beei her • Rev. II. W.) in England, 28 j 9 d— 80 

/I4/ 
B^'er. Adulteration of, 10 j 5 e 
Beeton (H. H. on tlie Financial Basis of Repeal, 

27 '» 9 / 

- ( H. ( .) Appeal for the Sufferers by the 
at Vancouver. 23 1 16 ti 

Belfast Main Drainage Kill, 21 f9(/ 
Bvlj;ian Autlw^rity on Schooling. I j l&c 



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Antwerp Exhibition, 26 d 3 A 

Arrest uf anfEn^lishman Caught in the Act 

of Stealing from a Bank in Amsterdam, 8 a 7 e 

— Arresta. b a b t 

Budget. 2 nbd 

Caf« of M.Vandersmisnen, \ n bo 

Commivsion on thfLiabour Question. 1 m 7c 

Congress of Bflgian fc>ocialist8 at Ghent, 20 

a5</-29a5c-14' be 

Credit Foncier de Belgique. 18 a II f 

«- — Elections. \'l m b h — V,) m 1 h—M i b d 

— Federation of Glassmak^s, b a b f 
— — Grand Opera at BruHsels. 10 m 6 6 
•— — Houses of Parliament. 24 / 15 /' 

" Legislatife Proceedings. 17 a 7 r— 24 m 6 c 

Miscellaneous News. 15 a 5 <y— 16 a 5 d — 21 

a 6 d-'7 m 5 f— 10 m 6 A- 10 ; 5 e 

Outlook in. 28 a 19 <i 

^- — Prooeasion of Workmen at Ghent, 2G a 8 s 

— — Kiots in Bru^^eis. I u 5 « — 2 a 5«— 8 aid 
-* — Socialist De^jonstratioti in Brussels, 1 1 ; 5 a 

— U;6« 
— - — Strikes in, 1 a 5 A— 2 n b a-^S a 7 a—'t a 6 
/—6a 5 c— 7a 5</— 8 ub r—\0 a 7 r— 12a5/ 
— 13 a 7 /i— 14 a 7 </— 17 a 7 r-20 a 5 €-24 
a5</— 26 a 8 /-31/A 6 a— 17/5 e— 18; 6 e— 
19; 7 </— 21 7 5« 
— — Theatrical News. 1 8 a 7 6 

Trials for Treanon in, 5 / 9 6 

— — Universal SuffraKC. Immense Demonstra- 
tion of Workmen in favour of, 27 m 5 //— 28 
m 5 e~I4 i b e 
— >— Working Men's Congress at Brussels, 14^ 6 

a— 18; 8/— 16; bd 
Belgravia Hairy Company, 28 j \S d 
Belmore (Lord) on the Irish Question, 14 ; 9 e 
Bentinck (G. C) on Light and Colour, 'A a S b 
Berkley ( W.) on ^'Seceding Liberals." 17 ? 4 a 
Bernard (A. M.^ Disappearance of. 14 ; 6 /* 
Bernhardt (Madame Sarah) Movementa of, 22 

a bd 
Bethnal Green Museum, Mr. Seely's Gift to, 29 

m9€ 
-» — the Princess Louise at, to Open the Art 
Exhibition, 8<';9s 

Royal Visit to, 26 m 10 <f 

Beust (Count) on Home Knle, 2 a }S a 

Biddnlph (Sir Kobr.) Movements of. 6 a 9f 

Bimbirty Bombardment of, 8 a 5 e~16 a 5 b 

Bimetallism, 20 w 6 u 

Bird (N.) Loss at Sea. }0 m 6 d 

Birds, Great Destruction of Amerieno. 5 a 1 1 e 

Birdwood (Sir Geo.) Health of, 15 m 9 « — 18 m 

9s 
BIBTHS : — In Conteqaeiice of the Registrar- 
General having a complete Alphabetical List 
from 1887, of all Births in the Britit^h Domi- 
nions, aa also of aU British Subjects lx»m 
abroad, which can be inspected at any time at 
the Office in Somerset Hovae, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Liata as ad- 
Tertiaed in the Times. 
- Spain (New King of), 18 nt 5 a 

Pope agrees to be godfather, 18 m 5 a 

Bismarck (Count Herbert) H.'alth of, 27 a 7 d 
Movements of, 1 2 / 8 s 



Bishcyp of London's Fund. 21 m 10 e— 28 m 18 tf 
Black \C, D.) on the U«)ynl Commission on the 

Blind. &o.. b lb f 
Blackfrinrs. the New Railway Bridge at, 11 m U b 

Bridge, Note on the TrNfflc, 27 m 12 <* 

Blaine (Inmes) Inflammatory Speech against 

Lord Salisbury on Home Rule, 8 ; 5 a — 4 ; 5 ci 

— H 1 5 a 

the Reporter on, 6 / 9 a 

Blenheim Palnce. Note on, 1 a 4 e 

Pictures. 26 «« 10 d 

Blind. Lecture on, 2 '• 18 d 

b^iocatiun of, 28 m 12 r 

Pension S<,ciety. Annual Meeting, 26 m 9 e 

Koyal Commii'sion on. 3 a 12 /— 18 m 7 f — 

25 II. 9 /—I a 12 a— lU m 6 c— 21 m 4 e— 22 

w 6 f> 

Ni)te on. 5 ; 5 f 

Blunt ( W. S.) and the Tory Party, 29i 8 tf 

Bodega (Company, 28 j II e 

Bogdo Khan. 1 j 6 r 

Bohemia. News, 24 ; 6 « 

Boiler Explosion a. Note on, 17 9 18 </ 

Bokhnra ( Ameer of) Coronation of, 18m 10 a 

News about, 10 a 7 </ 

and Rnttfiia, 1 7 w 6 / 

Bolton, Hobbins, Busk & Co., on the Post Office, 

23 nb f 
Bonded G(X>ds, 12 a 11 s— 10 m 9 <f— 12y 10 d 

the Addington Library, Preparations for 

Sale, 20 m 4 / 

Price Sale List, 1/16 a— 8 / 4 / 

Lord Crawford*s Library, Preparations for 

Sale. 14 m 12 u 

Forster, Rt Hon W. E.. Biography of, 5 m 6 tf 

Literary and other Notes, 2a7«— 16a5cf 

— 23a4€-8m7/— 28 »i 11 c--4 ; 6/— 12j 
—12 «/— 18 ; 6 d 

— Price Sale List of the Hartley Library a^ 
Puttick's, 21 a 66 

TimeB (*olumn of New, and New Editiona, 

see every dtiy^s paper 

see also Ksyixwa 

Booth (('has.) Paper on the Occupation of the 

People of the United Kingdom, 20 m 10 5 
Borelli Tea CompHuy. 16 ; 11^ 
Bottillet ^Pb.) Letter to the Chilian Legation, 8 

m \\ a 
Bourbon Family, a Reputed, m India, 12 a 10 /* 
Bowen (Sir Geo.) on the Federation of the British 

Empire. 16; 6 s 
Boyle Lectures. 1 m 9 s 
Boys* Brignde, Glasgow, 6^10/* 
Brabourne (Lord) on the Political Crisis. 14 ; 6r 
Brabii7(m (Lord) on Open Spaces in London, 28 

a8s 
Bradlaugh (Chas.) on Perpetual Pensions, 12 

a9/ 
BramweU (Lord) on Mr. Gladstone*a **Ifs,'* 27 

o66 

on Mr. Gladstone and Abp. Croke, 8 m 8 ^ 

on Home Rule, 10 ni 10 c 

and Archdn. Hessev, 27 m \0 d 

Brassey (Sir T.) on the A^iYs and Trafalgar, 27 m 

10 c 
Brazil— Loans, 20 a 5 a 

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[April I tA 



Brend And FikmI Reform Heceprions, 29 a 9 e 
Breckenridgre (^onipahy. 28 n SI //— 2 ; 1 1 6 
Brentford. Disinterment Rt. 6nibJ 
Brett (U. B.) Appeal to ('ae^ar. 2\ a 8h 
Bri^g. Oiscovery of an Ancient British Sliip at, 

2Ao l2/»— 29o«/ 
Brigtit (Hi. Horf. J.) Letter to Mr. (Jaine, 24 ; 9f 

Address to his KleCtorfi,- 25 ;I1 / 

Letter to Mr. 1{ ylatidf, 2iii9 f 

aid his Son, 28 ; 9 f 

— and Mr. Trevelyan. 26 i 14 /* 
Bright iW. L.J on Rt. Hon. J. Bright. 28 i9j 
Briglilon and West Pier Company, 5 a 10/ 
Bristol Agricuhnral Show, 21 m 6 s 

Wagon Workf Company, 24i \\ ff 

•^ and South Wales Wagon CotA'pan^, la m 

11 d 

British Annexations in the Paci6c, 17 m 9 ^ 

«^— Archeulogical Associatiuo, Annual Con- 
gress, 14/5/ 

— — Association, Meethiy at Birmingham, 12 
m 9 d 

~ Empire Mutual Life Assurance Company, 
7a 11 ^ 

Equitable Assurance Company, 20 m 1 1 d 

Home for Incurables, Annual Dinner, 15 a 

tOe 

Rule Asfociation, Meetitiga, 3 a 12 y— 8 

a9e 

Museum, the Onental- Collection ait, 12 a 

12 a 

Catalogue, 5 / 7 ft 

-»^— New Coltectiona at, 28 a 8 a 

National Society for Aid to the Sick and 

Wounded, 14)5/ 
— - North Borneo Compan^T, 30 i 16 c 
^-—Orphan Asylum, Anniversai^, Fdbtira], 15 

m 14 c 
and Australian Trust and Loan Company, 

Annual Meeting, \6 a II c 
— — and Colonial Dermatine Company, 18 « 

116 
and Foreign Anti-SlaTery Society, Letter 

to Lord Rosebery, 30 a 7 6 

*^ Marine Insurance Company, 17 9 11 h 

— ^^ Unitarian Association, 6l8t AnniTersaxy, 

17/9/— 19? 11 / 
— — and Italian Nayiea. Note ih, 29 a 6 e 
Bnton Medical and General Life Aatodation, 24 

a 11 6 
^'Britons, Hold Tour own,** Note on. 10 m 10 d — 

16;5« 
Bridgeman r F. C.) on the Finlmcial Dkngera of 

Home Rule, 1 1 m 16 </ 
Brodrick(^0. C.)on Home Rule and Irish Interests, 

21 m3/ 
Brown (John) and Company, 23; 18 d 
BrownIow(A.) the Prineeof Wales and tike People's 

Palace for East London, I aS d 
Broxburn Oil Company, 11 m 14 a 
Bruce (J. A. B. B.) on the Barroir Election, 9' a 

18 6 
Bryoe (James) on the Infanta Bill, 1 m 12 / 
Bryan (B.)on Anti- Vivisection Prosecutort, 12/ 

II s 
Bryant, Powis and Bryant (Limited), 25 m 13 a 

-^81 m\i c 



Bucharest Turret Trials. 30 a 9 c 
Budget. Note on, 24 a 4 / 
BULGARIA r - 

Blue »«>ok on 1 7 m 9 < 

Misce' UneoiiB New^s. 17 m 56 

Natio ml Ansembly. Opening of, \Bj9J 

the Neutralization of, 30 / 14 / 

l^ew Ministry, 3 « 7 '»— 6 t R a 

Prince of Bulgaria, l^ovement of, 7i 6^6— 

14 7 5 - 

anM R<»urinnnia, 14 w 10s— 5j 9 a 

and i^iuuielK' 17«56— 18mi5 e-^90 m 5 

a -21 m 5 6—22 m 9' e— 24 m 5 '-.25 jn 5 a— 2^" 

m 5 «-27 m 5 a-2 ; 5 r— 3^ 6 fr— 9> 6 if— 10* 

/6#/-l6 17 0- 19; 7// -21 ;5«-22 #56 
Bull. Mad. ill North Ixindon. 21 a 6 6 
Burgfar. Struggle with a, at Rockingham Wheel,- 

Slit'ffleld, 12iM)« 

Armed, at Ch'ureh-end Finchley. 19 /r 9 ^ 

at Carlisle. Capture of. 22 ol2 r-27 a7d. 

Burglary at the Au^trikn Art and Industrial! 

Museum in Vienna 21 /i 5 r— 22 a 5e 
Burial Scandal at Cheshire, 6 a 9y 
Bums*s (Tlobert) House. 15 m 12 6 
Burne-Jo^eiB (-) a Mosaic by. Placed in the 

American Church in Rome, 14 n 4 / 
Burrows (MonUgu) on Lord R. ChorchilF* 

Speach. 30)18/ 
Bury (Lord) on the Eruption of Etna, HI « 8 6 
Buxton (S.> Destitution in the West of IreUnd, 

7 a 10/ 

C. 
Cabinet Council^, 1 a 9 /"— 2 a 9' ^-8 n 1 1 /-5 d 

d e— 7 a 9 f—Ha 10 rf— 10 a 12 a— 15 a 9 /-3 

m 9 rf— 5 m 11 rf-6 m 9 «— 7 m 9 /— 10 m 9y— 

25m9/— 2«'ii9s— 9;9/. 

and the Home Hiile Bill, 10 ai 9 < 

Cabdrivera' Benevolent Association, FeetiTal! 

Dinner. 29 y 4 /* 
Caine (W. S.) at Barrow, oh Home Rule, 29 a 10' 

/— 11 ; \0d 
— ^ Addreas to his Electors, 17 ; 6 o 

and Mr. Gladstone 21 i 6 c— 22 / 10/ 

Cairns (Eari) Memorial' House. 80 a 9 / 
Calder Abbey, liestoration of. 20 a 1 1 a 
Calshot Castle. Threatened Destruction of. Note 

on. 15 ; 7 /■ 
Cambridge (Duke of) in Devonshire, l&j 4 tf 
&AMBBIDOE UNIVEBSITT :— 

Adams Prize ]2m9<9; 

Bell Scholarships, 10 a 12 c 

Bumey Pr^, 8 ; 1 1 e 

Chancellor's Medal^. 12 m 9'cK 

Classical Tripos. 21 /7 6 

Congregations, 28 a 6y— 30 a 10 /*— 17 m 8* 

tf— 28 m H 6 
Darwin Prito, 14 ; 6s 



Degrees Conferred, 80 



a 10/— 17 « 8 a— 20* 
6-9'^;9./-19i 12/ 



m \Qd-26m9/-26mS 

— 15 j 6 d-\6 / 5/— 17 ; 5 f-\9 i 6 c— 24 ;6« 

Honorary. Conferred, 18 i9 t 



— Elections, 31 m 9 a— 29 ; 10 6 

— Examiners. 8 »r 10 /'-17 m 8 a— 20 mXOd 
—31 m 9 «--4'i 10 a— lOj 12 6 

— Examinations, 28 a 5 /"— 8 m 10 /"— 17ai %^ 

— 81 m 9e— 17; 5/-19;6c-22;9r— 23.;6/ 

— Exfiibitiona, 28 a 6 / 



ianeSO, 1886.] 



palmer's JiiDhX TO ''tub TIHEUS" NEWlirAFKR. 



Q»f 



jOtanMdge Univenity {continued). 
Grants, 28 a « / 

- HameM IV iw/ 22 / 9 / 

Hulsean Prize. S ; 11 < 

Latin Iriie. 2a^ f 

Law Tri|M>9. 1$ ; 6 rf 

Lecture*. 13 m 6 «— 20 m 10 rf— 10 ; 12 b 

Mathematical Tripos, 2 ; 10 </— lU ^ 6 ^ 

r MeetmfT of Masters, &c , 14 ; 6 f 

- Miscellaneous News, 27 »a 10 </ 

Katuraf Sciences Tripos, 2j \Q d 

Preachers, 9 ; « / 

Prife Poem. 19 / 6 c 

Sjcbolarsh'ps, I0ol2r— 14a II tf— 80q10/* 

—24 m 9 /— 26 m 9 f—27m 10 rf- 28 in 8 A--22 
./«/-24;6«-29; 10 6 

Seatonian Prise, 27 »| 10 rf 

: — Shttttleworth Scholarship, \ a \0 d 

Theological Tripos, 21/76 

Wincheetvr Reading Prize, 11 w 1 1 A 

Ckmpbell ^Qeo.) on Mr. Moore's Pension, 80 ; 46 
Campbell-Bannerman (Rt. Hon.) Address to his 
Electors. \7 ) 6 a 

in Edinburgh, on Home Rule, <« / 

raynerpn (Dpnald) un the Crofters Bill, 80 a 18 r 
Tammell and Company (Limited) Annual Meet- 
ing, la 10 s 

Tampi {*<,) on the Health of Venice, 28 a 9 e 
TanadM Com pan r, 28 i II « 
OANADA : - 

Budget. 2 a 5 rf 

Chang^ in the Tariff. 1 « 5 rf 

Fi'vheries and the Seizure of the Duvid J. 

Ad'*M»f 14 fli 18 a~27 m \'i a 

- French in, 24 a 6 r 

— - and Home Rule. 6 m ft tf— 8 w 9 6 

< Ice Gorge in the St. La^prencp Inundating 

Montreal 19 a 6 6—20 a 5 6— 21 atic— 22a,'Y6 
-^— Ironiigmnt Returns 8 ; 6 a 

-z and Home Knle, I? m 8 rf— 4 ; 10 s 

Miscellflneous News, 28 a 5 6 

*— Abp.of Quebec Elevated to the Card|nf^Itt(9, 

20 m 6 e 

Railways, 27 w 5 « 

^— Report of the Hudson^ Bay Expedition, 9 
;7/ *^ 

Rerenne. 7 « 10 6—7 / 6 6 

Revolts in the St. Vincent de Pai|l Pen|t|9n- 

tiary. near Montrea(. 26 a 8 6 
erritofie^ 20 ### 9 e 

ttrike of the Tramways Bfen, 40 Cars 
l^reckf d. 27 m 5 e 
T — Hiunder Bay Colonization Ra|lway Sub- 
sidized, 81 m 6 6 
PAKAL8:- 

Gloucef tff and Berl^eley, 8 m 1 1 6 

Grand Junction, 17 ; 1 1 c 

Manchester Ship. 8 ; M /"— 18 i 12 e 

Panama. 1 a 5 rf-2 a 18 rf— 14 a 7 ^— 19 <f 

6 6—20 IN 6 rf— 26 w 5 e-ij 6 rf— 18> 6 c— 29 

j 5 a 

Heath of the Direptor pf the Canal, 8 m 



«/ 



Suez. 6 m 15 a 

— Official Report. 8 i 6 r— 9 j 6 c 
Stoppage in, 29 ; 6 < 



Cantor Insurance Office, 22 u 11^ 

Lectures. 8 o 18 e 

Cspe ( p:ist News. 21 19 lOe 
OAFE OF QOOD HOPE :— 

- Africander Bund at Qra]>amstown, I a5c~« 
21 a o e 

Basutoland, State of, 8 a 7 rf 

B.echu<^>^**l*^i^<) Cpmii>iss^on, 2! ;7 e 

Bishoprip of .vlelb<mrne, 22 /a 14 6 

Boers and Bechuana)an4, 2 a 7 f 

- Budget. 20 a 5r 

Cetywayo (Ifing) Poisoned by the Zulus, IQ 

>7 6 

- Delago^ Railway Commenced, 6/9 6 
p2xcii«e Abolition Bill Passed. IH ; A r 

Legislative Proceedings. 18 a 5 6—24 a 6 rf 

— 12 ;« o 6— 15 1 8 /— 29 7 5 a 

Miscellaneous News, I q 5 f— 20 a 6 c— 22 

a 6 6—27 a 9 6—4 fa 5 6—6 m 5 <•— 28 ; 7s— 2({ 
;7 6 

Natal legislative Council Dissolved, 8 / 6 c 

Pondo Question. 1 i 7 c 

Xesibe. Proposal to Annex. 2*^ a 6 6 

Zulu Deputation to the British Commis- 
sioner for Aid against the Boers, ^ u 7 rf 



Candia, Natnl Demonatration at, 10 a 7 rf 



and the Governor, 12 a; 6 6—24 m 6 6 



Capper (Alfred) Entertainnqent by. 19 ; 8 /" 

(S. J.) on the Present (^risiff, 29 m 6 « 

Carbn^t (K. H.) on the Bursting of a 48 Toi| 

{Sun. 10 m 6 6 
Cardiff Savings Bank, 29 a 9 / 
Carios (D< n) Manifesto of. 27 m 4 / 

Movements of. 20 mdt'2dm9e 

Carnarvon Eisteddfoil. 29 o 1 1 rf 

(I^rdJ and Mr. Parnell, 12 ; 10 rf— 14; 10 a 

Giirden Party at Hi hclere CMtle to the 

(^oi|inii8h|imers of the Colqnial and India Ex- 
hibition. 1 7 ; 7 /* 

Statement, the FteemaH on, 12 ; 7s 



I 



Carnarvonshire. Lord Lieutenancy of, 28 a 10 ^ 
Carr (J. A.) on the Fund of the Irish Church, 5 

m 6 II 
Cart-Horae Parade in Battersea Park. 15 ; 9 s 
Cassel Gold Extracting Company, 9 ; 6 «— 4 HO e 
Castle Mail Packed Cqmpi^ny, 16 a II rf 
Cattletqwn (Lord) on the Irish Land Purchase 

Bill. 28 (I 6 / 
OATTLE:— 

— American Imports and Exports of Live, I \ 
m 6 a 

Disease in Dor^t, 7 a; 1 1 c 

French, S f 6c 

Imports of Live. 16 a 4/— 14 m 4/ 

Impqrtation of Live. 2<> vi 1 1 /— 14 / 18 b 

Metropolitan Markets, see every day* a paper 

Oabertpn Shor^urhs. Sale of. 8 m 7 u 

Show in South America. 18/18 6 

Smitb^eld Club Show, gee Smithfibld 

State of the Market. $ee every day*8 paper 

Caselli ^Charles) on tl^e Transafrican Railway, 

21 ; 11 a 
Caucasus, Archsdological Si^rvey of, 16 j 9 6—24 

a 5 a 

Resources of. 28 a 5 / 

Cave (T. S.) on Mr. Molton's Vote, 14 y 4 s 
Cavendish (Lor(l) a Fountain to the Memoiy of^ 
at Bolton Abbey. 12 J 11 e 

21 



Ban 



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PALMKR S INDEX TO ^' THE TIMK8 ' NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 lO 



Cecil (K. G.) on the Ordnance Department. 24 

»i4 d 
CentrHl Argentine Land Company, 24 m II 6 — 

26 m 12 (f 
*— Asia, MiscellaneoiM News, 5 a 6 e 
. New« about. 7 ; 5 e — 21 j 5 c 

Scientific Tour in. 7 m A h 

^ Chnmber of Agriculture. 6 m 9 e~8 / 18 6 

(Council of Diocesan Conferences. 15 a 10 « 

Liberal Association, the Fund and Mr. 

Gladstone's Hilln. 4 i/i 8 r 

Chttiley. Sussex, Violent Assault, 29 m 14 « 
Chamberlain (Arthur) on Mr. Glitdstone and the 

National Kadical Union, 22 ; 9 /' 

{Ht. Hon. Joseph) Advice to Vot ts. 30/ 4 d 

" — at Barrow. 23 ; 1 a 

1 and Birmingham. 11/8 d— 18 / 10 / 

at Birmingham, 18; 1 1 d — 21 ; 10 

at the Birmingham Liberal Association, 22 

a 10 a 
-. — and Mr. Gladstone. 7 a 10 /— 28 ; 8 6 
.^^- and the Home Kuie Rill. S m 12^1—21 m 10 a 

- Letier to thy Birndnghnn Daily Postt 21 /6 o 
. Manisfeto. 12 > 7./' 

.- — M<M5ting of Liberals at his Residence, 13 m 5 /* 

• Letter to a Welsh Gentleman, 23 ) 9 6 

. . 1 to Mr. Maude, 80 i 14 « 

and Mr. O'Kelly, 9i 9/ 

^. — at Freston, 26 ; 10 <; 

and the Second Heading of the Goyernment 

of Ireland Bill. 7 f 8 6 

- and Ulster, 14 ;;i 11 e 

and his Vote. 29 ; 7 d 

OHANaE OF SURNAMES. Ac. :— 

Adams, Geo. VVm., to be Geo. Wm.Timras, 

14> I 6 

m — Brockbank, Herbert Wm., to be Bertie 

Slidler Brockbank, 3 u I 6 
•^ — Denisoo, Edmund, to be Edm. Beckett, 22 

a 1 b 
— — Gibson, J. S.. to be J, 8. Gib6on«Sugars, 21 

m 1 6 
(Hnsburg, J. B. and S. O., to be Crighton- 

Ginsburg, 21 a 1 6 
.- — Gow. Alex., to be Oow-Stewart, 13 m I b 
Quiston, A. S., to be A. S, Stepiiej-Gulston, 

20 m 1 6 
, Harvey, Mrs., to be Mrs, Ashley-Hiirvey, 7 

j\c 

Hubbard, Isaac Sherlock, to be Isaac Sher- 
lock- Hubbard, \^a\ h 

Jago, John, to be John Jago-Trelawny, 22 

a 1 6 
« — Johnstone, John Campbell, to be John 

Campbell-'lohnstone. 25 ; i 6 

M*Haifie G. W, G., to be O. W. G. 

M*HafBe Gordon, 22 m 1 6 

• Moss, Ralph Slaaenger, to be Ralph Slai- 

enger. 16 a i c 

0*Brien, J. B., to be J. B, Bambridge, 23 

a 1 6 

« — Pusey, Wm, Alfred, to be W, A. Pusey- 

Keith. 28 u 1 c 
« — Raymond, W. F.. to be W. F. Raymond 

Stallard-Penvyre. 1 1 ;' 1 c 
.. — Roberts, O. W„ to be O. W. Mooraom- 

^berts, 1 1 m 1 c 



Change of Somames, Ac. (to^mutd). 

- Stead. Joseph, to be Joseph Mordaunt- 
Stead, '6a \h 

Trevor, F. S., to be F. S. Trevor-Garrick, 

6 w I r 

Walker, James, to be James Milner Walker, 

2« 1 6 

Channel Tunnel Company, Notes on, 10 m 7 </ ~ 

11 m 13 / 
Chapel Koyal. Savoy Preachers. 1 a 8 / — 3 ; 1 1 d 

Distribution of Prizes to the Choir by the 

Duchess of Albany, 19 a 9 e -3 /m 9 / 

St, James's. Preachers, 1 ; 1 8 c 

Whitehall. Preachers, 3 fl 1 d-287 11 « 

Chapels. Royal. Preachers. 30 n 6 / 

Charing Cross Hospital Medicjil School. 7 m 9 /* 

Charitable Appeals and Donations, s«e Eark 

So- ietif or Charity 
Charity Conmiissioners and Technical Educa- 
tion. 5 j 7 b 
Charley ( W. J.) on Ulster and Scotland, 26,; 4 c 
Charterhouse, Meetim; about the, 7 m 10 <i 

Mission in Southwark, Concert in Aid of, S 

ff 90 
Chatham Parish Church. 21 m 4 « 
Cheltenham College. 8 i 9 6-30 ; U /" 

Public Works at, 29 ; 1 1 / 

Cheshire Landlords and Game, 11 i 7 f 
Chesson (F. W.) on French and English in Mada* 

gascar, 10; 1 d 
Chester. New Dean of. 21 a 9 d— 80 a \0 f 
Chetwynd (Lord; Compulsory Impropriation, 21 

6 c 
Childers (Rt. Hon. H. C.) at Cardiff. 21 a 6 6 

Adiiress to his Klectors, 21 ; C 6 

in Edinburgh, 21)7/ 

Chili. Hiotsin, 18/66 

New President, 29 ; 5 d 

CHINA: — 

Appointments, oj 9 b 

Bogdo Khan, Note on, 1 ; 6 c 

Britinh Minir«ter to, 12 a 6/ 

Diplomatic News, 28 » 7/ 

and Kn^land. 8rfod — loalOs 

and Foreign' Influence, 17 j 13 a 

Syndicates. II m 16 6 

and France. 27 « 3 c 

an<i the Vatican, 1 7 « 7 6 



and Germany. 31 m 6 b 

and Great Britain. \6 a 10 e 

Imperial Family, 20 a 9/ 

Miscellaneous News, 5 a 6 d^l8 m 5 d— 9 

- Piracy on the China Seas, 8 ; 7 c 

Prince Viceroy Visits the British Fleet, 26 

m b h 
Railway Schemes in. 28 ; 7 d 

and Ru.<<sia. 7 ; 6 6 

Taxation. 3» 7 18./ 

Visit of the Fimperor, &c., to the Tombi, 8 

a7j 
China Shippers' Mutual Navigation Company, 

15(1 11 d--20a 11 c 
Chinese Minister, 17 o 6 d— 24 a 9y— 27 a 7 d— 

29 a 9 /— 8 m 13./ 
Chint-ne Time/i, First Issue of, 18 m 6 6 
Chinese Turkestan, 18 w 5 c 



JtiDe 80, l»86.] 



rALMER^ INDEX TO ** THE TIMES*' NEW8PAVER. 



Ciw 



Cboltn, at Bilbao, \a9 f 
in Austria, 27 m b d 

- on the Continent, 19 a 6 rf— 24 « 5 6 

in Italy, 81 m (S 6—8 i « 6 -5 ; li d-^\9 ; 7rf 

in Japan, 28 m 5 « 

in Rome, Urn 10<— 17in 7 c— 18m6c— 20 

«i5«— 2il m 14 ^ 

at Trieste. 1"> ; 3 r-28 i & f 

Chrift's lio«pital Sckpme. 2 a 6 «— 7 a 10 «— 9 a 

10<i— Ki a 6/ -20 c; 4 / 
and the Scholars on Easter Tuesday, 28 « 

106 

Christian Community, Ii4th Annual Meeting. 

27 m 10 / 
CImbb (J. C.) on the Traac on Blackfriars 

Bridge, 27 m 12 r 
Church (A. H.) on Light and Water Colour, 14 

a i6o 
Church Oongresa, 19 j 6 «/ 

Endowments, 7 ; 6/ 

Extension in Dorsetohire. 19 ; 8 /" 

Free and Open. 28 u 6 € 

and Graveyard Site*. 8 m 9 s 

Patronage Bill, 7 a 7 / 

Reform. 30ii6c — 17ii»9d 

— ^ of Eni^land Funpral and Mourning Affwocia- 

tioD, Annual Meeting. 24 m 9 r 

Purity Society. Annuul Meeting. 14 ; 4 c 

Churchill Home for Working Women, Opening 

<rf, » ; 4y 

« A. S.) on Swift Ocean Steamers. 28 «/ « d 

Churhill (Urd Randolph) Address tohis Electors, 

21j 6 a 

City Conservative Club's Dinner to. 28 m 9 

y— 8 ; 7 h 

and Civil War, Notes on. 18 »» » <r— 19 m 4 /* 

D.»Bation of £ ,000 to. lor the Conservative 

Fnml, 23 ; 9 r 

and Mr. Gladiitone, 24 >n 4 c 

on Home Kule, at the Banquet of the Bea- 

consfield C4ub, 15a 7 6 

on the Irish Policy of the Tories, 8 w 9 / 

Movements of. 13 'i 10 6 

at Paddiiiglon, 28 f 7 a 

and Mr. Plunket at Paddington, 30 j 11 a 

— — Speech, Note on, 80 j !« / 

City of Glasgow Life Assurance Company. 22 a 

116 
of London. AsseMmentf). 21 fi M ** 

Conservative Club. Dinner to Lord II. 

Churchill 28 i* 9 /— 3 ; 7 / 

- Corporation Finance. 2 a A n 

Fire Lisuranee CompanVf 31 ik 11 /#— 17/ 

il r 

- Hospital for Diseanos of the Chest, Uoyal 
Visit to. 7 o 10 

Improvements. 7 « 1 1 </ 

Cost of, 19a 8 r 

Liberal Club, Dinner to the Conimi^siorers 

of the (^ilonial nnd Indian Exhibit ion, 27 '/' H« 

House Dinner to lA)rd Dalhoubie, i a 6 a 



their 



— l^iberaU and Home Hule, 21 u 8 a 

— Livery (^ompanien of London and 
Iriiili l<: states. Note on 22 u 7 e 

— Real Property Company. 27 w 1 1 //— 9 /lie 

— of Santos luiprovemenis C<MUpuny, :jO a \l d 

— School, 31 ai G « 



City, Value of Land in, 12 m 10/— 22 m 14 6 

and (iuildd of London Institute, Annual 

Meeting. \ a h c 
CIVIL ACTIONS :— 

Ackers v. Howard, 1 a 3 rf— 2 a 8 a— 6 a 4 

a — 14 a {> t 

Adams r. Lord Coleridge, 1 1 / 8 « 

Alvarez r. Ventura and Cabrea, 8 m 6 o 

Andrew^ r. (ireat Uastera liailway, 25 m 4 a 

AuHtrutl>er <? Slade. 13 m 4 a 

r« hinnia Armstrong, 28 ; 3 / 

Arni«(tn>ng r. Milburn. 8 im 5 a 

tx piirU Aiherton, 14 /« 4 a 

rr Atkins's Trade Marks, 14 5 

Austen r. Collius, 6 m 12 a 

- r€ V.mI of Aylesford — Maehell v. Earl 
Ptjulelt. 2!» a K r 

T€ Bagiall and Sons, \0 m \ f 

re Haillie — Fitzgerald v, Noad, 14 m S/ 

Baker v. Piper, 5 w 4 « 

i« Halkifl (Company, S j A h 

BalU V. Borthwick, Su oh 

rf B tTber and others. 1 ; 5 <f 

ex p Tt" the Trustees 19 « 10 a— 20 a A c 

BateiMHU «\ Board of Works for Poplar, 19 

M 5 CI 

Batthvany r. Smith, 2 a 5^—8 a 7 « 

V, VValford. 9 a '6 J -10 a 5 ft — 18 a 8 /"— 

15 fi 3 d- 17 a 5 r 

- rt Prince Bat ihyany-Strattmann— Prince 
FUimund Batthvanx-Strattmann v, Walfonl 
and another. 17 n 5 <9-21 a 10 a -22 a 8 6 — 5 
m 4 '/— 6 m 12 »/ — 7 /n 4 a — 1 1 m 4 c 

Beni'ke v. A n^rfu- Australasian Steam Navi- 

garion Company. 2<t ) 5 « 

Bennett r. f^ndon and County Banking 

Company, 30 ; 9 « 

Bovan V, f^ondon General Omnibus Com- 
pany. 80; 19 / 

Beyfus w. -hmas and others, 3/10 b^AjS/ 

Biohop 0. L boai^^here. 4 ; 4 or 

Blackburn Low «& Co. v. Vigors, 24 m 7 c 

Blyth V. Wright, 80/19/ 

Bompas o. Sir li. 1). King and others, 21 m 



86 



Botterill v. Ware Board of Guardians, 14 m 
8f 

— Boucicault v. Ponsford, 21 im 8 <f 

— Bow ring, Jamieson & Co. v, Roberts, 
Jolmoon & Co., :i a 5 </— 6 a 4 A— 8 o 3 / 

— Brasch and Kothenstein v. Philipp Brothers, 
5mA d 

— re Brazilian Railway Construction Company, 
4)3/ 

— Brewis v. Pearse and another, 21 m 8 e— 25 
m A h 

— British Tea Association v. Cooke, 9 i 10 a 

— re Earl of Buckinghamshire — Uobart- 
Hampden v. Pettnington. 2f* ; 3 /" 

— Bunch V. Great Wentern Railway. 14 a 5 h 

— Burges v. Urban Sanitary Authority for 
Bri8t(4. 9j 10 h 

— Butcher v. Newman and others, 1 i 5 6 

— C^aird v. Mosa. 22 m A a 
Callis V. Worral. 25 7 21 « 

— Capital and Counties Bank v, Greeoslade, 
18 M 12 d 

i# 28 



Piv 



palmer's index to *' THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 IQ 



w 



Civil Actions (continued)^ 

Canlen v. Albert PHlace Association, 

Fraser r. Same. 10 »« 4 / 

re Carta^^o Company, 10 m 4 /" 

^— Cary-KIwes and others v, 13ripg Gas Com- 
pany, ft 7 7 

Cafes r Majfwell Heron, I o 3 e 

Notes on, 3 a 7 e— 6 a 10 / 

re Cator— fflf parle Phillipd and Cator, 30 ; 

19 <! 

»^ Central Bank of London v< Rps^ and others, 
\ a^ t 

Chaffers r. Henderson. 20 m 10 /*— 10 ? 6 f 

Chamber Colliery Company r. Hopwood, 8 

q3a 

(*hnpmRn r. Hayward. 30 / 19 d 

-_ re Chrisliflas. 19 q 10 « 

(!lflrke r. Millwall DcK'k Company, 27 m 3/ 

C^lifFord v. Bray, 3 o 5 «— 6 « 4 6 

Cole V, HyW9 and others— Liston r. Same, 

9/10 6 

Collard v. Uendell— Rendell t». CoUard, 25 

y 21 e 
Collwlge V. Armstrong and another, 10 j 13 

^-11 J 3<f— 12; 12 <i--'2;H 15 o 
. r. Outram and others. 23 ; 15 A 

- • Colonial Bank <;. Wt^inney. 30 ;' IQ a 

Commercial Bank of Gotland v. Head, 28 

,4a 

re ( omqq^rcial Bi^nk of South Australia. U 

; 10 A 

. (^)lnn1erciHl Union As|uranpe Compi^ny v. 

Marine In^urflnce i'onipi|ny, U> rr 3 r/ 
— ~ ( onmdxsioners of Sewers fpr Fobbing^, &q. 

V. Queen — Same v. Same. 7 »i 3 e — M m h a 
•: Compagnie Finaiiciere et ('tmtmerciaie D\l '• 

Pflpifiqiie V. i^ruvian Guano Company, 5 a 4 

a — 9 a 4 a 
Conduit V. London South Western Railway, 

2 a He 

("ooper V. Blackmore and others. 28 ; 3 / 

Cory and olhers t*. Stewart, « a 3 r 

Coiiclnnun v. Justices of St. Marjlebone, 1? 

fN I2r 

CouU'hor u. Toppin. 25 w 3 / 

Cox V. Baker. 12 / 12 a 

I'a tTHon A (\). V. Bruce & Co., 22 a 3 d 

re ('ran>K*y Iron ("ompHuy. 10 m 4 / 

rr CraiifunrH Trusts, 7 « 4 « 

('ro«iMiiHn and others v. Gent Davis, 6 a 4 r 

— 7 « 4rf 

. t'niwdy and anotl^er r. Worcester City and 

Coutiiy Banking Company. 19 m 5 <• 

. — I'roydon v. I'rudential Loan and Discount 
Cotnp ny. 1 4 u ."» // 

Cuik'wis r. Walker. 10 n 6 n 

- re l)ani>h Fn-fholii Land Keclamation Com- 
pany, \4 i a f» 

— ^' 1 'jiviis V. Ht»evt*8. 15 m 14 « 

- Dayis r. North London tramways Company, 
19 4 .' 

- i\ We'«tporl Unitm, 22 a 7 r 

- I)}iwi'!s i\ I'harfli-y. H) a 5 a 

-; — Dt Bciiitaude r. Wood, 14 ? 3 r 

- .• { arteroi r. Baudains and another, 10 o 
• 

~ — r. (jautier and another, 10 u 5 a 



Civil Actions (continuedy 

Dennan v. Scottish Widows' Fund Life 

Assurance Society, 3 a 5 /— 5 a 4 b — 7 a 4 e — 

8 a 4a -9<» 4 6-10 o 5 d 

re De Silva - Shepl^erd t;. Royal MedicMil 



Benevolent (College and others. I / 4 / 

Devey v, Drummond, 17 a 6 c — 20 a 4 e — 

2^ / 3 e 

- Direct Photographic Engraving CQmp^fvy 
V. Newnes, 20 a 4 e 

er pnte Disley Friendly Society, 22m ef 

Donovan v. Murray. 4 ; 10 cj 

Earl of Donoughmore v, Maddison and 

Sedgwick. 1 7 « 6 r 
Drunmiond v. Ridge, 12 o 3 / 

Dublin and Glasgow Steam Packet Com- 
pany r. Dublin Port and Dock Board, 3 a 5 6 

and Meath Railway v. Midland Greaf 



Western Railway of Ireland 30 ; 20 h 
— Dunlop and Sons v. De Murrieta & Co., 22 
aSe 

Dyke v. Clements, 22 m 6 r 



Kbrard & (^o. v. GMSsier and Baume, 5 ; 7 c 

Iviison and Swan United Electric Ligl^t 

Company and others r. Woodhousennd Rawson, 
11 ;w 4 c— 13 w3/ — 14 in 3 /-18 /« 11 /— 19?i< 
6 //— 20 m 12 c— 21 m 6 c & //-22 w 6 d— 26 m 
4 a— 26 m 4 a 

Kglinton Chemical Company c. Yorkshire 
'tannery and Boot Manufactory Conniany. II 

re St, Peter*8 Election of a Vestry Clerk, 2^ 

j 4 o 
Klkan v, Gre^t Northern Railway, 4 ,' S f 

Kllis r. Kills. 10m 4 / 

Elpl^in'^tQiie r. Mqnklat>d Iron and Coal 

Company and Liquidators. 3(i ; 19 n 

Elwes und others v. Brigg Gas Company, 

24 t 3 / 

re Emanuel and Sin^nr^onds, 29 m 7 a 

fx parte V^scov^nt Emlyn. 3 / 10 6 

EmmerMon v, ind, Coope & Co., 9 ; 10 tf 

re Englisl^ and Russian Lombard Banking 

Company, in m if 

Estpourt V. Brading Harbour Company, 3 

Excliequer Gold and Silver Mining Conv 

pany v. Lethwaite & Co.. 10 ; 10 r 

Eyre and others v. Queen. 8 / 4 c 

^— Fane r. Fane, 9 a 4 f i 

re Ven. H. P. Ffoull^es. 19 ;« 5 d 

Field V. I^ahouohere and another, 26 i 5 A— 

28; 4a 

1 ine Art Society v. Union Bank of Londotx, 

10;13« 

Fobbing. Comrwissiqners for Sewers for. r. 

Queen — ( Commissioners for Sewers for Fobbing 
I V. John Abbot. 30; i9a 
I — Foster i\ London Koad Car Company, *2i 

J 4 n 

re J. S. Fowler, 23 / 15 o 

tx pirte Friend, 28 / 3 f 

Gale ?'. Bracey, .'> m 4 e 

Galloway v. Loudon, Chatham and Dover 

Railway. 22 n 8 « 

Can Kim Swee an^ others v, Ralli aodl 

others, 8 u 3 c 



i 



.tune 30, J 886.] 



palmer's INDP.X to " THK TIMES NEW8PAPEB. 



C!V 



^▼il Actions (rontinuea), 

Genda Puri and another v. Chhatnr Puri, 

2iij&d 

re General Ice Conr|Mny, 24 m 7 </ 

General Stock Kxchange v, Bethell. 1 ; 5 a 

Germ Milting Company v. Uobinion, 28 i 

15 a— 30; \^ d 

Gibbons r. Normitn. 28 w ^ / 

Gilbei t and anoiUer v. Coi-poration of Trinity 

House. \A fSd 
Gilnian v, Gulcher Electric Light and Power 

C?onipany, 5 a 4 r 
Ginnett v. Thompson, 14 a 5 y— 13 a 8 d— 

ISa'd i» 
b. Lloyd. 1 7 a 5 « 

Giraud and others v. Nance and otherft, 10 

M 4 « 

-=^ Glasgow and South Western Railway r. 
Mackinuoii and another, 28/15 a 

Lord Provost. &c. v. Hililiead Cooimis- 



^toners of Police. 15 m 14 a 

Godavery, Collector of, c. Addatiki Pantulu, 

24;8«— 25) 21 a 

Godfrey v. Jacobs, 10 ; 1^ 6 

Gort, Viscount, and others v. Rowney and 

others. 18 m 8 /— 19 7ii 5 6 

Great Northern liailway ». Kennedy^ 20 

a 4 c 

Grim wade v. Di<ik8 and others, 17 »» 12 6 

re Gun and Shot and Griffin's Wharves 

Company, 24 ml d 

Hall & Co. V. London, Brighton And South 

Coast Railway . \9 a \0 o 

Uamer v, I'ambrian Railway, 9 a 8 « 

Haniill v. Lilley. 21 a 10 a 

^ — Hamilton. Fraser & Co. ». Thames and 
Mersey Marine Insurance Company, 25 m 4 a 
ex p >rie Hanson, 11 ; 8 d 

Harding v. Board of Land and Works, 6 

ad/ 

Hargreav^ add Thompson. 29 m 7 a 

Uari Ravji Chiplunkar w. Shapurji Hormusji 

and others, 1 a 8 c 

Harris ». Briscoe, 22 m 6 c— 12J 12 o 

Vi l>e Pinna, 10 a 5 6 

V. South Metropolitan Gas Company, 10 

J 18 c 
— *— te Harrison, 14 a 6 d— 28 m 8 s 

Harrow Local Board r. Kench, 21 iw 8 d 

Heap V, Day. 8 ; 10 a 

re Henry— «x pa^-te Erie Railway and New 

York, Erie, and Western Road Companies, 10 
o 6 A 

Hey V, De La Hey. 22 m 6 d 

Holden p. Vestry of St. Mary Islington, 26 

; 6a 

— ■« — Holman and others u. Dasnieres, 8 a 5 6— 6 
ai 12 

re Home Investment Society, 22m 6 d 

-« — Hope p. Evered, 24 j 8 /— 25^21 e 

Home V. Humphreys, 80 ; 20 a 

Horton, v. Lord Donnington, 26 i 21 d 

Hongbton v, Bellairs. 2d m 5 e 

Houlder Brothers and Co. v. Merchants' 

Marine Insurance Company, 14/86 

Uttzley V. West London Extension Rail- 
way, 7 a a 



I 



Civil Actions (continued). 

HuKbes V, Merritt, 7 a 4 a 

Hydniulic Engineering Company ». Spencer 

and Sons, 19a 10c 
rt Iceland Sulphilr & Copper Company. 9 

u8/ 
lies ». American Welsh Flannel Company, 

14 a 5 « J 

Imambandi Begum v, Kumleswari Pershad 

and others. 28 ; '^ t 

Instone u. Elinslie, 22 m e 

l8AHC8on r. Uurant, 6 a 8 /— 18 a 8 / 

re Isle of Wight Spa (Llmitei). \j4f 

.Tagadarab'-a Chowdhrani and others t'. 

DMkkhiua Moimn Roy and others. 10 o 5 « 

Janiieson v. Hicks and Arnold, 14 w» 4 6 

tx parU Johnson, 1 1 »i 4 rf 

Johnson i*. Hodge, 5 a 3 / 

re Jonas, 18 m IX a 

re Jones, 2 a 3 6—14 ah 6 

Jones t). ^Ue, 10 ti 5 6—17 m 12 rt 

t;. Tooth and others, 1 1 > 3/ 

V. Williams, 14 a 5 r 

re Keeling-eJrp*r<e BUnchett, 10 m 4 e 

reSirli. 0. King, 2t/8r 

Kinghorn v. Provost, &c. of Dundee, 2 o ;5 a 

Kinnnird v. Yorke, 9 ; 10 a 

Kmtore. Countess Dowager of, and others 

V. Kari of Kin tore. 80 ; 19 n 

Kirby v. Merritt and Wife, 6 w4e— 6/« 12 h 

Kirk and Raudall v. East and West India 

Dock Tompany, 8 ;<» t» 

Lake r. Lord Haldon, 29 7 4 a 

it Land Development Association. 21 a 10 a 

Landrock v. Metropolitan District Railway, 

10 a b c 

I^eslie V. Rousbey itnd others, 1 7 a 5 tf 

Lewi II and another w. Wilson and others 2U 

I 5 c 

V. Kamsdale 5 ; 7 c 



Lilliy and anoi hur r. 11 amill and the Colorado 

United Mii.mg Company. 21 a 10 a 

— Li verpooU Commercial Investment Society 
t. Son and another. 2'i « 8 d 

— Loiidort and County Banking Company ». 

Fulford. 4 ; 4 e _ „ . 

and Leicester Hosiery Company v. Patent 



Automatic Leicester Hosiery Company. London 
& Leicester Hosiery Compfany v, Neumann, 15 

m 14 ' , _, 

and Provincial Fire Insurance Company, 



17 m 12 a — 18 / 12 a 
Londonderry, Marquis of v. Russell, 25 ; 

21 a 

Loring v. Davis, 21 « 3 c 

Loughborough Highway Board o. Curaon, 29 

L«ddy*8 Trustee v, P^ard. 29 ; 3 e 

Luuiley & Va, v. Nicholson and others, 29 

~ Lydney and Wigpool Iron Ore Company v: 

Bml. 14 ) 3 tt . . . . r - . „ 
Lyell V. Kennedy. 3 > 10 6—4 ; 4 6— o ; 7 e 

7 , 10 r-9 / 10 c - 1 1 > 8 /— 12 j 12 6—28 ; 166 
Manchester. Bury, Rochdale and Oldhanif 

Steam Tramways ('ompHny v: City of London* 

Contract Corpbralioli, 11 j 8 d— 12/ 12 o 



Civ 



P^tLXER^S IWDEX TO "^ THE TIUKS " NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 t» 



Ciyil Actiotss (conthwed). 

MaigiK'ii r. ( larkti, H m fi a 

Marlhorougli. I)uki» of^ v. Sartorifr. 20 m 12 b 

Marriott v. ChHiiiberUin, 17 u 5 d-~20 m 

12 a 
— — re Mftrafawtl and the Trustee Relief Act, 7 

m 4 a 
Martin v. Spi(jer, 2S m 3 e 

Mason and HRother v. Ashton Gas CompaDy, 

19 /I lOtf 

ex p-irte Vf alt hews. 14 a 5 e 

re MniuUhi —ex pnte Incorporated Law 

^^ociety. 7 m 4 a 
MHiilliii V. Koirers. 21 »i 3 d 

M*('unn V. London and St. Katharine'is Dock 

CompH'iy. \S mi a—\\) rti 5 c — 20 im 12 c 

MM)ouKHn V, Knight. 1 1 j 3 « 

M*ViHniis r. GreenwwKl, 20 a 4 tf 

re Mitt- Norden v. M *rss. 13 m S / 

Mei^h V. Twijfg and others, 17 <i 6 s 

Merchant Venturers of Bristol v. Bridges, 

26 T 8 e 

Metropolitan Railway r. Wiight \9 a Iqo 

Middlemore v. Mason, 10 ; 13 a 

Midland Great Western Railway of Ireland 

V. DuMin and Meath Railway, 30 / 20 6 

Railway v. Miles— Sanse i7. barae, 28 m 8 / 



—29 m 7 6 

— Millar v. Toulaiin. 1 1 ; 3 </— 29 n 7 c 

— Milton V, (Irtbbofi, 5.; 7 e 

— ex p'trte Minion, 17^5^ 

— Mogue Steamship Company v. M'Gregor, 
Gow ^ C(K, Skinner & Co., Jenknitt & Co., 
i'eniiMular aiK\ Oriental Steam Navigation 
(^iinpany. Ocean Steam Steamship Company, 
Wai.. 'i'h4)inpson & Co%, and others, 30^ 19 d 

— Monaghan v Taylor. I ; 4 /* 
re Mont Dore of Bournemouth Company, 



IOm 4/ 

— Moore v. Lambeth Waterworks Company, 
12 r# 3 /-ly a 10 r 

— Morgan v, Campbell, 22 a 3 c 

— Murdoch v. Kanduklian, 7 w 3« 

— Murray v. Brown 18 m 12 a 
Native Guano Company v. Sewage Manure 



Couip;my. 5 m A e 

Neiive V. Hatherley, 2 o 3 a 

re Nev.lo— Webster v. Nevile, 10 ; 13 a 
re New £mnMi Silver Mining Company, 10 

M 4 / 

Newhi^giiig r. Adam*. f> m 12 a 

Newman and others v, Leacfa, 22 aS^c 

Nicliols V. Briggs, 3 ; 10 u 

NiehoUon v. King, 8 o 3 e 

Nieruth v. Boileau and others^ 8 a 6 6 

Norm;in v, Ricketts and anotlier, 5 m 4 <f 

— ^ Northcote and another v. Owner* of the 

Henriih B nrn^ 6u S r—fi uS b 
^— re Northumberland Avenue Hotel Company, 

19 m 5 a 
O'Brien t\ Walker, W n 6 a 

- Ocean Steamship (^unvpany ». Anderson 
and others. (2 a 8 /—.1 4 a 5 e 

Osboine v, Fk>yd, 29/ 4 a 

Fankhurst r. Hamilton, 1/54 

V. Wighion & I o., 2« ; 5 < 

Parstms v, Hargrave— Blaibeig, II jSd 

26 



Qiyil Actioxis {ronttnued). 

Pascoe and another v. Pulestoirand another, 

29m 7 6 
re Patent Cable Tramways Corporatkm, 7 

/ 10 <» 

Pearce v. Foster and others, ISaS f 

PearnMn v. Baroness Burdett-Coutta anti 

another, 22 m 6 Z'— 24 m 7 s 
Pecker v. London and County Banking 

Company. 30 j 19 / 
— re Penniogton —ex parte Incorporated Law 

Society, 9j 10 A 

Philpot V. Royal Exchange Assurance Cor- 
poration, 2<f rf 4 e 

Pitt ir. Mitchell. 5 ; 7 (/ 

re Pope, 10; 13 A 

Pope V. Hunt. 30 ; 1^ / 

PoweH If. Graves & Co., 24 in 7 e 

Power Brothers r. Roberts and others, 8 

o 4 a 

Pratt V. Commissioners of the NenaOntfali 

I6a36 

Premuda ». Stewart, 8 a 3 if— 9 aSe 

Procter V. Tyler, 21 a 10 a— 18 m 12 a 

Queen v. Judge and Registrar of the Bloomt- 

bury County Court. 7 n 4 c— -27 m 3 /" 
_ — V. Justices of the Cinque Ports, 7 m 4 « 
of the Cenrral -Criminal Court,. 1 1 / 3 <^ 

V. Lord Graves, 13 a 4rf— 14 a 5 e 

^— ^- V, Latimer, 17m 12b 

V. Lord Mayor of London and Vance, & 

17. Inhabitants of Lordsmere, Yorkshire, 



a Ac 



17 III 12 a 

ri. School Board of London, 18 m 11 /* 

r. Shurmer, 25 / 21 6 

V. Stroulgar, 25/21 a 

V. Wilkinson and others. 10 ^ 18^ 6 



Raper v. Fortescue, 1 6 a 3 c 

— Rawlins v. Stevenson and others, 2 a 8 a 
Reading v. School Board of London, 2aBh 

Reay v. Mayor and Aldermen of Qatesheadr 

20a 6d 

^— Regina v. Denny, 29 m 7 c 

Reid and others v. Maxwell, 15 m 14 o 

Reynolds & Co. v. Amos and Hunt, IS m 8/ 

Robinson ti. Metropolitan Railway, 19 m 6 ri^ 

v. Dand, 9 / 10 A 

Rod well r. Attorney-General — Gourrier 

Fund. 9/ 10 /I 
re Russell. Son and Scott. 22 a S h 

Ruthin and ("en ig-y- Druidion Railwsy Acts, 

21 M 3 b 

Salmon v, Dnncombe and others, 14^' 8 a — 

2H / 5 e 

Sanitary Authority of the Isle of Sheppj 

v. Overseers of the Parish of Eimley, Kent, 20 
Q4d 

Saunders r. Pawley. 2 a 8 6 — 16 aSe 

re St. Uelen*s Coal and Clay Compaoy, 16 

m 4 / 

Seligmann and others v. Young, 29 m 7 c 

Severn and Wye and Severn Bridge Bail- 
way V. Great Western Railway, 2 a 8 if 

— — Shea r. Green. 10 o 5 r 

^hickle and others v. Lawrence and ocbers^ 

22 mds 



June 5 0, 1886.J palhbr's ihdbx to " thb times " nbwspapbh. 



Gil 



CiTil Actioos (continued), 

Shingler v. Smith/ 10 a 5e 

Shoolbred & Co, v. Powers. 21 a 10 A 

H. and G. Sinionds i;. Justices of Hlackheath 



— W. Stewart r. Same. K / 10 a 

— SlitingbcMirne and Sbeeroetft Railway 
Lawson, b m A e 

— re Smeed, I3a 3 /" 

— Smith p. JaflPray, 3 o 5 c— 6 aS / 
V. Fearaon, l\ m A d 



V. 



re a Solicitor, 2\ m9d 



Sparkbrook Manufactttring v. NevHr, 4 ; 4 a 

Spittle v. Qreat Western Kailway, 1 1 m 4 « 

SptMif; r. Melnottp, 26 t 6 a 

Sprat t's Patent Company v. Wamett, 8 ct 8 e 

Sri Kaja Surya v. Rri Ka ja Gangadbara and 

another, bile 

Star Corn Millers Society t;. Moore & Co^ 13 



m A a 



r. W. Moore & Co., 30 / 19 r 



— re Starbock Car and Wagon Company. 10 
m4 f 

— re Steep Grade Trams and Works Company, 
24m7</ 

— Stephens and others v. Gneret, 28; 4 a— 29 
; 4c 

tf. Lowndes. 22 <v 8 b— 29 a 18 a 

— Stewart and another o. Hunt, 6 i 7 c 

— re Strong. U) a b h—lH a S b 

— re Solynmh and Sherbro Trading Company, 
7 a A a 

— Symonds & others v. London Street Tram- 
way Company. 9 a 4 6 

— Tanfani v. Winslow. 26 / 6./ 

— Taylor ». Vestry of St. Mary Abbotto. 
Kensington, 27 m 4 a 

and another V. Bank of New South Wale\ 



)l;3r-1478d—26?6(/ 

re Thomas, 10 m 4 / 

Thomas v. Turner. lAiSh 

Thorn and another ». Fraser, 14 m 6 6 

Thornton ». Thornton, 15 a 3 <f 

Tillett& Co. V, Cwm. Avon Works Pro- 
prietors, 28 m 8 / 

Tofleld V, Rushbury, 12 a 4 a 

Tucker v. Lawson, 16 a 3 ^ 

— Turner v. Johnston, 23.; 16 a 

Turquand and Whinney v. Board of Trade 

and another, 29 m 6/ 
Tyne Boiler Works Company v.Tynemouth 

Union, b a'Sd 

— Tyack v, Morritt and others, 20 m 10 a 
United Telephone Company v, Bassano, 10 

a b 0—12 a 4 a— 29 9 8 e 

re Vaughan— Vaughan v, Thomas, 14 ; 8 tf 

re Victor Gas Engine Company, 21 a 10 a 

Wackrell v. Groom. 8 / 4 o 

— Walkden v. Hartley and Cayel, 80 ; 20 a 

Walker and another v. Mahan, 16^86 

Webster r. Friedeberg— Same v. Same, 29 

m7b 

Weldon r, De Bathe, 4 ; 4 a 

Weller v. Howard, 20 m \0 ^ 

West V. Justices of St PuTH-ras, 17 m 12 f 

Western Suburban Building Society v, 

Martin. 7 a 4 r~2ri mSd 
Wattoo V. Pink, 22 a 8 / 



Civil Actions {ronUnued\ 

Westfalische Union Ironand Wire Company 

V. Samuels, Sons and Co,, Mi aZc 

West wood Baillie & Co. v. Government of 

tlie <'a|)e of (yotxl ilope. 26 m 4 6 

Whitley Partners (Limited)— CalUn's Case 

14 a5r 

re Whorwood— Ogle o. Lord Sherborne, 2(& 

; 21 A 

Wilkinson v, Hampson, 8 ; 10/ 

Willianas w. Ward, 4 ; 4 a— 5 > 7 e 

Williamson t*. North Staffordshire Railway 

and Sneyd, 19 a 10 </ 
Wilmer v. Aylward and others, 2 a 8 6 — & 

a b l--n a i h — l a \ e 

Wil.ion r. Barnes and others and the Attor- 

ney-Getieral. 7 im 3 f 

if. Craufurd and others. 14 a 5 / 



— Wimbledon Local Board v. Croydon Rural 
Sanitary Authority. 8 w /> 6—19 mb a 

— Windsor and Annapolis Railway v. Queen 
and We«tern Counties Kailway, 4>8e— 26;6 c 

— Wood ». Madge, 7 a A a 

— re Woodgate, 28 w 6 / 
V. Edlin. 20 a A e— 21 a 10 c 



— Wastenholm and another v. SheflSeld Union 
Banking Company, 1 a 3 c 

— VVyatt V. Rosherrille Garden Company, 10 
> 13 6 

Wynaad. &c. Company v. Mead. 13 a 4 (i 



Civil Service Appointments, «e< OFrioiAL 

Bread (-oiupany, 26 § 13 e 

Estimates, 24 m 9 e 

and Revenue Departments, 12/11/ 

Supply Association, Meetinfr, 10 a 13 6 

Clacton-on-Sea and General Land, Building and 

Investment Company. 3 ; 1 1 d 

Ckre \ Lord , on the Union, 21 a 7 a 

Clarendon Land Investment and Agency Com- 
pany, '30 n l\ d 

Chirk (J. M.) Will the Post Oflaoe Expkin ? 2 a 

12 d 

Clarke (Edw.) Foregoes his Fee to the Plymouth 
Guardians of 500 Guineas, 1 3 m 9 e 

Claughton (Chaplain-General) Memorial to, ia 
St. Paul's Cathedral, 15 7 4y 

Clerical Appointments. 2 u 3 e— 2 a 9 f — 8 all 
/— 3 a 13 a— 5 a 9 <f— 8 a 6 6-.10 a 12 c— 10 a 

13 r— 12 a 6q— 13 a5c— lfra7 f—lb a 11 d 
19 a 9 e-21 a 9 </— 22 a 7 c—dOa 6 s— 1 m 9 
e—Am 10 a— 6 m 9 6-12 m llr— I81M 6e— 15 
m 13<r— 15 m XAe—lSm 9e— 19 m II s^l9 m 
13 e— 20 m 9 s— 20 m 10 /— 21 m 9 s— 22 m 14 
6—24 m 9 r— 25 m 9 e— 27 m 9 /— 29 m 12 e^ 
31 m 4 /— 81 m 7 /— 5 ; 8 rf— 5 ; 13 y— 8 ; 10/ 
- 9 ; 9 /-lO ; 10 rf— 12> 7 if-15 ; 4 s— 17 ; 7 
<y— 19 ; 7 c— 22 j 5 rf— 24 ; 7 (r— 26 ; 9 c— 30 >' 
11 d 

ClerkenweU, Sanitary Condition of, Note on, 29 

a 4 s 
Cleveland Ironmasters* Association, 5 m 18 6 
Clifford (S.) on Lady Clifford and the Fire 

Brigade. 81 m 6 ^ 
Clifton Suspension Bridge. Note on. 29 a 13 e 
C:lotliworkers* Company, thinner to the Colonial 

Representatives, 3 ; 6 s 
CUssold Park, 30 ; 15 

27 



Ciy 



PALMKk'S INDKX TO " T«IK TIMES " NKWSPAPER. 



I 



April 1 to 



riy<le. I)ef<-nce8 of the. 18 i7J 
UuHching Club, 17 w U) d 

SfHBon, 27 a 6 c-'6 j 13 o— 24 ; 6 / 

COAL:— 

• Imports and Exports fronl the Port of 

London. 5 n 1 1 h—b in 18 h — 4 ; 1 1 6 

Shipped at Grimsby, U a 1 1 6 

State oi the Market, a^e evert/ day*8 paper 

(>)hI Miiieo Bill. Note on. IC / 10 d 

Cobbe ih\ V.) on the Mines Itegulation BiU, 11 

m 6 a 
('ol)den Club Dinners, 16 a 10 e— 20 m 9 e 
r«K'k Tavern, Fleet Street, 10 m \3j 
•* Coercion," Note on, 3«) a 12 o 
Coffee, State of Trade in, see Produce M^RKEt 
C ohen ^L. L.) on the Land Purchase Bill, 20 a 

10 e 

(N. L.) on Free Kegistries for the Unem- 
ployed. ^ m 4 f 

Colchester (Lord) on Mr^ Gladstone and Burke, 

29 ; 116 
College of Agriculture, Downtoo, Awards, 20 a 

6d 
Colliery Accidents, see Accidents— Mining 
Colling!* (Je^8(•) Address to the Agricultural 

Labourers, I fs / 8 a 

- on Mr. Gladstone's Irish Policy, 20 a 8 6 

and Mr. Moulton, 10 / \2 d 

Colomb (Capt. J. C. U.) on Imperial Federation. 

1 ;46 
Colonial Appointments, 14 a 12 6—14 a 13 a— 8 

m 16 a— 12 wi II ^—16 m 1 1 /— 22 m 16 c— 29 

VI 15 6—5/ 15 rf— 12 /13c -26 j 13 a— 30^ 16 a 

(\)mpaj>y, 7 m \\ d 

Government Securities, State of Shares in, 

see every dny^s paper 

Produce Market, see each day^s paper 

Colonial and Indian Exhibition. Account, 1 a da 
Cabstand Accommoation at, 2,j t o a 

Arrangements for Opening, 1 m 7 <?^4 ml f 

Conference Conmuttee, 27 m 7 6 —2b 7 12 6 

—30 ; 4 c 

Dinner to Commissianers, by the Managers 

of the Orient Steam Navigation Company, 9 

; 9/ 
Dinners to the Commissioners, 17/10 c — 

23; 13 13 / 

India, 14 /4 </ 

Indian Art at. 19m 16 a— 22 m 5 a 

Conference at. 23^ > 6 a 

Silks at. 30 ; 4 a 

the Key of. 3 m 4 (/ 

Malta, 29 m 6 b 

Meeting of tfie Cottmrittee, 3a8c-- I4al2c 

Notes on. 24 a 7 e— 29 a 13 <?— 30 all/ 

Notices about, 20 a 10 s— 23 a 1 1 a— 24 a 7 

a— 29 a 8 a— II w 6 6—11 m 7 c— 21 m 9 <— 1 

, 4 «— 4/ 12 a— 18 ; 5 /— 18 ; 9 e-28 ; 9 « 
•^^ Number of Visitors to, 10 m 9 </— 17 tu 9 d 

—24 m 9 c -31 m 7 /— 7 ; 4 y— 14 j 4 «— 16 ; 

10./— 21/6/ 
Opening of, by tlie Queen, b m \l e 

Orders Conferred on the Commissioners, 28 

j 9 e— 29 / 12 d 

^ the Prince of Wales at, 3 m 4 6 

- — Proposal to Form into a Museum, 81 m 7 a 
*-22 ;4 6— 23 J U / 
27 



Colonial and Indian Kxhibitioil — the Queensland 

Gold Mill. 21/8// 
Kate of Admission for August to its Close, 

7 /9 c/ 

South Australian Fruit for, 21 o 9 «— 3 ut 

10 f/ 

'h'legranis from India and the ('olonies tor 

the Prince of Wales. 13 m 6a— 1 5m 126 

Visit of the Press to. 22 oi 8 « 

of the Queen to, 7 m 10 a— 23 m9 d 

Indun and C/oIonial Visitors. Visit of, to 

Oxford. 29 /9 / 
Colonizsition of South Africa. 9/86 

State- Directed, 9 /8 c 

Systematic. 30 a 3 s 

Comet. New, I m 10 c — 4 /« 5 / 

CutdmerciHl IntelUt^ence, see every day's paper 
Notices, see aftrr }\qsby Market, in tack 

days ftfipfr 
Comoro Islands. I!) m 7 e 
Compngnie Geiuf^ale des Asphalted et Fraaod 

('ompiiny. Itt'port. 15 u 11 c 
Companies, Miscellaneous, State of Shares in,- 

ste every duy*s paper 
Conference of Berlin, Parliamentary Paper ou, 

17/ 11 « 
Cortferemes of 188(», 8 a 6 ^ 
Cont'o, 18 a 12 A -17 in 9 //— 22 m 16 /*— 25 i 15/ 

Discovery of a Navigable River in, 30 j 20 c 

Lottery. 12 / 10 d 

State, Conference about, in Berlin, 21 o 5(2 

—2d a So 
Congress of Chambers of Commerce on the 
British Kmpire, 4 / 10 6 

on Freshwater Navigation. 23 a 8 « 

Conscience Money, 7a 10/ — 14 a 12 6—16 a 10 
r»— 20 ,/ 7 </— 21 a 9 d—2'S a 3«— 10 m 4 J— IB 
m 9 H- liJ m 14 <-24 M 9 /— 28 m 10 /"—I / %J 
-4/ 5e-5; U/'-8/9 6-9 j7 /—\0f^ f'-- 
12/8/-16 7 5S— 17;4rt— 18/6rf-l9 / 6 <^ 
—25 1 ,3 /— 26 / 1 1 « -28 / 9 «-30> 16 c 

and Party. Note on, 27 a 7 « 

Co»^ervative Party, Meetings of, 3 a 11 /* 

and Loyal Liberals, Notes on, 20 a 6 / — 2t 

a 7 /— 22 ti 12 c— 28 a 5 / 

Ministry and Mr. ParneU. 80/ 16/ 

and tlife Cri>is, Note on, 60 j 18 e 

and Unionist Liberals, 28 5 /*— 13 m 7/—^ 

17 / 10/— 21 ;8<7— 23 i5/ 

Consett Iron Company, 17 m II /*— 81 m 11 6 
Conntantinople Land and Buildkig Company, 20 

a \i c 
(Constitutional Club,- Annual Meeting, 14 w U / 

Notices about, 15 m 12 e— 24 m 9 #• 

Union, Annual Dinner, the Marquis of 

Salitibttry at. 30 7 14 a 

Contagious Diseases of ^Vnimals, Annual fteport^ 

10 a 10 6 
Continental Church of England. 17/6 d 
(/onvocation ot Canterbury, 12 »i 8 c— 13 m 8 1^ 

— Ua 13r— 16//1 12 a— 30 w 16 e 
Consolidated Telephone Construction and Main- 

tetiance Company, 7 w 16 </— 4 j 11 c— 1 1 / 11/ 
Cooke (C. W. H.) on the Coal Mines Bill, 16y 

10 d 
(Thos.) on the South Eastern Railway LevelF 

Crossings, 27 m o / 



Jun« SO, 1886.] 



PALHBR's IN1>BX to *' TIIE TIMIC8 " NKWSl'APER. 



Goi^ 



Conway (M. I).) on Home Rule, 29 m d a 
Co-operatWe Congress, 14; 10 6— 1 5 j 4 « — 1 6 ; 
7 c— 18; 4« 

at Plymouth. 18 ; 4 / 

Copers, Note on. 22 » 7 e 

Copiapo Mining Company, 19 j 14 e 

Corea, Mourning in, 4 / 10 a 

Corbet (K. 8t. J.) on Conservatives and Liberal 

Unionists, 21 t S c 
Com, State of the Market, s«« every doy^s paper 
Cornwall, Duchy of, 29 n \\ f 
Corps of fommissiunaires, Annual Parade, 3/8 

rf— 22 ; 4 / 
Cgrrevon (Henry) on Association Pour La Pro** 

tection des Plantes. 23 j of 
Cosens (K. W.)on the Anglo-Spanitth Conven- 

lion, I ; 5 / 
Costo Hica. New President. 8 <i 5 d 
Cottsgers* Allotments Gardi-n^i Rill. II m 12/ 
Cottesloe (Lord) and the Budget. Mi a \0 tt 
rptton IVade of Glasgow, see every day\ po'per 

State of the Market, see every day*s paptf 

Trade of Lancashire, 17 »« 7 '* 

Court of Aldermen - Me«'ring8, 13 m 5 /* 
Country Life for Poor ('hildren. I mi 8 s 

Holiday Fund, Annual Itepgrt. 23 a 3/ 

Holidays' Fund. Appeal for Aid. 16 ; 7 « 

Connty Scientific Society for Middlesex, 4)4/ 
OOOBT OI£CULAB:— 

-= — Accession i^^y^ Celebration of, in Sydney, 

23 ; 7 « 
-T — Albany, Duche!<8of, Movenjenis of, 28 ab d 
'-. — Audiences. 21 n Via — 12 «i 1 1 c 
— — Hattenberg, Prince Henry of. Movements 

of, 25; 11./ 

Beatrice. Prince-s, Wedding Present from 

the VVom« n of Bristol. 3 a 1 1 / 

Bii Ulay. 15 „ 9 t 

' Cambridge. Duke of Movements of. 1 wi 1 1 rf 

Appointment of Private Secretary to, 15 



» 7 / 

— Connaught. Duke of. Movements of, 12 m 9 
^— 26 m 9 /'— 7 ; 9 «/ 

3t.ih Birthdny. 3 m 9 rf 

Christening of the Infant Daughter of the 



Duke and Duchess of, 3 in ti / 
— Christian, Prince«s. Notices and Movements 
of, 7 a 10 6—8 ci 9 /— 16 a 9 /— 21 m 9 e— 22 



m 14 6 



Birthday. 26 m 1 1 / 



— Confirmation of Pnnceps Victoria. ^ m 9 e 

— Drawing Koqnis. 3 a II 7—14 «i 13 ii—\ m 
12ei— 12iu U c— 19 m 13r— 21 m 11 a— 22 m 
J4 6—26 w 9 e 

by the vjjueen. 6 ?« 8 a- 7 w 9 /— 8 ni 13 / 

by Princess of Wales, 10 w 9 d 



Oonrt Gircniar (ronttnued), 

Onlers for the Court to go into Mourning for 

the King of Bavaria. 16 ; 9 / 

Privv Council at Windsor, 5 a 9 e—2Gj 8 d 

—28 ; 10 e 

Queen's Accession, Services, 17 ; II / — 19 

; 7/-21 ? 6s 

Birlhday, 21 a 12 a— 24 m 9j—'2o m 9 q 



— Edinburgh. Duchess of, and Family. Move- 
ments of. 6 ni 9 <— 7 m 9 /— 10 m 9 </— lb //• 9tf 

— Germany, Oown Princess of. 23 « 7 f'^Sm 
9 d— 4 w 9 «— 1 1 /w 12 r— 12 w 9 e— 13 //< 9 e 

— I^vee by the Prince of Wales. 14 a 13 a — 

I m 12 rt— 4 m 10 /'— 5 w 5 c— 12 m 1 1 o — 26 m 

II (—29 m 15 6—1 ; 12«— 3/4/— 16; U d— 
23 i 12 ji— 26 i 12 a— 28 i 9 d 

— Lome, Marchioness of, Garden Party, 31 
fli9// 

- Ke^ptipn, 5 ; l\J 



& /— 26 w II r— 81 III 9/ 

Celehrntion of. in Berlin. 25 m 5 c 

in Constantinople. 29 m 14 /* 



MinisteriHl iin<) other Banquets. 31 m 10 a 

(^orunation Day, 48ih Anniversary, 28 j 

lOe-29; 9 / 

Easter* Bounties, 19 a 5 e 

Honours, 1 ; 6 c 

Jubilee. 19 i 7 /— 21 ; 6 e 

Letter to the Editor of Bon Accoi-d, 17 



j7e 

Movements of. 2 « 9 /— 3 a 1 1 /"— 5 n 9 s 

-6« 9e-7a 9 /-8 a 9 /-lOrt 12 a— 12 a 8 
c— 2G a 7 c/— 28 « 6 d -29 a 9 /— 5 wi 1 1 d-6 
m 9«— 7 m lOa-IO m 9 d—i^ m 9«-20 <ii 9 
€—21 in 9^-26 //I 9 ^-28 m 11 d~l / 13 c - 
18;9e-2l ; 6 ri-22 ; 1 1 «/-24 /7« -30i I4c 

to Review the Troops at Aldershot, 18 1 7 / 

a Statesman's Tribute to his C^ueen, 21 / 



8c 



Removal of the Court to Scotland. 27 m 6 s 
— to Windsor. 25 ; 12 6 -26 ; 8 d 
State Balls, 17 /« 9 d— 3 ; 5 e— 6 ; 18 s — 



8 ; 9 ri 

Concerts, 19 ; 1 1 /-24 7 6 a 

— Prince of Wales at Windsor. 14 ; 7 e 
Movements of. 13 « 10 a— 16 a 9 /— 17 a 

J I ,— ;9 „ »» e-20 a 6 /— 20 a 7 d— 1 m 9/— 

25 HI 9 /— 12 7 10 e— 21 ; 9« 

Dinner Party at .Marlborough House, 27 



iw9/ 

— Prince Albert Victor, Notices and Move- 
ments of. 2 a 9 /— 4 iH 10 o— 8 lu 14 e — 10 m 9 
e— 21 m 9e 

Freedom of the City of Edinburgh Con- 



ferred on. 1 6 •! 8 fi 

Prince George of. Movements of, 13 m 5 / 

—22 »« 14 6-28 //* 7 /— 31 mi 8 a— 31 m 9 //— 
4; IOrt-9;9./ 

Wales, Princess of, Movements of , 2 a 9 /* 

— 3 III 9 ii 

— — Princess Louise of Wales, Betrothal of, 26 
M 5 c 

Princess Victoria of. Conflrmation of, 23 a 

7 f 

OOTJET OP COMMON COUNCIL :— 

< hrist's Hospital, » a In d 

Election of a Member tor the Ward of 

Bridge, 19/14 6 

Meetings, 2 a 10 /"— 16 a lOy— 21 m 10 d— 

4> 10«-II /9/ 

St. Bartliolomew. Bethnal Green, 8 in 14^ 

Tower Bridge. 21 m 10 d 

Courtney ( Leonard ) at Bodmin. 15/7 e 
and his Constiti^ents, 19 ; 7 d 

at Liskeard, 1 6 / 7 s 

on Home Rule. 30 a 6 a 

at Saltash, 1 4 ; 6 6 

Coventry-tUigliway Outrage at 13 a 12 a 

29 



n 



Cou 



PALMER^S IWDEX TO ** THB TIMES " MEWSPAPRR. 



[April I t^ 



Conrtown (Lord) on the Occupations of the Peo- 
ple of Ii eland. 2d m S d 
Cowen (Joseph) at Birmingham, 18 j \0 d 
Cowley (H.) on the Coming Election. 17 ; 13 r/ 

Liberal Aasueiations and Home Rule, 28 a 

9f 
Cowper (Lord) on Mr. Forster^s Coercion Act, 

30/ 15 « 
Cozhead (J. J.^ London School Board and School 

Managers, 29 ii 8 4 
Craiiborne (Lord) at Hatfield. 12 / 11 < 
Creagh ^ James) on the Irish Land Question, 11 

»i 16 / 
Credit Company, 19 a II e 
Foncier (Transferred Assets) Company, 19 

a II r 
Creditors' Protection Societies, Note on. WmS f 
Creedy (F.) on Lottery Building Societies, Urn 

6./" 
Crime in France, 8 a 4 /" 

CRIMINAL TRIALS :— 

— - Abercrombie. Ala., for Stealinff, 26 m 6 <? 

Adi«, O. C. v.. for Forgery, 8 m 5 d— 10 m 

12a 
Andre, Helisdore, and others, for Murder, 

24 w 1» c 
Andrews, Henry, for Stealing, 4 ; 13 a— 6 

— ^ Anseele, M., for Treason, 5 ; 9 A 
' Arnold, Wm.. for Forgery, 11 m 1 8 o 

- Backman, (\ R.. for Stealing. 7 m 10 s 
Barf ord, Josiah, for Debtor *s Act Offence, 30 

/lie 

Barker, Wm., for Criminal Assault on a Qirl 

4 Years of age, 1 7 m 7 c 

Barlow, Arthur, a Boy, for Criminal Assault, 

17m 7f 

Bartlett, Adelaide, and Geo. Dyson, for 

Murder, 13 a II c— 14 a 6 6— 15 a 8 /— 16 a 12 
o— 17 a6 a— 19a 4a 

Note on, 20 a 8 ^ 



Bellinger, John, for Manslangliter. 8 a 12 c 

' Bevnon, T. J., for Criminal Assault on a 

Young Girl, 18 m 12 a 

Bone. Wm., for Criminal Assault on his 

Two Daughters, 18 m \2 d 

Bourne, K. 8.. for Forgery, 12 a 7/ 

— Buy, a, for Indecent Assault, 3 j 10 e — Sj 
11 d 

•— — Boyes, W. K., and others, for Counterfeiting 
Trade Marks, 6 a 10 6—7 a 6d 

— Branche, W. F.. for Shooting. 7i 10 s 
Breary, — , for Kape, 18 m 12 a 

«— Bridgeman. John, for llirowing Stones at 

Trains, 30; 16 « 
«^ — Brooks. Hugh, uiint Maxwell, for Murder, 

20 m 5 s— 27 m 5 e~28 m 5 <^— 29 m 14 /— 7 ; 

Bf 
Brown. A. E.. for Murder. 12 m 10 c 

■ James and Arthur, for Burglary. 1 1 ; 4 a 
^— Browne, Arthur, for Assault, 10 w 12 6 
-^— Browne, Henry, for False Registration, 12 

air 
«^> Burns, John, and others, for Sedition and 
Riot. 7 a 6 6->8 a 12 a— 9 a 3 c— 10 a 5^—12 
a7 d 

■ Note on, 13 a 11 / 
30 



Oriminal Trials (continuedy, 

Buck, John, for Stt-aling. 12 m 5 s 

Bunbury. Thos., for Stealing. 20 a 4 / 

(^haniberlain, Geo., for Wilful Damage, 20 

a 4/ 

(^harig. Hyman. for Shooting. 8 ; 10/ 

Chesworth. Mary, for Murder, 12 m 10 r 

(^ark. Wm., for Fraud. 5 m 5 a— 29 / 10 c 

Connelly. A. li., for Libel, 7 ; 10 e 

Ctioney, and 12 other Lad«. for Mutiny oa 

Board the Training? Ship Clm-ence^ 27 ut 7 a 

Cooper. Arthur for Stealing. 30 / 16 e 

Come T. J., for Stealing. 8 ; 4 c 

Crawford. Wm.. for Assault, 19 a 10 « 

CronmireS. H.d/iHS, H. Harrison, for Fraud, 

8 a 1241 

Crowdy, James, for Wounding, 80 / 1 B « 

Davis, James, and another, for Stealing, 1 8 

a lOs 
Day, Fred., and his Wife, for Manslaughter 

of their Child. 20 m 10 a 
Dearsley, M., and another, for Stealing, 1 i 

m 5 « 
De Gaud. De Launoy, and Mrs. Daudelin, 

for Fraud &c.. 9 » 5 rf— 1 8 ; 5 c 

Dobb. W. H., for Gnibezzlement, 5 ; 9 c 

Dormer, Wm., and others, for Conspiracy 

and Fraud. 13 m 10 e 

D irnan, Wm.. for Attempted Murder, 7 m 

10 e 

- Eager, Edw., and others, for Stealing, 26 
7 6r 

Edwards, W. H. and another, for Conspir- 

ing to Defraud. 14 a 6 a — 16 a 3 s— 19 a 10 « 

Feroi, an Arab, for Murder. 8 a 12 d 

Fido, Chas.. for Stealing, 13 a 4 </ 

Foden. Richard, for Criminal Assaolt, 81 

m 6 « 

Fowler. Chaa., for Prand, 21 » 10 rf 

Franks. F. H., a Policeman, for Stealing, 7 

o 6s 

FuisseauK, Alfred de, for Treason, 5 j 9 6— 



10;5c 
Fuller, F. G.,for Robbery with Violence, 30 

; 16 s 
Gibney, Thos., for Rape on a Little Girl, 8 

; 11 d 
Gordon, J. B.. for Stealing. 13 m 10/* 

Hall, James, for Corrupt I'ractice. I7m 7 c 

Halley. G. E.. for Fraud. 7 m lO «-8 f 10/ 

Hamilton. Henry, for Assault. 19 a 10 s 

Harker, Geo., for Stealing, 7 v 6 « 

Hart. Louisa, for Procuring Young Girls 

for Immoral Purposes, 10 a 6 A 
Head, A. W.. for Manliaughter, 8 « 5 r 

He'iketh, Chas., and others, for Burglary, 

9 o II a 

Hewitt, Edw.. for Murder, 25 w 5 e 

Holmex. CIims., for Bigamy, 9 a 3 s 

IlowArd. Kate, for Libel, o mna 

Humphreys, James, for Stealing, 10 j 12 i 

• ' lies. Robt.. for Stealing. 22 a 4 a 

Jeffries, Mary, to Find Fresh Securities, 9 

Jones, R. T., for Supplying False News, 25 

m 12 a 
Judge. Benjamin, for Attempting to Extort 

Money, 9 a 3 e 



JOM 30, IS86.] I-AI.MKr'h index to " TIIK TINKM '" NBW8PA.PKR. 



Cyp 



Mdaal Triftlfl (continued). 
— Kempcon. C. D., for Stealing. 10 n2 r/ 

— Keiidriek, Ja«., and others, for Price Fight- 
iflfric. 9 i 10 </ 

— Lavry, S. M., for Aasaait on a Little Girl, 
S/ll d 

— Lee, Sir Bdw., for Companies Act Oflfence, 

— Lewin, Maurice, for Fraud. 26 ; 6 A— 28 j 4 A 

— Little, Thos.. fur Murder. ^ ml e 

' — • Lowbardi. Mrs., for Murdering her four 
Children. 3 ; « ' 

— Martin. Eliza, for Murder. H /? 12 r 

— M 'Donald, Ann, for Wilful Damage, 8 a i 
6-22 o ft a 

" — Mercier. Euphrasie, for Murder. 6 o 5 'j—T 
a 5 f -8 a 5 r— 9 n 5 A— Ml a 7 A— 12 uhb 

Milner Alice, for Awault. 29 in 12 e 

Morris. Wni., for Forgery, II m i8 A 

Most. Johann, for UiDt, il m a « — 28 m h d 

-29 n 14 /— 8f 5 6 
— - Mulder. J. B., for Wounding. 8 « 4 A 

Niblett, Kliz.. for Libel, &c.. 7 m 10 e 

- — Nichols, Jane, for Murder. 31 «» G « 

— Nienwenhuis, Dotnela. for Trenson, 11 ;10f 
• Norninn, Kdw., for Libel. 29 / 10 ^ 

Norton, Kabt., for Corrupt Practices, 10 m 

10/ 

Nott, Saml.. for Forgery, 6 we 5 A -29 / M)rf 

^— O'Connell, Patrick, and others, for Assault* 

ing the Police. 1 1 / 4 a 

Owen, Wm. for Stealing. 13 m 6 e 

Palmer, A. H., for Forgery, 29 ; 10 rf 

Penryne. Francis, for F'raud. 5/9 e 

Petticjin, Kobt.. and others, for Burglary, 

25« 4 A 
- — Phillips. Isaac, for Criminal Assault upon a 

Young (zirl. 1 7 m 7 r 

— Probert, Jos., and 14 other Men, for Riot, 
28iM8r 

■ — Ray, O. E.. for Forgery, 1 1 »n 1 1 6 
^— Res, F. 8., for MHiiolHUghter. 3 / 10 « 

Richards, ("ban., and another, for Burglary, 

6 in 5 A 

Ru8S(>ll. W. C. for Seduction. 10 w 12 a 

— Ryan, John, and another, for Manslaughter, 
20 IN 12 a 

Sanderson, Herbert, for Maiming a Race- 
horse, 8 a i> A 

Sasse. John, for SteHlinfr, 9 o 8 e 

■ Shurmer. Jos., for Criminal ANsault on his 

Young Daughter, 24 m 7 i* 

Smith, Atfhton. for Wiltid Danisge, 9 / 10 rf 

Kmma. for Bi<iamy. M m K « 

James, for CriiuinHl Assault on a Young 



GirL 18 m 12 d 

John, for Stealing. 13 /n 10 / 

for Wounding. l3/i* 10 / 



— Sorel. Col., for Preparing False Balance 
Sheets, 28ni 10 / 

— bpooner, Robt., and another, for Stealing, 
24 ; 4./ 

— Steer. H. L.. for Fraud l3/i 4 // 

— Stevens. Robt., for Ste ding. 9 /» 3 e 

— Stiebtd. Edw., for Asnnult 15 m 14 r 

— Stroulger, John, for t'lorrupt Pracii<»e.H, 8 m 
9/~n IS IJ 6 



Orlminal Triali {continued), 

— Sutton. Isaac, aud another, for Stealing, 8 

a BA 
Tavlor. Mnry. for MurdeTi 27 m 7 a -^29 m 

9i» 

— Theobald. W. J., for Manslauiditer, 12 m 7 <; 
TouHsaiiit. Doraio, for Attempted Murder 

and Robbery. <> m 7 e— 3 ; 10 « 

Tri^r({<i. .innieA. and another, for Debtors' 

Act Olfence. 10 M 12 a 

Tuc ker W. S.. for Fraud, 4/136 

— - Tun well. A. J., for FrMTgery, fi w 3 « 

— VandeismiHiien. Gustav, for Murdering his 
Wife. I /7A-2/ 6rt-3; 5 h 

— V'i'iler. .hog., for Wounding, 27 m 12 h 

Vincent. Tlios., for Manslnughfer. 7 ; 10 s 

Warren. CUas.. for Arnault. 19 a 10 s 

Wax ham James, for Eoihczxlement, 18 m 

12 r/ 

Whelan. James, for Murder. 10m 10 /" 

— \V iggi-r. C. E., for Corrupt Practices, 10 m 

10 f'-W m [\ h 

Williams, Edwin, for Fraud and Forgery, 



20 w 10 It 

WiUon. Geo., for Attempting to Upset t 



Train, « </ 8 a 
— Wisker M. H., ft»r Thrt*at8. 7 m 10 e 
Wood Wm., for Korg»ry, &c., 6 la 7 / 

WocMlhall. Robt.. for Attempted Rape on a 

C^blM Eight Years of Age. 31 m 6 e 

Young. Mary for Steahng. 10/12 d 

Crinp (Fred.) on the Shop Houis Regfulition Bill, 

92 a 9 /• 

Croke ( Abp.) and Mr. Gladstone, 6m b f 

Crop Mud Stock rrositectM. 2 a 8 a— 10 a 6 /— 
17 .1 10 r— 24 a 4 i -2i> n 12 «— 8 m 7/r— 22 m 
7 r — 28 wj 3 A— 25 / 3 d 

Croos (Sir R.) in LancMsbire, 80 a 6 c 

Address lo his Klec»urs. -*2 i 11/ 

Crossley (Job ) and .'•ons .Limiied), 26 / 13/ 

('rosihwaite (C. H. T.) on Mr. Bernard and 
I'Urmab. 8 w/ <> A 

Crown Life Assurance Company, 6 1st Annual 
Report. 2fi/ 14 6 

Ciutchley (Lt W. C.) Lecture on Armed Mer- 
chant Steamers. 5 fi 10 e 

Crystal Palace, Admissions, gee each day*s paper 

(^oncerts, 1 2 a 6 /* 

Fireworks at, 21 iw 9 / 

Good Friday at, 24 m 6 / 

Liszt Concert at. 12 rr 8 A 

Mr. Mann*8 Benefit C^oncert, 10 m 10 c 

- Royal Visit to, 28/4/ 

Saturday Evening Fetes, 14 / 12 A 

Visit of the Colonial and Indian Repreaent- 

atives to, 25 » 10/ 
of the Prince and Princess of Walea to, 7 

/6 6 
Cuba, New Loan. 1 3 m 5 c 
Cunard Steamship Company, Annual Meeting, 

1 a86 
Currency Question, \9 a \\ f 
Currie (E. U.) on the Beaumont Trust Scheme* 

11 ; 1UC 
Cyclone at Deal, \hj^f 
Cyprus, English Church in, 21 m 9 a 

9 ai 



Dai 



PALMBB's WDEX to " THE TIMES ** NEWSPAPER. 



[April I lo 



D. 
Dairy Fanners* Conference at Derby, 9 ; 11 0— 
10;6/— li:;12/ 

Produce, Imports, 16 a 10 e— 18 m 9 e— 17 

jlOe 
Dale (R. W.) on the Representation of Birming- 
ham, 29 / 6 r 
Dulhuusk* (Lady) Reoepton, 27 m 5 e 
Dardanelles, the Forts of the, I a 00 
Daren th Imbecile Asylum and School, Annual 

Visit to, 14 7 6 /• 
Darieellng Company, 5 in 13 d 
Darlington Steel and Iron Company, 14/11 c 
Darnley (Lord) 011 the Iri^^h Land Purchase, 8 

Daubeney (T.) Health of the Troops at Assouan, 

30 ; 4 (i 
Daurtsey Trust, ]o n7 f 
Davey (Sir Horace) on Educational Endowments 

22 m5c/ 
Davis (Eugene) on Home Rule. 2 j 5 a 

— (Jefferson) on the Labour Question, \0m9d 
Dflwkius (W. B.) on a Liberal Protest against 

the Irieh Bills, 21 n 6 / 

Deaf and Dumb. Education of, 28 m 12 6 

Deal. Cyclone at, 15^9/ 

Death. My»terio(is, of Policeman Ellison, near 
Newcastle. 9 9 6 e 

PS1TH£:— In consequence of the Hegismr 
General hHving n complete Alphabetical List 
from 1837, or all Deaths in the Hriti8h Domi- 
nions, as also of all Britihh Subjects Dying 
abroad, which can be inspected at 11 ny time at 
theOffice in ^(>lue^^et House, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
vertised in the Times 

m Adert. iVl. Jacquc'.«<, 10 ; 10 6 

— Andrews. S. P., 10 / 10 e 

Asm, a. a., 6 a \0 h 

Auldjo, John, 18 m 10 /'— 18 w 9 e 

— Auspitz, Professor Henry, i«i m 9 f 

Baker. Aid. Sir Tho«.. I » r« 6 / 

•— Balfour, Alex.. Funeral of, 22 a9 f 
— >- Bardsley, Kev, .lames. 21 w 9 / 

Barhani, Rev. \L 11. D.. 3«) a 7/ 

— ^ Bavaria. Kiiijf of. Notice about, \6j 0/ 
— — Bellamy-Gordon. Hon. Mrs., 6 j 10 d 
-^— Blundu£F. ('ount. 13 ei 5 e 

hlyth, Rev. Wm.. 14>7 / 

Boiieau. Paul, \i 3 5 d 

•-» Buyer, M. Leon 6 m 6 e 

-^ Boyle, Hon. Rev. R. C, 2 a \0 d 

Brereion, Rev. S., 24 a fi /" 

— -~ Camden. Marchioness. Funeral of, 5 d 9 s 

— Cat«tries, Due de. 21 a 9|<-23 « 4 /* 

— Chiiloner. Tom, the Jockey, Ha Id b 

— ('hambonl, Comte«se de. Funeral of, 5 o 0/ 
— -- Chanuea. M. Gabriel. 19 a G / 

■ ■' Funeral of. 2o a 5 a 

• Cheediam, John, 20 /» 6 e 

Childers. Lt. F. C. E., 31 w fie 

Correction, Major, not Lt., 3; 7 d 



Cockerell, Andrew, 23; lly 

. Colhn. EdivanI, T6 a 4 f 

Cooper, .-^ir W. VV.. 4/ C / 

^^^^. Funeral of, 7 / y d 
42 



Deaths {continued). 

Cook, Paul, 6 TO 6 e 

Cotterill. Rt. Rev. Dr., 17 a 10 s 

Darier, Elise, 21 a 9 e 

Daubigny, M. Karl, 28 m 8 c 

David, M. Ernest, 24 / 6 s 

Da.idson. A., 8 a 10 / 

Davis. Judge Davis, 28 / 5 fc 

Devaux. Jules, lOj 6 « 

Edmonds, Rich., 6 a 6 « 

Edwards, Sir Henry. 24 a 5 /* 

Thos., the Banff Naturalist, 28 a 6 « 

Emeris, Lt.-Col. John, 13 m 6 6 

Farnborough, Lord, (Sir Thos. Erskine May) 

18 m 10 a 

Funeral of, 20 m 9 s— 22 m 14 6^25 si 10 



a— 26 /A 9 

Sermon, 25 m 10 A 

Memorial Window to, Ij&J 

Note on, 27 m 13 c 



— Finlay, A. S., 14j 7/ 

— FitzAdam, J. Thos., 22 a 9/ 

— Forster. Rt. Hon. W. E., 6 a 11 a 

Funeral of, 7 a 9 y— 8 a 10 f-^\0 a 12 6 

— 12 a 8 a 

Notices about, 9 a 9 6—19 a 5 e 

Service at Westniinster Abbey. 12 a 8 a 

and the London Working Men's Aasocia* 



tion, 22 a 9 /■ 

— Frere, M. Edounrd. 28 m 8 e 

— Frommann, Herr, 8 ; 1 d 

— Fulford. M»jor. 10 / 10 « 

— George, H ugh, 20 m 6 e 

— Gibson, Rev. Henry, 29 a 7 « 

— Gordon, David, 7J6d 

— Gordon- Bonaparte, Son of Napoleon I., 27 
m \\j 

— Gray. Major-Gen. Wro., \S a b c 

— Greer, Lt.-Gen. 11. H., \ a 6 n 

— Hamilton. Lord Charles, 5 m 8 e 

— Hartley, James, 25 m 10 A 

— Haviland- Burke. Edmund. 23 > 11/ 

— Heilbronn, Mdlle. Marie, 2 a 10 r/ 

— Herbinger, CoL, 27 m 10 «— 28 mi 6 s 
Funeral of, 29 m d 



— Hobart Pasha, 2198a 

Notice about, 24 ; 5 s —29 f 5 

Hodgkinson, Sir G. E., 1 // 6 a 

Holkar, the Mahratta Chief, 21 ; 6 6 

Home, Douglas, the Medium, 23> 7 c 

Horton. Kev. Gi W.. \'6 w H b 

Hughes, H. Pearse, 15 a 11 6 

Gen. T. E., 25 m 10 ^ 



— Isabey, M. Eugene, 28 n 6 « 

— Ismail Pasha, the Ex- Khedive, the Mother 
of, 28 ; 5 / 

— Jewitt. Llewellyn, 19 7 7 / 

— Johnson, Sir W. G„ 12 a 6 a 

— KaliMch. Dr. Isadore, 27 to 10 « 

— Kellner, Sir G. VV., 14 ;' 7/ 

— Kelly, John, Hi 5 h 

— Kletke, Dr. Hermann, 6 to 6 

— Lands borough, Wm., 3 ; 7 d 

— Leake, Sir L. S.. 5 m 8 s 

— Lewis, Surgeon- Major T., io m HJ 
Dr. Dio. 24 TO 9/ 



Long, Wm., 20 a 7 c 



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Detthf (rontiHued). 

LittruMT, Lt. Field-Marshal Francis von, 6 

' Llaellyn. Raymond, 2'^ i Be 

Notes on. 29 / H r— 30 j 15/ 

Lrjw, Sampson, 20 q 1 a — 21 a 9 e 

Maedonald. .Major-it en. J. M., 27 m 10 e 

Maharajah, Holkar. 18 j 7 / 

Mardochee. iiabbi. S m 10 / 

Manh, M. J., a Waterloo Veteran, 12 / 8 d 

Mason, Dr. FrHnci;-, 9/11 / 

Maxiretl, *^ir \V m.. 30 ; 1 1 d 

M'AuaUne Kev. D., 26 H b 

M'ljaren, Duncan, 27 a 9 / 

Melons. Profejiftor, 26 a 8 /" 

— Meysenburtc. Baron Otto von. 9 o 10 a 

Michel i'ieia- Marshal Sir John, 25 m 10 6 

Michelia, Dr. F., 10 / 10 f 

— Miles, John, 8 m 10/ 
Moller. Dr. von, 26 a 7 « 

Molyneax, Hon. F. G., 26 m 9/ 

Moore, liev. E. J., Hj 7/ 

Kev. Rich., 20 a 7 e 



- Moran, Hon. Benjamin, 23fUf 

' Mould, Major-Gen. T. K., 16 ; 5 « 

- Mauipore, Maharajah of, S j 7 d 

- Musfvratt, James, 8 m lO / 

- Norbury, R.. lo m 9 f 

- Norfolk, Dowager Duchess, Funeral of, 1 
9/^ 

- Nottebohm, Baron, 8 m 6 s 

- Noye?i, J. Humphrey, 25 m 9 s 
' Oilier, Kdmund. 2S a A / 

' Ornsby, Rev. Geo., 20 a 7 c 

- Note on. 27 a 10 b 

■ pMttiiMn, Wm., 14 a 1 a 
• Fauler, Dr.. 1 m 11 c 

the Emperor of Austria Attends the 



Funeral of, 5 /« 7 6 
— Pearson, Mr. Justice. 14 w II b 
Funeral of, 18 w 9 €—19 mile 



6 e 



Feiirhyn, Lord, 1 ci 6 a 

— Notice abiiut. 10 a 6 6 
Perle. General, Sand 
Perrott, Sir K. G. L., 10 ; 10 s 
Pichat, Laurent, 14/5 d 
Pitman, Capt. Samuel, 19 a 5y 
Pitiman. Jusiali, 29 a 7 e 
Potter, Rich., 9/11/ 

Puttkanier, Lt.-Gen. Baron von, 80^ 9 6 
Ranke, Leopold von, 24 m\i d 
Redesdale, Lord, 3miia 

— Funeral of, 6 m 1 2 s— 6 m 9 e— 7 m 9/ 
Reil, Louis, the Widow of, 27 m 5 s 
Rendshaw, Thos. (Charles, 28 m 1 a— 31 m 



. 'J # 



Renson, M., 12 a 6 « 

Ritter. Theodore, 8 a 5 e 

Robinson. Sir W. R., 28 <f 6 s 

liowsell, Joel, 26 ; 1 6 

RuaseU. Rev. Lord W., 7 a 10 6 

Ryan, Father A. J., 19 m 12 e 

Salmon, Rear- Adm., 8 m 10/ 

Samsoe, (^ount Danneskiold, 6 a 10 6 

Saulie, M. H. L. du. 8 m 10 / 

Scindia, Maharajah of Gwalior, 21^9 e— 28 



Deatha {^continued) 

SchefiPel. Victor von. 12 a 5 « 

Seeley, Robt. Benton. 1 ; I b—Sj 7 d 

Server Pacha, 12 » 7 d 

— • Shaftesbury, Lord, 20 a 6 f 

Sharps, Rev. Watson. 8 m 10 /* 

Simunin, M. Louis, 16 ; 5 e 

Sinclair, R. 11., 7/ 6 if 

— Skcen, Deputy Surjreon-Gen.. 18 a 6 & 
Smissen. Madame van der, 22 a 5 a 

Funeral of, 26 a S f 

Solly. Edw.. 6 a 10 6 

Sparre, Count G. A.. 28 a 6 • 

Sprunt. Jr«.. 4 ot 8 c 

Stannard. Gen. G. J., 29 ; 9 s 

Stephenson, Jas.. 5 ; 14 s 

Stem. Kev. Dr. H. A., 15 m 1 * 

Stock. Dr. Frederick, 20 a 7 c 

Stock mar, Dr. E. von, 8 « 10 /" 

Stusrt, Sir Alexander, 17 ; 10 6 

Funeral Sermon, 21 76/ 



— Swords, Msjor-Gen. Tlios., BalOd 

— Taylor. Sir Henry, Funeral of , 1 a 9 / 

— Temple, Christopher, 81 m 6 « 

— Tennyson, Hon. Lionel, 27 a9 f 

— Theodores. Professor, 30 a 7 / 

— Thompson, Major-Gen. J. H., 23 a 4 / 

— Tottenham, Chas., Ai6 f 

— TrafiFord, Sir H. de. 6 m 6 e 

— Trani. Count di. I4i 7 / 

— Trench, Abp.. Funeral of, I a 9 /"— 3 a 10 a 
Rev. F. C. 6 a 10 6 



Trevanion, Mrs., Sister of Laily Burdett* 

Coutts. IH m 10/ 

Trevelyan, Sir Chas., 21 j 7 a 

Turner. Gen. John, 14 a 12 c 

Tyrwhitt, K. P., 28 ; 1 1 /" 

Vane, Sir H. M.. 23 a 4 / 

Verner, Sir W. E. H.. \bj 10 « 

Vivian, Lord, 27 a 9 / 

— Von lianke. Leopold, Funeral of, 27 m 5 <l 

Waity, Geo., 26 w 10 /*— 27 m 10 e 

Wales, T. E.. 19 m 12 s 

Walker, Colour-Sergeant Chas., 21 m 9 /* 

Walpole, Col. H., 21 a 9 • 

Want Gen. D.. 10 ; 10 s 

Webbe, H. R., 12 m 10 e 

Welsh. John, 12 a 5 e~13 a 6 c 

Wermann. (^ol.. 7 o 10 6 

Westmorland. Dr. Arthur, 18 m 6 6 

Whipple. E. P.. 18; 7/* 

Williams. Edward, 15 jf 5 J 

Wilmot. Vice-Adm. A. P. E., 7 a 10 6 

Wombwell, Col., 24 ; 6 s 

Wood. E. H.. 12 a 6 a 

Yeaman, James, 12 a 6 a 

Zaleski, Bohdan, 6a lOA^ISa Re 

Debenham and Freebody, on Postal Differential 

Kates, 5 a 8 c — 5 m 6J 
Debenture Corporation, 19 tf 1 1 r— 26 / 13 /* 
Dee~ Meeting of River Dee Company, 15 a 9 / 
Defries Safety Lamp and Oil Company, 16 a 11 

6 — 17 a 18 6 
Deioo Tea Company, 9 ; 1 1 c 
Delta, Discovery in the, 18 7' 18 a 
Denison (G. A. ) on the Second Reading of thtf 



u<.. 



I^t.l^ Uill I 7 



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[April 1 Up 



Depression in Trade Commission, Meetings, 6 m 

Derby (Lord) at Liverpool. 30 ; 12 a 
Detliridge (Frank) on a Public Park for Hammer- 
smith, 2tsu il f 
DeTizes Castle. 29 m \'S e 
Devonshire Club, House Dinner, 20 m 9 c 
Dhuleep Singh. Movements of, 22 a 1 1 c — 24 a 

10 «— 30 a 9 / 
Sale of bis Effects in Suffolk, 26 a 4 •— 5 m 

6r 
Diamond Trude at Antwerp, 2/116 
Dilke (Sir (Mims.) on the Irish Questk)n, 6 a 9 < 

at Chelsea. 9 / \2J 

»— at QuetMrri P»iik. 22 ; 1 1 e 

at the Kidinj; School. Fulham Koad, AmHa 

Dillon (F.; on Linht and Water Colour, l4ri 16a 
DiiKressn Inspectors, Annual Meeting of, H;96 
Diplomatic News. 1 a ^J—b a 9 s— SO a 6 e— 26 

//*9€-3/ 9./ 
Discharged Prisoners. Charity for, 27 a 7 d 
Dia-establi»linient in Scotland, 18 j 7 e 
Distillers Company. 18 / \'I d 
Dividends, Banknspt, see every lVednesday*$ 

and SuturduyU paper 
m\0BO£00UKT;>- 

Allen V, Allen, 5/7./ 

Brocklehank v. Brocklebank, 1 ; 5 e 

Brodribb v. Brodribb and >VaU, 5 m 4y->l2 

m b e 

Brooke v. Brooke. \ t ij 

Bullr. Bull. 8; 10 d 

Oaven v. Ciftren and Pakenhsm. 3 f \0 d 

Crawford v, v:rawfor(l and Dilke, 22 a G / 

— 1 m 13 /— 4 mSC' 20 m 6 6—9 j 10 d-~\2j 
12 /'-17 ; 10 rt 

Davenport ». Davenport. 10 ; I3d 

Forrester v. Forrester and Comer, 6i 9 / 

Garner i;. Garner, a a A d 

Uearnden v. Uearnden and Mecrow, 29 m 

Id 

Howartb v. Howarth. 11 /3c 

Howe r. How«. I / 5 r 

Huyshe v. lluyshe, \0 i I'd d 

Lewis V. Lewis, 6 u 4 // 

Maskell v. Maskell and Cooper, 28 / 4 6 

Mockler v, Mockler, Bryer, Finnigan, 

Williams and La Place. 2 q 3 c 

Nortliover ». Nortbt)ver, 4 / 4 <r 

Plowman v. Plowman. 28 m 4 6 

Shore r. Shore, 14 a 6 a 

Smiih i;. Smith and Hyde, 30/ 20 a 

Thornton v. Thornton. 8 a 4 a — 15 a S d 

Thynne v. Thyune and Defelier, 26/ 6 A 

Wosfern v. Western Hod others. 28 »i 4 a 

Wesiropp r. Weatropp, 18 ;n 11 e 

WiUdon V, Wilsdon, G a 4 i 

Divorce I^aw in France. 15 i 7 e 

Dobson (W. L.) Lecture on Tasmania. 13 m 4 / 

DOCKS: — 

Bute. 4 w 10 rt 

— ^ Dry Dorks ('orpomtion of London, 30 a 11 d 

East and We«t India, 2iiJ 13 o 

Koyal Albert, 24 a 10 e 

Blasting at. 2G r/ \() h 

State of shares ui (^ompanies, t*fi. pvtrif 

fiojf's pttpet 



Docks (covtinued), 

lilbury Deep- Water, Opening of, 19 a »^ 

—20 a 9 / 

Note on,2\aAd 

Dockyanl Adminbtration. 29 m 6 e — 5 9 5 e 
Dog- Kennel Club Dog Show, at the Weatminster 
Aquarium, 29 / 6y— 30 / 16 e 

Bull- Dog Show at Aquarium, 27 m 7 a 

Pererborough Hound Show, 21 i 4 d 

Police Notice. 25 «» 10 e— 23 / 7 d 

Pvg lX)g Show at the Weataiinster Aquar- 
ium. 4 / 15 e 

Dug Show at Brussels. 24 m 1 1 e/ 
Domestic Grates Note on, 14 la 12 a 
Dooars Tea C'ompany. 20 m 1 1 c/ 
Doom Dooma Tea C Company. 20 m 11 a 
Doomsday Book. Royal Historical Society Pre* 
paring to ('elebrate 8(K)th Anniversary of, 19 a 
8 6-24 M 6r-27in6<:^— 8/ 11 </— ll>9/ 
Dorpfeld (Wm.) on Mycen»and Tiryns, 29iii6 a 
Dorsetshire, Church Extension in, 19/8/ 
Douulas (Bp. for Zululand) on Baptism and 
Polygamy. 19 m 6 a 

on Zululand. 11 i» 6 a 

Doyle (H. E.) on an Important AcquiaitioQ for 

tlie National Gallery of Irekind, 20 a 8 6 
Drainage of Lake Copiaa. 14/6/ 
Dramatic and Musical Sick Fund, Atmireraary 

Dinner. 20 a 7 d 
Dresdnought (Lord) on Side Armour m Shipe of 

War. 1G» 12 6 
*'the Dream of St. Jerome,'* Notea on^ 16 j 12 6 

- 28.1 13 /» 
Druids, Order of, Annual Seaaiou, 16 / 9 J — 17 

Hid 
Dualism of Auatria and Hungary, Note on, 16 a 

15 o 
Duhhn University, 28> 9 6 
Dudley (Ix>rd) Sevres. 29 m 9 e 
Duel between French Journalists in Paris, 26 a 5 
/— 4 , H)d 

M Kochefort and M^Porulis, SmHd 

Dulwich College, Founder's Day, 22 / 8 e 
Dunn (Patrick, the Dynamttard) Liberation of» 

15 a 10 r/ 
Dunraven (Ix>rd) Health of, 21 ; 4 /* 
Durant (J. C.) on the Stepney Election Petitioi^ 

15 a 10 e 
Dutch East Indies. 24 w 6 e 
Dwellings of the People, Note on, 22 m 7 6 
Dynamite KxpK>sion in Westminster Hall, Penr> 

sion to Serjeants Ci>le and t^oz, 22 a 6 /* 

Tarty, Pa«t and Pienent, 24 a & a— 29 a 7 e 



E. 

Knglt} Inanrance Company. 1 a II ^ 
EarUwood A8>lum, Annual Court. 30 a 6/ 

:VMh Anniversary Festival, 12 a 4 6 

Earihqnake Shocks in Sicily, 20 m 5 e 

- in America. \ij%f 

in Asia Minor, 7./ 6 6 

East End Emigration Fund Stranded, Note on, 

22 m 8 h 

Hospital for Children, Annual Dinner, 20 

mile 

I Present of Toys from the Princess V. M. 

of Tcc.i, 3 y 7y 



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E»9t End Industrial Exhibition, 10 m 6/— 24 m 

London Church Fund. 25 m 9 / 

Eftstbourne. LiberHls at. Note on, 23 / 6y 

and the Queen 8 ; \i) o 

£aater Day, 20 a 8 c 

Holiday Atna?ement8, 27 o 9a 

Mondny at Hawarden. 27 a 7 f 

Traffic on the Memey. 28 a 1 2 6 

Eastern and Anglican Churches, 2 a 1 1 / 

Crisis, Note en. 24 a 10 <r 

and Greelc Crisis. I a 5 a— 2 a 5 a— 6 a 6 a 

—6 m 5 a^7 n 6 a^B m 5 a— 9 a 5 a— 10 a 7 a 

— 12 a 5a>13a6a— 14 a 7 ct— 16 a 5 a- 17 
a 7 o— 19 a 3 a— 20 a 5 a— 21 a 5 ct— 22 ct 5 a 
'23 a 3 a— 24 a b a— 26 a 8 a -27 a 8 a— 28 
a 6a 29 a 5a — 80 a 5 a — 1 m 7 a~3 m 5 a — 
4 m 5 a — 5 m 7 a — 6 in 5 a — 7 w 5 a — 8 m 9 a 
— 10iii5 a— 11 m 7 a— 12 m 6 a~l3m5a~ 
14 m oa — to m 7 a — 17 mo a — IH m6 a -19 m 
7 a— 20 m 5 a— 21 m 5 a— 24 m 5 a— 25 m 5 a 
—26 m 5 a— 27 m 6 a -31 m 5 a— 1 ; 13 a— 2 
JQ tt— 8; 6 c— 4 j5 a— 5 j 9 c— 7> 6 c— 12 ; 7 

rf— 14i6c 
^— and the Anglican Churchea, \ ab d 
^~ Conference at Livadia, 21 a 6 a 
Demobilization in Greece Commenced^ 26 

» 5 a 
Firman Appointing Prince Alexander 

Goremor of Eastern Koumelia, 8 a 5 a— 27 a 

3 o— 3 mba 
Fighting on the Frontier, 22 m 9 a— 24/5 

a — 25 m 5 a 

— • and the French Intervention, 1 7 m 5 a 
Negotiations on the Colloetire Note of the 

Great Powers, 23 a 3 a— 26 a 3 a 
Text of the Eastern Roumelian Agreement 

as Approved by the Conference, 15 a 5 a 
Turco-Bulgarian Convention, 5 a 5 a- -6 a 5 

a — 7 a 5 a ~8 a 5 a — JO a 7 a — 13 a 5 a 
Ecclesiastical Appointments. Bee Clbrical 
Eclipse, English Expedition to Observe, 8 a 9 y 
Edinbnrgh, Royal Visit to, 6 m 6 s 

Bishopric of, 19 ; 7 c 

Diocese of, 2 ; 10 <t 

International Exhibition, ses Ixtbhna- 

TIOIIAI. 

— University, 22 a 7/ 
EDUOATIOK:— 

Appointments 27 im 10 c 

— a Belgian Authority on Schooling, 1 9 16 c 
of the Blind, 28 m 12 c 

Charity Commissioners and Technical Educ- 
ation, 5/76 

Commission on, 8 a 9 s— 15 a 9 / — 16 a 10 

^—20 a 5 /— 5 m 7 c~12 m 9 d& s~13 m^d 
—20 m 7 e— 22 m 5 </— 26 m 1 1 5—27 m 9 4—28 
SI 4y— 8 7 6 rf— 10 ; 8 «— 16> 6 rf— 11 j 9/— 24 
;7€ 

of the Deaf and Dumb, 28 m 12 6 

— Dauntsey Trust, 15 a 7 / 

Educational Stock faking. 28 a 12 c( 

— Lord Hartington on Technical, 20 si 5 c 
— - Higher, in Wales, 15 a 5 / 

London School Board, Election Expenses, 

U m 16 a 
f— < — and School Managers, 26 m 10 e 



Education (ronttnued). 

London School Board, Note on. 29 m 8 </ 

Exhibition of Drawings, by the Scholars 

of, Ac. 3 / 9 / 

Weekly Meetings, 2 a 10 c- 9 a 9 6—16 

a 8 c— 21 m \0d-2Sm 13 a— 4/5 6— 11 iAd 
-26 J 6 r 

Sir Lyon Play fair on, 17 w 9y 

Ix>rd Hipon on, 177 9 /' 

lloraan Catholic, 10 ; 7 d 

in Scotland. Meeting of the Council, 2 a 8 a 

Singular School Board Election at Oping- 

ton Kent, 1 / 7 c 

Trade Schools. 16 a 10 6 

Union of Elementary Teachers, 30 o 6/ 

in Wales, 10 / 9 / 

Edwards (A. B.) on the Boulak Museum, 14 7 3 s 
EGYPT: — 

Army, the Reorganization of, 17 * 12 a 

Battle of Ginnis, Note on, 17 m 7 J 

the Bouiak Museum, Note on, 14f 8 a 

British Forces in, 7 a 10 i< 

Troops in, 17 ; 10 rf 

Claims of the Ismail^s Family, 7)5 c — 14 ; 

5 a— 23 ; 7 f 

Courts in, 10/ 6d 

Daira Scandals, 1 m 5 e 

Discovery of Petroleum in, 12 a 5 /* 

Exploration Fund— "Pliaraoh^s House ia 

Tahpanhe8,*M8 /18 a 

Fighting in the lledjaz State, 25 m 5 c 

Finances, 9 a 10 s— 16 a 10 c— 29 a 5 <i— 2 

i 5 r— 3 m 6 c 

Financial Convention, 19 a 5 d 

and France about the Family of Sheikh 

Suleiman, 25 m 5 «— 31 m 5 e 

Freed Women Slaves in Cairo, 14 m 13 ef 

of the Troops at Assouan, Note on, 80 

jAd 

Health of. Note on. 1 1 m 5 < 

Miscellaneous News. 3 m 5 6 

Mummies— Uobandaging of the Mummy of 

Rameses II., and Discovery of the Mummy of 

Kameses II L, 25 7 8 e 

New Loan, 17 a 12 6 

Petroleum in, 24 a 7 s 

Public Debt, 2 a 5 6 

Sepoys at Gildessa, 28 a 5 s 

— ^ and the Soudan, 1 a 5 6 — 2 a 5 6 — 6 ab d 
—7 a 5 (^—10 a 7 6—13 a 10 </— 14 a 7 6—16 a 
5 6—17 a 7 fr— 21 a 5 a— 22 a 5 s— 23 aSe^ 
26 a S c— 27 a 3 6-1 m 7 r— 3 m 5 6—4 mbe 
—5 m 7 a— 6 m 5 a— 7 m 5 6—10 m 5 6—13 m 
5 c— 17 m 5 «!— 18 m 5 c— 19 m 7 6—24 m 6 c^ 
2b mb 6—27 m 5 r— 28 m 5 </- 29 m 9 6—31 m 
5 s— 1 ; 13 fl— 3 7 5 d— 7 ; 5 c^S 7 5 a— 9 jbd 
— lOiSc- 11/ 10«— 12 7 7 a— 14 J 5 a— 15; 
8/— 16i5 6— 18/5 6— 19> 7 c— 21/5 0— 23 
7 7 t— 24 7 6 r— 25 7 9 e-28 > 5^-29 > 6 c 
and the Soudan, 29 / 4 e 

Steam Fire Float for, 21 a 9 e 

Suakio, British Evacuation of, 17 m 5 c 

News from, 20 m 5 6 



Wol£F (Sir H. D.) and the Mukhtar Pasha, 

I0m5s 
Eighty Club, Dinner. 9; 6 6 
■ Note on, 15 7 6 d 

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[April I to 



Klcciion Expenses. 17 a 12a--?0OT l(.e_81 « 7/ 
Election General. Addresses of Candidates. &c 

17 jOfi-KS ; lOti— 19; i'id-23fdd ' 
ArraiigL*ment9 for, 2o ; 14 q 

Mr. \V. Arthur's Advice to the Yorkshire 

Electors. 80; 10 c 

to Methodist Voters, 30 / 18 « 



Biographies of Candidatos. '25 i 5a— 30 J 5 a 

Candidates and the Caucas, Note on, 16; 76 

List of. 25 ; 6 a 

an Excellent Example, Note on, 20 m S b 

Fenian Manifesto. 11 ; » / 

Handy Atlas and Poll Book. 29 j 9 d 

and Irish- Americans, Note on, SO ; 12 6 

Letters. &c., 14 ; 6 e/— 15 ; 3 c— 16? 6 a— 17 

;6a-23;9rf 

Manifesto of the Lancashire Unionists. 16 

/6a 

Meetings, 14 i 6 d— 15 / 3 «--16 i* 6 a- 17 / 

6 6-18>10a— 19; 12 e -22 ; 11 /-2Si'9d 
—28 ; a 

Nominations and Polling Days, 29 / 7 rf-30 

iio« 

Notes on the Coming, 17 ; \S d 

" Omen of Happy Augury " 24 > 12 d 

and the Primrose League, 14^7/ 

Biots at Unionists Meetings >- Death of a 

Candidate. 28 ; 6 c 

Notes ahout, 28 / 6 d— 29 j 6 c 

Lord Salishury's Advice, 80/ 10 e 

Scottish. 29 i 9 « 

Ulster Liberal Unionist Committee's Ad- 
dress. 29 J 7 r 

United Kingdom Alliance's Manifesto, 16 / 

9/ 

Uncontested, 29 ; 7 d 

Election Petitions, Norwich, I a 6 rf— 20 a 12 d— 

22 a 1() / 
Ipswich, 1 a 6 /— 2 a 10 c 

— Kennuigton, 5 al f 

Stepney, 1 a\f 

Notes on, 16 a 10 <t— 16 a 5f—l7 a 10 e 

ELECTIONB :- 

Aberdeen, 11 ; 10 6—26 ; 7/ 

Aberdeenshire, 10 ; 7 <?— 11 j 10 6—17 ; 6 r 

— 18i 10 e— 26/7/ 

Anglesey, 3 / 9 f—lBj 7 d— IS ; 10 e 

Antrim, 28 / 6 6 

Argyllshire. 19 7 8* 

Armagh. Mid, 1 1 ; 10 6 

Ashton-under-Lyne. 8 ; 10 « 

Anton Manor, 16)7 d— 22 / 11 «— 28 i 6 a 

Ayr^Burghs, 25 / 10 * 

Ayrshire. 14/10 «- 16 / 4 6—19 jSe 

Banffshire, 15; 4 6 

'— Barnstaple. 21 a 9/ 

Barrow, 1 a 5y— 8 a 1 1 /*— 6 a 7 c—S a 10 

c— 7 a lu €—13 a 10 6—17 ; 6 c— 22 ; 11 • 

Note on, 9 a 13 6 

Bath, 14> 10c— l7/6c— 24y6c-26/7<l 

Battersea, 26 tn 9 /— 12 ; 8 d 

Bedford, 16 7*4 6 

Bedfordshire, 6/ 18 /-9>6 s— 12 ; 8 d— 19 

/ 8 e— 24 7 6 a— 80 / 10 e 

Berkshire, 16 a 8 c~14 / 10 <? 

£aBt. 11 >10 6 

Berwickshire, 15 ; 4 6—24 ; 6 «— 25 ; 10 s 

36 



Electionfl (cojifinved), 
— Hethn«il Green, South West. 11 / 10 6 

Biikenhead. 10 / 7 r— 14 / 10 r 

Birmingham. 12 7 8 d-I4/ 10 r— 17 /6 c— 

19 ; 8 c-L'2 7 1 1 c-23 / 9 c— 25 ; 10 d-26 / 9 
«-28,6a~297 7a •' 

Note on 29 7 6 <? 

BlHckburn. 18 ; 10 e—23 ) 9 c— 24 ; 6 c— 26 

/10d-2(); 7«— 30; 10 c 

Bolton, 1 7 / 6 r 

Border Burghs, 24 / 6 c 

Boston, 9 ; 6 c— 16 7 7 d 

Bradford. 7 a 10c— 12 a (J <i -13 a 10 6—14 

a 7/-I5« 10 rf-16a8c— 17 u 12 d— 19a6 
d-20fl lOd-21 a 9 /'-22 HOC- 8 I 10 e-17 
; 6 c -1 9 ; 8 c— 23 / 9 c— 26 / 7 «— 29 /7a 

Note on, 26 « 12 {T * 

Breconshire, 15 /4 6 

Brighton, 28 16 a 

Bristol, II /lO 6—14 /10 c— 16/8 6-25/ 

lOd-28 7 6a-30/10c ^ 

Buckinghamshire, 11 / 10 6—16 / 7 d— 17 1 

6r-19/8 e-26 /7« ' 

Burnley. 8 /10 c— 11/ 10 6-I776C— 18j 

10 c-23 / 9 c-25 / 10 d-30 / 10 c 

Bury, 18/I0e— 28>6a 

St Edmund's, 28 ; 6 a 

Camberwell, 18 / 10 c— 30 / 10 c 

Dulwich. 16 / 7 d 

North, 10/7c— 12i8d 

Peckham, 14 /10 c 

Cambridge, 17 /6 c— 18 /10 c— 21 /6d— 

29/7«-30; 10 r ' 

University, 21 7 6 d 

Cambridgeshire. 12 ; 8 d—lGj 7 d— 17 / 6e 

— 18 7 10 c— 24 /6 c ■' 
CardiflP, 16 7 4 6-18 / 10 «-21 ; 6 d-22 i 

1 1 «~24 f 11 s-25 / 10 d— 28 / 6 a— 30 ; iO e 

Cardiganshire, 22 m 14 /*- 15 / 4 6—26 /7s 

Carlisle. 18/13 e— 21 / 6 d-22 1 11 «— 24 

; 6 r-25 7 10 d-28 / 6 a-80> 10 c 

Carmarthen Boroughs, 15/4 6 

Carmarthenshire. 15/46 

Carnarvon District. 3/ 9 /- 15 7 4 6—21 /6 d 

Carnarvonshire, 10 / 7 c— 16/ 4 6— 80i 10 c 

Chatham, 29 / 7 6 

Chelsea, 12/8 d-29 /7a 

Cheltenham. 26 i7 e 

Cheshire. 20 m 9 c-22 m 14/— 24 m 9 « -27 

m7r-29m 13 /-5 / 13 /-II; 106— 12/8d 
rA^26^-^77^^ ; 4 6-17^6^-21 ,ed^23j 

Christchurch, 21 / 6 d— 22/ He 

Clapham, 19 a 6 6-12; 8 d-29 /7 a 

— Clifheroe, 13 a 10 6 

Colchester, 10; 7 c 

Cork, 30 /10 s • 

Cornwall, 28 ; 6 a— 30 /10 s 

Camborne, 18 / 10 e 

St. Austell and Launceston, 10 ; 7 c 

——St. Ives, 10 / 7 c-12 /8 d-22> 11 «-26 
J 1 d 

— Coventry, 16 / 7 d-28 ; 9 c— 26 / 7 s 

— Croydon, 16/7 d— 26 / 7 d 

— Cumberland, 27 w 7 r— 16 / 4 6—18 / 10 «— 
28;9c-26/10d -^ *° / *" « 

— Darlington, 16i4 6 



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Bie 



Eleotioiis {cmtinued), 

l>enbi>fh Uorouc?h9, 8 / 10 «— 1 1 / 10 A 

Denbighshire. 10 ? 7f— 15; 4 6—18 ; 10«— 

Deptford, 12/8 d— 18 ; 10 «— 19 / 8 e-28 

j6o 
Derby, 8 / 10 ^—18 /Iff «— 23 / 9 c— 26 / 7e 

—29 /■ 7 6—30 7 10 d 
Derbyshire, 16> 7 rf— 18^ 10 «— 26 ; 7 s- 

30 ; 10 d 

Mid and Ilkeston, lOj 7 c 

South, VIjHd 

West. 22 m 14 / 

Derry, 17> 7 rf-24 ; 6 s 

Devon, 21 m 9 6—11 / 10 6 

^ Barnstaple, 9 ; 6 « 

Fotnes, 10 ; 7 c- 



— Devonport, 18; 6 o— 29 / 7 6 

— Devonshire, 14 ; 10 c-17 ; 6 f— 24 j 6 c— 
26 ; 7 c 

— De^rsbury, 1 9 ; 8 s 

— Doficaster, 21 ; 6 rf 

— Dorset. 15 74 6— 24> 6 d 
North. 9 ; 6 « 

South Kast, 10 7 7 c 

— Dorsetshire. 14 ; 10 e 

— Down. South, 26 j \0 f 

— Dublin, ('ity, 16 i 7 </— 17 ; 6 c 

County, k; ; 7 d— 2H ; 6 6—80; 10 e 

— Dudley, 10 ; 7 <7— 14 ; U) c 

— Dumbartonshire. 15 > 4 6 

— DumfrieSithire, 17 ; 6 r— 24 76s 

— ])undee, 17 t 6 s— 19 7 8«-80 7 10 • 

— Durham, 14 1 10 c— 16; 7 rf— 18 ; 10 «— 21 
; 6 (i— 28 7 6 u 

City, 21 f6d 



— Durham. Houfi^h ton -Le- Spring. 11 ; 10 6 
East(K)urne, I »> ; 7 e 

KdinbufKh li' 7 »€-15 ; 4 6— 187 10 c— 19 

;■ 8 <'— 2a f !» c -24 1 6 €- 28 7 6 t>—m ; 10 « 

Elgin and N«irn, 11 7 10 6—17; 6 r 

EnBex, \7a 12 <y-2l a 9 /"— 21 m 9 «— 7 7 8 

r— 17 ; 6r— 18 J lOs— 21 7 6 c/— 23 7 9 f— 26 > 
. 10 d 

Maldon, 12 7 8 rf 

Romford. II 7 10 6 

■ Walihamstow, 9^ 6 c 

-s — Exeter, 14 7 10 r 

Falkirk Group. 9 ; 6 s 

Fifeshire. 1674 6— l'8 ; 6 6 

^ Finsbury, 12 7 8 J- 14 7 10 r - 18 7 10 e— 19 

;8«— 21 ;6</-237 9c— 24/ 6 c— 25; 10</- 

26; 7i/— 30 7 10 c 
- — FlinUhire, 10/7 

— Flint Boroughs, 16/46 
District. 30/ 10 d 



i 

> 



— Forest uT i)ean, 16746 

— Fremanagh, 29 7 7'' 

— Fulhara. 10/7 r--80 7 10 c 

— Qninsborough, 15 m 11 / 
■:— Galway » 7 6 e—HO 7 1 s 

~ — Glamorgan, 1 7; 6 c— 21 ; 6 d 

— Glamorganshire, 15 7 4 6—24; 6 </— 29; 7 b 
—30 7 10 d 

— iJlasgow, 31 m 9 €—16 / 4 '•—16; 7 </— 24; 
60—23 7 10/- 

— (/amlnchie, 1278s 
Traderton, 9 7 6 e 



ElectioilS (continued). 

. (lioucestdr, 16 7 4 6—17 7 ^ ^ 

" Uloucfcsttrahire. 25 ot 9 /- 12 7 8 rf— 14 7 10 

<.— 16/4 6— 18; 10 c— 22/ 11 e— 25/ 10 i/— 26 

./ 7 / 

Grantham. 12 m 5 /*- 21 m 9^—16 7 7 </— 



25 7 10 d 

Great Yarmouth, 16 t 7 d 

Greenock. 2-* 7 1> 6—29 7 7 c — SO 7 10 e 

Greenwich, 12 7 8 rf— 18 / 10 e— 26; 7 d 

Grim.-by, 1 7 ; 6 c- 19 /8 • 

Gri*at, 14 7 6 c/ 

Hackney, 15 a 10 d— 14 j 10 c— 26/ 7 d— 

80/ 10 r 

- _. Central. 27 m 7 c 
South, 4 / H d 

Halifax, 1 a 5 /-6 a 7 «-7 a 10 «-22 7 1 1 

«»— 23 7 9 c-26 ; 7 /^— 29 7 7 6—30 7 10 d 

Hammersmith, 17/6 c- 18; lOe— 26 /7 d 

Hampshire. 16 7 7 '/— 17; 6 <r 

Petersfield or Eastern, 10 / 7c 

South I2 7 8d 



— Hampstead, 14; 10 c— 17 7 6 c— 28 / 6 a— 
29 77 a-80 7 10 r 

— Hastings, 12 7 8 d-14 / lOr— 16 / 7 d 

— Hawick. 5 7 13 /" 

— Hartlepool, 23 '/ 9 c— 28 ; 6 a 

-— Hereford. 29 a 9 /*- 9 / 6 «— 18 7 10 «— 22 / 
II e 

— Herefordshire. 16 / 4 6—16 7 7 d— 18 7 10 s 

— 2.5/ lOd-26/7/* 

— Holborn, 29 ; 7 n 

— Huddersflfld, 22 m 16 /— 7 / 8 c— 18 7 10/ 

— Hull, 24 CI 9 /— 22 m 14 /— H 7 10 «— 19 / 8 « 

— HuntiriKdon, IH / 10 / — 24 i 6 d 

— Huntingdonshire, 6 a 7 s — 15; 4 6 — 29 > 7 6 

— Invfrnt'ss-shire, II 7 10 6 

— Inverness Burghs, 26 7 7 / 

— Ipswich. 2 a 10 d— 6 a 7 €—5 a 10 #•—7 a 10 
e^iSd 9/— 9 a lod— 12 a 6 a— 13 a 10 6—15 
a 10 d— 14/ 10 c 

— Me of Wight, 14 7 10 c-30 / 10 d 

— Islmgton, 7; 8 r— 14 7 10 c— 15 7 4 6— 16 7 7 
d-\7 ) (5 r— 23 /9 c— 24; 6 c- 26; 7 d-28 7 6 
a— 29/ 7/7—30/ 10 c 

— Kennington. 6 « 10 r— 26 m 9 /— 10; 7 c 

— Kenaiiigion, North. 13 m 9 s-28 w 6 c— 26 



7 7d 



South. 10/7 c— 14 7 10 fl-26 ; 7 d 



Kent, 18/10/ 
Dartford, 10 7 7c 



— Kidderminster, 10 / 7 c— 14 j 10 <7 -21 ; 6 rf 
— 28.7 6 d— 29/7 6 

— Kilmarnock Group. 14 / 10 c 

— Kiiigston-oiwHuU, I2;8d 

— Kincardineshire. 18 / 10 /-SO/ 10 c 

— Lambeih, 14 / 10 c— 16 / 7 d— 17; 6 r-18 
7 10/-19 ; 8 «— 26 7 7 d-2rt 7 6 a 

— Lanarkshire, 15/4 6—24 / 6« 
Patrick Division 9 / 6 c 



- Lancashire, 14a7y— 15al0d — 19a6d>^ 
8 /» 9 e— 10 / 7 c— 12 7 8 r/— 14 / 10 d— 16 / 7 d 
— 17/6 f— 19 1 8f— 21/6 d— 227 U e— 23;9 
c— 24 7 6 d-26 / 10 e— 26 / 7 «— 30 ; 16 d 
North. 18 ♦ 10 e 

Kossondalu, 29 ; 7 c 

Southport, 9; 6 <— 12; 8 d 

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[April I t, 



SlectioDfl (continwd). 

- Lancaster, 16 ;4 A 

Leeds. 27 w 7r-8; lOe—M ; 10 A- 12; 8 

</~2;i ; 9 r— 24 » 6 d-28 ; 6 f— 30 ) \0 fi 

Leicester, 17^6 rf--28 ; 6 a 29 j 7 6-80 

;• 10 d 

Leicestershire, 9i 6 e— 1 1 j 10 6—14 ; 10 d 

— «1 ; 6 d 

Leicestershire, Ilasborough. 10 ; 7 c 

I^wisham, 18 / 10 /"— 25 ; 10 d— 26i 6 a 

Limehouse, 31 m 9e 

liinierick, 29 / 7 r 

Lincoln, 11 j 10 6— 12 i 8 rf--23 i 9 c— 26 

; 7/ 
Lincolnshire, 26 a 7 e— 27 m 7 r— 14 ; 10 rf 

_I5,4 A— 16; 7 c/— 18/ 10 A— 19j 8 c— 23 ; 

9 rf -24 i 6 </-25 ; 10 e-29 ; 7 b 
Spalding. 9 / 6 e 



— Linlithgowshire. 30 HO « 

— Liverpool, 10; 7 c-12 ;8 d— 16/ 7 rf— 17; 
6rf— 18; 10/— 25;10e— 28>6a 

EastToxteth. 1^ } 8 c/ 



— London, City of, 12 ; 8 c/-17 ; 6 c-^ldj 8 e 
—29 ; 7 a 

University, 26 ; 7 c/— 28 1 6 a-30 ; 10 e 



— Lynn, Kt'gis, 10 ; 7 tf 

— Maidstone, 17/6 </— 28 i 6 h 

— Manchester. 9 j 6e— 14> 10 rf— 17 ; 6 rf— 25 
3 10 f— 29/7 A-30/ 10 d 

— Marylebone, 14/10 d— 26 / 10 rf 

— Merionetshire. 10)7 c— 29 ; 7 c^SOj 10 d 

— Merthyr, 30 ; 10 </ 

— Merthyr Tydvil. 16/45 

— Mid-Lothian, 14 /9/ — 16/7« 

— Middlesbrough, 16 / 7 </ 

— Middlesex, 16 / 7 d—\7i 6 </-25 / 10 « 

— Monmouthshire Boroughs, 10 j 7 <t 

— Montgomery District, 8 > 10 e— 30 j 10 d 
Montgomeryshire, 10; 7 0—16/ 4 A— 16; 7 



«— 23 / 9 c -26 / 7 A- 29 j 7 r 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, 10 / 7 r- 11> 10 A— 12 

;8 </— 17;6c/— 19 /8e-26 ; 10 e 

Newcastle- under- Lyme, 9 i 6 «— 21 /6 d 

Newlngton, 6/ 13y— 11/ lOA— 14>l6d— 
17/6c/-28>6a 

— Norfolk, 29 m 18 /^16 /7 «-19i 8 e—2ij 
6d-23/9c-28;66 

Northampton, 10/7 c— 23 j 9 <»— 26 ; 7 /— 

29 ; 7 f 
Northamptonsliire. 4 / 8 d— 10 / 7 c— 19 /8 

e— 26 ; 7 /— 28 i 6 6-29 ; 7 f-80 ; 10 d 

Northumberland, 19 ; 8e-21 / 6 d— 24 / 6d 

Tyneside, 9 i 6 e 

Northumberland»hire, 19j 8 e 

Nottingham. 3 ; 9 /— 12> 8 f— 18 i 10 /— 



21 i 6d 

West. 9 / 6 e— 10 / 7 c/— 26 i 10 • 



Nottinghamshire. 28 } 6 A 
— Bessetiaw, 16 / 6 A 
East, 28 ) 6 A 



— Nottinghamshire, Rushcliffe. 9 i 6 s 

— Norwich. 6 a 7 s— 7 a 10 e -8 a 9 / 
—.Oldham, I7i6c/ 

— Orkney and Shetland, 30 / 10 e 

— Oxford. 17 J 6 c/ 

— Oxfordshire, 14 / 10 c/— 16 ; 7 6-24 ; 6 c/— 
26j 7 A 

38 



Electionfl {continued), 

Paddington. 16 i 7 d— 18/ 10 /'—IS ; 8 «— 

28 7 6 a-30 ; 10 c 

PaiKley, 15/45 

Pembroke and Haverfordwest, 157*4 A— 29 

37r 

Pembrokeshire. 15/4 A 

Perth. 16 ; 4 A— 18> 6 /— 24 ; 6 « 

City, 16/4 A 



Perthshire, 12/8«-28;«A 

Peterborough, 28 m 8 c— 29 m 13/- 11 ; !• 

A— 14/ 10 c/ 

- Plymouth. 30 / 10 d 
Pontefracr. 10 / 7 c/— 10 d 

Portsmouth. 22 m 14 /— 4 / 8 d— 9> 6 e-^lS 

; 8 €-16 ; 7 «- 1 7 / 6 d-28 ; 6 A 
Preston, 19 j 8 «— 26 ; 7 / 

Queen's County, 19 ; 8 a 

Radnorshire, 16 ; 4 A 

Reading, 16 m 11 /— 24 m 9 s— 14/ 10 d 

Renfrewshire, 23 / 9 c— 25 ; 10/ 

Eastern, 11 / 10 A 

Western, 16 / 4 A— 18 / 10 f 

Richmond, Yorkshire. 31. m 9< 

Kochdah'. 23 / 6 A 

Rochester. 1 9 / 8 e 

Roxburghshire, 19 ; 8 « 

.— . Rutland. 21 a9 /' 

i?alford. North. 9/ 6 e— »4 / 10 d— 17 / t* rf 

West, 21 j 6 CI 



Salisbury, 3 / 9 /— 1 7 / 6 d 

St Andrew's Burghs. 26 / 10 f 

St. George's Hanover Square, 12 j 8 d 

St. Helen's, 21 ; « d 

St. Ives, 13 m 9 « 

St. Pancras, 8 m 14 a— 14/ 10 </— 16 / 7 

17/6//-25; 10 c/-29/7o 

Eastern. 12 / 8d 

North, I2;8c/-17/6c/— l9/8s 

South, 16 1 4 A— 22 His 



Scarborough. 10/7 c/— 16> 7 e 

Scottish, 29 / 9 c 

S>h('ffield. 12; 8 6-14/10 d— I8y 10/— 24 



- — Shoreditch 



18/10A-25/lOd— 29/7a 



Shrewsbury, 14 / 10 d— 29 ; 7 r— 30 / 10 d 

Shropshire, 12/8«-17/ 6d— 19; 8 e—l?» 

j 7c' -30/ 10 d 

Somerset. West 1 1 / 10 A— 18 ; 10 / 

Somersetshire, 12; 8 4—14 ; 10 d— 19 /8 « 

— 2.); 10 e 
Southampton, 21 / 6 d 

South wark. 1 1 > 10 A— 19 / 8 «— 26 / 10 d— 

29 ) 7 II 

Stafford. 21 /6d 

Staffordshire, 9 i 6 </— 21 / 6 d 

l-,eek. 9 / 6 « 

Lichflild. 12/8 « 



Staly bridge, 12 m 5/— 9 /6 s 



Stirling Burghs, 10 ; 7d— 16 ; 4 0— 18> 10/ 

Stoke-on-Trent, 21 > 6 d 

Stockport, 4/8 d-.16> 4 cr— 19 j 8/— 80 

lOd 
Suffolk, 16 a 8 c— !0> 7 rf— U / 10 A— 14 / 

10 c/— 16; 7 s— 19/8/— 26/ 10 e— 26 ; 7/ 

Sunderland, 8 ; 10 <s-18 / !0/— 267 7 /^ 

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Est 



Beetfam IhtelUgenoe {continued). 

Stimnd, 12 iSa 

Sarrey, II j 10 6— 16y 7«— IZiSd— 18i JO 

y— 1U;8/ 

Susiex. Ha 7 /— 11 ; 10 tf-15; 4 c~]6 ; 



lOy— 22; n « 

Eafltboorne, \l j \0 e 



jlOd 



Sntherliindsliire, 1 7 , « i/— 28 j 6 A— 80 ; 1 e 
Swanaem, I6>4r— 25/ lUe~28y 7/— 80 



Town. 28 ; 6 6 



— TauiitG^n, II i H)r— 1»;8/* 

— Tower Hamlets. 12 t 8 </— 16; 4 0— 17 ; 6 ^ 
—24 ; 6 c— 26 ; 7 rf-KO ; 10 o 

— Tyrone, S<iuth, 10 ; 7 c/ 
North. 14; I0</— 24;6« 



Wakefield, 1 1 ; lU f — 26^ 7/ 

Walsall. 21 /6rf 

Walworth. 29 ; 7 « 

Wandsworth. 80; lOc 

Warrington, 21 > 6 rf 

Warwick, 4> 8 rf 

and Lymlngton, 10 ; 7 e— 28 ; 9 r— 24 > 6 

<f — 28 jSh 

Warwickshire, 2 o 10 </— 15 a 10 </-7 ; 8 c 



— 14; 10 d— 18; 7 «-2o ; \OeSi)jiOd 
Stratford. 10 ; 7 «r 



Wednesbury, 21 ; 6 </-26i 7 / 
We*t Broinwksh, 22 j 1 1 e 
— Ham. 5 9 18 /— 19 /8/*— 21 ;6rf— 28j(Ja 
Westminster. Mi 10 d 
West mureUnd 1 6 / 4 r 
North. II ; lOe 



Whitehaven Uj6d 

Wick Bnrghs. 18 ; 10 /* 

Wicklow. 8U; 10 e 

— Wigan, l7;6rf-I»/8 /— 21 ;6rf 
WilU, 15 «4c— 1«;1U/— ly J8y-21;6</ 

—24 I 6 rf-25 / 10 e-26 ; 7y— 28 ; 8 ^-8i* / 

10 d 

Winchester. 17 ; 6 rf 

— ^Windsor, 11 / 10c-28 98A 

WoWerhamptoii, 4 ; 8 c/— 14 ; 10 rf— 21 / C 

</— 26/ 7/- 81); 10 r/ 
East. 10; 7 a 



Woolwich, 12 ; 8 //— 18 ;■ 10 /- 28 ; 6 a 

Worcester. 14 ; 10 </— 80 ; in d 

Worcestershire, 14 ; 10 «/— 18 / 10 /— 21 ; 6 

rf-28;6 6 

York. 12 » 8 «— 22 ; 1 1 r 

— Yorkshire, 21 a 9 /— 2^ n 5 /— 22 w 14 /— 

8; lOe-ll ;• lOc-16; 7e-I7; 6 ♦'-111/8/ 

—28 ; 9 c— 24 ; 6 «— 25 / l(» e 

Buckrose. VI i \i d 

North Hiding. IH ; 10 /* 

Rutherham. 10/ 7 */ 

Whithy, I2;8« 

Electric Lighting Act Conitnittee, 2'.) a 9 ;— 11 

at II 6 

at Paddington, 18 w 10 1/— 20 m 1 1 /— 22 m 

14</— 19; 11/ 
— ^ State of Shares in Compsnics, gte every 

dfty's paper 
Elizabethan Plate. 8 m 7 r-.l I m 18 ^ 
Elliot ( Vm.) on IrelHnd and < 'ansda. 16 7 4 r 
£ladale(MHJor) Lecture on the Defence of Lon- 
doo, 8m8i;— 17 w 4/ 



Elton ( F. R.) on the Pinilico Mystery, 30 a 8 d 

Emdeii ( W.) on St. Janifs's Hall, 7 a 10 6 

Emigratii)n and Immigration, Parliamentary 
Paper on, XaUfi 

(Conference 2<» » 12 « 

Return of Numbers, Nationalities and Des- 
tinations of Emigrants during the Past Month, 
8 OT 6 />-0 / 4 U 

to Aufitmli-i, 7 I 9 / 

to New South Wales, 10 a 12 a— 16 5 s— 

21 »i 8 c 

to Qiieen4flnd. 6 m 1 1 c 

Employers* LiNbility Act, Select Committee on, 
o a H /- 7 II 5 €- 17 a 12 /^15 m 12 e— 81 m 6 
/-oil 12 A— 21 ;6o 

-^ Assurance Corporation, 8 m 1 1 A 

Endowed School. Select Committee on, jss Edu- 
cation. CoMMiasiOM 

English Funds. »ee eaeh day^it pap^r 
-^ Association of Americ lu Bond and Share 
Hold(>rs. First Annual Meeting, 21 a 12 a 

('hurch Union, 27th Annirersary, 28 ai 8 6 

Note on. 1 ; 16 u 

Giris in Paris. H 10 r 

— Government Securities, State of Shares in, 

fee every ftny^e jonper 
*"* Politioil CiisU. the Teuipt on, 14 ; 5 s 
Presbyterian Chunjh. 21 a 4 f 

- and Irish Kesonri«s. M a 10 a^lO a 6 s 

sml Scottish Law Life Assurance Associa- 
tion, (i Nf 1 1 /> 

nnil Austrnlian Chartered Bank, 7 m 11 A 

EnsiiHge Experiments of the Bath and West of 

Engknd &)cieiy. 29 w 5 / 
Epsom New Buildings at. 9 a 10 c 
Equitfllbe Life Afsurance Society of the United 

Sutes. 18a II h 

123rd Annual Meeting, 80 a 1 1 b 

EtcNim of a Prisoner at the Central CriminMl 

(^ourt, 80 7 1 6 e 
ESTATES IN LIQUIDATION: - 
Adams, W. M., 30 jMlc 

Anderson. J. (\. 29 m 15 « 

Atkins, Henry, 7 a \Id 

Beaham, James. 26 w lie 

Jameti and Klixa, 26 m lie 

Beardmore. Jnmes. jun., 29 m 15/ 

Beeny, Samuel. 19 m 18 e 

Bennion. Robt., 29 in 15 / 

Bibby, Richard, 19 w 18 c 

Bliss, Edwin. 15 tw IS e 

Britton, John and Samuel, 12 / 18e 

Brosnan Timothy. 12 m8 e 

Brown, J. B., Sa\3d 

Burton. John, 7 a 12 d 

Carmichael. Wm, 14 n ISe 

Chirk, EUzabelt, SO / 16 <; 

Cocks. C. J., 19/ \Sc 

Collier. W. W., 80 ; 16 tf 

Cottam, Louis I^ Chevalier, 12 9*12 a 

Culver, Fred., 2 ; 1 1 e 

Cutbill, John Jsmes, 24 a 1 1 e 

Dare, Wm. llory, 8 a 18 r/ 

Lavey, Kobt. Geo.. 24 a 1 1 e 

Davis. Gabriel j'ln., 19 ; Mi o 

Drackley, S. W., 21 o 11 e 

Dransfleld, Paul, J9> 18 c 

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[Aprfl 1 U 



Estates in LiqoidAtloii (continued), 

— Friend. Jolin. 26 wile 
Qiayeon, Alfred, 26 m 11 e 

Greenwood, Arthur^ 30 ; 16 «» 

Griffith, G. C, 9 ; 12 c 

Haines, J. P^ 1 m \2 o 

Herachell^ Morita. 3U ; 16 c 

Hewines, J. T., y ; 12 c 

Hide. G. D., jiin., 9 / 12 r 

-m — HoUingdHle, Henry, 19 ; IS o 

Hunt, C, J., 26 IN II e 

Hunter. R. N.. 6 ; 15 / 

— — Jobnutone. J. F.. *2i a \[ € 

- Jones, DuTid. 29 lu 15 e 

n Kay. Geo., 10 a 13/ 

— » Keats, James, 15 in 18 e 
-— • Kenninjf, The?., 19 ; i:^ c 

Kue and Bethell. 12 ; 18 « 

- Lines. John. 24 a 1 1 c 
Lister, John, 14 a 13 s 

Lov(flfMVe. Win. Jas., 16 Ml / 

Loveless. P, G.. 26 / l8 c 

- — Lyi n, Waller. 1 m 12 o 

Lyi ns, H nry I-a»ic, 14 ^' 13 « 

■»— M okenzie, Frank. 7 a 12 <i 

« Mara hall and liullind. 12 / 18 « 

MHthews, Thos.. 24 M 1 1 e 

Morris, George, 2J mi 15 e 

•*— W niter. 23; 12 r 

- Ochse, Ch:i9.. 19 7 18 r 

Clell. John. 29 w I67 

OLerhead. Rich.. 6^ i5 / 

•. — Orchard. All»ert, 15 w 13 • 
-* — Pearinan, Henry, 2 ; 11 « 
' Perry, C. h\. 19 mi 18 c 

Phelan^ Michael. 29 m \b e 

Phillips. 1 has.. 29 m 15 / 

. — Postlelhwaite. A. P„ I2 /nil/ 

- Price, Geo,, 26 m II « 

-^ — Putwain. (\ and F. H,. 19 > 18 c 
— - Kaioliflfe U. H,. 26 ; 13 c 

lieid. Gw»„ 19 ; 13 c 

Kichardson. \Vm. H,. 19 / 18 r» 

liobc-rts, Katharine. 29 m 15 /" 

n Hosser. C. T.. 29 im 15 e 

Kowland, Th<i8„ 10 a 13 A 

• — Uy dnig Henry. 22 m 15 
Kyley. John. 2 ;! 1 e 

— ^ SatlWr, , VV. li . 24 1/ 1 1 e 
-•— ^ .Nalonion!*. L. J,. 2\ u \'* d 

Sillory. 11. S., 15 i« IS e 

Stone'. J, S.. 29 m 15 « 

Villar, A. K«. '^9 w 15 / 

Wade. Wni„ 26; 13 / 

•« Waites. Henry, o tn Sd 

Wakelam. Wni., 5 / 15 / 

-m — Walter. Jcihn, 29 ;« 15 / 
Ward, T. A., 22 in 15 e 

WheeU-r. A. H., I m 12 c 

'. Wihon, C. VV.. ] m \'J r 

Wright, H. J., 1 ;« 12 r 

Y»indle, Wm., 15 w 13 e 

■> Yates. Geo., 5 ; Ifi /" 

Ktna ICrnpion of. 81 mSb 

)Ct(Mi ("oUe^e. falxaininations, 16a lOe — 19im11« 

Fourth of Jnntt at. 5 7 16 /> 

IfYHUi C A. J,; on the Tombs of Mycenw, 8 tu 6/ 



£yaDs(T.S.) on the Associated AostraksiaD Soft 

Goods Shippers in London, 30 a 11 b 
Exchange, Ck)urse of. see 4vert^ datfe paper 
Execution of A, E. Brown aad James Whelan^ 
for Murdtr. at Winohenter, 1 ; 10 r 

of Wm. Hewett, for Wife Murder, al 

Gloucester, 8 / iO c~16 ; 1 1 / 

of Koing in Paris, for Murder, 9 a 5 6 

of Uobt. Travis, for Murder, Petition ta 

Respite. 26 m b d 

' Coinmated, *49 m li d 

F. 

Factory Lads in Shored if oh. Appeal for, 10 #» 7 * 
Fagati ^ Louis) a New Craze for C-oUectors, 30 a 

12 d 
Fawkes (A.) on Light and Water Colour, 14 <t 

16 a 
False Imprisonment, Actions for, 25 m 5 A' 
Fsrmen»* C Xk\ Meeting. 5 m 12 s 

GrievH.ice. Note on, 20 m 6 6 

Farming. Experiments in Goopenitive, 17 / 4 r 
Famborou^^h (Lord) Memorial Window (b, in St« 

Margaret's, Weatniinster, List of Subscribers, 

21 16/ 
Fashionable Intelligence. 5 o 9 «— 9 a 9 &— 12 a 

9 /— 15 a 9 /— 17 o 10 </--20 a 6/— 29 rt 9 / — 
1 m 11 /— 4 w7s— 5ifc 12 « -11 « 12 1 — 14 m 

10 e— 15 m II /-~19ia 11 e-2K) m 9«-l j Ut U 
— 2 / 10 /- 8 ; 9 a— 1 1 ; 5 d— 19 j 7 d 

Fawoett (the Late Mr.) and Home Rule. 4 ; 10 fr 

Fflsted School. 30 a 4 r 

F<>male Orange A8tf<x>iation. \0 i 7 d 

Fenian Maiifesio. 21 ; 9./ 

Fergusson (James) on the Shop Hours Reguli-> 

tion Bill. 20 a 12 a 
Few & Co.. on Hay ling Common. 1 1 w 18 «- 
Ffennellt. Henry; on the Artificial Cultivaiiuu of 

Fish, 1 m 6 e 
.Fiji. Severe Hurricane in, 28 a 4/— 11 m 15 / 
FINEABTS:— 
Amateur Art Exhibition, ^a 7 f 

Photographic Exhibition, Prinoess Fr<sd<» 

erica Opens, 17 a 10 < 

Art Exhibitions, 26 a 4 e— 19 at 6 / 

Exhibition. Bethnal Green. Opening of. 



by the Prinoess Louise, <i0 ; 9 e 

— .* at Folkestone. 1 m 1 1 /— 15 » 12 / 



Gallery at Guildhall. 25 j 12 h 

Sales, 6 /H 4 a— 10 m 6 «- 24 m 6 e 

— f^ — Union of London, odih Annual Meeting. 

5m \\ d 
Bank Officers' Art Exhibition. Opening of, 

\7 m\2d 
Berlin Artists' Association, Great Festival 

of, 26 / 7 

Fine Arts Exhibition, 29 ?a 6 d 

Henry (^ain's Picture in the Salon. 6 n o d 

— ^ in the City, 16 a 10 e 

Decorative Art Work — Collinson and Ix>rk, 

26 ; 1 1 / 

Uefoer Collection, 14 /n 4 r 

Richard Doyle, Drawing, &c. by, 6 ; 12 c 

Engrave<l Copper Plates. New Use for. 

Notes on, 29 a 6 c— 80 o 12 d 
French Pictures on View, in Cocksp^ 

Street, 1 m 8/ 



Ouue .,0, l»86.] 



If^ALXER S iNDEJt TO '^^ THE tiMKS NKWSPA'PEIL 



Fit 



^Ine Aiti (ronttnuetf), 

Exhibition. National Art Treaaiires, 

Folkestone 24 m 7 a 

of Paintlngn on Chinii^ 18 m 10 a 

of the Royal Institute of Painters 



at 



in 



Water Coloors. 19 n M a 

at 8t Jude*8 Wliitechapel. }A a \2 e 

of the Society of British Artists> 20 a 6 /* 



— Fifth Intemariooal Exhibition at the Picture 
(vullery in the Hue de Seze. 17 ;' 6 e 

— GoTernment Investigatioas oif the Durability 
of Water Colour Pigments, 7 i 9 d 

— Grosrenor OHllery, 8 m 7 a— 1 ; 6 d 
Roysl Vinit to» 6 m 6 / 

— the Hope Collection of Jewels. 12 m 10 A 

— ** Isaak Walton and his Popil," by R. P. 
Parkes. 1*2/12 d 

— ** Jocko,** by Landseer, on View at the 
Marlboroagh Gallerv. 2Sj A « 

— Marlborough Gn fiery » 12 a 4 d 

— Mr. Mendoza's Qallery, 25 m 12 a 

— New Etchings and tingra^ings. 14 a 4 <f 

— Old (^heUea China on View in New Bond 
Street. 2B ; 4 6 

— I'ortrait of Lisst. by Monckacsyi 8 a 7 r 

— Price Sale List of Mr. S. Addington*s 



(^>)1eutiua of Pictures and Water Colours, 24 
m a e 

of Medals. 26 m 8 c 

of Mr. J. Bentley*s Collection of Modem 



Pictores, I7»j 10 e 

<>f U. Caldecott*s Works, at Christie's, 10 



; 10 d 

of Mr. T)ilx!er« Collection of Water 

r^olour Drawings and Modem Pictures, 1 1 j 1 1 e 

of (^unite d*Herisson*s Collection of 

Mosaics Terra-Cottas, &c.. 29 m 9 s 

of Lord Dudley's China, at Christie's, 18 

m 12 r-.22 mM d 

of the Graham Collection of Pictures, 8 a 



lOc— 5 u 12 a— 12 a 6r 
of the Hope Jewels, 14 m 10 •— 15 m 7 e 

— I7ai 10 € 

— Royal Academy, se« Royal 

Water (*olour S^tciety, Exhibition, 5 m 15 a 

New Members, II m 12 c 

Royal Visit to. 6 m 9 s 



— Sale of Fine Chippendale Furniture, 22 ; 5 
/— 28i 10 e 

— the Salon 5 m 6 d^H ml b 
Exhibition, 80 n 5 6 



M. Tissot's Parisian Pictures, 24 m 9 s 

Unfaded Water (Colours. 28 ^ 4 e 

Mr. PowuhU Wiliiiim's Drawings, 1 ; 6./ 

Flte Brigade and Lady Clifford, Note on, 81 m 6 c 
- — Metropolitan Brigade, 29 m 8 / 

Fires, Parliamentary Paper on the Origin, 29 a 7« 

— in llieatres. Curious Return, 28 a 4 d 

TIRES: — 

— in Aldermanbury, 6 a 6 

at Baligrod, the whole Town Destroyed, 25 

IN&ff-~26 M \i) f 

»- — in Battersea, at Morgan^s Plumbago 
Crucible Warehouse. Church Road, 20 m 6 d 

. — in Beak Street, Golden Square, Three Lires 
Lost 29 a 12 6 

Inquest^ see iKQUBsm 



FIrea (^continuedy^ 

in Berlin, at Otto and Buttner^s Manu- 
factory, 81 m 5 /* 

at Bermondsey. iH LoAg Lane. 19 a 7 e 

Braden's Steam Grinding Mills, 21 a 6 6 

in Grange Road^ 14 ; 10 a 

at the Board of Trade, Whitehall Gardens, 

12a 9/ 

Browick Hall, neat Wynftondhatft. Norfolki 

Destroyed by, I o 5 / 

in (-Hmomile Street. City. 9 ; d e— 10 i « h 

in Chicago, at Congress Street attd Waba»h 

Avenue. 27 w 5 e 

» a Dwelling Hoilse Destroyed^ and 8 



Persons Pt-rished. 8 ; 10 e 

— at i;ossoll in Derbyshire, an Irishman 
Burnt to Death, 28 a 4 6 

-> in DnNton Lane, at Pascoe's Tailor, 27 a 8 f 

— at Derby, the Grand Theatte, Mr. Adams 
Suffocated 7 m \\ f 

another Death, 8 m 14 « 

— at Decaseville, Five Persons Burnt to 
Death, 21 ; 5 e 

— in Dock Street^ Upper ^st Smithfleld, :i 
md f 

— in Klthorn Road, Upper HoHoway, lHjH h 

— in Fleet Street. 18 w 10 i, 

— at KrieiiUnrl in Moravia. 80 o 6 « 

— At Fried rich <*ruh the Saw Mills of Princtf 
Bi.*<marck. 20 a 6 d 

— in Galata, 38 n 5 </ 

— in Glasgow. Glen*s Flour MilU, 19 8/ 

at M Laren's Warehouse), douih HHiiuvef 

Street. 0066 

— in Gray*8 Inn Road. 8 m 14 ^ 

— in llHrleyrord Koad, Vanxhall, 5 u 6 A 
at Hay*« Wlmrf, Tooley Street, 22 o 7 / 



at Honolulu. 8000 Persons Rendered House* 

less, 10 w 6r 

in Kilburn, at Cambiidge Road, 27a 8 / 

in King William Street. (Mty. 8 ;8 « 

in Lambeth, at Tyers Street) Two Persons 

Burnt. I /M 8 e 
at Lawrence. Destraction of, Pembertou 

Mill, 12 a 5c 

- in Lawrence Lane, (^heapside. 16 a 9 /" 
at Loughbiirough Junction, liathgar Road, 

20 m 6 d 

in (A>wer Clapton, at Gwynne's Pantechni« 

con. 20 M «} d 

in Mandalay, 2 ah h—6 a R d 

Attempt to Destroy by. 20 o 6 b 

the Midland Railway SUtion, St. Pancras, 

9 C^al Trucks, 2 u 9 / 
in Mill Street. Hoxton, 18 /a 10 6 

New York, the Library. Broadway, 27 a 7 /' 

» at Newington- Butts, 15;oc 

in North £nd lioad, West Kensington. 9/6 

e— I0t«6 
near Nottlnfrhani, Wilkinson's Lace Curuiti 

Manufactory at Beeston. 80 <i 6/ 

at Tenge. in Cranipton Road. I67 5 e 

"-^ in Plunistead, the Board School, 8 a 18 / 
""^ in Rotherhithe. at Debnam Road. 14 / 10 d 
in the St. Fasgeau Foreat New Joigny, 5 a 

be 
— in St. John Street^ CWrkenwell, 8 m 6 / 



PIr 



PALMKH^S IICI»EX TO " THK TIHKS NKW8PAPBR. 



[April 1 to 



FitM {continued). 

in Sheffield, at Stack ftnd Sellars's Saw and 

Steel Manufactory, Dilley Street, 6 m 5 /* 
^— in Shoreditrli, at the Jacob's Well Hublic- 

houae, Three Person* Ru>nt to Desth. 18 m U)h 

the Skinners' Alnishoiisea. Mile-end Road, 

Mary WHIey Miimt to I>eath, 21 a 6 b 

in South Moltun Street, Oxford Street, 5 a 

an 

- at Stanhope Street, Clare Market, Fatal, 17 
mo/ 

^— Stry, near L*'mberg, in Galicia, the Entire 
Town 'l>f8tn>ye<i \^ a & r— 20 a 5 a— 21 a 6 c 
—22 n iV h—'^^o 5 n • 24 rt 6 A 

all Private Ducuukfnta, Title Deeds Des- 
troyed 2 I O ft /T 

AppeNl for Aid. 3 m 9 r/ 

at Trufalgar House Salisbury, 26 o 9 a 

ill Tustin Street. Old Kent Road., S a 6 b 

at Un on Mews, Uxion Street 14 / 10 a 

Vancouver Town British Columbia Entirely 

Destroyed by, i 6 ; 5 n 
Note on. 23 i 16 a 



— in Warwickshire, Suspected Incendiarism, 
8m 16 r/ 

— in Well Street, Hackney, Two Lives Lost, 
IH m 10 h 

Note on, 18 m 12 6 



— ^ in Wi«coii8in, Great Damage, 7 a 5 e 
Fish, Artificial (/Ultivation of. 1 i/i 6 • 

— t ulture in Great Britain, Note on, 14 a 16 ^ 

Seizure of Bad, 13 a S/S m 13 /->9 jS a 

FISHERIES :— 

American, 9/6 a— II ; 10 « 

Canadian, 7 ri 6 a— 16 a ft A— 19 a 6 6—29 

(I o />- 10 IN 6 </— II m 7 A— 12 m 5 6— 13 /n 5 a 
— 14 w5a— IftM 7 6—18 qi5 6— 19iii 7 a— 20 
M 5 6—21 M 5 /'-22 m \i 6—24 m 5 /— 25 m 5 
11—26 w 6 6—27 m 5 e— 28 w 6 </— I / 7 a— 2 ; 
5^—4/56—8; I0s-9;ftfr— 14 ; 6 /--I6»5 
„_19 , 7 J— 21 j 5 a-23y 7 /— 24 ; 6 c-29 i 
o «/~30 ) 10 h 

Corninh. 21 wi 9 / 

Newfoundland, 25 m 5 a 

Nor h Sea 2<i4<!— 12 a6e 

Salmon, Bine Book on. 8 mt 14 c 

Inspector's Report on, 11 m 16 a 

— Severn Salmon, 1 2 a 9 / 
Trout. 23 a 4 d 

Twee<t Salmon Net, 5 a 6 6—7 ; 10 f 

Fifthmnngers* (^ouipany. Banquet at, 15 w 9 / 
Fitzgerald (G. A. It.) on the late Lord 

Farnhorough. 27 w 13 c 
Fit^ierakl-Gabbett (Daniel) on tlie Irish BiUs» 28 

; 5 a 
Fleet Street, Block in^ 17 a 11 / 
Fl'quet (M.) Movements of, 6 m 10 f 
Folkestone. New Park at, 10 ; 7 <« 
(Lord) on the Debate on Mr. Chaplin*s Bill, 

29 11*4/ 
Foreign Appointments, 10 o 13 <- 14 a 13 a— 28 

« 12 c— I2m II r— 22 m 5 0-19; 18 o 
Cojamercial Intelligence, see eeetjf day*§ 

puper 

— Correspondents in Kngland. 27 m 9 f 

— GoreroiDenl Securities, ^tate of Shares in, 
yi.e fve.y tu>if * (niptt 



Foreign OfBoe. 1 a 9 /— 8 m 67—6 m 9 «- 7 » »y 

—8 IN 13/*— I0m6e 

Seamen in Britit>h Ships, 28 a 10 /* 

Stock Exchange, in every dny^i paper 

Trade and Consular Reports, 20 o 9 e 

American and General Investment Tni«l 

Company. Meeting, 12 a II /* 
Forestry, Select Committee on. 5 ;' 12 r 
Forster (Rt. Hon. W. E.) Portrait of, for the 

Reform Club. 7 a \0 f 
Fortescue (Lord) on Mr. Gladstone's Manifealo, 

8m76 
on Mr. Gladstone and the House of Lords, 

15/86 
Forwood (A. B.) onUnkmist Liberals and Ck>n* 

servatives. 13 w 7 / 
Found Dead— a Yoiing Man in the Thames below 

Lambeth Bridge, 24 a 5 e 
Fowler (H. U.) at Wolverhampton, SOalOd 

(R. N.) Boers and Bechuanaland, 2 a If 

on a Constitutional Question, I } 5 e 

on Mr. Healy and thu City Companiea, 

20a 4/ 
FRANCE :- 

Abolition of Titles of Nobility and Expul- 
sion of the Royal Princes Demanded. 10 / 6 « 

Academy PresenU to M. Chevoreul a 

Bronze Bust of himself on his iOOth Birthday, 
18 Ml 5 6 

and Annam, 27 a 8 d^-dOj 9 6 

M. Paul Bert, 21 m 6 e 



- Anniversary of Jeanne d'Arc Celebrated At 
Rouen. 2 ; 5 6 

Appert (General) Recall of, 12 a 5 e 

Appointments, 29 a 8 c— 5 m 7 a—26j 7 6 

Army System, Reforms in. 19 a 5 « 

New Bill, 20 m 5 e-26 m 5 6 

Fifth part of the History of, DetaUle juat 

Issued. 21 woe 
Boulanger (General) Notice of, 15 ; 3 s 

Budget. 1 n 5 6— 2 a 5 6 -27 m 5 r— 29 n 9 c 

Case of M. Vemeuil for Stabbing hU Wife's 



•22 a 6 e— 26 



^^educe^. 29 m 9 c 

— Census. 24 a 5 r — 24 ; 5 c 

— and China, 5 a 6 6—20 a 5 
o3s 

Parliamentary Paper on, 18 a 8 /* 

and Vatican, 30 a ft < -5 m 8 <— 7 ai 10 6 

— Church and State in 3 a 7 6 
of Mont St. Michel, Closing of, 167 5 c 



— and Corea. 8 ; 5 « 

— (^ourt News— Princess Amelie of Orleans 
leaves Eu for Paris, I3wj 5 6 

— Dccaz ville Strike, 31 w 6 a— 3 i 6 6-4; 10 

Trial nf the People who Murdered the 

Overseer. 1 6 y 5 r— 2 1 ; 6 c 

— l)is est^iblishment by Local Option, 28m5s 

— I'ivoree. Law of, in, 15 j 7 s 

— Eli'Ctions. 20 a 5 e— 3 m 5 d— 4 m 5 6 

— English Orphanage at Nettilly, Distribntion 
of Prizea. 24 ; 5 c 

— Exhibition of 1889, 5 a 5 e— 15 a 5 </ -19 a 



5s— 20ai5(/— 14; 54 

Committee^ Report on, 20 a 5 e 

Coni|>etition for Building. B m & d 

— Fatal Affray m Aliempting to Colts 



June ^0, )886.] 



PAUUBk'S IND&X to " THE TIMES'' NEW8PAPKB. 



Gag 



al 



(amtinued), 
PriTRte Chapel at La Combe, 10 a 7 </— 14 
r — 1» a^dit 0-23 a 8 €-'26 a9 f 

— Fetes in Paris given by Qeneral Blanco 
at the Grand Hulel, d m 7 6 

— and the Gaboon 29 ; 6 d 

— Germain (Henri), 16 ; 5 c 

— and Germany, 7 a 6 ^— 14 a 4 <r— 22 abe 
— I»»i7c 

— Home Rule for Paris, 10 ; 5 « 

— Hospitalite de Noit. 24 a 5 i* 
and Italy, 8 at 5 /— 7 ; 6 6 

— Labour Question in, 7 a 6 « 

— Legi'^lative Frooeedingp, 9 a 5 a — 12 a 5c 
->]9 a 5 e-21 a b ej— 22 a 5r 

Placarding Seditious Manifestoes Declared 



Illegal. 28 ; 5 e— 30 / 9 b 

Separation of Church and State, 2 J 5 b 

— Loan Discussion, 7 a 6 r— 21 a 6 d—Sm 6 d 

— Louis Philippe and his Queen, Monument 
to be Erected over the Kemains of, \5 j 3 d 

and Madagvcar, 6 aC h-.2S a 8 s—IS m 10 c 

— Military Balloon Establishment at Meudon, 
decree to Place, on a Permanent Footing, 21 
m b e 

— Miscellaneous News. 24 a 5 0— 26 a 8 s—S 
m 5 dS m 9 c— 14 m 7 6 

— and the New Hebrides, 23 M s 

— New Loan, 18 a 5 6—11 m 7 c— 12 m 6 6~ 
21 St 5 e 

— Orleans Princes, 22 m 9 €—24 m 6 6—26 m 
5 0-27 m 5 6—29 m 9 a-81 mbb 

Reception in Paris 8,000 Guests, 1 7 m 6 s 

Koyskl Marriage party leave for Liitbon, 

18 SI 5 6 

— Orleanists in, 27 8 c— 17 m 7 e— 20 mbd 
—21 m bd 

— Paris (Comte de) Interviewed, 1 1 ; 5 6 
Metropolitan Railway for, 5 a 6 « 

Monthly Trade in, 17 m 5 s 



— Potato, Centenary of its Introduction into 
France at Montdidier, 27 a 8 e 

— Prince Imperial, Anuusl Mass for, in Paris, 
2i5 6 

— Railways. 8 / 6 rf 

— Return of Foreign Trade in, 17 a 7 c 

— Revenue Returns. 8 a 6 c 

— Roche (Ernest) Sentence on, 38 m 5 

— Royal Pnnces Expulsion Bill, 12 j 7 a— 14 
>5if— 16 ;6tf— 17 ;6c— 17 > 6 c— 18 ; 6 r— 

19 ; 7 6-21 j b d— 22> 6 a— 28> 7 a— 24^ 5 a 
—25 ; 9 a 

Debate in the Legislatire Council on Ex- 

pelling, 28 m 6 a—\j 7 c— 2 j 6 6—8 ; 5 c— 4 
J 6 fl— 7 / 6 «- 8 ; 6 6-9 ; 6 tf — 1 1 ; 6 c 

Telegraph Inviting them to America, 8 



6a 



— ^ Princes leave France, 26 / 7 a— 29 i 6 6— 
80>9 6 

Population of, 15 ; 7 s 



— and Russia, 9 a 5 6—28 a 8 s- 8 m 9 c 

Salon. Award of Medal, 29 si 9 c 

— Sanitary Exhibition Organised, 10 m 6 6 
M. Pasteur in, 10 in 6 b 



— Scotch Church, Rue Bayard, the Painted 
Windows in, De«troyed in Malice, 27^ 5 6 

— Socialist Agitation in, 2U a 5 e 



France (continuetl\ 

and Spain, 26 o 8 e— 28 a be 

Statistics of Crime. 2SaBc 

Strikes. Arrest of Two Agitators, 6 a 5 6— 

7 " 5 e 

Strike at Lyons. Outrages, 10 m 6 a 

Theatrical News, 1 a b 6—2 a 5 6—8 abe 

— 9 o 5 6—16 a 5 c— 20 a 5 c— 8 m 9 c-25 m 5 
tf-l4/5c/-23;7 6 

and Tonquin, 6 a 6 6—17 a 12 6—20 abe 

—2/66 

Toulon, Vote for Sanitary Works at, 20 a 

be 

Tuileries, Proposal to erect a Memorial of 



the Kevolution of 1789 on the Site of, 27 m b e 
^— and the Vatican, 20 a 5 <— 14 m 10 s— 15 la 

lOe— 16 M 7 c— I8j6f 

anil Venezuela, 12 a 5 /— 17 o 12 6 

Warning to Travellers. 12 m 11 e 

Frankland (E.) on the Sewage of London, lAaBd 
Freeman (E. A.) on the Epirot Frontier, 29 a 7/ 
Freemasons— Half -Yearly Meeting of the Grand 

Lodge of Mark Masons. 25 m 4 /— 8i 9 / 

Installation by the Prince of Wales of the 

Duke of Connaught as the Provincial Grand 
Master of Sussex, at Brighton, 28 ; 9 f 

Quarterly Communication of the Grand 

Lodge, 29 a 6 / 

Convocation at Freemasons' Hall, 8 m 6 / 

Reception of the Indian and Colonial Free- 
masons at the Criterion, 24 ; 9 A 

French Embassy, 18 m 9 <— 16 j 9y— 25 ;' 14y 

I>eputies in England, 8 ; 6/ 

Newspapers, I4y 6 s 

Note on, 17/18// 

Press and English News, Note on, 12y II s 

Friendlv Societies, New BiU, 19 ni 18 6 

Funeral Reform, 24 m 9 c 

Funds, English and Foreign, ses eveiy day's -paper 

G. 

Gale, the, 1 a 5 <l 

at Valparaiso, 14^ 6/ 

Gallwey (P.) on Lord Robt. Montagu and Home 
Rule, 29 a 4 a 

Gardiner ( W.) Co., on the Freight *<Ring" in the 
Australian Trade, 24 a 11 a -20 ai 11 6— 7/ 
116 

Gun and Ammunition Company, 28 i 18 6 

Gardyne( Bruce) on thePhilad^phia and Reading 
RaUway. 2 ; 1 1 6 

Garibaldi, Anniversary of the Death of. Cele- 
brated in Rome, 8 ; 6 6 

Garrick c J. F.) on the North Queensland Separ- 
ation Movement, 25^' 16 d 

Garwood (A. £.) Red Sea Petroleum, 8 m 7 e 

OAS:— 

Bahia,20m 11 d 

Bombay, 29 a 1 1 </ 

Buenos Ay res, New, 25 m 12 a 

0>mroercial, 8 a 12 6—21 a \\ d 

Georgetown (British Guiana), 5 m 18 cf 

Imperial Continental, 15 a 11 c — bj 9 6 

Malta and Mediterranean, 4; 11 c— 17; 11 e 

Mauritius, 13 m 11 e 

Montevideo, 27 m \\ d 

Ottoman, 1 a 10 s 

43 



Gad 



PAL2ftEU^S IKdkX to '^Tii£ tlflKS ^^ NKWSE^AP^Rk 



[April 1 to 



Oas {rDntiiiw'), 

Prtra, UaW h 

Uio dH Janeiro, B a 12 «~22 a U d 

San rAulo» 2 a 1 1 c 

Singapore, 28 a 1 1 € 

State of Sliares in Companies, see eoer^ 

day* a pajuwr 
Oeneral Credit and Discount Company, 28 w 10 / 
Life and Fire Assurancu Company, 15 m 18 6 

^20 m\\ d 

MediciU Council. 21 ci 12 s 

^Geographical Exhibition at Dresden. 29 a 6 <? 
iJerman Agricultural Society at Dresden, 8U ; 9 b 
Embassy. 7 a 10 e— 7 m 9/ 

Hospital DalstoD, 4 1st Anniversary Dinner, 

8m Hd 
tl^EBMANT:— 

Appointments, 18 m 5 A 

Berlin. English Nobility in, 22 a 5 e 

> .-■ Crown Prince of Japan in 22 / 5 A 

Equestrian Statue of the lata King Un* 
▼eiled iu Berlin, 26 m 6 c~ll job 

Fine Art Exhibition. Formal Opening of, 



by the Emperor, 24 m tf <* 

Forty -eight hours Notice of any Meeting 



in, to be given to the Police, 16 »i 7 6~ 1 9 m 7 8 

Home for British Governesses in. Meeting to 

Establish, 2^mbd 

Proposed Seminary University in, 29 a 5 c 



Bismarck (Prince) his 71st Birthday, 2 a 6 

c— 8 o 7 r 

another Grandchild, for, 18 w 6 c 

■ Notice about, 21 mb b 
(Count) Illness of , 80 a 5 d— 1 m 7 6— 5 



0176 

— Bremen, Fetes at, 30 ; 9 A 
Colonial Association of, Purchase the Vitu 

Territory in the East Coast of Africa of the 

Brothers Denhardt. 28 ; 7 </ 

Bank, Meeting of Bankers and Merchants 



to Found. 29 ; 5 6 
Court News, 1 a 6 c— 2 a 6 c— 28 a 6 rf— 80 

a 5 1^—17 m dy-2l m 6 *— 18; 6c— 21 f 6 «— 

29 o 6 A 

Crown Princess Leaves for London, 1 m 7 6 

Health of the Crown Princess, 8 a 7 o^ 

babf 

Prince, 17 a 1 1 / 



lUness of the Princesses Sophia and Mar- 
garet and Prince Henry with Measles, 8 a 6 if 
--16 a b 0—26 a 8 /— 29 abc 

the Pope and the Emperor, 1 m 7 c 

Review by the Emperor, 22 m 9 6 

State Banquet, 81 mb t 



Currency Question. 14 a 12 c 
Emigration Returns, 7> 6 s 
Floods in, 23 ; 7 rf— 24 j 6 d 
and France. 16 a b 6-80 a 5 d 
Good Friday, 24 a 6 /f 
— and Great Britain, 4 m 6 c 
International Art Exhibition 



in Berlin, 
Notices about. 8 a 7 0— 18 a 6 6—16 / 8 d 

Kunstlerfest. Great Festival of the Berlin 

Artist's Association, 26 ; 7 r— 29 ; 5 6 

L*Avant-garde Republicaine, Speechmak- 

ing at, 1 2 o 6 < 

Legialative Proceedings, 2 a 5 6—3 « 7 c— 



1 1 



Germany {contimmd)^ 

5 a » /— 6 o 6 c~7a 6 r~9 a 6 6— 12 a&e — 16 

« 5 6-27 1 8</— 17 m 5 r — 18 m 5 6— 22 m% e 

— 26 i»f 5 (*— 29 m 9 6—9 / 5 d 
Literary ('onvention Great BritAin. 28 / 

6e 
Mail Service to the East. 29 ;' 5 r 

May Laws, 13 a o 6 — 14 a 7 a— 8 m 5 d — ft 

III 9 r — II •»! 7 r— 8 ; 6 c 

MiBO(>ll.'in^na News. 1 a 8 h — 16 a 6 6 — SL 

Q 6 '/-7 m 6c 10;6<f^l7 76« 

Posen ^ Abp.) Enthronement of, 9 / 6 </ 

- Postal New Arrtingeraents, 10 ; 5 ^ 
Public l>ebt, 18 m 6 c 

and Koumania, 24 1 6 e 

Royal Academy of Arts, New Members 

Elected, 8 n 7 a 
Spirit Taxation Bill. 7 ; 6 s 

Theatrical News, 4 ; 6 6-6 ; 9 c— IS j Ze 

—24 ; 6 d 

and Tanganyika Region. 19 a 6 « 

Terrible Storm atCrossen, and Iinmenae 

Damage and Deaths, 1 7 m 5 6 

— Tornado in the Wetabar District Great 

Damaire. 26 w 10 /* 
and the Vatican, 8<i7c— 10a76 & d^\ 4 

a 7 a— 16 a 10 e— 26 a 8/-28 o 6 cf- 5 m 7 6 

— 6 m 6 e—W ml e 
Gibbs (James) Lecture on Archieology in India« 

6a9e 
Gibraltar. News about, 81 m66 
Gien (M. de) Movement of. 21 m B« 
Giffen (R) on Alleged Over-^Taxation in Ireland, 

12a8r-29 a%d 
on the Progress of the Working Claasea, 80 

a 4 a 
Gilroore (Parker) on Fish Cultnre in Great 

BriUin, 14 a 16 e 
Girls* Club and Home. 27 m 10 e 
Gladstone (A. J.) on the Nattoaal Physical 

Recreation Society, 14 ; 6 a 
at Leeds, tt i \\ J 

(Mrs.) Letter in Support of Mr. Agnew'a 

Candidature. 30 ; 10 /' 

Gladstone ( Rt. Hon. W. E.) and Birmtnghaoi, 

28/ 11 e 

and Burke. Notes on, 16/7 c— S9 /lis 

and Mr. Caine. 21 ; 6 c— 22 7 10/ 

and Lord Frederick Cavendish, 24 ; 10 / 

and Mr. Chamberlain. 7 a 10 /— 28; 8 b 

and Lord R. Churchill. 24 m 4 i9 

and Coercion between 1800 and 1882, Note 

on, 22 a 8 c 
Mr. Jesse Ceilings on his Irish Policy, iQ 

al h 

on Conservative Home Rule, 80 ; 10 / 

and Abp. Croke, 8 m 8 / 

- — Dinner, Party, 13 m 9 e 

in Edinburgh. 19 ; 8 a— 21 ;' 6 e 

at the Edinburgh International Bzkibition, 

22 9 11 r 
a FUw in his Irish Finance, M « 10 «r 

- at Glasgow, 28 ; 8 a 

- Government and the Waverers, 14/ 18 * 

his Great Speech, 14 a 12 tf 

Lord Grey on his Manfiesto, 6 m 8 /* 

- at Hawarden, 26 u 7y— 24/ 7/ 



Juie 30, 1S86.] palmer's index to " the times ** NKWsrAi'EK. 



6xe 



GUdstone (Rt Hon. W. E.) and the Uou«e of 

Lords. 16 ; S A 
<— in Lancashire, 28 ; 6 e 

Letter to Mr. Bright. 28 ; 6 <? 

— to the ReT. J. Hirst, 11 ; 10 c 

to l>r. Fijster. 2« ; 11 / 

— ^ and Libeml Party, 8 m 7 e~l4 m 10 A 

at Liverpool. '^S* ; 1 1 a 

-— and L(»rd Lyndhnrst, Note on. 19 a 9 '/ 

at Manchester. 21 ; ti c^2ii ; 8 a 

Manifesto to the Electors of Mid-Lothian, 

4 jnoiZ-U; 9/ 

Notes on. 6 m 8/— 8 m 7 6—10 / 8 6—1 1 ; 



{ Goss (Sir John) MeinoriMl to, 11 m a 
Gu^emnietit of Ireland Bill *«« Home Rulb 
Government Whip, on tlie Prime Minister and the- 

Irish Bill. 17/5/ 
GiHnville ( Karl) on Home Rate. 15 /i 10 a 
Health of, 97 «i </-10> 7 d-19 j U /— 29 

;9</ 



lau— 14; 18 <i 

the Vienna Press on. 17 1 6 c 



■ Meeting at the Foreign Office of his Sup- 
porters, 27 M 7 a 

Note on, 27 n 7 a 

.^at Mid Lothian, 22; 10 a— 28 ;7 s— 24j 

10/ 
and Mr. Moulton. Correspondence hetweeo, 

on Home Rule, 6 ; 12 e 

- — MoTeroents of. 18 a 5 c— 14 a 12 6 -19 a 9 
/— 24 a 5 /— 7 / ti e- 10 I 9 e— 25 ; 10 r 

— and the Natlonsl Radical Union, Note on, 
22/ 9/ 

1—*- Next Step Note on, 19 m 15 • 

Notes on. 27 a G 6 

<— Priiphecy about Himself. 18 a 10 a 

Piosper Meriuiee on. 6 m 7 / 

«— and the PruTincial Pres<i. 18 in 5 e 
— — Questions to, by R. Maefle. 24 7 10/ 
and Lord Salii*lmry, M) t 15 A* 

and Scotch Dis- establishment, 8 a 11/ 

Strategy, Note on, 16 ; 5 *y 

Visit to Edinburgh, 16/7^-U/ 10 6 

-— » Scene! nt the Stations at which the Train 

Stopped, 18; lO') 

— and the Uuke of Westminster, 28 / 4 / 
«— VVbat has Caused his New Departure, 8 ni 

7r 
Glasgow and T^ondon Insurance Company, 
AnnuHl Report. 8 ci 1 2 « 

— University, Winter Session. 8 w 5 / 

— GioMg (Lt. Gen. A, R.) Military Correspon* 
dents and the Press, 28 a 6 / 

Glass Makers of Charleroi, 8 i/< 6 a 
Golddbrough & Co.. Su 11 0— 17 a 18 c 
Good Friday, Ancient Customs. 24 a 9 / 
*— in the Churches, &c., 24 « lO ' 

Concerts, 20 a 5 c 

Gordon (Gen.) Farewell— Telegram of , 4 w 10/ 
Boys' Home, 6 mJ b^li m \'6 c— 29 mHH 

■ Opening of. 10 m 10 a 

the Prince of Wales on, 28 / 9 a 

Monument to, in St. Paul's. 18 'm 9 /— 21 

m9€ 

Goschen (Rt. Hon. G. J.^ Address to his Electors, 

18 ; 9 / 

at Darlington. 22 /11a 

-i — in Edinburgh, 1 m 7 u— 8 m 10 a— 24 ; 7 d 

—25 ; 14 6—28 / 1 1 d -30 / 14 d 

— at iieedt, 5 m 7 d 
•>— - at Newcastle. 28; 8 « 

— Note on. 29 ; 1 i « 

*— and Mr. Plnuket at Preston, on Home Rule, 
6«6a 



- at Manchester. H m 10 a 



Granville's (Lady) Reception. 17 m 9 s 

Gray's Inn, Grand Day, 24 m 7 6-^3 / G s— 1 1 
/ll r 

New Benchers. 7 i 9 / 

Great Northern c.eniral Hospital, Bazaar in Aid 
of, 2G « 4 / 

Steam Jihip Company, 18 m 1 1 d — 8 ; 1 1 </ 

OAEEGE :— 

Blockailed by the Allied Fleets, 10 m 5 a 

■ Note Announcing it to the Greek Govern- 
ment, 1 m 6 c 

Called on by the Powers to Disarr.i, 1 7 a 7 & 

—20 a 6 a 

Keply of the Government, 17o 12 6—1 ml a 

Connict between Austrians and Greeks at 

Sldathos, 18 w 6 o 

I curt News, 28 j 5 / 

— ^ Decrf*e ordering Disbandment of 50, 1 00 Men, 
25 m 5 a ->26 m 5 a 

M. Delyanni's Policy, 20 n 5 a 

— RcMgiis. 10 m 5 a & d — 12 m 5 a 
and Egypt, 24 ; 5 s 

Elections, 1 1 m 7 a 

the Epirot Frontier. Note on, 29 a 7 / 



— Explorations at MycensB and Tiryns, 24 a 
10 a— 29 a 4#i-23; 4 a 

— Kiitra Taken by the Turks, 25 m 5 a 

— Legislative Proceedings. 1 1 m 7 a— 15 m 7 
a— 20 m 5 a— 21 m 5 a— 14 / 6 /— 16i 7 6—18 
79e 

— ' Miscellaneous New, 2 a 5 a— 16 a 5 o— 28 a 
6 a— 29 a u— 3u a 5 a — 1 m 7 a-^ m 8 a— 4 
ai 5 a— 6 « 7 a— 6 m 6 a— 7 in 6 a— 8 m 9 a— 
10 tti 5 a— 18 m 5 a — 14 m 5 a— 17 m 5 a— 18 
w 5 a — 19 m 7 a— 20iii 5 a— 22 m 9 a— 24 m 5 
a— 26 m 5 a— 28 m 6 o— 10;5«— 11/ 10 e— 15 
j3/-— 19/7 d— 24/5 « 

— New Ministry, 12 m 5 a— 18 m 5 a— 22m 9 a 

— Paper on the Homeric House at Tiryns. 1 1 
M 6 e 

— and the Powers, 18 m 9 #—14 m 10 d 
■ and Franoe, 15 m 7 a 

Parlirtmentsry Paper on, 12 m 12 a 



'Raising the Blockade, the Great Powera 

Sign a Note Announcing. 8 ? 10 s 

the Tombs of Myoenos. Notes on, 8 m 6 f-^ 

29 m 5 ti 

— and the Treaty of Beriin. 28 a 6 c — 1 ml 1/ 
and Turkey, 1 7 « 7 a —3 m 5 */— 17 ; 10 c? 

— Ultimatum of the Great Powers to Demand 
Disarmament. 27 a 3 a— 28 a 5 a— 6 •« 5 fr 
■ Keply of the Government to, 1 m 7 a 
Greek Crisis, 5 a 8 a— 24 o 10 f— 27 o 8 a— 29 '• 
7 d-B mi a— 7 m 12 a— 1 1 m 15 a— I > 16 •-» 
676fl 

Notes, 1 1 m I 5 6 

End of, 10/ 12 a 

M# Eastbrn 

Minister, 10 m 9 if 

44 



6re 



PALMKR*S INDEX TO " THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[April I to 



Green & Co. Shipbuilders of Black wall formed 

into a Company, 8 o 1 1 c 
Oreenall (.1. F.)on the Late Lord Ranelagh, 24 

aSh 
Grey (Albert) Addreas to his Electora, 22 ; 1 1 / 

(Lord) on Mr. Glad8tone*ts Scheme, 30 a 8 a 

on Mr. Gladstone*! Manifesto, H m «H / 

Grierson (J.) on the Uailway. and Canal Traffic 

Bill, 5 m 5 e 
(John) on the Railways and the Public, 19 

a 9 e 
Griffiths (R. F.) on the Infants Bill. 28 a 9 e 
Grocers* C'oiupany, Freedom of, Conferred on the 

Marquis of Salisbury, li w II d^Sl m 7 d 
Grove ((leo.) on the *<the Dream of St Jerome, 

16.; 12 6—28; 18 6 
Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Company, 1 1 

m 13 6—8 ; i 1 6 
Guibert (Card. Abp.)on the Church and State in 

France, 8 a 7 6 
Guild of Co-Operators, Annual Meeting. 1 7 m 9 il 
Guildhall, Ball in Honour of the Indian and 

Colonial Commissioners at, 26 / 11/ 

Colonial Recepton at, 6 ; 18 / 

Guillaume (A.) on the Peruvian Bond, A m \\ d 
Gun Trade, Annual Meeting at Brimingham, 5 m 

11 d 

H. 
Hackney College, Laying the Foundation Stone 

of the New Building, 18 m 12 c 
Haggard (H. R.) on the Land Question. 28 a 4 a 
Uaig (C. R.) on the Anglo- Spanish Convention, 

11; 18 6 
H alley bury College, Speech Day, 24 ; 1 1 / 
Hailstorm, DetructivCy <it Lu^no, i* i 6 a 
Hallett (H. S.) on Da,.uity in Upper Burmah, 28 

; 16./ 
Hamer (J.) on the Sanitary Condition of Clerken- 

well, 28 a 4 6 
Hamilton (Lt. Col. G. R.) a Hint to British 

Legislators, 24 a 4/ 
^^ (Andrew) on the East End Emigration Fund 

Stranded. 22 m 8 6 

— (E. C.) Religious Intolerance in Ireland, 23 
j 6 a 

— (J. F.) on a Scotch Liberal Association and 
Home Rule, 14 m ]S d 

■ 1 Lord (jieo.) at Bristol, 27 m 7 e 

-^— at ('Cambridge. 7 ; 6 « 

on pHrnell o. Parnell. 29 ; 8 a 

Hammersmith, Note on a Public Park for, 28 a 

11/ 
Hampstead. Bazaar in Aid of the Good Sh^herd 

Chun:h. 21 w 11 </ 

Heath Note on, 6 a 5 /* 

Hand in Hand Fire and Life Insurance Society, 

28 (I 1 1 6 
Harcourt (Sir Wm.) and the * 'Three Acres and 

a Cow," Note on, 14 « 5 a 

at Derby. 26/ 14y . 

on Irish History, 10 ; 10 <? 

— on Mr. Lecky and GrAttan*s Parliament, 4 
; 10 rf— 7 ; 8 e—S j 10 c/— 9 / 8 6 

and Sir F. MUner. \Qa5d-20aSa 

— or Prorogation or Adjournment, 81 m 7 c 

— and Mr. Roe, joint Address to thwr Electors, 
19> 12 e 

40 



HanninjKton (Bp.) Murder of, 16 a 10 6—5 / 16 «a 
Hardy ( Thoa.) on Lottery Building Societies, 2H 

a 4 / 
Harkin (Peter) on the SUte of Ireland. I ; 4 e 
Harrow Scliool, a Benefactor of , 8 a 6 6 

Exsminations, 20 a 6a 

Speech Day. 2 / 10 o 

Scholarships. 23 « 9 / 

Uartington (Lord) on Irish Policy, 3 a 11/ 

at Bradford. 19 «i 1 1 / 

in Edinburgh, 1 mid 

Mr. Gladstone and Lord F. (Cavendish, 24 / 

\0f 

at GUsffOw, 26 ; 8 6 

Lancashire Liberals Address to, 18 m 10 cf 



at Manchester. 25 ; \5 d 

Manifesto, 17 9 9s 

Movements of, ^23 ; 1 1 s 

at Paisley. 28 / II a 

at Rossendale, 26.; 15 a 

^— on Home Rule, 27 o 5 a 

on Technical Education, 20 m 5 s 

Hartington (Lord) at Sheffield. 29 i 5 c 

Hartlepools Slii(x>wners* Association, 19 a 8 6 

Haw lii. Proposed Sale of, 12 f'Td 

Hayling Common. 10 w 8 /— 1 1 m 13 c 

Note on 1 1 im i 3 

Health. Registrar-Generars Weekly Returns, 
1 a 4 «— 8 a 9 e-16 « 4 /— 22 a 9 /*— 3il a 6 /* 
—6 M 4 /-14 m 18 a— 21 m 4 s— 26 m 8 rf-4 ; 
4 4—1114/— 23/6/ 

of Venice, 28 m 7 e 

of Woolwich. 6 ml d 

Healy (— ) and the Citv Companies. Note on, 20 

a4/ 

on the Returning Officers Bill, 19 ; 8 / 

and Capt. O'Shea 17 w 7 a— 18 m 10 /— 19 

m 7 « 
Hellenic Society, Annual Meeting, 28 ; 18 6 

Notice alMJUt, 29 ; 4 / 

Papers Rend before. 1 1 m 5 s 

Henderson (Sir E.) Testimonial to. 10 ; 10/ 
HeneAge (E.' on the Irish Bills. \ m\lc 
Henry (Mitchell) on the Irish Difficulty and the 

Remedy. 28 « 3 rf 
, Heron (^J. M.)on the Case "Gates v. Maxwell 

Heron." 3 a 7 s 
Herz (Dr. C.) Notice ab<mt. 6 f» 9 /" 
Hessey ( \rchdn.) on Lord Bramwell and the 

Deceased Wife's Sister (Question, 26 m 10 /— 

27 M 10 d 

Heygate (F. W.) on the Act of Union, 29a 1 1 / 
Hibbert Lecture*, 6 m 5 l> -8 m 4 /—I I m 6./— 

14 w 13 « -22 III 7 rf— 28 m 3 6—1 ; 4 s 
Hicks-Beach (Sir M.) Address to his Electors, 

21 ; 6 i. 

at Bristol, 24 ; 7 a 

on Home Rule. 29 a 5/— 80 al a 

High Water at London Bridge, sse every daft 

yiper, after Ship News 
Highland Crofters nee Scottish 

Society of London, Meeting. 30 a 7 a 

Highwavnian*s Law Suit. 21 a 9 /' 

Holland'( T. E.) on Greece and Treaty of Berlin, 

28 a 6 c— 1 mil/ 

(S.) oa Indian Judicial Appointmentu, t^f 

4e 



•T4ine .^, 1886.J 



PALai«R'8 INtyRX .TO " THB TIRtlCS ** WKWSPiLPWR. 



Hom 



HOLLAND : - 

~ — American Prpss on, 9 ; 5 a 

Continental Press on. 9 ; 6 a^lO } 5 a 

Elections, 15 I 7 «— 17; lOrf— 18;oc 

Great Works In, 7 a 54 

- — Legitlntive Proceedings, 10 a 7 o — 3 m 5 s 

Meeting in ChieAtfo in Fnvour of, 27 m a e 

.ViiiKX'Ldneous Newn 2'6 a 2i o-^2\t a.br^lS 

w 6 e 

Resignation of the Ministry, 14 a I2r— 16 

« 5 c— 29 iM 14/ 

«— Sqcmlisis in. 10 > be 

KtHke M 6 a 5 // 

f iolloway ("cjlle^e. to be Stylet^ the Koyal Uullo- 
way CuIieKe. \*i i A^i e 

Opening of. by the Queen. 14 m 4 e 

Holmes (Dr. O. W.; MoveinenU, &c. of, II m 12 

s— 12 M a e 

and the St. George's Chih, 24 m 6 c 

JHome for Pac^tory Women. 11 m \J e 

- if or Lost and Starving I>og8, Annual Meet<- 
ing, 2 a 13^ 

- and Koreign Iivre^tnient and Agency Com- 
pany. 15 J 9 II 

HOMdBOLE:— 

Act of Uui«.n. Note on. 29 n II /' 

After the Divi^'ion, Note on, 3 ; 6 d 

^— and the Aniericao Congress. 12 « 5 « 

Ameriain Opinioii, 8 mi 7 /— 3 il r 

* Arming m Lister, Vote on. 2(> a K A 

Mr. Maithew Arnold on. 22 m id / 

Mr. Arnott on. I / l(i^ 

- Lord A^bltonrne on^ 15 o 7 6 
' and AttstrsiUA. 15 j >♦ / 

Mr. Badvn- Powell on the Union, r> m |.">r-^ 

8 «w 8 r 
. and tlie Re. fast Kiots, 15 j 8 «/ 

Bill. Notices about. 7 w » / 

Mr. James Hlaine's InflnmiuiitiKy Speech 

on at Portland. 3 ' 5 /i — 4 / 5 // 

- British Statesmen o:»^ ^ a \i) d 

Lord Bramwt^li on. h'M 10'- 

« and the rubintst. 1 w 9 / — iU w 9« 

and Csuada. 12 im 8 r/— 4 / in e — Mi > 4 r 

and Mt. (Miamhcrlain 8 m 12 «— 21 u, \\\ a 

at BimiinKhHin on, 22 ti I i •# 

and the Second lU'^idintf. 7 / 8 /# 



— Mr. Childer!( on Tilt and the lii>h I'.iilia. 
Mient, 1 ; 4 ff 

— and Lord K. CbnrttbiU. Ji« w 4 / 
at the Banquet of tju* Heai'tm^fii'ld i'Juh. 



15a 7 6 

Circular by the Liltenil Com.nittee on, 11 

a Id 

City Libcmls and Hume KuK*. 21 n H a 

■ ■ Jjord CI lie on the Union. .' • » 7 tt 
««—• from M Connnerrial tiiiul)NMnt. 25 m 8 o 

- - and the i onsfi vaiivetf, 8 o \i a 

-*— the Constitutional Closure*, in /8 r — 14 i An 

— 15 J 5 / 
— ^ the (Continental Press oo, 10 a 7 " — 12 c 5 

/)— J4 'I 7 r 

(^ount Beust on. 2 a 13 a 

■% Debate. Notice nb mi t. 27 m 7 fi 

Dem nstraiion of C^rHnyiMUtto, at IJi'lfant to 

Protest agaiMt, 27 a 4 c 



Home Rale ( nniinufd). 

DeputaiioiiM. 8 a i> -i 

Diviniiiu, Scene in (he fToase, 8 / 9 A 

and the Late .Mr. Fawcett. 4 ; 10 6 

KiiiHitcial Dnngersof, 11 m 16 4 

Frenoh Dpinion on. 8 m 18 /* 

Prc-s on. rt a 5 a— 20 a 5 a 



— Mr. (ilndHioiie on Conservative Home Hule, 

30/ lo f 

and Coonim between 1800 and I83i, 22 



<«-8 f 



o • Fhw ill his Finance, 24 a 10 il 
and Lord SMlinbury. 30 ; 15 / 



- Govfinint'nt Bill, Notes and Notices abonc, 
in ,1 12 rr— 12 a 6 b— 13 a :» ./— U <i 12 
♦/-I5</ \i) h-\tl a 10 ri~l7 t ill •/— 19 ,1 7 a 

— < » «* 7 »f -21 ft 5 /— 21 n (? it -22 n 7 a— 1^3 
n 4 r -24 '/ 10 /»-2i; o i dA f -27 n 4 /--28 <i 
7 #/ -28 '/ H /, 211 a 6 « -2.» .» lo A--30 nO d — 
I Ml 1 1 /— 3 m 9 /-4 w 7 / — «» w •'» «-7 m 10 '> 

- 8 /w 14 c- 10 w 7 «— 1 1 in 13 /— 12 m 5 /— 
I3/« o .— 14 la lOd-15 /« 7 / -I7»i9/-I8 
M 5 *•— 21 w 8 <! -2»> m in « -27 m 7 6—28 w 7 
/-•«!♦ w 13 r— 31 Ml 0*' -31 /Mil /•— 1 /6 e— 2 
1 HI //— 7 / «; fl— 23 / 5 «i 

(ioverninent VVIup on the Prime Minister 

and the Iri^h Milld. 17 / :• /' 

• — iivH-HitaiTs Parliament. Note on, 4 ;' 10 d 

- K:irl (Irsn villi' on. 15 n hi a 

I he lireat Bribe. 2ti w G A 

Lord virey on. 3ti // 8 a 

Liinj llartin::ton oa, 27 u 5 a 

^ Mr. \|jcth»ai Henry on, 28 n 3 d 

Pnnfepsor Hnxlev on. 13 and 

l<oid Iddesh'i^h on Mr. Gladstone*8 HilU, 

27 II *: a 

- Iiuportant Point i.», from the Foi'tniyhtftf 

I idia and ihe •* One. Man Policy,'* 28 /i 5 / 

iinil IrL-^h InteriMi^. i\ m :> / 

and the Naiioial Le:igue of Great Britain, 

H aWh 

- — Irish Opinion on, 27 in7 n 

— I'arliatueiitary Party and, 8 a 6 5 

and the Irish Iloiuun UatbuUcs, \bj 8 /->I7 

/6 // 

and the frinh Wond, 20 w 10 a 

ami Lancashire. 2ti >t 10 c 

Liberals, 18 m 10 n 

Mr. I^atham and hi^ Constituents. 1/11 / 

and Libcr.il A«sociatioos. 30 ii 12 d 

Colon! il View of. Note on. 16 a 9/ 

and Liberals. 2 o 5 «/ — 10 in (J d— 21 »i 10 a 

Marquis of Lome on, 27 a 7 s 

I^rd Mncaulay on the Repeal of the Union, 

24a 4 f 

Meetin'TS about. 12 a 6 b— 13 a 5 rf--l4 a 

12 d -15 a 10 /> — !<></ lOn- 17 a 10 </— I9rt 7 
« — 20 o 7 «— 21 u <S rt— 22 a 7 n— 23 a 4 r— 2* 
a 10 A— 26 a 4 //— 27 a 4 Z"— 2«< a 7 (1-29 a 6 a 
—29 <i 10 /— 30 u iw/- 1 m 11 /— 3 la 9 /— K ,n 
10 tf-4 la 7/— « M 5 e-7 im 10 6—8 w 14 r— 
10 wi 7 II— 11 m \:i / — 12 /« 5 /- 18 w Gr-.4 
7a 10 <f - 15 m 7 / 17 w 9 / -18 ,n 5 «-20 i7< M 

/— 21 m 8 / -24 ut 11 /— 25 m S A— 26 /a 10 u — 
27 »» 7 A— 28 HI 7 / - 29 w 13 / -3! Mt 6 'i— 1> 
18 A— 2 / 10 ci— 3 ; 6 (i-4j lu s~5 ; 12 e 
47 



Hpm 



PALlfRK*S INDKX TO 



" THB TIMES " NKWSrAPER. 



[April I to 



Home Sule ( ontinu^d\ 

Mi^e intf nt Belfast. 1 m 9 / 

n in the Assembly Hr)()in.«, Alton. Lqrd 

>iorthbr(K)k and Lurd Skiborne at, 6 m 10 a 

Rt HrHdfoid. Lord Hartingron at, 19 /m 11 /* 

in the City of London again :it, 8 a 12 d — 

21 u 8ri 
of I he ronservRtlye Leaders qm, IQ a 12r 

- Con^ritutioiitil UniQii at St. James's Hall, 
6 /« in c-H HI 15 /' 

in Kdinburgh. Mr. Cflmpbell-Uannerinan 



at. 6 /« 9 / 

Lord Hnrtington and Mr. Goschen at, 



1 m 7f/ 

at the Foreiffn Office. 27 m 7 a— 2d mlCa 

Notes on, 27 vi 7 a— 29 w 12 « 

— at liliusgo^, ihe Uuku oi Argyll at, 22 a 



7 a 



Mr. Morley at, 1 m 9 a 
and Uiot, ^4 a » /* 



at Her Majt><Hty*B Uper^ House, 12 a 6 6 

— ]o a a a 

— — at Kennioi^ron for. .5 « 6 «/ 

-r — in Lanciisliire, Sir U. Ooss at, 30 a 6 

at Lei'ds. 5 m 7 d 

at Linlceard. <^') n 6 *i 

at Liv4'r|M><»l^ 22 n (» f, 

in the Lobby of ilio H<)u<e ftf Mr. Cham- 



berlat *8 SupporitT:*. I ; i.> '• 

of the l..oiidon Liben|l HiiJiail Coi^ncilon, 



liS m 1(» h 

at Mnnclu'ster. L()rd Granville iit. S m 10 a 

of the Na'igniil Lea)(Ue, in iJublin, 19 m 



J2f 



at Niwcasille. 22 If {\ ff 

Ht IMynioiilh ;^i) r( \'lti 

at Predion, 12 »# ♦» '• -H m ^ n 

a St. •laine't'a HmII. 23 n r> a 

in Su|)f»ort of the Metropolitan Candi- 



dates. 24 / 10 II 
Ht Sheffield. 29 w fi r 



8 



at Wolverh in^pton 30 n 10 »/ 

and Milit'iry Liiwr. N^te im, 23 '/6 a 

Lord Kobt. McmtaKU on. o m 15 / 

— : Note oil. 29 II 4 a 

- Alf. Mtnley's •• uutice of Fact," Note on^ 
III 7 / 

-1- and tl^e >taliqi)flli^ts. \\\ Dublin, 15 a 10 d 

- Lor«l Norioii on 29 a 10 u 

No.eH otj, I 1/ t; r-8 <i II /— 19 a 5 f^'^tO n 

lU </— 2-1 /« I I /— 21 a H 11—21 ri 8 /» & t--23« 
1 1 (I 24 rt 4 « -27 n <) 6 27 ti 8 /> & e— 27 o 9 

^—28 u 7 ./-.2H a 9 /-28 n IQ« -I w 12 c— 5 
Ki 6 <i— 5 n{ H» rt— 5 Mi 15 r— 8 /« 7 c — 10 w 10 
(7—1 1 in \i\ r—M m 7 « — 19 m 15 ^-20 mi 6 6 
— 20 tu 9 /— 29 /M ."> /-29 ,M Ct a & / — I t 6 /— 
1 / la />— I lu k; ir— 3 / « d-d J 7 /— 4 J 10 e - 
6 / G '• & i~5 / 13 c -7 / (> A - 1 1 ; 4 /— 15 / 5 e 
-24 / 9 t 
~ — l^«tiiii>n to Both Houses of Parliatr^cint 
9j{iUi><t. (ii\:n tl^e ( 'ity o( Lq id(»u. 8 « 11 r 

- Uertl Danger Ahi^ad. 2{ote on. 5 n 15 // 

Itev'on^t ruction Distinction. \ote on 9 i 7 f 

and Keluioii?* rolerntion. Note o 1. 29 m 5 6 

the Qu"en*s Anive Movements, her Con- 

(ribuiiou against fro.u the United Irthnd, 28 
m ^ a 



Home Bale {rontmufd). 

- and (he Khodi* Island LegiMatare, 16 a 5 6 

Mnjor Saunderson on. 8 u G « 

- Scenes Outside the liouFe, 8 a a— 9 a 9 a 
and the Scotch Liberal Associations, 1 1 m 

6r~14Mi \Sd 

Association for Scotland, 30 a 7 / 

and Scotland. 29 a 5 e— 27 m 8 o~29 mB a 

Lord Selborne on. 23 a t) q— 3 m 10 9 

the Spesker on. 5 7 12 c 

and Earl Spencer. 28 a dt r— 5. mS n 

Key. C. H. Spurgeon on, 28 m 5 «— 3 ; « 

lit, Hon. E. Stanhope on, 29 a 5 d 

- Sir James Stephen on th« Irish Bills, 29 et 
8 6 — 1 m i2 d 

Text of Mr. Gladstone's Bill, 16 a 3 J 

Mr. Trevelyau on. t» m lid 

" The 343," Note on, 1 1 ; l^ c 

and Ulster, 2 a 4 /-22 n 8 a— 28 a 12 « — 

14 7;;. I3e-r.) Ml 4f &y— 27 m I2(i 

Under which Flag. t9 w 4 /" 

Value of Lord Spencer's Support. 20 a II f 

Vote on Second Beading, Note on, 17 w 74 

Lord WoUeley on. 12 it tih 

Homeoifor L^tle Boys? Bazaar in Aid of, l\ vi 

13' 
Hood (Adm. A. W. A.) on th^ iVi7« and the. 

Trufutgar, 22 m 6 a 

on Side Armour in Ships of War 3) / 20 e 

Hope (Lt.-C'ol. \V.) on the Ordnance Inquiry, 2fr 

j'ii u 
— ^ an the 43-Ton Qun. (% «♦ 5 9 
Hopkins (John) oil the Chili an I Peruvian Bonda, 

27 Ml 11 h 
Hopps M. P.) on Lord R. Churchill and Civ i^ 

Wnr. 13 m 8 c 
Horiiiiby and Sons , Ljaiited), 3/11 d 
Horse Show in Paris. 15 n 5 // 

Cart-Horss Pnradein Battersea Park, 15 /9 « 

at the Aifricultural HaH 18 mi lU /— 31 ih, 

11 /'-T/ H\d 
— Royal Visit to. ai9/ 
Hospitals Association. Annual .Meeting, 15 a 5y 

Exemption of, from Rate-*, 4 ; lo/ 

Saturday Fund, 3 m (» e— 24 m 7 e 

Sunday Fund. 10 a 5 d—6 m 14 c— 3.1 w fi« 

— \tXJ 12//— 19 / 11'/ 

Collection^ at the Churchers, Ac, 28 j 10 

11—29 I 4 e— 29 / 9 «— 3i) / 10 A 

the Duke of Cambridge and Marquis of 



Salisbury at Stratford Town Hall to Aitl, 28 
/ 10 o 

Matinee at the Gaiety Theatre to Aid, 9 / 



io/ 

Note on. 18|; 7/ 

f4ir Sick I'hildren. Annual Festival, 28 mi 8 t 

Week. 22 7 8 /— 23 ; 9 /— 24 ; 12 n— 26> i3 

cy-28 ' 10 r 

Houghton Hall. 25 ; 4 a 

Hoi*8e of Lords. Le/al Ca^es. see Civil Actior« 

— - of D.etention, Closing of, 80 a 12 <? 

of Laymen, 8 m 7 f — 12 m 8 c — 13 m 8 6— 

15 M 12 (i 

Property Company of rx)ndon, 23 ; 18 rf 

- -~ and Investment Company. 20 in W d 
Uoworih (H. H.) on Mr. (iladstone't Next Sieg, 

i9 m ilt e 



June 30, 1886.] I'Almer*8 iwdkx to '* the times " newspaper; 



Ind 



Uowurth (H. H.) on Mr. Gladstone*! Strategy, 

15 »5r/ 

Dti the Iri^h Bills and their Supporters, 28 

aHb 
Huddleston (Mr. Baron) Health of, 6 m 9 e—lO 

Hud««>n Bay Company, 12/14 A-30 j 15 <? 
Hughes (Edw.) the Kxtincrion of PriinroAes^ 23 

<l 7 r 
Hunian Keniains Discovered at High^^ate, 25 m 

11 e 
Hungary. Court News. 6 w 7 fr 

Kevenne Keturns. 4 m 6 r 

Hungarian University. Dangerous Condition of, 

l»<t3r. 
ituhtijr (Kobt.) on the Chale and Freshwater 

Railwny Bill, 1 ; 6 ^ 
Hu.«8ey ('i. M.) on the Irish Question, 11 ; 4 / 
llyde Park Corner (New Street) Bill, 14 a 12 e 

— I / 12 c 
Ilydrophnbia, Calves of . 5 a ft A— 1 9 n ft/— 7 tit }0a 

Banquet to M. PasteUr in Paris. 15 o 5 c 

Cured Wolf-bitten Uosaians Leave for Home. 

-=■ — tteatd of another WoIf-bittcn Russian, 5 a 
5e 

IK^athn from, 12 » 4 /" 

Fresh Patients. 22 ot 9 r 

and M. Pssteltr, 8 H 1 / 

Pa4teUr Institution, IGa 5 c— 22 m 9 r— 14 

fBd 

Dr. Pasteur's System, 28 a 3 6 

I. 

Ibe Floes in the AtlMutie:, 24 irf 5 / 
IcelK-r^^M ill the Atlantic,- 29 a 5 ^ 
Iddesleigh (I^urd at Exeter. \ m W f 

on Mr. («ladstone*s Bills. 27 a 6 a 

— and the Milner Habitation of the Primrose 
League. 5 a 10 / 
.Vlovemems. 19 ; 12 « 

at Paisley. 23 i9 b 

at Patshull, 18/ 10 a 

at Plymouth. 30 u 12 a 

his Pre«entaiion Plate on View, 18 m 9 « 

at Wolverhanipton, 1 8 ; 9 « 

Iffley Lock, Proposed Hemovalof, 19 w II </— 14 

24; 12 c 
Imperial Federatidn. Prize for the Best Essav on, 

7 a 4./ 
-^ Leagne,- Meeting. 6 » 1 4 c 

Life Insnrance Company. 26 ; 13 « 

Property Intestmetit Company, 23 j 13 d 

Lecture's Ofn. 1 7 4 b — 7 ; 4 y 

Incorporattd Free and Open (Church Association, 

10 / 1 1 / 

- Law S<lfciety, List of Successful Candidates. 
2» a 8 /— 8 m 5 «— 22 m S d 

tndta Appointments, 19 ;' 13 a 
INDIA:- 

Abolitiort of Im'pHsonnifent for Debt, 10 j 5 

«— 14 ' 56 

- Action with Dacoits at Tethill, 1 a 5 A 

Assam, Legislation Regarding Land in, 7 

j 5d 

Bankruptcy New Law, 10 m 5 /* 

Berlin, Unfortunate AfiFair at, 29 ; 5 a 



India {continued), 

Bel«NK:hislAh, News about. 5 a 5 d 

Bengal (/haniber of C'Ommerce. 6 a 5 (/- 31 

m 6 c— 7 / 5 '/— 28 ; 6 a 

the i'.xternal Trade of, 27 iH 9 « 

Forests, 18 / 4 /• 

Bud<lHiitt Archbishop on the Sute of tlic 

Country. 10 /« 5 f 

Budget. 1(1 /« .> « 

Runn.ih -Burning of Mandalay. 19 m 4 c 

the Buddhist Archhidhop on the State of, 

K; ; 4 d 

Concession to Work tHe Ruby Mines id. 



8 / T>rt 

Dncoity in. Notes on. 23 ; 15 /^-29 ; 10; 

Deaths Reported from, 27 >« 6 c/- 17; 6/ 



_IJ) ; 7 c-22 / 6 6—28 / 6 a 

Fighting in. 22 ; 6 6 

Incemliary Fires in. 27 a 3 6—10 m 5 ci 

Miscellaneous News, 2^9 / — 5 a 5 «/— 8 

a 5 6—9 a 5 6—12 a 5 d — 17 a 7 c— 22 a 5 n — 
2'A a 3 r— 26 a 3 ♦/— 27 <i 3 6 — .'8 n 5 c— 29 a 5 
d— 80 II 5 »j-3 m 5 n-\7 m o d— 19 m 7 rt— 20 
JM 6 6—21 M 6 c— 24 m 6 a—lM lu 5 «— 3 / ft rf— 
7 ;6«— 10/ 5e— 21 ; 5 6— 30 j 9 a 
— '■ — Note on 8 m 6 6 
— = — Operations in, 23 ; 13 / 

Outbreak m Balseln Gaol, Four Prisoner^ 



Shot, 7 ; 5 

S<in of Sir Robert Phayre Shot in, 1 1 / la 



e— 12 I 7 o — \A / o n 

Heinforeomcnts for; 29 a 9 / 



Hnliy Mines of. U / fi « 

the >h>idow in; 11 */* 15 6— 2G m 10 / 



Tnleik Burnt by the Insurgents. 31 w 5 « 

Burmese »Viir Material, Note on, 26 a 7 / 

(^iilcnttii Municijwlity. 19 /i ft r 

('^a!«hniere. Insinuation of the MaharaJHh; 

\7 m b d 
Catholic Church in. 26 m 6 r 

Chino-Sianre«»t3 ('aravans Attacked, 26 ; 7 A 

Cyclones in. 31 mb e— 28 / 5 6 

Dacoits in. 6 « n r/ 

Kinsnces. ;{ m o r— 24 m 5 /*— 16 j 7 6 

(yi>rdon (Col.) l>cfcats Bosweh's Force at 

Maphe. 28 ; .'> a 

Goemnient at Simla. 19 a ft r 

Qwnlior and Itfdore, New Successor, 28 ; 7 

e— 28 ; ft a 
Indigo Districts, 14 7 5 6 

Loan. \7 tn b d 

Lockhart (Col.> Mission, 1 7 ; 10 tf-18 ; 6 c 

—28 ; 5 h 

- King Thebtfw, Moi^enifents of. 12 o 9 / 

MandaUy. Attenfpt id Burn, by Dacoits, 21 

a ft 6 — 30 CI ft « — I *M 7 e 

Arre^ts. 21 « ft6 

•— Sir C Bernard 'rfTotfr in, 29 ; ft a 

Disturbu'itc'es. 22 a 5 c 

Incentiisry Kfre* in. 6 m 5 c 

Mass Meetings of ilia Uyots at Junkergatchf, 

26 aSd 

Mi^CeBflneous News. 6 o 6 m— 26 a 8 rf— rf 

m ft r— 10 tn 3f— 21 ; ft 6 
Milhoobh oy ' Sir M.y Case of . 4 m ft 6 

Muh- Centra) (-ollege. Lord Dufferin Pw*-' 

sides at tA« Openimg df, 1 2 a 6 d 

419 



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PAXBTKU^S Ufrn^X' TO- ** TtlE TIMES '*^ NKWSPAPER. 



[AprlF 1 to 



tndia {continued), 

M»>{i80(in Kuins. 14 ; ft ^ 

-^'— Nrttionat'Leaifue Fonnetl in rnlciitta, 3 m 5 c 

New JucI;***. n / i> a 

Loan, r> ni S « 

- — and the*'().ie Vl;in l*<»licy."N<)teon, 28 a 5/ 
- — Oi>ium Sales, 14 '5 // 
- — Piwt Ofliie Itiibhery. 12 « 5 rf -I» o 5 c 
Rjiilway KxicnsiuH' in Upper Uurmali, 28 

/ 5' n 
— — Kesri flit ion t»f Conjujja^ Uijrht»— Tase of a 

Giftod Hindoo Lady and Dadajt Riiibajt. 12 

n 5 d 
- — Keveiiue and Agricultnral Department of, 

|{<in>an' Catholic Church in, 24 m 6 a 

» SdvcT QueKtion in. 27 m h e 

ViciMoy, Movements of, 9 a 9 a — 12ti 5 c/*— 

III /I :> »• 

llidian Utid^^ct, 17 i 1 1 e 

- Kwirtri*. Orders of. Conferred, 28 7 9 « 
KeniM^e Normal' School' and Instruction 

Sociriy. 10/ lu / 
Judicial Appointments, Notes on, 18^*8 / — 

28 . 4 « 
j4ulo-China Steam Navigation Company, iO ; lie 

—2*3 / \:\tl 
hidnstri«r DfreUings 5 ; ll^r 
Ji.fants Hdl Note on, 28 a »«-29'w5/'-l w 12 / 
Jnliind Naivigrttiiin Congress. Opening of. If>«/ oA 
)nn> of Court. Easter Examination, 5 lu 8 e 

\Mt of pHsl Kxaniinaiitins, 24 / 12 a 
INQUESTS: — 

- John Wnni i^lams; Suffocated in the Fire 
at'tlie Dferby TheHtre. 18 m 9 t 

- >clm-iian Anderson, Hun CM'er. on Iliuumer- 
stniili Uriil^e. 1 7 'f 12 /< 

Mr. \{. I). ltatt,.a Sui(;ide I2.j 12 / 

I Jen li^' Street Fire, ihe Three Men KUled at 

8 ni KM/ -10 w 10 f» -17 m 10 r 

Lily. Gertrude, and Nelly Bligli, Murdered 

Ky thi'ir Fntht-r, near Preston l.s m 5 '' 

Uoder Explosion »t Stepney. Persons 

Killed by, 8 / 10 / -8 7 W d—\2 ) \Q e 

Johu Wnii IJowex. Murdfered. 1« ; 10 r/ 

Ann Hurke, Murdered, by J. W. Clarke, 20 

-- — KlizHbetlr Butler, and her Infant,. Suicide 

and Vhirder, IM / 7 e 
Jas. Wm. Clarke, a- Suicide, 20 m 10 c— 25 

m \ \ r 

l>Mii!<a Clnrke. Murdered, 24; 10 / 

Arthur Daily. Killed at a Boiler Exptosion at 

*ep<.ev. 17) IO/> 

— — Lizzie Davies. fh^m* Injuries Received' oB> 
the Ka Iway Line, near Chester, 20 u 7 r 

Wm. and Lonisa Dniyjion. and KicKi Mason. 

Burnt to Death in the Fire at Jacob* Weil 
FuWicliouse. Shureditcli, 15 m 7 /*— 20 m 10 r 

r- John Driscoll, Drowned in the Thaiues,. 4 

m 7 A 
M. S. Edwards, a Sun-ide. 10 j d d 

Lt. K.F. Evans, a Suicide, at Chathamt 14 

n II r— IB 'f H d^ 

H. Fisher. Dn>wned at Hampton, 27 n % f 

- — Alice (f.-der, Found Drowned in the Thames . 

at<Rorlieriuihe, 19 a 9 d-^tHni^ §• I 



Inquesttf (ronitnaed). 

- Mr. J. U. Gillett, Murdered, at Sheffield, 
22 a 12 h 

Saml. Guy. Crushed to Death at the Prince 

of Wales Colliery, Pontefract, 8 a 6 / 

Alfred Herbert Hackney, froDfan Otei^o«e 

of Chloroform. 1 a 86 

Mr. Alderman Hamilton, Murdered, at 

Po«de. 24 m 9/ 

Hu^h Henderson, Shot Dead in the Riot at 

Belfast. 17/10 6 

Saralt' Ann Hewett. Murdered by h^r Hus-* 

band, at Glbucester. 22 o 10 / 

- M. R. Hoskin. a Suicide B a 6 e 

Catherine Martha Huntly, Poisoned la' 

Hackney. 22 a 12 6- 14 m 10 </— 28 m 9 / 

J'udd; Walter. Totally Injured at Nanbead> 

Junction Railiray Station, 6 a 6 
Agnes Kemp: Poisoned, at Fakenhan^i 26- 

m 5 r 

Leicester, on the Three Persons Drowned* 

at. 27 <i 3 <i 

Wm. Mabbot, Poisoned. 17 ; 10 6 

Richard Mason, Burnt to Death in the Fire 



at J«oob*s Well Publichouse, 15 m 7 /— 2U m 

— James M'Conukk, Murdered by the Police' 
at Belfa.st, IB ; 7 n 

— Jas. .M)'ers, Killed at the Boiler Explosion, - 
at Accrinf^ion, 20 n 7 < 

— Wmi Alexi Norminton, from a Fractured 
Jaw and Broken*Neek, 30 ; 11 </ 

— Robert Oram Drowned in the Thames, IT 
; 10 h 

— Mr. Read, Accidentally Shot, near Chester, 



3fi «/< 

— Henry Richmond, a Suicide, 21 a Sd 

— ( Imi les S. Seyvton, AoeidenUUy Shot tiling- 
self, a u ti 

— Earl of Shaftesbury a Suicide, 16 a 8 d 

— L. B. Simpson. Accidentally Shot, 6 m 6 € 
Thos. B. Spark, a Suicide. 3u ; 16 e 



J<din Thos. Swyer, fromPleuro-pneumoniaj' 

21 w/ IOrt-22 w 14 t' 
JH^. 'Pondinson. Drowned while Drunk, 34 



)// I € 



-3- Sarah Trowbridge, Burnt to Death in the 
Fire at Well^ Street. Hackney. 15 m 7/ 
— Mrs. W.d'e,,. Murdered by her Husband, al 
Baeup Hi 11/ 

Wm. this. Walker, Murdered bjr his 



Father, 28 // 6 e 

Herbert Ki>8s Webbe, from* Heart Disease,^ 

12 m 9 t 

Win. A. Worpell. Suffocated in the Fire in 

CUre Market. 20 1,, 10 r 

Walter K. Wnghr, a Suicide, 28 ; 14 a 

Institute jf Bankers, Annual Meeting. 20 m 6 a 

Mei'linf^K. I8«*ll v 

Institution of Naval Architects, 27th Annaal 

Meeting; 15 o 7 o 
Papers IU?ad before, 16 a 10 d— 17 « 12 * 

— 19 a 7 c 
— of Mechanical' Engineers, Anniversarj 

Dinner, 10 m II / 
Insurance (Companies, State of Shares iiv «s» 

da}(,9 everjf^paper 



une 



30, 1886.] 



PALHEr's index 'tO^* 'tltK Tia^Eff" NK¥^dP.^PER. 



Ire^ 



Intenuitional Arbitration —Meeting to Establtith 
m Britiah and Foreign Arbitration AssocSation, 
17 m9e 

Notes on. 20 m Ct e-*J9 m S d 

— = — Copyright Act 8 « 8 a 

i 'rime. Note on i i i f 

Edinburgh i^jrhibition, Notices about,- 1 a Br 

«— 2«»rt 8rt— 5 / t> e 

Opening of/ by P'rince Albert Victor, 7 



5</ 



Visit of the Prens to. 29 o 9 /" 



llorticaltural Eithibition at Bbnie, \0 m 6e 
tn Pariv \'A m o h 



— Liverpofil Exhibition of Navigation. Com- 
roerce, and IndiMtry, Opening of, by the 
Queen. 1 1 nr 1.5d-12 v. 9 / 

— Marine Insurance Company, 8 m 11^ 6 

Exhibition at Havre. I H a 1 1 /" 



Railway Commission, 18 w \0 d 
Statistical loKliiuCe. 12 m 9 e 



Trade Conference. A »r5 c—o atS6—7 m\(y 

5— lOm 6 r 
^Inwards (Jnbez) Ui^T.iling a Memorial Fountain 

to, in St. Paitcras, :24 u 9/ 
IKELAKi) • 

Agitation against Payment of Rent, 23 a 4 e 

« amongst ;he (Mvil Servants in, on the 

Prospect of Home Uule, 30 a 7 n 
•^- Agrarian Outrages. 6 <i 5 ^— 7 a 10/— 10 m 

7 <f^M w 11 h—\i m lOr— 17»i 7 a -18 m 10 

<>— 20iii 9 /-2I mSd-2^ ml /— 81 nr 6 e -8 

i 10<#-19; 7c/-2I ;6/ 
-• Ketarn, 1 w 7 r 



Murder— Cornelius Doherty's Faiher-in- 

Law M. Tagney, r ; \'6 /— 7 36a 
— Agricultural Prices in. 24 a 4 « -29 a 3 f 
Alexandra Dock, Belfast. Serioaii Fighting 



at. &j 18/— 7; 6-«-IO;9/-12 j 7«— 16>4 
a-^l^i'fd 
" — Alleged Failure of Coercion, Note on,- 28^ a 

Antrim Grand Orange Lodge, 29 m Me 

- Appeal from, 21 ; 6 /* 

-> — Armagh Grand- Orange Lodj^ Meeting, 25 
ic86 

Assizes, 2 Or ft € 

Bautry NationafLeagUB; 23 a 4' s 

Belfast Riots, Funeral of the Victims, 14' 

Bessborough (Lord) and his Tenants, 20 a 

7 c— 28 a 4 

Mr. Stephens' Bigrgs atd His Tenanti^, 26 



«7./ 

— Bishops of tYi« rrisH' Church- Assemble to' 
Elect an Archbishop,* 12 m 10 c 

— Boye<)ttiflg in, 5 u K c 

of Mr. Thos. Crowe, 12 « 6 a 

Cruel,- of a Clergyman and His Wife, 8 



j6 </ 



and BrutalTreatment of a* Process Seryer, 
at Tralee. 28 ; 9 / 

Note on, 17; 18 ^ 



Coereion in, 19 i» 4 6 

Cork Defence Citiori, 24' m 7./— 7 j^a 

■ Strike of the Railway Por tiers at, 8 m 9 e 

— lOwi 7 d 
-—^ l>i»trees in, 16 ah d 



I 



Ireland {rontinuel), 

- Destitution in the West, 2 a 3 /— 7 a 10 / 
— 5 /« 15 / 

Drilling without Armr. 24 7 6 / 

Dublin, DenionstiatioQ of Loyal and' 

Patriotic Union in, 8 /m 9 d 

Di'!<tuVbance in. between Soldiers and* 



NationaKsts. 81 mUe 

Inspection oftMfKoyal Irish' Constabulary 

by Lord Aberdeen. 2 tt A e 
Koyai College of Surgeons, Honours Con- 
ferred by. 29 a 7 '/ 

— Educktion in, Parliatu^ntary Paper on, 8 a* 

loy 

— Evictions, 17 r« 7 o — 81 m 6 « 

Parliamentary Paper on, 1 m 1 1 « 

— Frtniine Fever in Waterford. 8 a 9 J 

— H»me Uule in, 5 a 6 r-28 a 9 f—\7 ml a' 
Ayitation about. 10 ml (/— 12 m 8 «— 13 



if^'6'r— 21 »r8 /— 28 nt H a 

Enrolment of Volunteers in Ulster W 

Resist the Bill if mado Law, 12mlO0~14»i 
lOd-21 mis d 

Mr. Gladstone's Manifesto and the' 

NationaliHts. 15 ; 4 a 

irUh Wmld on, 3 ; 6 rf 

Mass Meeting of Sympathy in Washing- 



ton, 30 a 5 6 

Meetings against, ^a 6 c— 24f m 7 f^6' 

; 13 / 

Mfetliodiet Conference on the Question,- 

tij 9 / 

and the National League, 16 f 7 a 

Oppusitiim to the Bp. of Limerick from' 



his Speech against, 6 n 6 c 
I^ioters annoy a Protestant Party at 

Stewartiitown, 25 m 8 ti 
Indications from— the Doctors Differ, 8 a 



Is it worth- keeping, 14 ; 8 / 

Limterii'.Ic. Cohseck-atlon of Roman* CatHblic' 



Bishop of. SO; 11 

Sanitary State of, 24 »i 7/ 



Land. Note on. 17 / 12 a 

Parliamentary Paper on the Purchase of, 

— Liberty in, Note on, 18ot 1^'c 

** Manchester Martyrs," Dr. Croke For- 
wards £) Towards the Monument to, 26 a 7/ 

Duchess of Marlborough on,> 2 ; 9 c 

Mooidighting in, 6 a 8 c — 20 a 7 c — 27 a 7 e 

Arrests. 21 a 5 e 



— Municipnl Elections in Lim^ri(:k, 2 a 5 tf 

— National' Gallery of, Note on an Important 
Acquisition for, 28 n 8 c 

League, Meetings of. 21 a 6 € — 5 m 12 f 

—25 m 8 //~I2 ; 7 e-80 ; 11 « 

— O'Brien (W.) at Tyronfe, 29/ 9 e 

— Occupations of the People of, Note on, 29' 
mSd 

— Orange Lodges. Meetings of, 8 9 6 </ 

— — ^ Resdfutlons Passed by, against Hoiae' 
Rule. 17; 10 6 

— Orangemen in Drill, 4 ; 10 a 
-^ outrages in, 18 a 8 /'— 8 j 10 d 

Novel -Plating Coffins Outside Street^ 



Doors, 19 a 9 e 



M 



in 



fAI-BIKIl's INDEX TO *' THK TiMkS " WEWSl^At^'Elt. 



[April 1 i4» 



Ireland {'onfinued). 

— Orgnnizaihin df Ornn^einen ami Loyalints 
in Ulster, 17 m 7 a — 'J7 /// 10 a 

I he Parliament of. ruiiiamentai'y Paper an, 

7 Hi y /• 

Pay merit of Witnesses Refused by the 

Treasury, 2 n ^^ e 

■' Proi-e98 Server, Attack on, in Gal war, 22 

»/ 14/ 

Religious IntoWance in, Note on, 23 ;' 6 a 



— liespoiisibilirv for MunltT in, 21) m (» d 

— Hi()tii>gin lMfa«t. 10; J)/- 16/ 4 a 

by the RoinaiiiMtR, 18 7 9 e 

Aleetinj^of Roman Catholics Denouncing 



the Rioters, &c., 19 ; 7 rf 

in Sligo. !4; 10 6— I5i4d 



Riots in Ulster, II ? 10 a 

• Royal Dublin Soci*»ty*8 Show at Ball's 

Bridge, the Earl and Coun:«Bs of Aberdeen at, 

30 a 7 c 

^ Sflle of Stock for Rents, 20 o 7 c 

■ Lord Spencer as Viceroy, Nole on, 1 1 m 16/ 

StrHPtre Warning to, Note on, 30 a 4 £ 

• State of, 7 / 4 e 

• Taxation. AUejjed Over-Taxation in, 12 o 8 

c— 28 a 7 e-2i) n 8 //— 11 m 16 c 

Distribution of. 14 a 16 a 

Training in Armagh, 18 / 9 « 

Ulster Loyalists and A nti- Repeal Union, 

iMeetin<(s of, 22 m 14 a 
Despatch of Arms from Ontario to, 5 ; 9 a 

Viceroy, Movements of, 26 m 9 /— 29 /« 14 e 

in Cork. 26 »i 9 / 

Mnyor jind Corporation Address, 27 w 10 a 



Woodford, Note on tlie Last Assassination. 

27a 6 A 

IriMh American Extremists and the Parnellite 
Party. 7 ; « <r 

Bills. Noti' on. 23 7 5 a 

and their Supporters, Note on, 28 a S b 



Church. Kund8 of, 5 /« 6 a 

Electoral Statistics, 6 m 12 6 

and EngliKh Resources^ 8 <x 10 a— 10 a 6 « 

Garrison, Note on, 27 a 8 6 

Government Bill, see HoBfB Rule 

Grievances and the Imperial Parliament, 

Note on, 14 w 13 / 

History, Note on. 10 ; 10 c 

Interests and Home liule, 21 m Sf 

Lace, Designs for, 2 rt 6 / 

Ladies. Note on the Destitution of, 29 m 5 « 

Lnnd Purchase. Notes on, 3 a 4 .^—20 a 10 

e— 21 a 6C-23 n 6 /— 27 a 9 «-2« ; 4 « 

Question, Note on, 11 w 16/ 

Scheme, Text of Mr. Gladstone's Bill, 23 

a 8 a 

Lord Chanceltor and Ubter Loyalhts, 21 

mid 

Loyal and Patriotic Union, Meeting at 

Hammersmith, 22 a 7 « 

National League of Great Britain, Meeting, 



8a 66 

Policy of the Tories. Note on, 8 m 9 /* 

Question, Parliamentary Paper on, 6 m 6 c 

Mr. Canning on. Note on. 23^ 10 d 

Notes on, 14/9 «— 16 j H c 

**- Society, 27 m 9 f 
AM 



*j 



Irish Worfd and Home Rule, 20 m \0 e 

Tenancies, Note on, 8 a 8 fe 

Volunteers and the American War. 18 

Iron -Meeting Of the Pig-iron Makers of G 

Britain. 17 a 13 6 

Shipments of, \ n 10 / 

irade, Pro-pects of. Jo m 9 /" 

Officinl Return-*, 25 w 12 n 

and Steel Instltifte, Annual Meeting, 26 <i 

4/ 

— Aiifiiial Sessirtn. 13 w 6 6 — 17 mi 4 ^ 

Irving (llenrvjf at Oxford. 28 / 10 r 

IsaacM)n (l<\ W )on the Stepney Election PetitIcAci»> 

16 « 5 / 
I-thnius of Tehvantepec. 31 w 6 6 
Italian Ambassador. 7 a 10 /*— 24 in 9 / 

Chamber of Commerce at San Francisco, B 

Church. Hatton Garden, \7 m^/ 

Navy, 9 CI 1 1 6 

ITALY : - 

Cholera in, 16 a 10 r—fi m 5 </— 8 m \A d 

Cyhmfe In Lonato,- 17 m 6 r 

Elections. 24 a 5 d-2S m 5 c/— 14 / 5 c— 1 7 

i 10 d 

- and England. 29 / 5 r 

Gruualdi(^Signor) and his Constltiierfta, 17 

m 7 6 

and the Harrar Massacre. 16 ; 7 6 

Legislative Chambers, Dissolution of, 27 

cf 3t/ 
Proceedings in, 1 1 > 5 rf 



Minisrerial Crisis in, 15 « 10 « 
Mi!»<ellaneons News, 10 m 6 c 
Municipal Ek'Ctions, 15 ;3f 



Rome, industrial Conference, 6 m 5 c/ 

Singular Theft at Foggia, 6 m 6 6 

and the Vatican. 3 /w 5 / — 13 »< 5 c 

and the Irish Question, 16 ; 3 / 

Vatican, Meeting of the Consistory. 6 a 5 d 

— 10 w 6r— 21 m 5(1-8/11 «— 11; 10 « 

New CarcKnalx,' 24 m 6 t 

— '-^^ tlw Pope and Don Csfrlos, 21 / 5 « 



J. 

James (Sir Henry) at Bury, 30 / 14 / 

Japan Adheres to the Convention of Geneva, 7 

jot 
an EX'trAdrtioii Case in, 30 a 18 a 

Journalii^m in. 23 76a 

Prince Fushinii-no- My a, Movements of, 30^ 

; 16 d 

Rcfornwd PoKty, 16; 8 a 

Japanese New Oui^ers, 14 a 16 d 
Java. Volcanic Eiuption in, 3o a 5 « 
Jeddah, Native Outbl-eak near, 16 ro 7 t 
Jenkinson (H. T. J.) on thte Threatened Destruc- 

tron of Cabhot Castle, \5 1 7 f 
Jephson (^ Henry ) on Mr. Gladstone and Coercion 
between IH(H) and 1832, 22 nSr 

on the BeKast Riots and the Government 

Home Kuk* S61ieme, 16 ;8 (i 

- on Mr. Childers on Pitt and the Irish 
ParKanient, 1 ; 4 « 

Jewel Robbery, from a CoronDercial Traveller, in 

London, by the Cab he had Hired Driving 

away with about ;6500 worth of Jewelry, 29 m 
la / 



June liO, }SS(^.] 



palmer's INDF.X to " THK TIMES " NEWSPAPEK^ 



La^r 



Je-wa— Re-opening of the Synagogue in Sandy's 
a^tw, BisliopsgHte Street. 7 / G e 

.i^ Free School. f-piialfivld», 17 ; 10 rf 

JbanzieTea A(i0(x;iutiou. 2^) 11 e 
•J ohore^ Movements of the Sultan. I i 9 /* 
Johnston .Win.) Parnelliie Fair Pla>\ 5 a 10 / 
Joint Stock ('oinpanied. Le^tMre on. 24 a 4 </ 
Jokai ( Assam ) Tea Oonipaiiy, M ; 1 1 f- 
Jone» (H.;oii the TroifresM of the Working Classes 
during the Last Fifty Tears. 28 /i 13 u 

Jordan (W. J.) on the Brcckenridge Coiupauy, 
2; li b 

Jorehaut Tea T'ompany. 2U / 12 ti 

Junior National Lit)erHl Club, 8 a 9 e 

J urynien in Felony Trials, 1 7 m 4 c 

K- 
'KaTanagh (A.) on Iri^h Tenaneit'S. 8 a 8 6 

|iay (Adm. A. C- ) on the 15r}t|sh and {talian 

Naviea, 28 a 6 ^ 
on the iViVe and the Traialyar, 20 m6 e — 

24 iM 8 /> 
Kaye and Guednlla. on the Case *' Cates v. 

Majcwell Heron.** h n 10/ 
Kensington Athenteiini. lo/D / 
Kent Fire Insurance (\>mp.'iny. 10/11 b 
Kermadec Island, Annexed hy Qreat Britain, 18 

m b c 
Kerry-Nicholls (J. H.) on the New Hebrides, 28 

j^er^in (Gen. M.) on Home Rule, 28 q 6 / 
Khan of K})iva. Notice about, \'6 in II / 
King VViIli«ni*s College, Isle of Man, bj 6 a 
King's School, (/anterbury, M> a \i) f 

Colle};e, Distribution of Prizes, &c., 20 m 6 d 

Ho-pital. Dinner. 8 / ' 1 c/ 

|i|nnear (J. B.) on the Constitutional Course, 10 

10/ 8f 
^irk and Kandall, on the Tilbury I)(H!ks, 2o a \)j 
paGHTHOOD AND BABON£TAG£ :— 
Brunlees. James i4 /m 4 t* — io m 13 e 

looi»er. W. W., 2il m i) d 

Dalryinple, Hobert. 29 m 9 d 

Dobsiin. W. L.. 21* M y d 

Duckworth. Dyce, 1^ mi 4 c— 15 «i 13 c 

Edge, John. 22 ; y / 

Howard, U. N.. 2y m 9 d 

Kennett-Barrington, V. B.. 18 mi 9 ^—20 m 

6 /~22 m \o e 

I>ewis, S. S , 29 tti 9 e 

Longuiore, 8ur^eon<:Gen., 29 m 9 e 

MacBain, Jaiiie^. 29 'h 9 d -23 / 12 u 

MacCuiloch, Kdt^ar, 14 »< 4 c — Id m 13 o 

> o-^ Maclagan, DdUglas. 29 m 9 d 

Meredith. V{. C., 29 tn 9 u -28 / 12 a 

Mole!4wortli, Kobert, 29 m 9 d 

liadcliffe. David. 14 w 4 i»— 16 w 18 c 

Ross. K. 1)., 28 Y 12 a 

Sieveking. Dr. E. H.. 29 w 9 'i 

Tm*"?*! J **'»"• 29 »i li // 

Kyuoch (G.; & Co. (Lunited), 80 / 15 c 

L. 
Labouchere (U.) on Mr. Parneirs Position, 14 

m lOs 
Labour Aid Society. 22 a 9 / 
^ — Question, lo m 9 d 



Lalor (M. P.) on Destitution of Irish Ladies, 29 

m 5 e 
Laniheth Palace. 17 </ II /— 14 m \0 d -20 m 6 d 

-81 M 7 f-1 f 6i'-10M;r/-24 / 7f 
Laniplu^h (E. H.) on Mr. Qladstone and Lord F. 

Cavendish. -4 / 10 / 
LaiH'Hshire and Mr. Gladstone's Home Kule Bill, 

20 « 1 r 

LiSenls and Lord Hartin^rton, 18 m 10 ^ 

Land. (Compulsory Punthase of. 5 a 9 <2 
A^itation in Wales, 10 / 7 a 

Purcha:«e Bill. 30 a 8 c 

(Question. 'Its a \ u 

and Mortgage Company of Egypt, 28 / 10 e 

Lfli d-t Allotment (Company. 19 a ii c 

Laun .'h of the KhhU/i. Mission Ven-nel. 9 <i 1 1 di 

of lh9 Ciithti'ine II,. at Nicoiaiuff, o / 5 d 

of tilt* Oriz I ha. 7 m l(; e 

Latin Monetary Union Convention, 20 a 5 </ 
Law Fire Insurance Society, 17 a 18 It — 5 m 18 6 
LAW: — 

Actions in CQmmon Law, see Civil 

Actions 

in Superior Courts, s*e Civil Actions 



— Admiralty Division, Notice of Sittings, Id 
/8 c/ 

— Appeal Oases, see Civil AcTipNg 
Crin^inn) Cases, see Middlesex Sebsioh 8 



Bankruptcies, see Bankri;ptcik8 



- Bankruptcy Court Cases, see Bankruptcy 
Court 

Bar Committee. 24 ; 6 e 

Calls to the Bar, 20 m 1 e 

Cases in the Admiralty Court, see Adm^. 

BALTY CoUKT 

in the Prqbi^t^ Court. *ccCivil Actions 

. - — before the Provincial Magistrates, se« 

Police 
Central Criminal Court. 25 m 4 o — 23 j 4 e 

i hancery Buiiiness, Klue Book on, 81 m 4/ 

Consistory Court, aee Auciieb, &c. 

County Court Cases, see Civil Action a 

Court for the Cop>ideration of Ciown 

Cases Reserved, see Criminal Trials 

Crown Office Kule 18f<G, 14 m 6 « 

Days of Sittings of the Courts, in et?e;-^ 

dai/*9 p(i}jcr 

1 >eMth of Mr. Justice Pearson, 1,5 w 14 a & A 

Dividends in Bankruptcy, see Dividends 

Divorce v'ourt. «ee Divorce Court 

Easter Sittings 29 a 18 u—'6m 4 /— 4 w 9* 

Vacation Judges, 18 a 4 d — 15 a 8 e— 17 

a 5 e— 21 a l(» /— 22 a 6 /— 27 a 9/— 28 « lOa 

Ecclesiastical Cases, see Arches Court 

Estates in Liquidation, see Estates 



High Court of Justice ( oiiiiiiuuus Silting). 

Bill, Deputation on. 7 a 8 a 
and County Courts, Note on, 20 c/ 12 d 

Hilary Sittings. End of 12 a 4 a 

ilguse of Lords AppeHls. Cause List. SiH^d 

Notice about, 26 ; 9 ^ 

Judges. Noiic^js about, 7 w 10 //— 10 m 4 / 

— J2 w 5 e— 18 //i II b -24 HI 7 e— 25 »/i 4 t/ 

Lord Chanccllor*8 (.ounuittee and the 

Chancery Division. 5 / 8 e 

Lord Mayor's Court Actions, see Civi^ 

Actions 

68. 



liaw 



PALMKU'S INI>eX TO *»' THK TIMKS ** NKWSPAPKR. 



[April 



Law (roatiatisdX 

Kent Assizes. 27 it 10 /" 

New Indian Judges. 17 m 4 e 

.Tudj^es. 28 a « «— 21 w 11 / 

Qtuen's Cuuiiseis, 7 mi 9 e — 14 tn 10 rf— 

16 7(1 14 a- 18 m W / 
Northern ( ircnit, 23 a 4 d—7 m 10 rf 

- — Noticed of Sittings of t^jje Courts, tn everjf 
day*8 paper 

of C(iuses, &o., in ever jf cf ay* g paper 

J Oxford ITniv^Tsiiy M<igi8trAtc8. 25 »i 4 d 

. of Partnerships, see Partnerships 

PfiiV}' Council Proceedings, seeViviL Ac- 
tions 
— Probate and Divorce Court, Sittingj, 18 At 
n c 

Public Rxaniin^itions see every Wednesday's 

and Saturday's paper 

: Quarter Sessions, Trials in, see Criminal 

Trials 

; Queen's Bench Division. List, I « 6 / 

— ^— Masters, Kota of. 24 a 8 6—14 ; ^ x:— 
18; 4^ 

Sittings in, 8 m 5 e/ 



— Revising BarriKters, 1 67 II c 

— Koyal Courts of Justice, Notices about, 23 
a 9 f— 2H nl e 

and the Queen's Birthday, 26 m 4 c 

Telephone Office at. 24 a t> e 



'. €«cot^h Bench and Bar, see Scotch 

Sequestrations, sfifi Bj^nkruptciks 



7a 



Spnng Circuits, 7 a II /^14 u Iti u- 15 a 



Assizes, 20 a 7 / 



Suits in Chancery, see Civil Actions 

Summer Circuits, 9/12 c—lOj 12 d 

' ^ . Note on. 23 / 5 » 
— =- Sji^spensions. see Suspensions 
^^-^r- Trials in ti»e Crio^ii^al Court, see Criminal 
Trials 

Vacation Sittings 30 a ^ /— 3 mi 4 </— 14 ;3 

e— 19; 7e 

Western Circuit, 1 2 a 4 n 

VVhitsun Vacation. 8 ) 4c— 1 1 > 4 n-U /9/* 

Wrecks Commissioners' Court, see Wrecks 

Layman ( Thus.) on tlie Shop Hours Regulation 

Bill. 2(» a 12 h 
fjea (Uev. F. S.) on Mr. Q)ii(}stone and the Liberal 

Party. 8 mi 7 c 
Lea. Select Committee on the Pollution of tl^e 

liiver, 3 a 1 1 < — 1 7 a 1 1 /— 12 mi o d-6 j a a 

— 12 / 13/>— 24; 7 ^• 
P^ADING ABTIGLES:- 

Allegiance and i/itizenship. 7 a 9 e 

American Fisheries. 2(5 a 7 c 

'— - Labour Questlpp 9 / 9 c 

Appeal to the Country, 15 ; 7 o 

Arms Act, Debate on, 21 »i 9 6 

^— Art and Art Sales, i a 9 </ 

Austria. Cabinet C'risisin, 2 ; 10 h 

Bavaria, Proclamation of a liegency in, 1 1 



>9« 



Suicide of the King of, 15 / 7 r— 16 ; 9 « 



— Beaumont Trust. 12 ; 1 1 c 

— Better i'ultivafion of Land, 15 a 9 // 

— Prince Bismarck and the Catholic Church, 
}5n9d 



Leading Arttcles (ronttnued), 
— Bishop of London's Fund, 2« in 9 e 
Blind. Denf Hud Dumb Children, 28 m 9 

British Museum, 80 / 1.3^ 

.and Foreign Seamen, 4 ; 9 « 

the Budget, 16 ^9 6 

Bulgaria. 15 ;7 '» 

Canadian Fisheries Question. 27 m 9 6 

Pacific Railway. 80; IS </ 

Case of Caies r. Maxwell 2 o 9 e 

Cath«»lic Church in France, 3 a II e 

Mr. C^hamberlain at Birmingham. 22 a 9 

the Charterhouse. 7 m» 9 d 

Lord K. Churcliill and the Irish Crisis^ 1 j 

Coloni'iJ Idea, H a 9 d 

and Indian H^xhibition Opt*ning of. 4 m 9^ 



— Colonies and the Empiie. o / 13 r 

— Comniander-in-(^hief on the Army, 19 ci 9 fr 

— Continental I'olitics. 29 / 9 /• 

— Oonvocatitm and Church Reform, 13 » 9 if 
• ' the Country and Mr. Gladstone a Schema, 
\Qa l\ e 

— Crisis. 5 n 9n 

— Czar'ii Vi.Mt to Sebnstopol, 10/9 5 

— Mr. Jefferson Davis's Tour in the Soathergr 
Statts, 29if/ U h 

— Death of Mr. Forster, 6 a 9 5 
of Hobart Pasha, 21 /9 5 

~r — vf Douglas Home, the Medium. 24 j 9 e 
of >ir Charles Trevelyan, 21/95 



Deceased Wife's Siarier Bill. 25 m 9 c 

Delta. New Discovery in the, 18 » 9 c 

Dilke's. Sir Charles. Defence. 4 »w 9 1/ 

- Disawtera at Stry and .Vfoiitre.-(l. 2 ) a 9 r/ 

Dissolution, the Kxp.'cted. lU v9 a— 11 i^Jfi 

and the Elections, 2(J ; 1 1 a 

and the I^ndon Season, 14 /9 c 

Dyna:nite Party, 24 « 9 a 

Easter Maiqauvres, 26 a 7 5 

Eastern Crisis. 2 a 9 5-9 a 10 5—23 a T r 

— 27 tt 7r— 10 /«9 h — \S iN 9f— 17 m 9 5— J^^ 
m 9r— 26 m 9 r-31 w 9 6 

Educatiunal Vote 19 i W d 

Egypt. Oil in, 24 a 9 e 

Elemtion the C^onipany, 15 7 7 « 



Rio M. 2.S / 9 h 



Elementary Teachers in Council, 30 a 9 if 

Ensilage, 14 wj 9 / 

Explosion on Board H.M. ^hip (JoUingwomi, 

Explosives, t)>e use of. 31 m ^ a 

Fire in Beak Street, 30 a 9 </ 

a Fi^h Farm. I <« 1 1 »• 

FoH'ign Office and British Commisrce, tm 

d 

Mr. Forster, Ft^nera| of, 10 a II / 

France, the ** Revenge*' Movement in, 8 a 9 a 

- Prince!*, + / » r/_ 1 1 f9d 

Departure of, 24/ 9 h 



11 



Expulsion of, 7 ? 9 5 

and tlje New Hebrides. 1 7 ; 9 5 



— French Kepuhlic and the Princes, 27 m 9< 
—28 w 9 A 

— Fresh Fruit from Australia. 22 9 d 

— Mr. Giffen on Bimetallism, 20 m 9 r 

— the Gordon Boy's I|omi3, JO 1;; 9 fi 



-"twneSO, )886.) 



rAL5IBIt''s INDilX TO " THE TIIIES'** NEWSl'Allsll. 



left 



Articlea (rontinued). 
Mr. Gladstone's Policy. R a 9 a 

— ManiffSto. A m d a—l4 ) 9 a 

— in Mid LiJlhian. 22 j 'J c 

— St:itfniei»t. 9 n J) « 

— ai>d the Coun ry, 10 « II e 

— ami his KoUowvrs, 27 *« 9 a 

— and the KhiIioiU I'O a y a 

— and I^rd Salisbury, ly ; I J c 

the Governnieiii and [ht* Oounlry, 12 a 8 / 



and the Iri^h Qneation, 25 m 9 /> 



Greece and the ruwiTa 2H a 9 </— :i(i <i 9 6 



—3 m 9 r— 5 #« 1 1 d—7 m 9 />— i \ m I'J a 

Deflanee of. M /w 13 r 

FiKhiinff on the Frontier, 24 m 9 c 

Raisin}? the IMoclcAde. H ; ID c 



I^ord liartington at !4u>8oiidale4 '27 a 7 a 

— at Kdinbur>;h 1 //< 1 1 a 

— Manifesto. 1 7 ; 9 « 

claa Lejral Butiiiiess Dehiu'd 17 ; 9 J 
Mr. Healy and the Kelurnint; Officers' Bill, 



I 



19; II « 

— Home Rttle^ Meeting in the rity agninst, 3 
a \\ b 

Oontraversy, 26 a 7 a— 19 w U ^ 

Debate. 9 tf 10 .t--IO a W d -13 a 9 r^ 

H d \l /-.ififi 9 c -10 iM 9/1— II iM li ^— 14 
m 9 </— 18 M 9 6—22 m 13 ti— 2^; la 9 6 -29 m 
13 6—4 7 9 r 

Division to-night. 7 ; 9 a 

on. 8 / 9 « -^97 9 b 

After. K / 10 a 



— Foreijfn O^dnion on 10 ; 9 /' 

— Pro!*peet« of the Hill. 1 2 w 9 ''—.81 w 9 /i 

— Queaition 18 m \* a 

— and the LilK'ml Uuioniats. 2 / U / 
Hospital 8und«y. 21 / 9 r—'iti < 1 1 */ 

the House of Liirds on Cburub I'mrouuge, 



Um 9« 



Debate in. 2« m 9 d 



9 b 



of Conini>n$ and KLctiun Kxj*ensofi, 1(> / 



Imperial Federation. I / 11 '/ 

Inspector^ of Minc'd for Souib WhIos, 14 / 



9 d 



— Insurance of Postitl pHrcls. 7 'i '.i t. 

— International Arbiiratinn. 1 7 /« n f 

— Ipswich Kloctlon lVlili«ni. 2 n :» •/ 

— Ireland, Preservation uf \Mv uu^I PiMpvMiv 
in, 3 / 9 f 

— Irish Question. 29 u '» r/ 

and the Meeting at Si. Jaiii).>V XWW. 23 



a / a 

— Mr. Irving at 0.xfo?d. 'l< > 9 ' 

— IsniMil Pasha's (Uiim^ lor l-ii.iuDit}'. 3 / 9 
(/— 1 4 / 9 /» 

— Japan's Uefornied Polity. l(» / 9 r 

— I^abour (jne9ti«}n in Hcl<{iiin). 2S a 9 r 

— Land I'urchyse Sdienie II «/ 1 I »/— 23 o 7 h 

— Legal Business, l; - it Dechn.-d. 17 / 9 */ 

— Liberal Oppositii. o Ht^nje Kule, 27 <i 7 b 

Kevott. 30 o 9 fi 

Unionist Movf nu'.. '• ih 9 '/ 

— Abbe l.issi's Visit lo . Ion. 5 « 9 h 

— London Klections. 30 / •.. // 
—— LoiM %>i the Oreyuu, 2*; a 7 » 



Leading Articles (coa/tnaeJ). 

Lord Loiue at the tieographical Society, 2;*. 

M 9 c/ 

Loyalist Meeting «■ rx>Bdon, 15 a 9 a 

Lyell r. Kennt-dy. 23 ; He/ 

Madrid Cyi'lone, lo w II U 

Murder of I lie liishop of. 20 a 9 c 

- the Mail llobbeiy 5 / 13 // 

Mandnlay. Attempt to Burn. 21 « 9 c 

May. Sir Eiskine, Ketirenient of, 16 a y «• 

Metrtiugs. 21 m ^d 



Meeting at Iltvonshire House, 15 w 11 o 

.Meijxh r. Twjgir and other*", 17 </ J I '/ 

- thj Mines (^iiuuiis'iion Keport. I.' a 'J b 

.Ministerial \ 'n^is. 9 ; 9 a 

- Mr. Morley at Glasgow. 1 m )u h 

Mycenw and Tiryns, 29 a 9 •! 

I*ord Nel-on^ 24 u 9 rf 

New Hebrides. 18 ; 9 c 

i )iscoverv ia the Delta. M / !• <> 



yilenwd Traffilyir^ 27 m 9 <i 

Occup iti«>ns of the People, 2ti m 9 d 

— Opium Debate, 5 wi 1 1 « 

— ^ — 0,>positio.i8 io Mr. (iiad-io:ie's Bills, 



21 u 



9 a 



the Ordnance Department. 22 m« 13 t- 
— In^ dry, 23 ; H » 

Oxford and (Cambridge Boat Bace, 5 u ^> «- 
New liistorical Statute at. Id / 9 </ 



C\inii« Oe Pahs. C({ j iI « 

P.irii* VletroptJitan B>i.lway. {\u 9 d 

I Mili-unentary Procedure, 19 /m 11 c 

— v'ri^ia, 1 / 1 1 f 

- People's Palate 1. vying the FoundHtiuu 
Stone by the Prince of vN'aJe*. '^9 ; 9 c 

Pinide<»Mysierv. 19 <» Ac 

Political Siiuaiioh, 2 " 9 n— <> >» 8 a — 7 w •• 

.i — 19 a 9 11—28*/ 9 // — H m 13 u — 20/W9 u~l^ 
„, 8 /— 3 ; 9 o -a / 13 A— 12/11 a -1(> / 9 «* — 
18 /9«— 24; 9/4 

('ampai^n, 21 y 9 /*— 23 y 11 a— 26 y 11 ^ 



— :i8 ;9 u— 29 ? 9 </ 
— ' Prog, ess of, 30 / 13 a 
- the Portuguese Murri ige, 24 //« 9 b 



Position of tUeCiovornment. 28 w 8 /' 

Prodaaiaiioo of a Regency in Bavaria, 11 

/ 9 f 

- protection in the House of Commons, \o u* 
11 f 

the Queen at Liverpool. 12 m 9 c 

the Queen's J ubilee 19; II a 

Railway and Canal Traffic Bill, 1 a 9 b—7 

m 9 /- 

the "Revenge" Movement in France, 9 u i^ c 

lievenue Returns. 1 -i 9ii 

Revised (^)ns^itutlon of Japan, 16^" 9 <• 

Riots at Chicago. i\ m 9 d 

Royal AC'Ulemy Banquet, 3 m 9 c 

Observatory, 7; 9 1 

Rubinstein, 18 m 9 d 

Sale of the Dudley (^,hina, 22 m 13 / 

Sanitary ('ondition of the House of c'om- 

nions. 29 m \*6 d 

^cindiah and llolaar, 2*1 1^ d 

the Session, 25 ./ 1 2 /' 

Shipbuilding, 17 a II c 

. Shop Hours Xiegnlatioc BiU, 8 m 13 < 

A 6^ 



Lea 



ff 



PALMKIi Si INDRX TO " THK TIMliS NItWSPArKB. 



[April I to 



Leading Artiolei {continued), 

ShonhMnd. 24 / 9 d 

Socinl Science, 22 m 9 r 

Spnin. Klections iu. Id o 9 « 

King of. 18 m 9 c 



Spanit«h Budget. \!>j 7 d 
the Spanish Treaty, 11 m \2h 
Lord Spencer *a Apology, 22 a 9a 
StHte Trials Committee. 6 u 9 r 
Stepney Boiler Explosion, 12 i II 6 
TobHcco Growing 29 // 9 tt 
Trade. KoyNl(\)<iiraisfiii>n on, 24 tt 9 h 
Trial of the SocIhI Democrats, 12 n 9 c 
of Euphrasia' Mt rcier. 12 a 9 i^ 



Turkey aiid Or^'ece, 14a 12 a 

Two Kemarkahie Men. 21 /9 A 

the I'niun with Irel'ind. 21 a 9 h 

- l*nion or Separation. 24 m 9 a 
the Unionist Movement. 17 rw 9 ci 

Unity of iho Empire. 5 /« M o 

- Uni\er8fll Sea Diri'ctory, 2H in 9 e 

VanderismiKHen Trinl. H i 9 e 

Prince of Wales hhiI the People'8 Palace, 29 

j9r 

War, Prospects of, in the East, 20 rt 9 6 

Wild Flowers. 2M „ 9 >i 

Woodsrate v. Kdlin 21 a 9 d 

Yesterday's Debate. \ ^i 9 d 

in Parliament, 8 w \'6 fl—\2 m 9 c 

• Spee<*he8, H Ht 9 u 

Zebehr Paslta. ' n 9 b 

Leatham (K. A.; and hi8 (\>nstitiu'ntx, I i 11 / 
Lecky (W. K. )on Mr. Ulidstone's Proposals, o 
//I U) a 

- and Orsttao's Parliament. 4 ; 10 d 

Knd Sir W. Harc^urt and (rrattatrs Parlia- 
ment, a ; 7 /-7 / 8 r-H / III rf-9 J 8 h 

Leech (1. B.) Is [rel.uul Overtaxe.l? 11 m 16 c 

I* Ireland worth kee|>iiig? 14/ 3/ 

Jjeeds >Iu!«ic.il Kesiival, l.> m 7 I 

J^egal Appomtmeiirs. 14 'i 16 a^n m S h — 7 m 8 
«.•— 12 m n « — IT* m 4 r— 19 in 1 1 e- -22 m 6 h — 
n 19/ 

Leighton (Stanley) on the (Jreat Bribe. 20 m 6 A 

L^'Sitep.H (.M. dej Banqutit to, at the Continental 
Hotel. Paris. 7 n »'» r 

Lethbrid/e (it.) on the t^m«<iitutionjil Union 
Meeting. 8 m 15 /' 

Levi ( Professor) Paper on Joint Stock Companies, 
24 « 4 '/ 

Lewis ( r.) & Co., on the lat« Prince Bat thy any, 
3*/ 7 c 

Leytonstone. Royal Visit to. 19 j II f 

Liberal Asstxiiatiuns and Home liiile, 28 a 9 / — 
M) ft 12 d 

- Funds. Misappropriation of, Notes on, 10 m 
77—14 w larf 

1 — - Party and the Homn Rule Bill, 10 /n 6 d 
■ ■ ■ and its Leader. Note on. :>o / I2 6 

- ■» the Split in. List of MemberH, 9 / 7 a 

- — Unionists, Forming a Committee, 2\ a 9 d 
Committee, 30 a 8 £»— 3 m 9 /'~24 « 8 a 

— 3 t 13 'i 
Meeting at Mr. (^hatnberlain's Residence, 

IH m 5 / 

at Devonithiro House, 15 /n lie 



MoTemeut, id m lis 
56 



Liberation Society. Triennial Conference, 7 « 4 6 
Liberals at Eastbtiurne, 16 / 7 e 

Note on '* Seceding." 17 / 4 a 

Liberty and Property Defence League, \5 a 9 f 

— 16 m 12./ 
Libraries— Bet hnal Green Free, Tenth AniuTer- 

pary of the Opening of, I ao d 
Licensed Victuallers* Asylum. 59th Annivemry 

Festival, 2\ m\l d 
Licenses iu Middlesex, 6 in 7 /— 7 m 10 c— 12 m 

ft / 

Lichfield (Bp. of) and the Legal Hours for 
Marriasfes. 1 8 f 8 f 

Liddon (Canon) Movements of, 30/11 /* 

Liebig's Extract of Meat Company, 29 « 15 / — 
24; 11 r 

Light and Colour, Notes on, 3 a 6 a— 14 a 15/ 
— 20 a 6 e- 28 a 4 6—1 m 13/--U j lOr— 14 

17/ 
Lincoln's Inn Dinner. 27 tn 6 e 

New Benchers, 22 m 8 d-9 j9 f 

Linnasn Siiciity 9>*th Annual Meetnig, 26 « 11 /* 
LinJon (J. D.) on Li^jht and Colour, 3 a 6 a—'J-i 

a A h—\\ • IU r 
Liquor Traffic in the North Sea. U ; 10 « 
Liverpool IJollege, Gift of an Observatory to, 8 

a9e 

Exhibition, see Intbbnatjonai« 

Incumbents* I'eusion Fund, Gift of 20,0; "Ojc 

to ICstablish, 26 m I i A 

Kitual Case, 9 a \0 d 

Hoyal Visit to. 8 ri 10 /?- 31 m 11 e 

Visit of the Queen to. 1 5 a 5 </— 23 o 6 r — 

£ ,„ lOa— 7 w 10 a—Sm 13/— 11 m 12d-19 
ut i)/— I3«i 5 //— 14 wi l0/»— 14 »i II « 

and London and Globe Insurance Company, 

12 M II 6 

Lisxt (Abbe) Illness of. 22 ; 6 6-23 j 5 d 

(Franks) in Loniion, 2 a 12 a— 3 rj II /"-5 a 

«<>— 6o II e— 8 o9/— 9 a 9 6— 10 a 12«— 20a 

6 /— 21 n e 
Lloyd (S. S.) on the Anglo-Spanish Convention, 

16; 5/ 
Local Taxes. 28 m 8 r 
London (Bp.) on Mission Work. 1 w 11 c 
London Academy of .Music, t'oncert ut St. Jamef 's 

Hall. 8 ri 9 e 

Archdeaconry of, 20 »w 10 /* 

Association of Lay Helpers for the Diocese 

of. Annual Meeting. 30 ; 12 ^ 

Bridgo. Attempt to Blow up. Note on, 28 

a 6y 

Defence of. Lecture on. 8 m 6 c- 1 7 « 4 /^ 

Fetnale Penitentiary. Annual Meeting. 14 

yi0/-23 13 d 

Hospital for Diseases of the Chest, Annual 

Festival. Duke of Connaught at. 10 a 11 a 

Liberal and liadical Council, Meetiugon the 

Home Rule Bill 18 m 10 A 

4.'»th Annual .Meeting. 28 « 11 6 

(Jil Stornge ("oniiany, 24 ; II c 

Omnibus Carriage Company, 12 « 11 6—14 

o 14 6 

Parks. 1 /6y 

Parochial C^harities Act, 21 a 5 /* 

- Society for Teaciiing the Blind. Annual 
Meeting, ba 'J d 



June 30, 1886.] palmuk's indkx to '* the timks ** newspaper. 



Mar 



London and Counties Liberal Union and 
Goveriinieiit Bills, IS m lOr— 14 m 13./ 
Annunl Vfeetin^. 17 ; 12 5 



the 



and ( *oiinty Land and Building Company, 

Annual Mpetin;?, 1 a 10 <■ 

— and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, 
21 a II a-30 a II A 

Life Assurance Company. Annual Meet- 
ing. M <s 1 1 r 



and ProviiiciHl MHrine Insurance Company, 
18 f I2A 

— and South African Explotation Company, 
28 CT II «-»H / Uc 

— and We«rmin!4terWorkiag>men*B Conserva- 
tive Association. Annual Dinner. \ a 6 h 

— University— Appointment of Examiners. 
30 a 10/ 

Convocation. 27 w 10 i/— 30 ; IS /* 

Presentation Day, 13 m 6 e 



Jxing Credit, New Kill on. 5 a 9 d 

J^ngfurd (I^rd) on Ancient History, 1885*6, 17 

J lOe 

on Mr. Morley and the I^rds, 29 / 8 a 

Longridge (K. i\) on Holier Explosions, 17 ; 13r/ 
Lome (Vlarquis of) on Home Uule, 27 a 7 « 
Lottery BuiMiiig Societies. Notes «n, 28 a 4 /— 

29 a 10/— II m 5/ 
Low<' { \Vm.) on Creditors* Protection Societies, 

I 1 IM 8 / 

Lowry (R. W.) on Systematic Colonization, 80 a 

8« 
Loyal Liberals and Conservatives tee Consbr- 

▼ATIVB8 

]x>yalty Islands, 7 a 5 h 

Lubbock (Sir John) on the Shop Hours Regula- 
tion Kill. 19 t 8 6—21 a 6a 

- - and the Lniversity of London, 24 ; 12 6 
Lucas <( *.) on the Tilbury Docks 21 a Ad 
Luckimpore Tea Company of A8snm,'l7 ; 11 cf 
Lyndhurst (lA>rd) and Mr. Gladstone, 19 a 9 <f 

M. 
Macaulay (Lord) on the Repeal of the Union, 24 

a 4 e 
Macdonald (Sir John) Health of , 8 a 9 /'— 10 a 7 

r^lScj lOu — 17 o 12 / 
Macdonnell (Mary) Presentation to, for Saving 

Life from Fire, 30 a 7./ 
Machine Government. Note on. 17 ;' 10 r? 
Maf*kenzie Bros., on the Burmese War Material. 

26^7/ 
Macmurdo (Kdw.) on the Lorenzo Marques and 

Transvaal Railway. 30,; 20 / 
Maclean (J. M.) on Home Rule— Look before 

yon Leap. 1 ; Hi a 
Madagascar British Imperial Interests in, 30 a 

13 6 

Foreign Offlce, Notice about, 29 a 9/ 

and France, 18 w 10 c 

French and English in, 10 j* 10 d 

and the Queen of the Sakalavas, 2/5 6 

MAILS:— 

— — &ce ever If datf*ii paper 

American, 13 a 8 /— 14 ; \0a 

Indian, 23 « 4 c/— 24 a 9y- 26 « 6 6— 8 m 9 « 

Irish, Note on. 27 m 12 <• 

- — New Ciuiiiea, 8 ; 10 e 



Mails (rontinued) 

Northern. 1 1 Ml / 

Main Drainage Embankment, 12 a 4 6 
Manchester. New Bishop of, 15 it 11 6—22 a 9 / 

— 2Hrj 7d— 10« 9 //— 19 w lis 
(Duke of) on the Colonial Museum for 

London, 23 ; 9 / 

New College Centenary d lebration. 24 » 7 c 

Chamber of Commerce and Free Trade, 5 

w 9 /• 

^'onfirmation of, h m h d 

Note on. 28 a « « 

Unity of Oddfellows 15 / 6 /-I67 12 e 

Manning >^('ardinal)and the Parnellite Members, 

h m ft h 

HoMllh «»f. S^/ 9 /" 

Manners (Lord John) Address to his Electors, 21 
i 86 

in Leic«?8tershire at Bel^rave. 30 a 10 rf 

Mansfield Institute for Girls. Opening of, 12 o f»a 
Mansion House —Banquet to the Duke of (Cam- 
bridge, at. IB a 6 ri 

to the Mayors and Provosts of the United 

Kingdom, 23 7 8 </ 

to the Metropolitan Members of Parlia- 
ment. 21 m W d -29 m II / 

to the Representative<4 of the Colonies 



and li'dia. the Prince of Wales at. ^J 9 / 
of IjCflrned SociHics, 15 o 4 / 



Dinner to th« Judges at, 7 m 13 a— IO7 7y 

KA«ter Ranqnot at. 6 /« 15 6 

Lady Mayoress's Rect»ption. 1 4 ; 9 / 

Manuscripts, Sale of Kan*, ac Sith^-by's 28 / 4 /* 
Maple (J. B.'/on the Shop Hours Ri'gulation Bill, 

20 a i2h 
Mtnk L>ne Exprntn^ 30 ; 4 r 
Marlbo ongh ( I >U('he8s of) on Ireland, 2 7 9c 

College. 22 ; e 

Marriage of Affinity. Note on, 27 /» \2 a 
Law Defence Union. 13 a 8 /*- 27 m 10 e 

wlih Deceased V^'ife s si«ter Bill. 21 a9d 

T^rd BramwcU and the Deceased Wife's 

Sister Question. *.f6 in 10 / 

Hours Extension. 81 w 6 /" 

Legal Hours for. Note on. 15 / 8 e 

Mixed. 24€i 6e 

— ' New Marringc Act and Licenses, 8 HO a 
MARRIAGES: —In consequence of the RegiS' 
trar-General having a complete Alphabetical 
List of all Marriages in the British Dominions, 
also of all Marriages of British subjects abroad, 
which can be inspected at any time, at the 
office in Somerset House, it is not deemed ex- 
pedient to insert the minimum lists as adver- 
tised in the Tvies. 
Amelie. Princi'ss. of Orleans, 25 w 5 6 

(yieveland. President. 3 ; 5 6—4 1 5 a 

Crown Prince of Portugal. 25 iw 6 6 

Folsom. MIhm Agnes, 3> 6 6 — 4 ; 6 a 

Forbes (Anhibald, 21 ; 6 e 

Meigs. Miss, 21 J 5 e 

Nicolini, Signer, 4 / 10 a— 10 / 7 </— 1 1 ; 10 

a-l2;7rf 

Palti, .Madame, 4 » 10 o— 10 ; 7 rf— ll> 10 



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a-12; Id 
Mary Wardell (Convalescent 
Meeting. \9 1 1 r 



Home, Annual 



K9 



Hhf 



rVl.STfiR 8- I!?r)«:X TO ^''TIIlK TIBTES NEWSVAPElt. 



[April I fo 



Mi)r(ineaa'(I)aviil) on Nfr. Moulton*8 Vote, 15 ' 
.> t 

(Geo.) on SniTHr Bountie?. f% n 1 n 

^^Hhpe^o (I'rufe^soi) l^eport on Uiibandnging 

ManmiieA, 2/> \\\ 't 
MaMsRcros in EhsI AfM(!«. 7(5 o 3 r— 27 o 3 A 
MaKon (J. K.) on the Hurricane in Fiji, li tn \h f 

an«l Marry .. Li mi red). i3 m W <i 

DiVhJenil. \Aa II h 

\iA\\\cT (K. ^., on (%>|)er9. 22 -i 7 « 

MMiirice ( I'niiesMor K. I).)- Unveilitig^w Portrait 

(»t, { , \{\ . 

M t> MteiiimN .'i w (i il—^iH 4 (i-~l 1 m 6 e — IS'm- 
I -' .. - 1 4i «/ i;i /i - 1 7 wi 4 6 — 19 m 16 /— 21 m 
i.'T '/ -2*J //r 7 / -'^ m 10 «-2» m 4 /- 29 m 4 

Ml Hlniont (.J. M. )> on »(^n 80 of Boycott insr* 17 

on ihe State of Irelnnrl. 1 » ^^ 

M<iini.x-k (F. A.) Conscience and' Party, 11 <t 

7 « 
M Kroy ^ r.) on Mr. Morlvy's ♦* Otince of Fact," 

** «i 7 / 
^1 "Neil! (K. J.) on the Act of Union and the Act 

ol ^Selilenient, 21 n 8 c 
MphI from the Fiilkland Islands 11 ; 11 « 

— huportei of Fresh^ Hi a '6 «- IS m 9 e — 16 
J 4 t 

M»».li<al Scholarships. 16 rr 6Y 24»:« 9'/ -.29 cr9y 

— Soi:i«ty of fjondon. 6 w 8 / 

.Me.i]i liih OpUt of. 8 m i6 r»-2'J y» 15 h 
M^c^riNQS OP 0REDIT0E8:— 

Gihbsi, jHnu»,.& I'o.,. 25 ; 9 «-2G / 14' A 

- 1 1 timing. T. P.. & ( o.. 21 a 11 r 

- — Jersiy Banlcin^f ("ompHny. 21 a- fi*/' 

MxruMi and Lloy<l, 13 /» 6'a 
-- Kosv. David, and Son, 21 w II / 
V»»n'jinide Ma ine Fund. 3 « 14 o 
M..»rc«'r,H' C'orapany. Dinner. 24 j 7 « 
M'^rchHoty Taylors' Company, Banquetl II wl2 c/' 

> School, r.* I \I b 

Speech \h\y. \2 i S d 

M >rivsi!o(lleimMn;on (hi? Liberal^at Eastbourne, 

hi / 7 c 
Vernin • Vdana (\)n8t ruction Company, 31 m- 1 1 6 
.VUrv. Floods in. IS m he. 

.\>eieor. or Falliig Star. Remarkable Accident to 
a (Jo'itlenmn in St. James's Park by, 17 j 10 H- 
Meirofiolitan Association for linproving the* 
Dwellings of the Industrious Classes,. 24 i 1 1 r 

Asylum* Hoard. .Meetings. 24 m 6 «— 7 ; 7 q 

MdJdjPJLIfAN BOARD OF' WORKS:— 

- Banquet l)y the i hainnan of, at Willis's 
HoontK, I 7 /// 10 u 

Meetings; 5rt I2A— 12 flk4^6— 17 /»^ 10«— 20 

u 10 /— .^ /« 14 *i- 15 in 12 A— 22 iii'14'e— 34 m 
•; h-') I \'lh- 12 ; II li^'l^'i 1 1 e 

Meiropolitan Free llospital, 60th* Anniversary, 
Ij m 14 ' 

Life A^^uranoe Society. 1 4 w 1 1 »/— 1 4 w 1 2 / 

- - Pauperism, Weekly Kcturn. 2a 3 f/— 8 a 1 1 
<f— IG'j 11 U~2iti 12 "-.'9/1 4/— 7 «4c— 13 
m 10 rt— 20 m- 10 a -28 m 4''/»— 3 ; 10 /— 10 ; 6 
/-I7 ; 4«/-25 /4 f 

Pl-ovldhnt Medical' Aasocialion, Meeting, 10 

; 4*a 
Mexico; Bngfandage in, 5 m 5 6 
5H 



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Mv3cico, Public Debt. 17 ; 10 rf-23 ; 13 h 

MiHcellaueous News, 5 a 6 6—24 « 5 d — SI 

TO 6 /. 

Middlesex Archeaconry of, 17 m 9 d 

Sessions, 23 a 10 6—6 m 7 « — 12 m 5 f^2^ 

m 12 /I 

Milan, Lnbour Itiots in. 5 'j 6 6 
Mildnray (K. B.) and bis Constituenti, 11 > 9./" 
MiM Knd. Sanitary Condition of. 20 n 7 « 
Millar (A.) on Mr. Moulton's Vote. 14 ; 4 e 
Milhown ^iA)rd)* on thv Salb of IntoxicAtin?- 

LiqAiors to ( -bdclren Bill. 25 f 1 1 / 

on Mr. Morley and the Lords. 29 ; 8 « 

Milner (Sir Fred.) Sir Wra. Harcourt and the 

"Three Acres and a Cow," 14 ii 5 a — 16a 6 d 

—20 a 8 ri 
on a l*'ratjticaF Sdienw for the Relief of the 

IlJnenipUiyed'. 8 /ir 6 « 
••the Mind of tlw Irish People," 1868 and 188«, 

Note on. 24 ? 9 / 
Miner Legislation. 28 <i 6-r 

Kegulation Bill'. Note oiv. 11 mf* n 

the South Wales Inspectorship of, 7i 6 </ — 

8 / 10 d 
ICINIKQ XKT£LLIOENG£ : - 

Accidents, x«e Accidknts— Mining 

Akankoo Mining (Vnp»iny, 22 a 1 1 d 

Buviness of the Week, in each' day* t paper 

under Money Market 

— (ape Copper Mining Company. 10/11 * 

C<»piapo Mining Company, 19; 14^ 

l)e Beers Mining Company, 2 a II « 

(ireat Laxey Company. Dividend, 14 a 13T 

Nucupai Gold Mining Company, 8 m 15 </ 

New ChiK Gold Mining Company, 9 / 1 1 f 

Richmond Consolidated Mining Company, 

10 I 10 r 

- — Royalties, I>eputation to Government on, :f 
o 1 I «' • 

St. John Del Rev Mining Conapany, 29 ; 1 2 d 

Scotti.-^h Australian Mining C>)mpany, 29 a 

11 d 

State of Shares in Companies, see et^rif 

dm/^/t ft' I per 

Ministerial Appointmt^nts, 1 a 9 /—13a 10 a— 
14 fi 12 6—15 a ^ d 

Banquets, 18 m \0 e 

Defeiit. 9 i 5 «— 10 ; 7 <» 

French Press on the - Whip." 9 ; 8 r 

Mcivem'ints. I r/ 9 /— 5^ 9e— 13 «i 10 a— 16 

o 9 /- in f/ \) '—30 n /-3 w 9 e— 4 m 9 e— 5 
w "^ / -7 ///9/-I0i9e~l4 / 9 «— 16; 9^— 29' 
/ 9 </ 

ResigoHtions. 10 n 12 a— 13 a 10 a—6 m 9* 

« - 1 1 III 12' 
Mint. Annual 'lpp)rt. 28 w 12 a 
Miscellaneous Foreign News, .^w <rery day*8 pajt^r 
Mii^is'um Sninuk, Dedication of the Euttton, 31 m 

6 r 
Moabnnd IVa (^)mpnny. 3 / 11 r 
Mohck ^Lofil) on' Mr. Gladstone's Proposala. 29 

a 1 ' ► A 
Moncrieflf ( A.) on the Burstingof a 48-Ton Gun; 

10 til 6 fi 
IKONET MVRKBTr— 

Bill* of India, renders for, I a 11 a— 8 a \\ 

a -15 CI 11 a-22 a II a— 29 a II 6— 13 m 1 1- 
— 27 w II 6 — 10; U 6—17; U a 



'^une 30, 1?86.] palmer's iiii>ex 



u 



fi 



TO '* TIIK TIJfES NEWSPAPER. 



Nai 



Jfoney Market {eontinvtH), 

I'ify of (;o)ti<a{;w{M)d Ijoiin, }4m 11/ 

Domains and Daira Ivohhs, 26 u 4 c 

Paris Market, tt&e every d'ty*g fyif^er 

•^ Pemviao Bondholders, the Claiina of, 

(1 6« 



21 



Rsfes of AVoney Ourfent on the Principal 

Fon'igii Mnrkets, 2 a 11 />— i» a II 6—1 (^a 11 
b~2S a 9 6^30 n II b-Tm 11 r—Uin II /— 
21 m 12 6— 28 « 11 h-ij 11 6—11 j II #—18 
; 12 6— 25/9/- 

-'— Spanish Stocks and Spanish Rarooars, 12 / 

11' 

-: — State of the Maf ket. g^e e*^ry dojftt paptt 

B^tont U la lie < 'entenary, 11 w ^ d 

Montana (LoiHi Hobt.y on Home Rule, m 16 / 

l^iontana (-onipsny. 2(> ; 18 e 

>lnnte (^arlu and Nice. 20 a n d 

>1ontea'le (Ixird) on Af^ricuUural Prices ia Ire- 
land, 24 a 4 !•— 29 a 8 / 

l^lontenegro, Mi^eellane »iiIb Seym. 2(^/ 7 e 

^ — and SerriA. 23 > 7 / - v;9 ; 5 e 

^ — and the Vatican. \0 / 5 <i~24 jBd 

>f ontgoroery ( H. ive F.)on Burke and Gladstone. 
16; 7 r 

Moore (— ) Note on his Pension. 30 ; 4 6 

. (T. C) Application for a Crhnhial Infor- 
mation against. 8 ; 1 1 / 

iSfoorhon^ .^l^r.) and the New I^gisTatite As- 
sembly in Victoria, 24 n 12 a 

&1orewood & Co., of birmtneharo and* T^ondon 
Formed into a IJmited Company,- 12 a II 6 

Morgan & Co.. (Limited), 28 m 10 / 

liorley House Seaside Convalescent Home, 
Bazaar in Aid of. 18 m 5 c 

>ltirley (.Iohn> Address to his Electors, 22/11 / 

at Bradford. 21 ; 7r 

— at tbe Eighty Club Dinner, 9/66 

at Glasgow, 1 m 9 a 

and Irish I/oyalr*ts 26 a 7 <i 

-s — and ihe Lords. Note on. 29 i9a 

Movements of, 27 a 7 rf 

Note on his S{)eecb, o f9 J 

at Newcastle. 22 a 6 a— 22 ; 11 6— 2&; 14/ 

—28 ; 6/— 29 fH d 

Morocco, insttk'rectibn of, 7 <t K s— 10 y 5 r 

Commercial News, 6 ; 9 r 

Kitgland and Germany, 12 f 7 d 

News about. 80 j 9 6 

Report on, 21 a 10 f 

Treaty Negotiations with, 1 > 16 6 

lifote (J. U.) on the Death of Mr. Lluellyn, 80 

i 16/ 
Moolton (J. F.) and Mr. Colllngs, 10 1 12 il 

Notes on his Vote. U ) 4 e- 16 ; 6 / 

Mummy at Boulak, Unwrapping of, B j 5 d' 

Unwrapping of Remeses IL, 25 i 8 s 

Mundella flit, Hon.> Health of, 13 m 9 «— 22 i 1 1 J 
Notice about, 18 in 9 e 

— ■- at Sheffield on Home Rule, 20 a Be 

Municipal Building Society, 29 ; 12 cf 

Miinton (Francis K.) od Trading under Names 

other than their Own, 28 a 1 1 6 
KUBDESS:— 
Police OoDstable Bentle^, by John 9bx, at 

Leicester, 6 a 9 « 
•* — Wra. Brooks, al Nottingham^ 21 d 6 a 



t 



I 



Madera (rontinued), 
— by Polio man Alfred Bligh. of his Three 
Chil Iren, noir Prexton, 1 7 i/i 9 « 

Joh'i Win. Bt)wre«, by Q. V. H. Finch, irf 

Keniifih T(>wn, 11 ; 10 e 

M. earlier, by his Brother-in-Law, at 

Briiitflols. 1 7 M 5 / 

Mr?*. Clark and her Daughter Alice, at Bow, 

b)' W. K. Wriifht who afterwards Committerf 
huicide, 21 / 6'/-22 ? 8 / 

Mrs. Dkly, by hfer llu^bHnd,■ at Armagh, 

25 w s c 

.Mrs. Dono^rhue. hy her Husband, who after- 

WHr(U Attempted Suicide, at Manchester, 12 
HI 10 /> 

Afderman Hainiltun, by J. G. King, at 

i'cxile. 22 M 14 / 

Pi. lice CoMKtnhlw Hinte. at Fenny Compton, 

Kefii'SHl of the (r(»vernn»eiit to Offer a Kevrard 
for the Murderers. 7 « 10 h 

Rev. Mr. Houghton and his Wife, by Masais, 

at Thiiih. neiir I^iiiiids. 21 nt 5 d 

Maggie Kirk wood, by her Husband, at 

.farrow, 2n m 8 r 

Michael Larkin, by T>*o Brothers O'Donnell- 

at Cu<flgorman, 7 ; 6 </ 

the Kirut Hi^hop of Madrid, by a Priest, 19 

5 />— 20 a 5 6— 2 1 « 6 c—2'1 ab d 

Fu^erar of. 22 a 6 t 



- Mrs. M'Kenzie. by her Husband, who after- 
wards Committed Suicide, 12 ; 7 € 

John O'Neil'. at Lanaway. 'il al c 

• — Daniel O'Neill, by a Lunatic in West Cork, 
5a He 

James S. Parker, at Warthy, near Win- 
chester. 13a II b 

Lt. PaVet. by his Guides, on thte way frotn 

Algeria to Senegal, 1 a H a 

Annie Uliliam, by iJanies (^lark, who af ter- 

wanls Committed Suicide, at Newington Butts, 
18 m 12 r 

Mrs. Van der Smisson, Attempted, by her 

Husband, at Brussils. U) a 1 c—\X a 1 a 

.lames Walker a Liltle Boy of, by its 



Father, who aftirwaids Attempted Suicide, at 
Nottmgham, 26 a \ c 

Alleged, on Board the Beres/ord, at Sea, 15 

JAd 

Attempted, of M. CoUomb, in a Railway 

Train, near Versailles, \\ j 5 d 

supposed. Discovery of a Woman with her 

Throat Cut. in an Unfinished House, in 
Hahnler HOad. Cah>berwell, oO ; 1 1 c 

Musgrave (Sir A.) Movements of, 18 m 6 /* 
Mutual Fire Insurance Corporation, Annual- 
Meeting, 8 M 1 1 e 
Mycenae and Tiryns, Explorations at, 21 a 10 a 

- 29 a 4 «— 29 in 5 o— 28 ; 4 a 
Myers {K.) on Mr. Gladstone's Bills, 27 a 6 6 
Mysterious Disappearance of Annie Hale, at 

Chertsey, 26 y 1 1 e 
My ton, Alleged Incendiarism at, 28 a 10 



N. 



Nacbpai Gol(l Mining Company, B m \6 d 
I Natal Land Colonization C-oinpany, 22 n lie 
' /Nil </ 

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Nat 



PALMKU'S INDRX TO ** THE TIME5 NKWSPAPRR. 



[April 1 



Kotional Aid Society, Letter from the Princess 
of VVftli-8. 15 o 10 c 

Anns and Ammunition Company. Liquida- 
tors* Ueport, \) ti II r 

Art Training School, Distribution of Prizes, 

10 rt 12 r 

Artillery Association, Ainiual Meeting, 18 

Association for Promoting Employment for 

Reserve and l>i8clmrged Soliliers, l8 »i lOy 

Conservative Club, 10 ; 7 d 

Dwellings ^io(nety, 1 ; 10 /" 

- Fire Insurance Corporati<»n, 18 / 12 d 

Uallery, Annual Report, *Z a 5 r 

Healih Society, Lectures at, 1 tr 10 /— 8 m 

6 r 

Liberal Club, House Dinner. 15 a \0 a 

Liberal Federation and the Crisis, 7 a 10 / 

—20 ni 8 e 

Meeting to Discuss the Government 



Policy. 28 a 6 c 

at Westminster Palace Hotel, 8 ; 12 a 



Liberal Printing and Publishing Assuciation, 

1 ; lOd 

— Life Assurance Society, 8 »i 15 A— 10 »i 11 r/ 
^ Mortgage and Agency Company, of New 

Zealand, 17y II d 
^ Penny Bank. 10th Annual Report. 7 m 4 « 

— Physical Recreation Society, Note on, 14 

— Political Union, First Meeting after its 
JnaugurHiion, 17 a 10 e 

— Providence Insurance, 2a7 0-12m9« — 
18ot 12/>— 4/ lod— II ; 8<|-I2; 11 / 

— Radical Union. Inauguration of , 1 8 ; 1 1 d 

— Reform Union at Manchester, Annual Meet- 
ing. 30 a 10 a 

— Refuges for Homeless and Destitute Children, 
10; 10 /• 

— Rifle Association, Annual Meeting. 2Am 10a 

— State Directed Colonization, Annual Meet- 
ing, 21 w 8 « 

— Society for Promoting the Education of the 
Poor, Annual Meeting, 12 ; 11/ 

— Union of Conservative Associations, Sail 
e -22 ad e 
Meeting at St James's Hall, 17 m 6 a 



of Elementary Teachers, Annual Confer- 
ence. 27 a 10 o— 28 a 12 6—29 ale 

Naval and Military Officers' Association, Annual 
Meeting. 80 ; 20 f 

NAVAL AND HILITA.BT IKTELLiaENGE :- 

— Admiralty and Torpedo Boats, 2 a 18 c 

Appointments, 12 j 10 «— 19 j 7 d— 24 ; 



6/ 



Vacancy, 21 a 7 / 



Appointments and Promot'ons, see every 

day's paper 

Army, Commissions in. 1 m 7 c 

Manufacturing Departments, Committee 

to Inquire into. 28 / 1 1 « 
Battle of Waterloo, Anniversary of, 19 H W 

Black Watch and Lord Wolseley, 3 ; 7 c/ 

^-— Chatham, Engineering Experiments at, 80 

;4 d 

• Commissions in the Line, List of Successful 
Candidates, 6 a 6 / 
60 



Naval and Military Intelligence (continued). 
Coijrt-Martiai on Capt. T. Shepstone, 8/5 c 

Dockyard Accounts, Audit of. 2.; / 6 d 

Enforcement of the Militia Ballot, Lecture 

on, 10 i \) e 

On II. Vote on tho 43 Ton, 6 m o e 

il.M. Ship Colypso. Breakdown of. 4 m 7 / 

Cc//inffW'M)d. Explosion on Board, 5 m 12/^ 



— C /« (J / — I ;4d 

Nnte on, 1 »ii 8 a 

Jo'k'fl. Accident to. 5 ; 



14 r 



Ni/e ami the Trafulg r. Notes on. 20 m 9 

tf~22 m k\ «— 24 m 6 a -27 m 10 e 

J^oetnn Acci lent to, 27 m 7 d 

Wurspite, Trial of 11 w 16 e 

Iin,.^ri*use, Masting of, 29 « 10 </ 

Trial of, 9; II / 



Local 1 k'fi-nce, ' 9 w I a d 

Mn chine (luns, I / 16 r 

Mediterranean Fleet, 2 a 7 /"— 5 aid 

Military Appointments, 22 a 9/— 25 m% t 

—81 m 6<?— 2; 10 r 
Contributions to the Press, Note on, 23a 

4 « - 28 J 6 / 

Training of Boys, 6 / \2e 



Mounted infantry, 6 j 5 rf 

Movements of H.M. Ships, see under 

Naval aitd Military, in emh dty^a paper 

Naval Appointments, 10 « 12 a— 1 m 8 e — 

22jS/''2oj 14/ 

Responsibility, Note on. 27 m 10 a 

Navy and Army Retirement, 6 a 8 A 

Accounts, Blue Book on, 25 m 5 e— 27 m 



7/ 



Armament of the. 16 a 10 e 

AKsistant Clerkships in, List of Successful 

Candidates, 23 / 14 a 

Cadetships in, List of Successful Candi- 



dates. 22 > 4 /■— 28;8rf 
Note on, 15 a 10 fr 



;3/ 



Navy Club, Dinner, 21 a I W 

— (Hydrographer's Report). 28 ; 8 rf 

— Ke-orgaiiiz>ition, Note on. 15/4 e 

New Submarine Electrical Boat, 10 a \2 e 
Military Uifle for the British Army, 17 



Torpedo Boat. 6 ; 6 /" 

— Ordnance Inquiry, Notes on, 24 / 6 6 — 80 
; 14 e 

— Koyal Engineers, 16/9/ 

Naval Artillery Volunteer, 3 a 10 6 

Volunteer Corps, 24 a 7 / 



Ship News, 18 ill/ 

Side Armour for Ships of War, Notes on, 

16/ I2A— 18/3/»— 28;4./-80; 20 e 

Soudan Medals and Claspsi, 29 m 15 6 

Torpedo Boats at Sea. 12 a II s 

Trooping the Colours, 29 m 9 e 

Use for Obsolete Armourciads, \0 a Bh 

Yeomen of the Guard, Inspection of, by the 

Duke of Connaught, 13 in 10 /— 26 m 9 e 

Nelson (T. G.) on the Whirlwind in Norfolk, 5 
>16 6 

Brothers (Limited) Dividend, 15 a 11 cf 

Nepaul. Koyal Marriage in, 5 a 5 d 

Plot Discovered in. 12 a 5 d 

Nerbudda Coal and Iron Company, 16 a 1 1 i 



June ^0, 1886.J palmkr 8 ini»kx to ** the timka '* NKWt>i'A.rKK. 



Nex 



Netherbjr BurgUry, another Arrest, 7 m 10 a— 8 

m9 e 
NeiherUnds— the Leader of the Dutch Suciallsts 

to be Tiri-d for High Tr<*a«on, 24 m 6 /!• 

Legtfrlative ProceediDgs in, 15a 1 « 

Nettlefulda ^Limited), 3 ; II 0— U ; 11 <t-24; 

Jlr ' 

Nevada Land and Cattle Company. 26 in 11/ 
Kew Caledonia and New Hebrides, Sir A. Clarke's 

L»e«pNtch oil. \7 1 'A e 
Civil Service Co-operation, 10 a 13 6—20 

A II r 

(Jraze for (Collectors — Engraved Copper 

PUtes. 29 (J 6 £ — 5 m 6 « 

Guinea. Administration of« 22 /» 9 c 

— — and Australia, 16 ; 8 a 

Question. 4 ui 5 e 

a Visit to the German Settlement. 24 o 4 « 



— Hebrides, News about, « /* 6 r/— 7 a 6 e-^ 
a 5 (f-16 a 10 c— 21 a G c— 27 a 8 <i-17 w7 b 
-22/9/— 24; 6« 

Note on. 23 ; 4 A 

Massacre of Frenchmen in, 7 m 10 A 

and France, 16 mi b c— 9 > 6 a— 10 ; 5 0— 



11 ; lOtf— 17; a a — 18; 6 a -19 J 7<i-23;4s 
—26 ; 9 e 
Min<»r Planet, 5 a 9./— 10 /a 4 /* 

Oxley Kaiu-he Company, 13 w 11 b 

KBW SOUTH WALES :- 

Budget. 9 a 10 s 

• Financial Policy of, 17 ii» 7 A 

I^egislative Procfudings, 1 7 w 7 /»— 26 m 10 / 

Revenue Returns, 15; 8 / 

New btreet from Gray's Inn Hoad to St. John 

Street lioad. Noie on the Projjosed. II ; 4y 
— ^ York Life Insurance Company, 14 « 14 A 
N£W ZEALAND :— 

Fatal Vulcanic Eruption in Tarawera, 1 1 j 

in«-.12; 7 rf-14 ; 6/— 16; lOy 

'— Miiancex, 27 m 5 e 

News about, i3 a 10 d— 28 a 6 s 

New Zealand Grsin Agency and Mercantile Com- 
pany. 19a 1 1 

l^an and Mercantile Agency Company, 18 

; 12r/ 

Mortgage Company, Mm II d 

Newcastle (Duke of) (jelebrating his Majority, 
29 a 6 d— 3o u 6 c— 1 m 9 /-3 /« 10 / 

Newfoundland. Unemployed in. 2 a 5 «— 3 aid 

Newtfvendors* Benevolent Provident Institution, 
Annual Festival, 26 m 10 A 

Newton (Prof. C. T.) lA!cture on the Homeric 
House at Tiryns. 11 m 5 e 

NBXT OF KIN-PESSONS WANTET) : - 
Ackfley. Samuel, 19 «* I c 

Alcoclc, .>arouel. 27 a I A 

- Andrews, Moidecai Certificate of Baptism, 
10 a 1 A 

Arkell, W. S., \ m \ d 

- Arthur. P. Vl.. Ji m \ h 

Hall Stephen. 15 mi 1 c 

Baxber. John, 6 ; I p 

Bateman, Uebeoca, 7 /a I c 

Benson, G. H. J. V., Certificate of Baptism, 

3a I A 

Boniface Ann. Will of, 3 a I 6 

•— Bradshaw, Maria, 15 w 1 c 



Next of Kin, &o. (c.ofiUinu€d). 
Bridge. H. E.. 7 o 1 6 

Broom. J. Thos., 30 a 1 c 

Brow. P. T.. 1 o 1 6 

Brown, Alexander. 30 ;' 1 h 

Browne Thoa., WUlof. 16 ; 1 6 

BoycH, Wm., 8 m I c 

Brunskill, Mary. 12 ; 1 r 

Henry, 12 ; 1 *• 

Burton. John. I a 1 6 

Byles and Gould. 3 a 1 A 

Carugtiii. Barbara. 17 wi 1 A 

Coike. Klizabelh, 22 a 1 A 

Cox, r. and P., 10 a 1 6 

Crane. H. S.. Marriage (Certificate, 11 w 1 c 

CuUiiigford. J. A. A., 6 a 1 c 

D'ArgeHvel, Made., 4.1c 

David. Ada Sarah. 3 mi I A 

Davies, Kichard. I a I 6 

Mary. 28 /m 1 A 



Dearne. (has., 8 w 1 c 

Doherty. Jane, 17 m 1 A 

Drysdale. Eliz^bath h i \ e 

Ef^an, Anne, 26 j 1 c 

Elliott. S. J., liib 

Fehr, Conrad, 1 1 ; I c 

Fletchar. John, 24 /a 1 A 

Fornier. Mary, 8 'a 1 c 

Fuggle, T. F., 3 o 1 6 

Fulford. Major Wm,. 17 ? I A 

Galliers, Louisa. 2 ri 1 A 

Gibson. J. B. & (\, 22 a 1 6 

Gooderham, Emma 6 w 1 c 

Gore, Mary 6 w { e 

Gundry. V\ m. Henry, 6 a 1 c 

Alice Lcmiba. 6 a I c 

Halcrow N. J. S., 23> 1 6 

Hall. Alice, 2; 1 A 

Elizabeth, 8/10 

G. B., 2 ; 1 A 



— Hammond, James. 3 a 1 6 

— Hanlon or Henlon, John, 4 a 1 c 

— Hardman, John, 13 mi 1 A 

— Herath, Karl, 10 /a 1 A 

— Higginson, Rev. H. P. and Hon. Charlotte 
Why te- Melville Marriage Certificate, 26 / i c 

Howard, Thos. and Ann Stevens, Certificate 



of Marriage, 6 o 1 

— Hunipat^e, Charles. 26 ; 1 c 

Elizabeth. 26 / I c 

— Hyde, Kichard. 26 a 1 A 

— Innes. Eliza. 24 mi t A 

— Jeswon, Wm. I'ercy. 18/ 1 c 

— Johnson, Walter, 'i'i lu I A 

— Jones, ('apt Uoger, 3 ; I c 

— Joseph. John. 22 ui I A 
Kerry, John. Z6 a 1 A 

— Killion, Frank, 25 m I A 

— King. Robert. 1 7 « 1 A 

— Lambert, Walter, 6 u 3 c 
Geo. Pitt, 6 /« 1 f 



Lascelleei, Chas. Geo., 27 m 1 
Lea. Wm.. 15 mi 1 c 
Lockington. Thos., 24 a I A 
Long. John, 4 m 1 c 
Madon. Geo., \2 ft 1 h 
Nathaniel, 28 u I r 



61 



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rALMK.R8 INDEX TO '' TFIK TlflfKS NKWS:*AI>eflt. 



[April 1 to 



Next of Kin, Ac. {ronttnuerf), 
Mannern. Thoa., 18 ; 1 c 

MHTshHll, Ann, 2 > I '* 

Matrhcwii. P. A., 19 w 1 e 

M Gill, Mary, 2S a \ h 

— ^ M 'Murray. ('hn§topher, 29 m \ h 

Medley. John, 20 /n I h 

< Mitrhell. Juhn, 25 vt I 6 

Mubbs, Joshua. Ida 1 r 

Morley, Herbert. 22 a 1 h 

Niblett, James. Mi m 1 h 

N nurse, IT. K.. 2 n I 6 

Ouckaina, Lambert ami J. H. lleatbcote. 

Marria^ ("ertificat.:. 25 m \ h 

- Oxlfy. Jereinial^. 2 ; I h 

Parish or Parrish. Jamea and Mary. 7 m ] e 

- Parker, (\, J. T., H. K. aud Km 2i j 1 ^ 

Parrioiasien. P. Amy, 3 « 16 

. Patton, Geo.. Will of 2li m I b 

— - Payne, Richard, 21 i \ b 
— — Penning. Christian, Sa \ h 
Phillips, Chnrlotte. 6 /// 1 /: 

Pitaoh, J. W., 16o I f. 

- Pittman, Josiah, Wi^ of. 80 o 1 o 

- PoUard, Charlotte, Marriat^e Certiflcatje, 29 

— Hiike, O. R. and M. Muddle, Marriage 
Certificate, 19 m 1 c 

Kedmond. P. W.. 25 / 1 ft 

— ^ Kichardaon, Herbert, 1 a 1 A 

P. Amy, 3 a 1 h 

Kidd, Robert, low \ c 

Riley, Kdwin, 2 a I h 

r— RoSM. Josseph. 23 n I ^ 

Kix. John and LKzabeth, Marriage Ceriifi« 



cate, 2\ HI \ 
— Smith, H. J., 5 a 1 ft 
John. 7 m \ r 



— Somerville. Robt., 12 « 1 ft 

— Spratley, James. 2q I ^ 

— Stcelink, llendiik. 4 wi I r 

— Stevena. Mrs. Henry, 10 7 I r 

— Stirling, (\)mm<)dore. 21* 1 I /• 

— Stu».bs. J. P., E. ( '.. K. and H., 15 ; 1 ft 

— Sufhirland. John. 22 a I ft 

— Taylor, Mary, 12; I c 

— Thompson. S. C 2 a 1 ft 

'Ihoniion. Rev. Georg»>, 1 ; 1 c 

Titiens. 'Ihere^a, Lost Deed of Trijst, 20 

a 1 c 

— Vaughan, EvMn, 4 m \ r 

— Vidil. Alfred Jolii). 28 m 1 ft 

— Vincent. Osnian, 10 m I ft 

Walker. Family. !(> a 1 ft 

WalHe. R. li. v., 24 ti 1 ft 

— Wilier, Ann, Will of, 7 a I ft 

— V\ hite. Col. and Mrs. Dewe, 6 w 1 c 
Willson, (\ G., 19 ; I r 

— Wilson. Richard. 24 a I ft 

— — PuUeine and Owaton, 24 a 1 ft 

Robt.. 25 ; I ft 



Wood, Anthony, 12/ I c 
— George. 12 / 1 c 
Wooley, Ann. 6 ; 1 r 
Wynne, Sarah. 22 m I ft 
Yillwood, F. W., 7 m 1 v 



I 



liighiingale Fund, Annual Report, 9 ; 7 / 
62 



NiUaon ( 'hriatine) Reported Marriage of, 14 ?oe 
Nineteenth Century Ruikling Society. 3 a 12 «• 
£j.OMJFe (J.; on robaccot-ulturein Worce«teri)lilre 

and G1(»U( eatershire. 8 /« 5 / 
Nobei's IC^osives Company. 8 a 1 1 <i— 29 a 11 ^ 
Vordentdt Guna and Aiuuiunition Company, o 

) 15 ft 
Norria ( R. S.> on *• Coercion," 30 a Vi e 
Horth British and Mercantile Insurance Com- 
pany. Mi-etinkf. 17 ci I3 '> 

Kastein Steel Coiai^any. Annual Report, 1 

a 10 / 

Queenaland Mortgage and In veatmentCotUi* 

pany, 26 vw 1 1 ft 

Walea Quarrymea'f Union, Annual Con- 
ference, 24 M 9 « 

Northern Auurance Comp)iny, 21 m 12 ft— 7 7 1 1 a 
^ortl)brook Club, Banquet tu Sir J. Danvera, 1 (I 
a \2 a 

(Lord) and Lord Selborutt in Ilampabire, oqT 

Home Rule. 6 im 10 a 

Northumberland Strait*, Proposed Tunnel %• 

jcrosg. 15 ; K e 
Norton ( Lord)* on Houm Rule 29 <i 10 r 
Norwich Diocoaan (/onferenco. 1ft o 10 ft 

Disnuasal of the t^ity Treasurer, 9 i A 

Nourae ( F. R.) the Mixaing American, 6 ; 6 e 
Nova Scotia, Political i.-au|paign in, 14 / 5 / — iT 

j6d 

and the Dominion, 19 ; 7 </ 

and the Canadian' Ftnltration, 10 m 6 c 

o: 

Observatory, New, at Rouadon. 2 o 7 /' 
Cccupatiou of the People of the United Kingdoiq, 

20 m 10 b 
Ocean Railway and Gv^neml Accident Aasuranco 

(^oiutiaMy, Annual Report. 9 <» II « 
O'Connor {,T. P.) on the Iriah Question, b a d d 

at Liverpool. 22 a 6 a 

Od<lfello^a. Manchester l^tity of, Annual Meet«> 

inj?. 15/6 /— 16 / 12 r 
OSicial Appointmenta. 2 a 8 ft— 7u 12a— 10a 13 

# — 19 a 9 e— 20 ft 9 «— 21 a 12 a— 22 <i 5 / — 1 

IN 1 1 e— 3 utUd-n m 6 ft- lo « 12y— I» m 9 « 

—29 w 14 t/-l t 11 #-l I 12 h- o i I5d— 7;Sr 

rf— 12 ) I3c— 19 1 i3 u— 30 9 Hi H 
** /men of Happy Augury,*" 24 / 12 rf 
O'K lly (James/ and Mr. Chamberlain. 9 / 9 /" 
Oldenburg (Grand DukC of) in Kngland, 30 f> 7 ft 
Oliver (( -apt. S. P.) on British Imperial Interests 

\n MtiLigusy Afifairs. 3o a \b h 
Onflow (Lord) on Alloiments, 6 ; 5 e 
Oi>eu S|>Hces— in Luhdoi^. Note on, 23 a 3 e 

Raveiiecouri Park. 14 1/) Hi tt 

— Openiitg of St, Mary-le-Siraud, 21 m ^ « 

ot bl. Paul'14 BurialgrouiHl, Shadweil, 

26 M 7 /' 

Spa Fileda Burialground, I <i < ft 

Opium (^uestiuti- 2 i «> h—b m 13/ 

Oppoaition Movom^nts of, 13 a i'o a— 19 a 9/-« 

3>M9a— UrJd 
Orchids, Mr. Wm. Bull's, 11 m 16/ 

Sale of, 2i u 6 ft 

Ordinationa, 23 ; 4 ff--2l 1 12 r. 

Onlnance Department, 22 m 8 tf — 24 m i if 

Ore«, the Dirwst Keductiou qI, ibj iii 



June 30, l«86u] 



TAL]|RR''s index to "the times NEWSVArJCB. 



Par 



Orient SteMn Nftrigation CompAny, 17 a 13 e^ 

2\ aW a 
Orieotal Bank E«Utet Companjr, 5 ; 6 a 

Telephone Company, t2 a \\ d 

Orphan (Children. Meeting at Exeter Hall en 

Boarding-out. 7 a o d 
Oabome (t<. 6.) on a Strange Warning te Ireland. 

80 a 4e 
O'She* (Capt.) and Mr. Healv on, 16 in 11 /~17 

m 7 a— 18III 10/— l»iii 7 r 

Letter OB Mr. T^^nch, 26 m »/ 

Otago and i:$outhUnd Investment Company. 22 

a II e 
Otter X-lohn) on the Protection of Native PlanU. 

23a 7 r 
Oxford Miflston. 14 a 16 a 

Militar y (^oi lege, 14/ 12 a 

OXFOSD UNIVERSITY : — 

Appointroenta. 18 m 6 c 

-^ CUsa Ltsm^ 1m Us 

Congregations. 29 a 7 d—S m 5 e— 20 ai 10 

</— 3; 11 c— 10; 12 6 
Convocations, 29 a 7 d 

- Cnren Fellowships. 29 ; 10 6 

Degree Conferred on Mr. John Bright, 15 

f6d 

Degrees Conferred. 19 a 9 «— 21 a 7 d-29 

a 7</— 17 « 8 — 127 11 /—»♦ / « «— 24;r,€ 
—28 ; 6 / 

. Honorary Degrees Conferred, 16 » 5 /— 2S 

i 6./ 

Denyer and Johnson Scholarships. Sail/ 

>— Elections. 3 w 5 / — 18 m 5 c—2(>m 10 4— 26 

»9/— 16;5/"- 26; 9«-29i \0 h 
i— Ellerton Theological Essay Prize 22 ; • /* 

- Examinations. 27 m 10 <| -5 ; 14 #( — 17 / 5 /* 
^28/6/ 

Exhibitions, 8 a 1 1 /*— 10 m 9 /— 18 m 5 r— 

28 7 6 / 

m Fellowships. 80 <» 10 /-7 / 6 6—30 ; 13 / 

Mr. Irving at. 28 7 10 c 

Lectures. l<i m 6 e— 20 m 10 d— 26 m 9 /"— 

81 m9e— 10/ 12 A 

- Marquis of rx>tliifln*s Prize. \ a \0 d 
Miscellaneous News. 17 ; 5 /" 

- New Laboratory, H m lo /' 

- Nominations, i;0 m 9 / 

- Prizes Awarded. 4 /n 9 « 

Rf^ns Professor of History. 10 ; 12 ^ 

Scholartihips, 1 m 11 «- 3 /« 5 /"— 8 w 6 e 

—17 m 8 a— 18 m 6 r— 24 »i 9 /— 2 ; In d 

Slade Professorship. 10 / 12 A 

•»— Stanhope Prize. 7 »< lo d 

Unveiling the Statue of John Hunter. 31 m 

9e 

Oxford Valley, Drainage of. R ,1 10 c 
Oxygen. Solidification of, 2M im 8 6 

P. 
Pacific Steam Navigation Compnny. 5 m 10 d 
Palestine Exploration Fund, Meeting, 24 ; 18 o 
Paris (Comte de) Arriv .1 of, in England, 25 > 13 a 

Letter from. 20 m 7 /* 

Movements of, 26 ; 9 #» ~29 /On 

Protest against his Kx..iUion. i5 / 12 a 

-»— International Workiut 1 Kxhibition and 
Congress, 14j 4 « 



Panitola Tea Company. 28 / 18 rf 

Parish Churches, Kights of Parishioners in, Note 

on. 28 ; 5 « 
Parkins and Gotto. on the Shop Hoars Regala* 

tion Rill. 22a9 r 
Parliament— ApiHiintments, 5 m 8 a 
^^ Chairman of (\)mmittees. 18 m 9 « 

Clerics 10 the House of Commons, 26 a 8 /* 

the Coming. 18; 10/ 

Dis olutioo. 18 / 9 «— 28 j 9 J 

and Supply. 10/ < a 

Dnipped BilU. Note on. \ jB f 

HouM* of T^rds. Saturday Meeting. 21 i9d 

Private Kill legislation. 15^5 /— 22 aif 

— ISm IOA-4/ 6/-8i 5 r— 8 / ft c-l7y 4 / 
— 17 ; lOr 

Procdure (^ommittee on, 2 a m A— 6 a 6 « 

_7 m9/-I4m lOd— 18niK'/— 21 m 8 (1—25 
Ml »/-2 ; 5 r— 4 I 5 /•— 8 ; 10 d - 19 ; 6 ft 

Note on, 1 1 m 4 / 



Prorogation of, 26 / 10 <i 
or Adjournment. Note on. SI m 7 



— Question of Dissolution, Note on, 20 ai 7 / 
«- Sntiitary Condition of the Houses, Note on, 
II < 4 / 

the Tiftcties of the Government, 25 m 6 e — 



20 M 10^ 

- Ventilation of the Houses, 14a 12 d— 8 /6c 
Pfirliam ntary Dinners. 2 a 7 /* 

Klections (Keturninur Officers Expenses) 

Rill Noteson. IK »4a & A-19) 8y 

Correspondence between Mr. Gko. Mit- 
chell and Ix>rd SHJinbury on. 2 3 i 8 d 

PABLIAMENTAEY PBOOEEDINGS :— 

Access to Mountains (Scotland) Bill, 2't / 

11 / 

Accident near Sunnyside Railway Station, 

18 Hie 
— - Accidents in Minces. 6 a 6/ 

AccomniO'lHtion of the House, 18 a 6 a 

Act of Union. \7 n Id 

Administiation of British India, 18 in 6 d 

Admiralty ContrMCts, 18 * 6 A 

Admiraliy Department, Writertin, 6i lOe 

Advance. Notes. 3 a -S d 

— Agflhan lionndsry Commission, 11 m 8^ 

Alleged Misconduct of an Exciseman, 8 jhj 

Orange Kxcesses, 8 / 5 / 

AllutmenU and Small Holdings Bill, 1 a 7 a 

and Local Self -Government Bill, 20 o 66 

American Mails. 4 m 6 6 

Apprapriation BUI. 17 j 8 a— 18 / 6 «— 19 / 

9d-22; 6e 

Arbitration Bill. 29 m 10 6—6 ; 10 6 

Archives of Dublin Castle, 2 ; 6 a 

Lord Ardilaun's Cartridge-^ 2ft i\\ c 

Argentine Republic. Nationality in. 21 m 6 a 

Arklow Breakwater, 12 m 7 c— 16 ai 8 6— 

29 M 10 d 
Armed Cruisers, 1 6 a 6 c 

- Armenia. Reform-* in, 8 ; 6 6 

Arms Discipline Act. Appeals under. \ i% & 

(Ireland) Act. « e Irish 

Division, 22 w 7 /« 



— Army (Annual) Bill, 6 a 6 d-7 a 7 a— 18 

a 6 s 

Co'jpalsorv Retirment from, 16^66 

I ' 63 



Par 



PALMEU'S INDBX TQ ** THE TIMES '•*• NKW«PAP«R. 



[AprS 1 ta 



Parliamenta' y Proceedingg {continuej), 

Co -Operative Stores. 12 m 7 6 

Forai^e for, 1*J m 8 a 

PurdiMse System. 20 a 6 a 

Quarterpiasters \'A o ^ h -25 »i 7 q 

School, IitHpectors for, 11 m 8 fc 

Arrest of Sir Thquiaa Hesketl^, 4; 6 6—8 

j Qa 
> Missionaries in Madeira. lA a 6 /» 

Artillery Barracks at Scarborough, 29 »i 

10 c 

Artistic Copyright, 2 « 6 '/ 

Ascension Day. H ; 8 q 

Afhdown Foie«t, 2 n (> r 

A!*sistant Uevjsiht; Barriftort, 17 ; 9 a 



Athenry and Tuam Day Mail, 17 a 7 < 

AuHtrulia bettiis for. » / *i q 

— Australian C^olonies. 8 / <> <i 
Convention. \\ m 6 tt 



— Auxiliary Forcei*, Services in, 2 a fi d 

— Bankruptcy (Agricultural Labourer*' 
\Vnge«) Bill ya9. a-IO a 11 a— I6a6a -2(J 
m 5«— 2 / 9 r— 8 7 5 n 

(Office Accommodation) Act vl^^) 



Amend n»ent Bill. 10 <i 7 /*— 13 u 5 / 

Barrncks, Irregularities in. II m 7/ 

Basutoland. S)>irituou}i Liquors in, 6 a 7 a 

Battle of Ginnis. \2 m 7 c 

Bayonets. Testing of. 18 /6c 

Beer AdulterHtion Bill. 13 m 7 e 

Duty and the Farinersi. 1 1 / <» / 

- Belfast Main urainage Biil« I ; 8 a— 22 ;-6 
e— 2o ilia 

Uiuts. 8 / fi /> -18 / 6 r— 25 ; 1 1 c 



Belgian TrHwlerp on the East (^'i^t, 2 a 6 </ 

tiel:^iinn Disturbances in, 10 c/ 8 6 

l-euhaven i/i;4hi. 20 * <> v 

Benie (\>pyrii:h! (^Jnfe^ence. 10 a 8 A 

Biryeies m the I'ark-, 2.') ; 11 o 

Bi;l ^t;»nlp!^, !(>/< <> /. 

HiiU Advanced. 6 u 8 ,i— 1S» m 7 f — 21 m ^h 

—25 /« 6 c -I > ; <; /'— I s , 7 c - ! l» / 9 a & r~ 
2;^ / 6 <? -2:^ / 10 /•— 24 / 8 €1 — 25 / 1 1 a 

I'aM-ed. \7 a 7 if 

VVith.irawn, 12; 10 r— 22/8 6 

' — Board N'hool 18 - IJ r 

c»f Tride rubliuHtions. 2 a d e 

and I he Dover ii:irbour Board, 7 m i* r 



— Hitanliug-otit of I'anper Children, lU a 8 6 

— B«KM*8 ni>d IJ^ihepu. io u 8 a 

Unyuoltii g in Ireland, i m ii h 

Urewiiii;. uire vVc Unetl in 20 n» S c 

linti-h Museums, Sculptures at, 2 o 6 e — 

\u 11 s n 

Antiquities at. 10 o 8 a 

Ni.rih American Bill. 22 m 10 6—29 m 10 

« -- 9r 

I'lotectorate m the Quip of Guinea. 5 i 

Trade, 2 H» « 

^ — ii •>< 'Ice's Divorce liiU, 2/5e 

: Hu«lget. IG 6e 

:>nili'ing Societies, 14 a 8 6 

Mild income Tax. 20 o 6 a 

, •,ul-»iii;«. '0 « 8 A— 29 m 10 r 

u -ih I'olice Mild (Health) Bill. 10 a 7«— 

' i ; - {\ in W h 

•>* 



ParliamontaTy Proocedingi {continuedy 

— Burial >candnl. 8 <# m r — 1 4 a 8 c 
— Burialgrounds Bill. 4 m 7 6 

Grounds (Scotland) Hi(l, 10 a 11 o — 14 ^ 

U , — Inn 8 ,/_|l «i7 / — 18 m 6 0—12/ lO <» 

Burmal^, Conduct of Britisl^ Trqppe in, 81 

; 6 6 

Cruwn Jewels, 6 a 7 4 



— BuHineQs Arrangment^, 20ia fijc— 4 if 6 6 — 
5 w 9.-12 ; 9« 

Cal hn Castle, 19 » 9 fc— 25 ilia 



— Mr. Cama's Hospital at B<milyiy. 6 a (( «l 

Canadian and American Fishery Dispute, 

20 fi 6 r 

Canals Under Railway Com|Viniet, 7 11 6 «£ 

Cape Haqe Lighthouse Bi^, 13 u 5 / — 16. /s 

Cape Fown Barracks, 2 a 6 a 

Capital Punishment, 12 jh 7 ^ 

(^arlingf.ird Lough Light. 20 /i « r 

Lord (^unarvon aitd Mr. Parnell— Personiil 

Ks^planation, 1 1 ; 6 s 

Carriage fioads in the Parks, 12 m 7 a 

Cafje of Mr. M«Mire. 25 / lis 

of Abigail Bird. HJ ri 6 6 

of Mr. Frank BnM>ke. 28 i^ ft « 

of Signalman .J«»hn Cox. 8 ; 5 / 

of the Rev Jol^n Flemim;, 4 ; <16 

of .Vlr. Godden's, in Caraco4, li ; 6 4 — 

25 J 1 1 r 

of Wm GosVm 2 a 6 f/ 

of (Jol. Ho<>|H»r. 8 wi lis 

. of Brigade- Surgeon Rons. 28 m f> « 

of Charles Towill. 2.5 ; 1 1 rf 

Catholic Jurors in VIon.ighan. 7 a 7 h 

Cattle, Weight of Live. 25 m 7 6 

Abiirtion among. I ; 8 «• 

Markets of the United Kingdom, 4 / d c 

— Cavan Militm. 28 w i> e 

Ceylon. KcclesJHsiiciil (Grants in. 22 i 7 n 

Central Offiee of the Supreme Court, 7 m »> «; 

(^hainniinship of Committees, 11 m7 e 

( haiicery, Bu^i'.iess in. 8 ) tj u 

Chdrterhou^e Rill. 8/^/116 

Charilable Tru««ts, 13 a ♦> n 

Chief Gunners and Gunners in the Reserve, 

4 ; <i (t 
Chifia Mail Service. 23 / 10 c 

Church BuiUlinir, 18 ; «6 

Patronage Bill. 8 a 7 t>— 13 w 7/'— 14 m 5 

c — 18 /« l» *i — 25 m H 6 

Chuieh of Scotland, l)ivi<»ion, I a 4 c 

City ot London C/Ourt. 14 « 8 c 

(Mill Servants as Traders, 2 a H r—B a 1 >i 

Service h^stimates, Vote on Account, 25 



m 7 c 



Supply. 4 w 6 6 
Volunteers, 14 « 8 c 



Writers, 2 a ti c— 7 m 6 c— 15 w 8 6— 19i 

7 9 c 

— ('Clerical Interference at Parliameaury 
Klectiiins (Ireland). 2i m 8 •- 

— t lerks in Local Pris«ins, 14 08 c 

— CUubs. Licensing of, 4 m 6a 

— Coal Mine Accidents, 8 a 8 a — 19 w 10 y— 
13 IOa-17;8r—19;9A—22;6d— 23/10 i 

— Coalmg Stations in the West Indies, 4^ <i k 



• * . 

'Joiie 80, I886.3 palmer's index to ^* the times " newspaper. 



Far 



PakrlimieAtary Froi'eedings (rontinwH). 

C<»i>stfiruard8inen. Pay of. 2 » i« <> /- 2 / 6 c 

Collieries, Weights and Sc'»lt»* in, 22 wi 10 r 

Colonial An i^tance to KniigriinU, 10 a 8 a 

Pomine c , Oniwth of , 8 ; ii / 

Govern men t and the Navy. 8 / 6 A 

Information Uepartnienr. Propoied, 29 /A 

10 ft 



— ^— ' Lejnslaturefi an.d Houoc, H o 6 / — \0 a 8 6 

StNtiBiical Trthies. 4 / « n 

- the Coios*aa and her Guns. 1 / 7 « 

(Commercial (.Conference at Washington; 25 

J 11 r 

Commercial Reports. 10 <i 8 h — 1 1 m 8 A 

Treatitss and the most Favoured, Nation 



Clauftes, 5 ; 10 e 

— Commerce and Diplomacy. 8 o 8 rf 

— Conimissariaf, Qunrterni'oiters in, 19; 9 6 
Commissions for Seamen in the Navy, 21 m 



fie 



Commod Law Appeals; 18 / 6c 
Serjeant's Salary, fi a 6 / 



— — Companies Acts Amendment Bill, 16 a 8 6 
-19 M 7 «— 22 m 10 h-^2^ m 12 e 

— ( Compensation for Damages Bill, 6 a 6 d— 
7 a 7/'^14ii 11 '• 

■^- CompnlAory Purchase of Liind Compensil- 
tion Bill; 18 m 7 </ 

— Congo. ?8 Si 6 d 

— Consolidated Fund (Appropriatiooi; Bill, 

titlQ 

— Consular Appointments, \7 a T e 

— Contagious Diseases Acts Kep^ Bill, 8 a 
9 c— 10 a 7 s^iS a d / 

(Animals) Act 1878, 2 a 6e— 7 m 6 //^29 



m lOff-o; 10 r}~8 « 5 d^9 1 8 a— 17 ; 8a 

— Continuance Sittings Bill, 20 a 6 r 

— <C(|„vQyiii,^ji)g ^Scotland) Act Amendment 
Bill, 19 «• 10/— 6; 12 6-1 i> 8d-12j lu a — 
22 ; 6 /» 

— C«»nvict8 Removal of, 28 m 6 / 

— Copyhold Enfranchisement Bill, 2 a 7 «— 
lOa 11 a— Ua 11 r— 6 ? 10 b 

— Corrupt Practices at Elections, 5 01 9 6 

— Cottagers' Allotments Gardens Bill, 22 m 
12 r 

-> County Courts Consolidation Bill, 22 / 6 s 

(Ireland), 18 o 8 / 

Government (Ireland) Bill, 15 « 8 a 

Rate. 2; 6r 

— t^onrse of Business. lOaSe- 16a6e 

— Cowen, Sir E. P., and County Antrim, 3 a 
%tt 

— the Crtoit, Sfof 

— Crick le wood. Kilburn and Harrow Road 
Tramways Bill, 1 7 a 7 1/ 

— Crofters (Scotland) (No. 2) Bill, 2 a 6 s— 6 
a 7fc— 7 a 7 t — 16<i b a— 20 a 6 c— 7 w8 c— 8 
M II e— 11 mil 0—12 isi6cf— 21 mb «— 28 m 
6 a-29 m 10 a— I j 8 a— 2 j 6 rf— 4 ; 8 </— 1 1 
f 6e 

— Crofters* Commission, 8/5 (/— 12 ; 9 </— 18 
; 6c 

i^nd the Lord Advocate, 8 ; 6 6 

and Mr. Mncfarlane, \S f 6 d 



— David J. Apams, Seizure of, 14 01 6 c — 15 



Parliamentary Proceedings (rontinued), 

Customs, Redundant Clerks in, 2 a 6 rZ—ft 

a G /— 7 a 7 6— I 7 8 c— 2.> 1 ]\ a 
and Inland Revenue Bill, 4 w 6 e— 11 w 

11 Q-Um 9<i — 15 m 9 e-22 m 10 6—12 j 10 

a — 17/ Hrt -23; 10 a 

- - Death from Over Fee<ling. 8 <» 8 c 

Dedhatn (Sramniar Sclioul Trust, 28 m 6 d 

Deliveries of MaiU to P^^t^»e. 4 «i 6 6 

Depreciaiiim of Silver in India. 1^ m 6 e 

Derby Day. 22 m 10 «— 28 m e c & d 

Diplomacy and RritiflH Trade, 22 « 10 c 

Didtress in ( 1nre Island, 2 « 6 ^ 

in Kerry, lo m 8 b 

in the West of Ireland, 2 a e 4 

in tlie Wei'tfin Islands. 14^8 c 

and Outdoor Relief, :i j 9 



— Dissolution of Parlinroent, II j 5 e -II 7 7 6 

— 12 / 9 6— I9j9</— 22; 7 a— 26> W a & d 

— Divorce BilU, 25 w 8 6 

— Dockyard C'hanges, 2 a 6 e 

Joiners, 28 m 6 e 



— Dogs in the Streets, 28 w 6 d 

— Donegal Fishermen. 29 m 10 tf 

— prainage of the Iloune. 25 ; 1 1 d 

— Drowned Persons (Di«iO very ilnd Interment) 
Bill 8 /7 8 a— 15 a 8 c/— 7 in (» ri— 18 w 6 6 

— DundtiJk Gas Rill. 21 m <i 6 

— Durharn. Prisoners in 13 a 8 6 

Sunday Closing Bill, 26 m 5 « 

— Ditinion. 2(5 tnSd 

— £ast Indian (?6'mmittee 2 a 6 « 

— Kaster Holidays, 13 n 5 / 

— Eastern Oisis, 2 o 6 a & 4; 

KoumeliH. i4a8rt 

EduCHtion, (TomnJisslon on Elementary. 2 



a6d 

Result Kxaminntions and Fee«. 2 « 6 e 

— Edncilion Vote 18 ; 6 e 

— Educational Co Je aud Examinations; 1 b m 



Egypt. 8/66 
TrtKjps in. 7 m 6 e — 12 m 



i r 



Egyptian, Daira and Domain Loans, 2 a 

6r 

Campaign, (i f 5 f 

Medals f<»r the Marines. 10 a 8 a 

Election Expenses, Payment of, by the 



Public, 2 / 6 / 

irt 18-5. 18; 6d 

of Guardians at Nottingham, 16 n 6 6 



Electric Lighting Act (1882) Amendment 

Bdla. I« a 6 e-2 a 6 «— 1 1 » 6 «-l9 / 9 <i 

- Elementary Education Provisional Orders, 
26 m 5 s 

Emigrants' Informatfon Office, 8/ 6 a 

Emigration. 8 ; 5 € 

of Orphan and De^rted Children, IS d 



6 6 



English Consuls 4 ; 6 6 

— and Scotch Education Codes, 16 a 6 6 
Ensilagt Commission, 2 ; 6 s 

— Appliances, 4 ;66 

EvictiouH itear Chancery Lane, \ )' S d 
at Templejort, (y a V, d 



Excise. A!*8istMni(> of, 18 tf 66 

Oflfoers, 2j0e 



Par 



TALAKK^B muex TO ** THE TIMES '' NEWSPAPKft. 



[April 



Parliamentary Proceedings (^continued). 

— — KxpiosiuB OB H^M. ship CoUingwoocL 7 m if 
€—t^m 11 a &«-U Ml 6 6— 18m6'</— 2i m 6a 
—22 m 10 c & «— 25 m 7 6— 2» m 6 /—I 9 8 e 
-^g;8rf— 19/9 6 

Estra Duty on a Boiler at Salonica, 18 j6<f 

Kxtradition, 29 m 10 6 

Farmers and l^abDurers- in Wales. 3 a 8 d 

Fatal Fire hi Beak Street. 21 m 6 e 

Felixstowe and Mklkmd? Kaitway aill, V2 

m ii d 

Felliiwship Poitera of the City of London,- 

11 / 6/ 

Fiji. HurrioHnein. I8;6r 

Firtit Headings. 18/6 o--19 / 9 b 

Fi(<lieries Amendment (Scotland) Bill, 12 



m 6 



» ♦/ 



Disputes in North America, 25 m 7 a--> 

O y liw — 19/ 9 </ 

— Fishing Privileges in Scotland. 29 ftt 10 c 

on the Scotch CoHSt, 13 a 6 6 



Foreign Copper Coins. 1 / 8 c 

Foreshores in Scotland^ 21 m 6*e 

Forest of Dean. 7 o 7 6 

Mr. Forster^ 7 a 7/ 

Fort of Culmore I / 8 rf' 

Fortifications of Simoii''s Bay and Table 

Bay, 18 J 6e 

France and the New Hehridea; \S') 6 d 

- Freshwater Fisheries, 19 w lO /— 21 w 8 e 
—22 m 10 ff 

Friendly Societies Act ( 1 875) Amendment 

Bill, \ j7 d 
(Tranhmission of Money). 8a 8 a — 19in 7e 

Finiersl. a Mock. \ j S d 

Gnt'lic in the I«lHnds of Scotland; 20 a 6 a* 

Garden Allotments Bill; 5 ; 10 c 

Gibraltar, (ioveruorship of, 8 m 1 1 e 

Girvan and Portpa trick RnilwHy, 16 a 6 e 

Glebe Lands (No. 2) Bill, \7 f oa 

Gold « oinage, 1 8 w 6 c 

and Silver Plate at the Colonial Exhibi- 



tion. 29 w 10 c/- 2 ; 6e 

— Government of Ireland Bill. 9 a 5 e — 10 a 8 
c — \'6 a 6 r — 14-0 8 c— 16 a 8 a— 8 m 11 s— 1 1 
i«8r— 14*m6 c— 18 m6d^l9 ^m 8 d— 22 m 10 
e— 26 /« 6 «-29 m 1 1 «— 1 ; 8 «— 2 / 6y~4 / 6 
d^n 1 10 /— 8-/6C 

Division List, 9'j 7 h 

a Point of Order, 1 ; 8 « 

Schedules of. 19 w 8 5 

Text of, 16 a 8/* 

Guverntuent Loans for Irish' Purposer, 7 a 



7^6 



and the Cinohona Bark Trade; lOa 8a 



Gouensey Revenue of, 197jf 1 w 
Ounboata. 12 m 7 c 
Quns, Manufacture of, 22 m 10 c 
ii arbours of Kefuge 3 n 8 a 
Hat Qjiesliun, i;S d 6 o 
60 



— Grain Bags in Russia, 29 m 10 c 
» Gravesend and Nurthfleet Docks and 
Railway Bill. 2 / 5 d 

— Greece. 6 a 6 /*— 6 m 9 6—7 m 6 a— 8 mile 

— 11 IN 7«/— 11 in 8 6—8 ;6rf 

— Greenwich Age Pensions. 2 a 6'C 
Park,. 29 m 10 r/ 



Parliamentary Proceedinga {continued), 
Hnyling Common, 12 »< 6 a 

Hayti, 10 a 8 6—1 i%d 

Sir J. Pope Hennessy, 19 / 9'c 

H.M. Ship Calypto, 25 « 7 6 

Herb Beer, 7 m 6 d 

Highways Acts Amendment BilL IS a 8^ 

17a 10 6—7 » 8c 

Hillhead and Kelvinside (Annexatioo 

Ghisg(>w)Bilt2/5« 

Holyhead Pier. 21 » 6 <r 

Home Office Bills, 1 1 m 8 6 

Rule of «0^ GoTERilMlksKT, Inti^KD Brr.1^ 

Debate, 13 a 6 6—17 ,t 7 rf-4 m 7 r— 1 1 

m 8 c-12 w 7 c— 15 m 8 6—22 m 10 <i— 25 sa 7 
c— 28 m 7 a— 4 /Br 

Petitions against, 9 c 6 rf— 10 o 7 f—l9 a S 

/•— 14 a 8 a— I6a 6 a— 17 a 7 d— 20 a 6c— 4 jw 

6 a— 5 m 9 a— 6 m 7 a— 7 m 6a & 6— ^m 11 a 
Ac— 11 fN 7<f&r -12m6 a& /— 13 m 7 a — 
14m5c&/— 15 w 8 a— 18m 6 a& 6— 19 m 7 
d &/— 20 m 7 a— 21 m 5 <•— 21 w6 4-22 m \0 
a&6— 25 m 6a & s— 26 m 5 6— 26 m & a— 28 na 
6a&«/— 29^m 10a A 6— I /7a-l;8c— 2.; ^ 
rf_3 ; 8 0—4-/ 6 a— 6-/ 10 a&d^S ; 6 rfA 6 — 
9 /8 c— 1 1 ; 5 «— 11 ; 6>-12 ; 9 a— 18 / 6 a 

for, 11 w7y— 12 m7a— 18m7a— IS 

»a-8 a-20 m 7 a— 21 m 6 6— 25 m 6 s— 29 m 10* 
6-l/8<>-4/6a— 5; 10 rf 

and the Arms Bill. 19 m 8 6 

and the Church of IVelknd; 6 0*6 <# 

and the Government, 29 mlO d 

and Irish Methodiits. 19'm 8^a 

— ^-^ for Great Britlun. 8 j 6 6 

Home-Grown Chicory, 7 m 6 s 

Homestead' and Exemption Laws in the 

United States,- S m W d 

House of (Commons and' the Public; 18 f 6 c 

Hull, Bamsley and West EUding Junction- 
Railway and Dock Bill, 12 / 9 a 
Hyde Park Comer (New StreeU) Bill, 

7 6— 19 m 7 d— 25/ 11 a 

Idiots Bill. 7 a 7 a— 10 a 7/— 18 a 5/ 

^^ Imperial Federation. 5 ; 10 s 

Ltip'rieuse and the Warspite, 7 a7 e 

Import Duties- on Foreign Imports. 15m 8c 

Income Tax, 7 m 6c— 12 m 8 a— 14 m 6 c— 

25 m 6 / 

Collectors-, 12 m 7 6- 15 m 8 o fr 6—12/ 

9d 



4 nt 



in Tralee. 26 / 1 1 c 

on Foreigners, 25 #« 7 a 

Incumbents of Benefices Loan Extenaion' 

Bdl. 18 //I 61— 22 m 6 c 
India, Seleitt Committee on the Governments 

of, 22 / 6 ri 

Indian Budget, 22 / 7 6 

Committee, 20 a 6 c— 22 m 10 c 

Factory Act, 28 m 6 d 

Income Tax. 26 m 6 d 

Railway (Loan) Bill, 12 i 9 6 

Silver v^ueetion, 1 4 m 6 c 

Trade, Blue Book on, 22 j 6 / 

Infantine Gambling. 3 a 8 ^ 

Infants Bill, 3 a 9 c-17 a 10 5—4 m 7 6— 

Bm 7 c- 18 m 6 ri— 26 m 5e— 29 m IO6— l>da 

- Iiikberrow Charities, 19 m 8 a 



^QQe ^0, 188^.J pai^mAr's iKutz to ** rnt tiuAs '* nAvtspaper. 



Faf 



PMdiwnimtRTy ProoeediugB rron/tfiue//). 

- - Inspeeior of Mines for Soath WR]e«. 1 1 » 7 a 
Intenmtional and ColoniHl Copyright Bill, 

9 a 9 a~16 a » 6—7 m 6 c—2j tf 0--5^ 12 6— 

9; Sa — \9i^tt-22j6€ 
^-^— Intimidiition hy a Baiiitf, 21 w 6 e 
— ^ Inremesa Po»t Office, 7 m 6 e 
Ionian Bank BiL. 22 ^ 10 a 

Ipswich Lleccioi), 8<i8c— 8a7c 

— — Iceland, Alleged IntiAiidation by Orange- 
men. 1 5 jR 8 a 

Boycotting in, 28 m 6/— 4> 6 6 

— — - in Kerry, 2 i 6 « 

Carrying of Arms in. 18 ; 6 6 

Cntholic Magfstrates. 4 ; fi 6 

riril Service in, 12 m 7 r—29 m \0e 

-"-^ Coroner of Antrim^ 26 nt 6 6 

Crime in, 14 n 8 a 

Drainage Loans in. 2 / d /* 

-^ Evictions. 14 m 6 a— 25 f il d 

Oorernment of , 8 m II 6 

and the Governro«*nt. 11 ; 6 /* 

' House League in Tipperary, 26 m 6 b 

Land Farcbase in. 6 « 9 6—24 ; 8 6 

• Lord Lieutenant. 12/96 

Mutilation of Cattle in, 5 / 10 e 

Payment of Tithes in, 25 Ml « 

Poisoning Fish in. 21 iir 6 </ 

Police Protection in, 2 ; 6 <f 

Bental of, 6 a 6 <f 

— = State of, 12 m 7 a 

Irish Appeals in the House of Lords,- 4 / 6 tf 

Arms Act, 16 a 6 c— 11 m 8 c— 19 m 8 6 

—21 m tf <f & s— 28 at 7 a— 29 m 12 s—l i7c/ 

•«-2j6s 

Bankruptcy Court, 7 a 7 c— 7 «i 6 c 

^ Bills. 28 m 7 a— 1 j 8 s 

Church Fund. 18 a 6 6 

^ Civil Servants, 25 m 6/ 

■• — Colonels of the Militia. 28 m 6 « 

Commission of the Peace, 6 ; 10 cf 

' ■ Education Commissioners, 25 / 1 1 d^ 

Electoral Statistics, 14 m 6/ 

Fishery Commissioners, 8 a 8 c 

Loans, 18; 6c 

Glebe Land Tenants, 19 ; 9 rf 

Land BUI. 14i8c 

— ■• Purchase, 3 a 6 c 

- Bill, see Salb and Pitbohasb or 



JjJOID 



ml a 



Lightkeepers, 18 ; 6 6 

Loans to Fishermen, 28 m 6 s 

Local GoTemment, 4/66 

Magistrates, 2 a 6 c 

Militia Snider Rifles. 5/ 10 c-^j 10 d 

Model School, 28 m 6 e 

Poor Law Elections, SaS c— 6 a 6/— 20 



Population. 28 m 60 

Postal Arrangements, 23 / 10 a 

— Inspectors, 1 6 m 8 a 

— Service in the North, 1 / 8 a' 
Representative Peers. 11 m 7 s 
Registration Books, 26 m 6 c 
Royal Constabulary. 25 m 6 /— 28 ml a 



Iron Sailing Ships, 22 ; 7 a 

-*— Ironclads, Experiments «rith, S j 6 d 



Parliamentary Pxoeeedingi {continued). 

Island of Tristan U'Acunha, 26 m 6 6 

^^ Ii«le of Dogs. \S m 6 e 

Jspan and England. 25 ; 11 <i 

Judicature Fees in Ireland, 18 a 6 a 

Jurors Detention Bill, 29 m 12 s— 2 / 8 d-^ 

22 j6d 
Justices* Jurisdiction Bill, 2 o 6 u 

Kunnington Klection Tetiiion, 9 a 5 cf 

Kew Gardens, 6 a 6 c— 7 a 7 r—iaa 6 a— 

2o ; 1 1 e 

Kimberley Diamond Mines, 18 96c 

Kifihnsghur Government College of, 200 66* 

Kitchen Tariff. 6 n 6 e 

Kingstown HanrbouT, 19 m 8 a 

Packet Sorters. 26 m 6 6 

^^ Labour Statistics. 18 / 6 

Labourers (Ireland) Acts Amendment Bill, 

Ida 5 /— 19 m 7 (/— 2» m \it a—5 j 10 6—18/ 
6 0—22 / 8 r~28 ; 10 u-24 1 8 6— 24> 11 e 

Land Cultivation Bill, 15 a 8 6 

Tax Commissioners* Names Bill. 11 j 8 tt 



—22 / 6 rf— 24 ; 8 a 

Transfer (Scotland) Bill. 12 m 8 6 



Law of Evidence Amendment Bill, 2 a 6 (t 

—19; 9 6 

— Sir John Lentaigne. 18i 6 6 

Liberation of a Dy namitard, 16 a 6 c 

^^ Licenses to Keep Arms, 25 m 7 a 
Licensing Laws, 29 m 10 

Lighthouse Illuminants, 7 a 7 b — 14 m 6 a' 

— 11/7 a— 18; 6c 

— Discipline in, 13 a 6 a 
Eceepers in Ireland. 15 m 8 a^28 m 6 s 



— Liquor TrafRc Local Veto (Scotland; Bil^ 
17/ 8 a 

— Liverpool Volunteers. 18/66 

— Col. Lockhart*s Expedition; 9.2j6aAif 

— Local Government ^Ireland) Provisional^ 
Order (PubUc Health Act) Bill, 22 m 10 6—25 
iir6 a 

— London Outdoor Customs, 6 ; 10 d 
School Board Electiona. 2 a 6 </ 



— Losses by Riot Compensation Bill; 12 ai 8 6' 
—21 m 8 0^25 m 8 6—29 m 12 e— 19> 9 a— 22^^ 
>6c-28/ 10 a 

— Lowe*8 Charity (Lichfield), 19 m 10 e 

— Lunacy Acta Amendment Bill, 7 a 7 a — lO' 
a 7y— 16 a 6 a— 12 / 10 a— 22 j 6 « 

(Vacating of Seato) Bill, 9 a 5 <l 

— Maharajah Dhuleep Singhj 26 m 6 e 

— Mails to India; 2j 6 d 

to the Outer Hebrides, 19/95 

between outer Hebrides and Oban, 8 m 1 1 d 

to the Outer Isles, 29 m 10 c 



— Maltese Nobility, 18 m 6 a 

— Marking of British Made (Joods, 7 ai 6 <i 

— Marriage with a Deceased Wife*s Sister 
Bill, 25 m 6 a 

Division. 25 m 8 6—26 m 10 s 

(Hours of Solemnization) Bill, 18 a 5 s— 



16 06 a— 11 9 6/* 

— Married Women (Maintenance in Case ot 
I>esertion) Bill, 6 m 7 <<— 14 / 8 0— 22> 6 a— 
28 / 10 a 

— May, Resignation of Sir T. Erskine. 16 a 6' 
(/— 17 a 7 / 

67 



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U*8 INDEX TO '^TllK riaiE?^ '* NEWSrAPKR. 



[April 1 t<3 



FarUamontary Proceedings ( rontinued). 

MArtirii Breech iilock. 2o j II c 

Meal Supply, \ i 7 e 

Medical Acts Amendment Bill. 4 w 6 / -18 

m6 c/— 18 m 8 f/— 1 ; lOc— 11 jbe—ldjQa— 
22j6o-~2S i 10 a— 25 ; 1 1 e 

Offices at -uakin. 8 /« 1 1 d 

Merchandise Marks Act, 1862, 1 / 8 e— 22 

Merchant Shipping Act, Alleged Breach fo, 

II lu^b 

(F'ishing Boats) Acts Amendment Bill, 

Bill, 17 ;8A— 2a i M) h 

Metropolitan AHyluins Board. 29 nx 10 6 

Board of Works (Money) Bill, 17 j 8 a- 



23; 10 a 

Fire Brigade FxponRes. 8 a 8 o 

(-ommou9 (Provisional Order) Bill, 



12 



w^d 



Parks, 21 m6 e 

Police (Stations). 8 « 8 ri— Ifi o 8 A— 17 a 



10 A— 11 m 7 /— 12«/6*— 14 mb f 
and the Telegraphs. 2 a 6 6 



Military College. 10 m 7 e 
Bands and Political Demonstrations, 22 /a 



lOrf— 2 ; 6*-— 4 ;«r— 12/0 6 

Cemetery at Tauranga and New Zealand, 



22 ; 6./ 

Tents. Repairs of, 20 a 6 <t 

— Militia 8« 8r/-l4m 6 c 

and the EKctions. 22 / 6 /" 

and Yeomanry, Vacant Commissions in, 



10a 8/1 

— Mineral liesources of the Country, 7 a 7 6 

— Minos Ii«^guUtion Act. 4 / 6 a 

— Mining Koyalties. 15 m 9 d 
Leases (Cornwall add Devon) Bill. 21 m 



8c 

— Ministerial Crisis. 9 ; 8 a 

— Muntsioa, the (-hief, 4 » 6rt 

— Moonlighter, Official Correspondence in the 
Possession of a, 4 ; 6 r 

— Moonlighting, Alleged, in Tyrone, 7 a 7 c 
at Dungannon, 19 w 8 b 



— Morecarobe Bay Cockle Fishery. 26 m 6 e 

— Municipal Franchise (Ireland) Bill. 14a 1 1 
—6 m 7 fl— 29 m 12 «-22 ; 8 6—25 ; 1 1 / 

Murder near Killarney, 8 ; 8 (2—8 ; 6 6—9 



; 8a 

— Naas Gaol, Maid 

— Nagpore- Bengal Railway, 8 m 11 < 

— National Debt, 17 a 10 6—4 in 6y— 11 m 11 
6—12 m 8 r— 15 m 8 a — 18 m 6 6 

— National Education, 14 o 8 6 
League and the Comnrissfon of tbe Peace, 



25; 11 d 

Portrait Gallery; 22 m 10 a 

— School Teachers and Parhamentary 
Election, 1 7 > 8 a 

— Naval Artillery Volunteers, 8 a 8 d 
Administration, 19 ; 9 d 

Construction. 3 a 8 rf 

Executive Officers, Talc 

Engineer Students, 10 a 8 6 

Guns, 25 m 7 a 

— — ManoBurres, 19 ; 9 <• 

Pensions, 6 u Oy— 7 « 6 d 

G8 



Parliamentary ProceedingB [rontinutd). 
N'tval Keview. Proposed, 5 ; 10 « 

K^serve Men, 18 ; 6 r 

Volunteers, 2 ; 6 « 

Niivy Estimates, 2a 6 o— II m 1 /- 

1 7« 



It 



— NMvigation of the Banrt. 22 m 10 d 

— xN>w HiiU, I d 8a-2a 7e— 15 a H rf— 16 a 
8 />— 6 w 7 c-20 »i 7 e -2 ; 9 c— 3 ; 8 d— 5 ; li 
6-12 / 10 r 

Admiralty and War Offices 2 a 6 d— 3 d 

10 6_l4 ,1 H 6— 16 fi 6/r- 22 •« 10 a 

Calidonia. Coneul at, 19 1 9 if 

Hebrides, 16 m 8 6-11 j7 a— 18 ; 6 <l— 

19/9 6 & <i 

— Members.! a 7 f—da od — 15 a8 d~t7a 
7 d— 4 w 6 6 

Peeis, 2 a 6 a— 16 a 6 a— 25 wi 6 o-28 



m ti a 



Writs, 3 fj 8 d—S a 8 «— 14 nBb 



— Noticfej* df Motions, see every day's papery 
during Parliament 

— Newspapers for Foreign Parts, 29 m 10 d 
and the Post Office. 8 » 6 a 

-- Nile Expedition. 15 m 8 6 
Stea-ners on. the. 1 / 8 d 



— the A'/7<»arid Trnfaignr, I 1 8 o— 2y 6 « 

— Noncosiformist Property. 17 a 7 « 

— Nordenfv'iton Board \h^ AVKitross, 13 u 6a 

— North Sea Fisheries, Protection on, 11/6/ 

— NoTwifch, New Prison at, 14 a 8 6 

— Natlces. 8 a 9 «— 17 a 7 d— 19 ;« 8 a -22 M 
10 c- 26 M 6 /— 28 w 6 a— 2 / 6 d— 6 ; 10 d 

— Oatha Bill, 7 « 7 r 

— Oban Postal Service. »8 / 6 6 

— Obsolete Vessels of War, 7 m 6 d 

— Omagh Gaol. 21 w 6 d— 19 ; 9 d 

— Opium Trade 5 m 9 d 

— Order of Business, 14 « 6 e — 14 ni 6 r— 21 
m 6r— 1778P 

— Orders of the Day, see every day's papier, 
during Purfinment 

— Ordnance IStorc Depiartment, 2 a 6 a — 4 / G 
6-8? 6/ 

— (Jhrgnn. Loss of. 2a 6 d 

— Orkney Roads Bill. 18 / 6 a 

— Oxford University (Justice^) Bill, 25 m 6 e 
—5/ 10 r 

— Pad.iington and Limehouse Railway, 21 ni 
6d 



— Palace Yard, 26 /n 6 r 

— Parcel Post with France and Italy, 7 w 6 « 
—24 ; 8 a 

— Parliamentary Elections (Returning Officers* 
Expenses) Bill, 13 »« 7 a — 1.> m 9 e— 25 m 8 6 — 
29 w i2«— 6/ 12 6— liyad- 17/8 c— 18 / d 
a— 22 f 6 a— 25 7 1 1 d 

Election (Returning Officers) Act Amend- 



ment Bill 12 ; 10 a— 23 / 1 1 a 

Elections {lUiWs) Bill, 20 m 7 <; 

Franchise Bill, 8 <i 10 a— 6 m 7 e 

Procedure, Committee on, 1 1 / 6 /* 

Revision, Expenses of, 19 m 8 h 



— M. Pasteur's Experiments on Cattle, 1 / 8 c 

— Patents Amendment Bill, 5 / 10 r— 9 / 9 d 
— 11 /6s— l876a-22 ;8 6 

— Pay Leave of Royal Engineers, 19 m 8 c^ 



iTune 30, 1886.] 



PALHBk's IKDEX to '^ THE TTMK8 " NKWSFAPfcR, 



Par 



Puliftmentaiy ProoeedingB (^^cntmued). 

— I'aciiouc FuDil BUI, j ; lU 6—9/8 a— 11> 

6«— 17;8 a 
Payment of Intereat out of CHpita}. 13 a 5 

/ — 10 a 6 « — 26 m (» a 

FeMc*» PreNcrvatioii Act, 16 « 6 // 

(Iri'land) Act, 5 m 9 ^— 7 ni 6 c 



— Pi.'eM ill I'arljament, 7 «i 6 e 

— Pensioners ii» C'alian, 18 u 6 6 
--- Por!K>ni*l Explanation, IS a H c 
-^ Perariun Oeditors. 14/^6(1 

—^ Petehead U arbour of liefuge Bill. 2/9 c— 
11 /8 ii—\2) lUa— 17; tj 6- 28 ; lO a 

— Petitions, «ee every duy^e papery during Par* 
liamtnt 

— Places of Worship Sites BiU, 3a d d 

— Plumbers of the Uoyal Sh\j, G aH e 

— Police Force Enfra cliiseniont Bill, \ al a 

— 14 a 1 1 r-21 a 6 £;— 21 /« >* e 

Constables' Pension BiU \b a % a 

and the Eviciiona in DuihHm. 20 a (^ 6 

in 8tellaliind, t> «< 6 « 

Superannuation 25 m 6/ 

and Iiiii<roveiutMit (Scoiland) Provisional 

Order (l^lh) Bill. 28 / lU u 

— Poli.ical .situation. 2 j a f 

— l*Oulo Perjury i'a«', 1 1 / « /" 

— Poor Liiw Elfciion >hdpractice at, 2 a 6 c 

Loan and Keli.f (Scotland) Bill. 5/126 

— 12] 10 tf— 17/8 6— 22> Ur-28/ 10 a 

Kemovals. 6 wi 9 6 

Ueliof (Irtlin?'.) Bill 2 a 7 «-C a 8 a— 



8 a 8 a— 18 a 5y— 2u a ii/-6 m 116 
of Castries, 8 ; 5 / 



Portpatric . Harbour. 7 '/» <J ^/ 

Portugu^ sc Quarantine Kcgulations, 1 8^ C i| 

Post Cards, 2y m 10 r 

Office, Aniiunl Uepurt. 8; 6 a 

r • Extia Duly in. H a 0/ 

^ Letiers from Kn-^lan^J to Australia, 1 /8o 

at ItHiiway btniions 8 /« 12 a 

S^rytntsaiid Elections, 18 n 6 'i 

Sites Bill, .G a 8 6- 2U //I 12 c^ii / 6 d— 

l»/y u 
■ and the Frnnchise, 25 /w 7 6 

Postage of Newspapers to the Colonies. 4 

'- J <> e 

to West Africa, 18/66 

to the West African Colonies, 8 / 5/ 

Poft %{ Irregularities at Kiveton Paikj 12 



ml h 



Service to British Possessions, 8 m 1 1 e 



— Postal Union, ti « G « 

— Postmen, Keuiuneration of Uural. 6 a G « — 
14a 8 6 

- Mr. Potter, J. P., 19/9 c 

— Prayers, 12 w G a 

— Prerentiori of Loss of Life at Sen, 11 / 6 / 

— Prime Minister and Irish Tublic Bodies, 14 
w6 / 

— Prison Officers (Superannuation) Bill, 2 
a 7 < — 3 « y ri — 18 a 5 / 

— Private Basineas, see evert, day^apaper, during 
Parliament 

iind Provisional Order Confirmation Bill, 

22; Gu ^ 

Bills, Proceedingi on, 18/0 6 



( Parliamentaxy Pxoceedingf (rmiUnued), 

I Probation of First Offenders Bdl. Urn 7 e 

. — Protection of First Offenders Bdl, 12 ; 10 r* 
I —28/ 10 A 

Public Business. 17 a If 

— (Charities at Bamp'on, 6 /x G'i 

— Harbour Trusts, 19 m 8 <f 
— Health Acts I ii)provement Expenses Bill, 



2G m 8 r/-5 / 12 6- 22 / G r/— 28/ 10 a 

Parks and Works (.Metropolian) Bill, 8 



JCa 



I^nns ( Advance^) BiU. 12 ; 10 a— 17 / a 



a— 22 / 7 /*— 23 / Mia 

(Tramways. Ireland) Bill, 12 / 10 a 



Punishment of School Children, 18 m 6 £ 
Qunrry ( Fencing) Bill, 6 m 7 d 
Quarter Sessions (Borougli) Bill, \ a 7 c 
Queen's Birthday, 28 m 7 a 
at Uevonptirt, 1 ; 8 '/ 



— Questions, see enery day's paper, during Par* 
liameut 

— Babbit Plague in Australia. 14 m 6 6 

— Railway and Canal Traffic Bdl, 7 m 6 /- a 
m 11 e — W ; 8 r 

in Ceylon, 20 a 6 6 

Extension in London. 20 a G 6 

Passengers, 6 u G e 

Hates in Ireland. 20 n 8 6 

U'egulation BUI 20 m 7 c 

Signlmen. 1 7 / 8 a 

— KaiiiiK of Putney, 21 m G d 
of Luna tic Asylums. &<;., 29 m 10 c 



Hations for Troops. 1 9 «i 8 a 

late Eiirl Ke(1e»dMle 7 m G a 

Uefresluuent Arrangements of the House. 

14^ II t — \iiu (id 

Regimental Canteens. 12 / 9 </ 

Hegi*(tration of Votes (Ireland) BiU. 28 m a 

e— 8 / 8 a 

Belief (Ireland) Bill, lo a7 r 

- Keport of Supply — Egypt. I 7 / 8 a 

Beprisalson Natives in the Western Pacific, 

21 m Gr 

Representation of the People (1884) Exten- 
sion Bill. G M 7 d 

Rt pressive Lejtislation in Ireland, 10 n 6 a 

Reserve Squadron, IH / 9 c 

Resdent Magistrates in Ireland. 20 o 6 6 

Heturiiing Offices' i harges i^ Scotland/ Bill, 

4 m 7 r - 1 2 ; 10 ci - 1 7 / 8 a— 23 ; 10 a -24 / 8 
w— :6 ; 1 1 « 

Reined Officers. 7 to G « 

Revenue of lU'lijiious Bodies, 16 a 6 c 

Review at Al(ler^llot 22 / G /* 

Revising Banisters Appointment Bill, 28 i 

10 a 

Ireland) Bill, 2i\ ; JO «i 

Rewards for liiscoveiy of Cringe, 14 a 8 a 

Richmond I'ark. il / G/ — 19 / 9 c 

Rifle Brigade Depot, 2 a G e 

Rio Del Key. 21) ci 6 6 

Riot In Ulster, 1 1 / 7 o 

- . — in Belfast. 1 2 / 9 « & 6 

at Monaghan, '£') j U r 



Rioting ut Caiedon, 6 u G /* 
— at Downpatrick, \ i H d 
Mr. Rose, ( ase ol, 14 a 8 6 



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[April 1 to 



^S^llamentary ProceedingB {rontinued), 

iio\$\ Artillery Institution, 25 ; 11 c 

Asifient, 17 a 7 (/ 

Coiumission, 1 a 7 a— 5 f \0 a & d 

Courts of Jaotice, 20 aS b 

Engineer Officers in (ndia. 18 19 6 c 

Irish Constabulary, 11 a 7 e 

Marines, 1 7 a 7 e 

Naval Volunteers, 8 w II a~4 ; 6 a 

- Sale of Intoxicating Liquors (on Sunday) 
Bill, 3 a &» c- 6 w 7 e> 7 m 6 6 -5 / 12 6 

. (Sale to Children) Bill, 8 a 9 d— 17 / 7 e 

— 18 ; 7 «— 28 > 10 c— 24 j S b ' 

(Durham) Bill, 3 a 9 d 12 m 6 6—19 m 



7y— 22 w 10 o 

Division List. 18 m 10 a 



an(| Purchase of Land in JreUnd, 17 a 8 

a— 20 a tir — 11 fSd 

— Lord Salisbury tnd Coercion— Personal 
Explanation, 5 ; 10 a 

— Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries Bill, 12 ; 
10 a— 17 ; 8 6—22 ; 6 c— 28 j h) a 

— Sanitary Condition of the House, 28 m 7 is 
— 4 ; 6 d 

— St. Oeorge*s School, Limerick, 16 <^ 6 6 

— St. Pancras Parish, 18 a C a 
Vestry Clerk, 20 a^aa 



School Attendance, 7 a 7 c 

— Board Elections, 8 m 1 1 /* 

— and Voluntary Schools. 18 m B (^ 

— Examinations, 14 a 8 6—26 m 6 c 

— Official Training in Elementary, 4 / 6 <? 
-- Ueligioub PrLT.dions in, 25 m 7 a 

Workshop Intfiruction in, 25 m 7 6 



r Schools in Germany, 22 m 1 £^ 

Science and Art Department 9.nd Medical 

Schools, 8 9 o « 
, Sea Fishing Boats (Scotland) Bill, 6 i 10 

—9 j 8 a— 12 ; 10 a— 17 j 8 6—22 / 6 «— 25 3 

Us 
?— Seamen in the Post of London, 1 7 a 7 ' 
^— Seats in the House, 8 n 7 a 
— ^ Secret Service Mqney. 25 m 7 a— 28 m 7 a 
: Second Heading of Unprinted Bills, 6 « 7 p 

— Shanklin and Charle Hailway (Extension 
to Freshwater) Bill, 25 j 1 1 6 

— Shannon, River, 12 m 7 

r Sheep Stealing in Perthshire, 18 ; 6 c/ 

Shop Ho^rs Regulation BiU, 18 7 (/—1 9 

; 9 e— 22 >■ 6 «— 28 7 10 6 -24 i 8 a— 25> 1 1 s 

SligoRioU. 19;9d 

— — Small Pox in Prisons. 12 m 7 6 

at Woobum, \9 m%d 

Solicitors' Annual Certificate Bill, \oa%d 

M South Foreland Experin^ents, 8 ; 6 a 

— Spain, Commercial Negotiations with, 16 a 
6e— 11 m 7e— II n? 8 6— 14 m 6 6—15 »i 8 r— 
18 m 6 d— 28 m 6 /-Si 6 6—25 j\\ d 

Spanish Wine Duties, 28 m 6 /— 12 ; 9 6 

— Speed of Our Vessels of War. 2 i 6 e 

r. Sporting Lands Rating (Scotland) Bill, 13 

a 5 /— 16 a 6 a 
. — Stannaries Act 1869, Amendment Bill, 21 

|r8c 
^, — State-Directed Colonization, 8 a 8 a— 6 a 6 

^-I9j9a 
vi.*-. Stepney Election Petition, 13 a 6 a— 20 a 6 e 
70 



P^liamentory FioceedingB tsmtinv/td), 

Stipendiary Magistrates (Pension) BiU, 19 

w 7 / 

- - Stirling Prison, 25 ; U a 

Stowaways on American Liners 17 1 8 a 

Strikes and Labour Organizationa in tb« 

United States, 14 </ 8 a 

Si>akin- Berber Railway Material, 16 a 6 « 

—17 o 7 « 
Sugar Refiners and the Board of Trade. lO 

aSfli 
Suu)mary of Proceedings. «« tvrri^ day*9 

poper^ during Purl* a inent 

Sunday Baking ii) Ireland, 8 ; 5 « 

Trading in the East of I/indou. 13 a 6 6 



— Supply, 6 i}j 7«-ll m 11 6 — I2;9c&« 

— Surveys of Works. 4 ; 6 « 

— Sweden and Norway, Relations betweeii| »S 
iii'6 « 

— Tariff and Customs Act, 26 m 6 a 

— Taxation on Keal. Property, 11 ; 6 / 
of the Working (Uass Dwellings, 6 a » / 



— Technical Instruction Commission, 18 m 6<; 
—22 m 10 d 

— Telegrams. Insufficiently Addressed. 16 a S 
6—11 m%u 

Secrecy of, 25 m 5 ; 



— Telegraphic C^otninunieation with the Good? 
win Sands, 1 7 a 7 « 

— Terms of Removal (Scotland) B'll 6 w 7 « 
—11 m 11 6-4;8<«— 5; 12 6— 17 i 8 i—i.: ;6 
r-23; 10 a 

— Th^inres Communications, 13 a 6 a 
below London Bridie, % t 6 a 

— Third Readings. 24 ; 8 6 

— Thornbury Election Petition, 16 a 8 if 

— H.M. Ship Thunderer, 7 m « s 

— Tibet, Mission to, 12 w 7 6 

— Tinkers* Children {Scotland ), 15 o 8 a 

— Tipperary Industrial SchooL 17 a 7 « 
Tithes Rent-charge Recorery Bill, 8 a 8 • 



— 16 a 8 6 — 11 ;8a— 12 1 10 a— 18; 7 c -22 i 
6 ct-23 ; 10 a— 24 i 8 a— 25 ; 1 1 « 

— Tobacco. Adulteration of , 5 up 9 c 
Cultivation, 18 a 5 e 

— Torpedo Boats, 13 a 6 a— 8 j 6 a-^l?»; 9 4 

— Totnes Workhouse. 7 m 6 a 

— Trade Commissiun Reports, 6 a 6/ 
Marks, 7 a 7 « -21 w 6 c 

Unions Act, 1871, 18 ) 6 <• 



Tramway Management. 20 a 6 a 
Metals. Defective, 7 m 6 d 



— Tramways Older in Cooncil (Ireland) Bill, 
5 ; 10 tr -9 y 8 a - 19 7 9 6 -22 ) ti «— 25 1 W h 

— '- Transit of Slaves through the Suez Canal, 
22 ; 6 / 

— Trees (IreUnd) Bill. 3 a 6 6—13 a 5 «-l$ 
a 6 a— 18 a 8 </- 26 m 5 « 

— Troops at Assouan. 19 i 9 e 

— Truck Act. 18 / 6c 

— Tunbridge School Endown^enta, 2 ; 6 « 

— Turkey, Religious. Liberty in, 23 ; 1 1 6 
and Greece, \7 a 7 d 



— Turnpike Roads (South Wales) B^ll, 1 1 ; t 
(/— 12.; 10 u— 19 ; 9 6-22 / 6 a— 25 /lie 

— Ulster, Arming of, 18 m 6 c 

— — Canal and Tyrone NaTigation BiU, 4 «i| 4 



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palmer's INDRX to " THE TIMES'" NEWSIAPEB. 



Par 



Parliamentary Fitx-eedings {rontinuerf)' 

Unarmour-KiHled Ship-*. 5 7 10 6—9 /8a 

Universities, Pn)fe?«8or6hip8, 2 a 6 « 

- 0/ Scotland, 1 » m <» a 

Unite<l States and the West Indies, 19 ? 9 r 

Vacci Million, 5if»9A — ISwbr 

Vxluation of Real Pn)perty, 12 m 8 a 

Rev. T. B. Vau^han and the Uptoncum- 

Kexby National Sch(X)l. 8 ; 5 « 

Venezuelan Authorities, Coniplaints against, 



4/66-25; n c 

Claims on. 22 /6/ 



— Ventilation of the House, 7 '* 7 A— 16 a fi r 
— 2() a 6 a— 18 w 6 d— 28 m 7 e— I ; 8 e— 4/ <» 
c— 8/5 /— 23? lOr 

— Veterinary Surgeons in India, 20 a 6 h 

— Volunteer In8|»ections in Hyde Park, 8 ; 5 e 
at Aldershot, 25 / 1 1 6 

^ Capitation Grant, 12/96 

— Volunteers and the General Ejection, 18 
/6 // 

— Vote on Account, 22 to 10 « 

— War Balloons. 14 a 8 c 

Office Supplementary Clerks, 20 a 6 6 

Vessels by Contract. 22 w 10 t/ 



Watches, Uall- Marking of, 10 ^ 8 6— 16 a 

— . — Water Colour Drawings at South Kensing- 
ton, 1 1 /M 8 6 
Waterworks (Ratinpr) Bill, 8 n 7 /* 

Wflsh Speaking Jud^««, 10 u 8 6 

West Africa, 5 j \Ue 

. Indian Incumbered Estates Bill, 22 m 10 

h^'Jd la l2e-2 7 9 c 

Westminster Abbey, 1 / 8 */— 17 / 8 <t-23 / 

10 tf — 24 / 8 fl— 25 J 1 1 « 

Hall. 15 »i8a 



Westropp's Divorce Bill, 26 m 6 a— 26 mo e 

— ^ Whisky, Adulteration of. 2S tn 6 d 

Whitsuntide Holidays. 5 / 10 6 

Whitworth Guns for the Burmese, 17 a 7 « 

Widows of Seamen and .Mariners, 26 /« 6 

Wine Duties, I ? 8 c 

Wives and Families of Naval Pensioners, 8 

ui l\ e 

- Sir H. Wolff's Mission, 7 « 6 e-ll w 8 6 

Lord \Volseley and the Onnyfeiuen. i4/i!66 

Woman Workers on Pit iiu!»k8, 8 / 0/ 

— r— Women's SutTmj^i- Bill, !»;«/* 

Woolwich, l)i.sc!iHr>^e of Workmen at, 19 

/9 r 

Workhouses. Fires in. 26 m ii c 

Works of Mr. Watts. \H m 6 6 

Wreck of the -rtw*-!!, 22 m 10 d 

Duke of York's Colunm, 6 n 6/ 

Zebehr Pasha, 6 « 6 a 

Zululand, 7 « 7 ^ - 1 9 ^/ 8 a - 19 / 9 c 

Zuruary. Territory of. 18 m 6 c 

PARLIAMENTARY SPEECHES : - 

*»♦ When the Speech of a Member is required 
on any particular debate, by referring to the 
9uh/ect under Pakliamentahy Pkoceeuinos, it 
can be seen at once by the reference answering 
to that affixecl to the Speaker^s name. 

< Acland, — , 1 ; 8 c/— 22 / 6 / 

SirT., 29 w 12 6 

•• — Addison, J., 8 a 8 a— 4 /« 7 a— 6 «i 7 e 



ParUamentary Spe&hos {coniinu^py 

Allen, W. S.. \0 a \) c 

Anh, J.. 14 a 9 «— 15 aSd 

Ar>rvll. l)uk»« of, 21 m 6 a— 25 m 6 6—2 , »; 

6— »< J 5 rf-M / 5 /-22 7 6 c— 24 / 8 (i 

A«lib()urne. Lord, 18 a 5 /'— 2/6/*— II /6/- 

Ash.nead-Bnrjl-.ll, K., 11 w. 10 c— 21 m 8 « 

Atiori»ey-General, 13 a 7 «— 6 ml d — 1 ml 

r/— 26 *w 6 / 

B<»den. Powell. G. S.. 16 a 7 e 

Baker. L. J.. 15 /n 9 a 

Balfour, A., 2 a 7 6 — 7 aid 

A. J., 6 ul d 

G., 8 a 7 / 

Lord. 1 2 /M 6 q— 2 ; 6 e— 25 / 11 i« 



Bartley. G. C. T., 4 w 6 «— 1 2 m 8 a 

Bartielot, Sir W., I5a8«— 17a 10 6 

BauiMHun, A. A., 15 /!< 8 

- - Beailel, — . 13 w 7 c/ 

Beckett, K. W.. 29 w 1 1 / 

Ben ti nek, C, 17/8 // 

Beresford-Hope, Rt. Hon. A. J., 8 4 7 <j 

Birki^ei'k, Sir K, 13 m 7 / 

Bickersteth, R.. 14 rt 10 a 

Bl.nidi'll. Col., I6a7/-I2y9/ 

Bolitiu J. C\, 7 w 6y 

r.. 12; 10 a 

Bourke. — , 3 a 9 6-22j 7 a 

Bradlaugh, Chait., 8 d 7 6—13 a 8 a— 21 m 



7 r-4; 7^-19/9/ 

B ram well. Lord, 2 ^ 6 a — 12 m 6 c— 25 m 6 d 

Brassey, Sir P.. 1 1 ; 7 € -1 1 ; 8 6 

Brabourne, Lord, 23 i 10 a 

Broadhurst, — , 3 a 9 /— 18 / 7 e 

Brodrick, lion. W. Sti J. F., 14 a 10 6 

Biooks. Sir W. C. 15 m 8 d 

Bryce, — , 2 a 6 c -3 a 9 a— 4 m 7 6 — 1 1 m 

8 6—18 111 7 «— 18 / 6 '/— 22 / 7 a 

Buckingham and C^handos, Duke of, 2 m 5 

(1-22/ 6 <i 

Bury, Lord, 2 a 6 </— 19 /9a 

Buxton, IC. 12 /« 6 « 

Cadogan, Karl, 2 / o d 

Cameron. Dr.. 16 o 7 <i 

Campbell. Mr G., 16 a 7 e— 17 a 9 c/— 2<> m 

6 d -22 / 7 « 

J.. 18/6 CI 

' Campbell- Bannermau, — , 12 w 7 6— 14 m 7 

a— 28 «i 6/- 12 ; 9/^ 
Canterbury. A*'p. of, 14 //i 5 c— 25 in 6 ./— 

22 / 6 d 

Carnarvon, Lord, 11/5 e 

Chamberlain. Re. Hon. J., 10 a 8 c — 17 a 9 

a-2/6/" 

R.,' 25 / 1 1 6 



— Chance. P. A.. 13 //i 7 6 

— Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1 a 8 a — 14 a 
So — lUa 6 c— 16 CI 7 /— 4 m 6 /— 12//i 7 e— |;J 
m 7 €—15 rn 7 r — 25 ni 7 c— 29 m 11 6—2 / 6 *> 
—22 / 6 e 

— Chauning, F. A., 20 m 7 c 

— Chaplin, — , I a 7 c-2 a 7 6—16 a 8 d— 19 
m 8 /— 22 m 12/ 

Childers, - , I a 7 6—8 a 7 tf— 15 a 8 6—16 



a 7 u—^m 6rf-12 w 7^-22 /// 12 <i — liy 7 a 
—12 i 9 o 
— Churchill, Lord IV, 3 a 9 e — 13 ci 6 c— 6 m 

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PALMERTS index to ^^ THE TIMES .• NEWSPAPER. 



LApnl 1 1« 



Parliamentary Speeches (tontijiued), 

- • 7 6«-h8 ;m 7 e— 21 m T o—25 ;n 7 c/-28 m 7 e 

—29 m 10 /■— 22 J 7 e— 26^ lie 

ClAncy, — , 5;1I / 

Clarke; E.. 14 m 7 4— 21 ml f 

' Coddington, — , 12 ; 9 a 

• Colien. L., 16 a 7 /^7 m 7 /— 22 ; 8 6 

= — Coleridge, B.. 14 m 8/ 

Coiiirt^rell, Sir J., 11/7 /— 19 ; 9 d 

rotiybeare, — , 3 a 9 4 

Cooke, Hm 12 m 7/ 

Corry, Sir J. ?».. 18 ?« 7 ci-22 ; 6 e 

Courtnej, L. H., 8 m 11 <?— 12 iw C/ 

^ Coweft. J., 8 ; 7 e 

Cowper, Earl, 10 a 7 / 

Craig Sellar, — , 2 ; 8 6 

" Cranbome, Lord, 3 a 9 o 

Cranbrook. Lord, 10 a 7 «— ? j ^ c 

Crawford, p.; « « 7 A 

Oottiptrin i-. 3 / 8 6 

Ci-oM, Sir R., 1 o7 </— 4 m 6 d— 4 m 7 6—7 

- m7<T— 12 m 7 /— 18»i6 d 

— ^ Dalhouflie, Earl of, 12 m 6 a— 21 m 5 e— 8 ; 
5 ri— 22y 6 6 

Dawson, — , 1 a 7 r/— 2 ; 8 c 

De Cobain. E. S. W., 14 a 9 e— 21 iw 7 /* 

■ Dickson, Major, 7 m 6 c 

Dilke. Sir Chas , 3 ; 8 6 

Dillon, J., 14 m 8 c— 21 m 7 «— 28 m 7 6 

Duukham, T., 12 m 8 a 

— ^ Dunciin, Col., 1/86 

= Durham, Bp. of. 12 m 6 6—26 m 6 e 

Kbrington, Viscount, 11 m 10 « 

Elgin,- Karl of, 19 i/i 7 (/— 22 m 10 a 

Kiiis, J. E., 3 a 9 (^-16 »i 9 d 

Elliot, A., 19 m Wti 

= Esnionde, Sir T., 29 m 12 c 

Evelyn, — , 6 / 1 1 e 

Everett. 11. L.. 12 m 6 d 

ii'arquharson, Dr., 4 «< 7 a 

Ken wick, —, 15 w 9 «— 26 m 7 d 

Kerguswn. Sir J., 9 a 7 e -J2 j 9 f-^22jSa 

' Fiehi. Adm.. 1 1 ; 7 /— 11 /8c 

Fife, Eariof. 21 w 6 6 

Finch-IIatton, — , 13 o 7 c 

Finlay, — . 2 ti 7 6—22 w'lO/ 

' Fisher. — . 29 w 12 a 

- Fitzgerald. I^rd, 6»66— 19m7e 
' Filzwygi-am, Gen., ^2 i 9 / 

Fletcher, B;, 11 wi 10 c ' 

^ Flynn. — , 26 ml c' 

-^ Forwood, A. B., 17 a 9 e— 7 in 8 a 

i=^^ Foster, Dr., 1 a 7 «— 4 »i 7 a 

= Fowler, Sir R., 16 a 8 a-l7 a 9 /■— 1 /8 « 

H.,5w9r— 8 w 11 /— 12>94-.22;7 a 

Gibson. J. G., 1 3 ti S « 

Glailstone, Rt. Hon W. E., 7 a 7 /^9 a 5 « 

— 10 o 8/?— 14 a 10 f -17 a 7/— 17 a 8 a— 11 
m 8 c— 14 m 6 c— 21 m 7 4-25 ta 7 6—29 m 10 
e'_8/8 6— II /76&C ' 

— ^ Goldsraid. Sir J., 4 / 7 e 

i Gorst, Sir J., 16 a 7 /— 12 m 7 /■— 3 • 8 r— 

- 11 ; 7« 

Goscheu, Rt Hon. G. J., 3 a 8 /— 14 a 9 a 

- —8/ e> 

- Granville. Lord, 2 a 6 6—3 a 8 6—7 m 6 o— 
^11/4 7 «— 26 tn 6 a— 1 J 7 d 

J 72' 



Parliamentary Speeches (continued), 

Gray, — , 20 m 7 a— 1 7 10 a 

A., 26 »f 7 «f 

Gregory. G. B., 17 a 9 « 

Grimston Visbount, 15 a 8 c 

Grimt)i6rpe, Lord, 2a6a— 13a8« 

Gunter, Col, \ aid 

Haldane, R. B., 1 7 a 9 « 

Hall. A.W., 18m 8 6 

Hatshury, Lord, 1 1 ; 6 e 

Hiimilton. Lord £., 14 a 10 a 

Lord Q., 8 a 8 d— 14 m '8 a— It /8a 



— Hanbury, — , 1 a 7 c—l9 m 10 a 

— Hardinge, Viscount, 22 m 10 a 

— Harrington. E., 20 vm 7 a ' ' 

— Harris, Lord, 22 ; 6 4 

— Harrowby, Earl of, 3 a 8 a 

•^ Uartington. Marquis of, 10 aO/*— 11 m 9 c 
— 25 m 7 r- 29 w 11^ * 

— Haslett, — , 21 m 7 e 

— Healy, — , 1 a 7 if— 10 a 9 6—17 a 10 6— 2> 
m76 

M., 18 m 7 c 

J., 26 m 8 6—28 m 7 a 



I { 



Henniktr-Heaton, — , 15 m 9 c/ 
Hlbbert. — , 1 a 7 #-1 1 / 7/— 19 / 9 i 
Hickman, — , 12 j^d 
A., 7 m 7 6 



Hicks-Beach, Sir M., 3 a 10 a— 14 a 10 fi- 
le o 7c— 17 a 7y— 21 m8a— 26 m '7 «— 29 at 
l0 4-8./7«-ll / 7 6— 18;7rf 

Hobhou^e, T^ord. 7 o 7 a- 5 j 10 6 

Holland, Sir Hi; 4 w 7 0—18 /To 

Holmes, H., 13 w 7 c— 30 m 7 c— 3 jS d 

Hoare. — , U m 10 6 

- Houghton, Lord. '2 a 6 a 

Howard, M.. 8 j 7 rf 

S., 5 w 9 «— 22 / 7 6 

Howell, — , 15 m 8 s 

Hoyle, L, \6m9d 

Hubbard, Rt Hon. J. O., 8 a 7 0— 16 a 7 rf— 

18m7e 

Hugbes, E.. 18 m 7 

Hughes-Haliett, Col 1 /8 



— Hnntiy, Marquis of, 12 m 6 a 

— Button. J., 8 m 1 1 e 

— Iddesleigh, Earl of, 3 a 8 6—10 a 7^-1 ; 7e 

— Illiugworih, A., 8 a 7 /— 17 a 9 /— 6y 10> 

— Ince, - . l; 8 c/— 2 ; 8 c ' ' 

— Jacks, W. 7 ml c 

— James. Sir H., 1 a 7 a— 14 m 6 c— 21 m 7 6 

— 19 7 9« ' ' 
W., 8mll b 



Jennings, A. J., 13 a 7 /*— 16 m 8 c 

— '— Johnston, — , \0 add 

Johnson, Ferguson. J. E., 7 m 7 c 

Jones, Atherley, 29 m 12 a 

Jordan, J., 11 m 10 

Kenriy , M., 22 j 6 4 

Kensington, Lord, 26 m 5 / 

Kilcoursie, ViBCottnt, 22 m IM 

l^imber. H., 12 m 8 c- 4 / 6 c 

Kimberley, Earl of, 2> 5 e— 2 ; 6 o— 6^ 10 

a— ll/6a-22;6a ' 

King, U. S., 18m7e 

King-IIarman, — , 13 m 7 6 — 20 m 7 a — 6j 

11 6 ' 



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Far 



(tudiMneiitazy Speeches (rcm/inue^/). 

Kinsenr, Boyd, 12 w 8 6— 14 m 7 /* 

Laboochere, — , 8 a 10 a— 16 a S c— 19 m 9 

. c— 26 mSd. 
-^— Lefttbam, E. A., B a 7 6—1 4 m 8 « 

•z LeiffhtoD. S^ 8 a 7 6— ISj 7 6 

Lcthbridge, Sir R., 22 m 1 1 / 

Lewis, C. £., 6 m 7 a—Il m 10 /— 21 m 76 

. — 3>8a--l8; 7rf 

Limerick, Earl of. 14 m 5 /*— 2; 6 d 

Lloyd, — , 16 o 8 c--16 m9d 

Lockwood, F.,12 ml e , 

Long. W. H, 9 a 7/— 16 aSd 

— r- t^ord AdTocate, 2 a 7 a— 18 m 7 rf— 26 m 7 c 

— 18i76 
• Chancellor, 12m 6 c— 19 m 7 /■— 22 m 10 

A— 28 m 6 a— 2/6 6-11 / 6 </— 22 ; 6 c 

Lubbock, Sir J.^ 10 a 9 « 

• Lyefl,— . .'8;6a / 

Lyniingt«)n, Viscoant, 8 a 7 «— 8 mil 

26 m 66 

Macdonald, J., 2 a 7 c - 

J,.H^6a7y— 13 m i c 



6— 



MflcfarUine, — , 2 a 7 c—6 md e 
Maclean, F. W., 6 ; 1 1 6 . 
J. M.. 8 o 9 o- 16 m 9 «— 2?7 7 /* 



Macnaghten, £..9^7 d— 1 ; 9 « 

Mago^ac, C.„ 16 a 4 a— 7 m 7 6—27 8 d 

Makins, Col., 12 m 6 </ 

— Manaers, Lord John. 1 ; 9 a 
Mason, — , \6 m9 d 

Mather, W,. 17 a 10 a— 18 > 7 6 

•: — Maxwell, Sir H., 16 w 9 A 

M'Carthy, — , 22 m 10 « 

M'Donald, Dr., 12 j 9 a 

M'Garel-lIogg, Sir J., 18 a 6 a 

M'fver, L., 6 m 9 «— 22 m 1 1 <f 

M'Laren. — , 8 a 8 </— 18 mid 

Meysej-Thompson, Sir H., bjllJ 

r Moljoy,-, 187 7 6.. 

-: — Montagu. $.. 16 7e 

Morgan, O., 4 m 7 6 — 4 ; 6 a— 6 ilia 

^— - Morley, J., 2 a 6 cf— 10 a 6 </— 6 m 7 6^20 
m 7 6—21 M 6 e~2l m 8 a— 25 m 8 a— 28 m 7 6 
—1 > 8 6—87 8 6—4 7 r 6— 1 1 ; 7 o 

-: S., 18mr^ 

Moalton, — , 8 a 10 a— 67 12 a 

Muntz, — , Sj 7 e 

-; — Mowbray, Sir J., 8 a 7 a 

•^ — Mundella, R't Hon. A. J., 7 m 6 e — 7'm"8 6 
^20m7 d 

Napier and Ettric'k, Lord, 21 m' 6y 

-_ — Newnes, -j-, 6 7 lie 

— Nolan, CoL, 4 ; 7 « 

Northbrook, Earl of," \j7f—2j6/ 

Norton, Lord, 26 m 6/— 1 j 7 d 

O'Brien, Jl F., 6 m 7 o— 22 mile 

-^ W., 11 m 10 o— 21 m 7c 

-^ — 0*Connor, A.,'4 m 6 

-: J., 1 a 7 e 

T., 21 m 8 6—29 m 11 rf— 4 ; 6 d 

O'Doherty, Dr., 6 ; 11 « 

O'KeUy, J.. 21 m 7 c 

— O'Neill, Hon. R. T., 9 ti 7 d 
Onslow, Earl of, 5 1 10 c 

-: — Palmer, C, 8 a 8 « 

_ pRmAll f! A. O /I ft //_I7 n R n.17 ft 10/1 



Parliamentary Speeches (coniinued). 

Pease, Sir J., 6 m 9 </— 7 m 7y— 12 w 7 c— 

20 m 7 d—b ills 

PeeL Sir R., 4 m 6 6 . 

PickersgiU. -..6/11 d— 127 9 e 

Pv;ton, —,22^ 12 s 

Plsyfsir, Sir A„ 4m 6 A-19 m 10 6— 18 > 6 « 

Plunket, Rt Hon. D.. 9 a Hf—i m 7 rf— 21 

m7e— 22m6e— d/8d 
Powell, F. S., 8 a If 
^rice, Capt, Hi. 8 6 
Queen's, 26; 10 a . 

fuilter, — », 18.w7« - / 
Raikes, Rt. Hon. H. C, 17 a 8 a— 29 mild 
Rathbone, W., 22 m 1 1 e 

— Ravensworth. Earl of, 8 m 11 a— 1 /7c 
Redmond, J., 14 m 7 « 

W., 21 M 7 / 

Reed. Sir E. J., 1 1 / 8 c 

— Ribblesdale, Lord, H a 6 a 

Richpiond and Gordon, Duke of, 12 m 6 6 

liigby,— , 2t» w .11 « ■ •/ 

Ripon. Marquis of , 8 mil a— 1 j 7/— 6/ 

10 6 

Ritchie,—, 117 3/ : 

Robertson, E., 14 a 10 c 



J„ 2 o 7 a 



— Rogers, T., 7 m 8, a— 18 m 7 

— Rosebery. .Earl of, 6 « 6 c— 11 in 7 d 

— Ro^co*-. Sir Hm 4 m 7 <»— 18 ; 7 o 

— Russell, E., 14 a 9 f-rS j 7 d 

— Rylanflfl, — , 8 o 7 a— 25 m 7 c. 

— Salisbury, Marqbis of, 7 m 6 fi — U w 7 « — , 
12 m 6 </— 14 m 5 c— 19 m 7 r— 2H in 5 /— 2 / 5 
d—hj lOo&r— 11 /6 6-22y 6 6 

— Samuelson, Sir B., 7 m 8 a 

— Sandhurst, Lord. 10 a 7 e , 

— Saunderson, Major, 1 a 7 c— 13 a 8 r— 18 m 
7 6-^:21 m6./— 22;^ 12.6 

— St. Albans, Duke of, 26 m 6 n 

— Selbome. Earl of, 14 m 6 «— 2 ; 6 6 

— Selwin-Ibbetson. Sir IL, 1 a 7a— 15a8 a 

— Sexton, — , 6 m 7 6—1 / 8 a— 2 / 7 « 

— Shaw-Leferre,' Rt. Hon. G. J.. 19 w 8 d— 11 
7' 8 a • 

— Shirley. E., 9 « 7 « j 

— Sidmouth. Viscount, 8 a 8 a— 8 mil a — 1 ; 
f/*— 6/11 6— 9? 8a 

— Simon, Serjeant, 2? m 1 1 e 

— Smith, Rt. Hon. W. Hi, 17a 9c— 12/9 d— 
I87 7 e 

S., I6m8/-22;8a 



— Solicitor-General for Scothind, 12 / 9 d 

— Speaker, the. ^(S a 6 d . , 

— Spencer, Earl, 10 a 7 /— 14 m 5 /— 29 w 10. 
a— 2 / 6 s— 2 i 6 c— 6 / 10 c— 8 7 6 d— 11 i 6 e 
- 1979 a— 22/ 6 a 

— Stanhope, E., 8a 7d~7 m 7 a— 16m 9j9. ■ . 

— Stansfeld, Rt. Hon. J., 12 m 8 a— )8 m 6 / 
— 8 / 8 c 

— Stevenson, F. S., 8 a 7 6—1 j 9 c 

— Stewart, — , 16 a 7 c 

— Storey, —,1./ 9 d 

— Story- Maskelyne, — , 8 m 11 c 

— Stuart- Wortley, — , 1 q 7 c— 8 a 7/ / _ 

— Sudeley, Lord, 18 a 6 e— 7 m 6 a — 1 ; 7 d^ 
25 i R ii 



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palbiee's index to "the times" newspapkr. 



[April 1 to 



Parliamentary Sxieeches {continued). 

Sullivan, T. I).. Ii» m 9 «— 21 m 7 f 

Swinburne, Sir J., 5 m 9 d 

Talbot, J. G.. 8 a 7 c-8 m 11 6— 187 7 b 

- — Tanner, Dr.. 21 m 8 n 

Temple, Sir R.. 5 m 9 d 

Thurlow, Lord. S a S a 

Tomlinflon. VV. K. M., 17 <i 9 /— 12 mSa 

Troiter, — , n » 10 / 

- — Trevelyan, \<t. Hon. G. O., 9 a 7^—26 m 7« 

Tulle, .F.. IH/M 7rt- 

Tyler. Sir II.. I 7 «-« 

1 weedtlale. Marquig of, 2 j 5 e 

Verney, (apt., 20 m 7 ft 

Vincent, II., I a 7 A— 15 a 8 A— 6 m 7 c— 12 

9n 7 d 

Warinj?, Col.. 9 a 7 r-l;i w 7 /;— 20 m 7 A 

Webster. Sir K., 3 o 9 /— 7 m 7 «— 8 m ii b 

—29/71 12 €—19/ 9 e 

Wemyss, Karl of. 19 m 7 /— 22 »i 10 a -26 

M 5 /— 24 ; 8 a 
Westlake, — , 26 m 7> 

- Whitbread, — , 13 a 8 r 

Williams, 0., 8 a 7 /— 17 ; 8 rf 

P. J., 1 a 7 c 

Wilstm. Sir J.. 17 a 9 /— 20 m7 d 

Winierbotham, — , I a 7 e— 4 /7 a' 

Wodehouse, — , 4 > 7 

Wolnier Viscount. 18 /« 8 c 

Parnell (0. S.) at Chester, 30y 1 1 c 

at Cardiff, 29 / 1 1 c 

and Lord Carnarvon, 12 i 10 r/ — 14-.; 10 a 

and the Conservative Ministry, 30 / io / 

and the Irif^h- American Extremists. 7 j S a 

and Irish Land Purchase Bill. 28 ; 4 #5 

and (.Cardinal Manning. 6 //« 5 6 

Noto on his Position. 14 m 10 e 

and his Ortfan>zii)g Colleagues, 14 / 6 d' 

at Plymouth/ 2M ; 7 # 

at Portmmiihi 26 i 9 c 

I'. Parnell. Note on, 29 7 8 a 

Sf)eech at Cincinnati. Note on. 29 m 8 b 

and Lord Spencer,. 24 a 10 // 

and the Tory Government. Note ou, 24 ; 10 / 

Parnelhte Fair Play, 5 a 10 / 

Partnerships Dissolved, see ecery WeUiiMilay^a 

ana SiitvLrdny\ paper 
Pasteur (VI.) and Hydrophobia. 3/ 11 /: 
Patriotic Fund, 26 ; 13 / 
Pauiierism in Kn^land and Wales, 24 / 5 

Prevention of, 4 ; 11 / 

Payment of Interest out of Capital, 10 a & e— 3 

Pearson (Mr. Justice) Health of, h m \b f 
Pease (A. K.) on the Consiitutionid Course, 14- 

(lir J. W.I on Home Rule, 7i 6 6 

Peel V. Repeal, Note on. 16 ; 12 a 

Kiver Land and Mineral Company, 26i 13 f 

P£EEAG£-N£W GBEATIONS, ^^c ;— 

May Sir T. E.. to be Baron Fani borough. 

12 m 11 c 

Note on the Expected New, 3 ; 6 « 

Felioan Life Insurance Company 89th- Annual 

Meeting, 7 m 1 1 6 
Beninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Com* 

patiy, 4*7 U «i— 30 / ibj 
7^ 



Pelsall Coal and Iron Company, 4 f 1 1 r 
Penzance (Lord) on the Second Reading of the 

Home Rule Bill, 17 m 7 </ 
People's Palace for East London Baauir in Aid 

of. 3; 7r-l4;4c 
Laying the Foundation Stone of^ by the 

Prince of Wales. 29 ; 10 a 
Meeting at bhoreditch Town Hall to Aid, 

27 w 5 / 

Notes on, II t 10 c— 16 ; 4-0 

Notices about,. 23 a 9 c— 21 m 8 c— 17 J 13 

</— 22 ;■ 5 e-24 ; 10/ 

and the Prince of Wales, 1 a 8 a — 15 at ^ f 



Perry (Rev. T. W.) on Rights of Pariahioners io" 

Parish Churches, 23 > 5 e 
Persia, TobacotJ Monopoly, % ahh 
Peru, Meeting of National Assembly, 5 ; 14 c/ 

New President. \%af\\ f 

Peterboroa^h Agricultural Society, Exhibition* 
17; 10 c 

Cathedral, Discovery of Stone Coffins at, 1^- 

ff II A-24o 10-/ 

Hound Show. 21 M'r/ 

Peterhead Ilarb jur of Kefuge, ?8 »i 10/ 
Petrarch— an Autograph Manuscript of, 23 / 6 cr 
Petroleum in Egypt, 24 « 7 «— 8 w 7 r 
Pharazyni ( Kobt.) a Colonial View of Mr. Glad-- 

stone's Home Rule Bill. 16 a 9/ 
Pharmaceutical Society, Annual Dinner, 20 m 7 e 
Pharaoh *8 House in Tahpanhes. 18 } 18 a 

Philippines, Maliouiedan Outbreak at, 23 

a4/ 
the Phonopore, 27 m 13 1 

Physicians, Royal College of. Election of Presi- 
dent, 20 /I 5 e 

List of Passed Examination, 28 o 8 A* 

Pimlico Mystery— Mr. Bartleti's Will Disputed. 

20 m 6 e 

Pimus Altos Bullion Company, 19 a 11 c 
Pit Brow Women. Meeting of. 12 a 6 a 
Plants. Note on the Piotection of Native. 23 a 7/ 
Play fair (Sir Lyon) on Education, \7 m 9 f 
Plumptre (E. H.) on the Safeguards of Home 

Rule. 5 m 6 a 
Pluuket (I).) and Mr. Goschen at Preston, on* 

Home Rule. 6 m 6 a 
and Lord R. Churchill at Paddington, S^j 

11 a 

at Welbeck, 17 ; 6 « 

POLICE : - 

Abbott, Wm., for Cotrupt Practice, 24 a 4c 

Abercrombie, Al«!xauder, for Fraud, 20 a 

12 h—'Sm 4 c — 10 w 12 /> 

Abrahams, Bamet,for Factory Act Offence, 

21 ; 4 d 

Agar, Frederick, for Leaving a Cellar Open, 

3 m 4 / 

Aldis, O. C. N., for Forgery, 16 a 3 «— 20 a 

12 h 
AUemann, Maria T., for Libel, 10 a 12 «^ 

23 a 10 6— 30 a 3/ 
Andrews, Henry, for Unlawful Possession, 

21 o 10 c— 29 a I3a-6fit 10 a— 7 m 4/— 18 m 

l2d—\StHid 

Armstrong, — , for Assault, 1 1 m 4 « 

Arnold, Wm*, for Forgery, 7 a 6 •— 14-a 4^ 

y— 21 a. lOy— 28 a i-o— 29 a i^c 



J 



•tune SO, 1886.J palmkr's indsx to " tuk timks *' NfiwsPAi'Eit. 



Pcrf 



Police {continued), 

Ashton, John, for DrunkeDness, &c., 15 m 

«/ 
AMaUlt and DrunkenAeM. Cases of. 16 ; 3/ 

— — Aston, John, for Furious Driving, 28 u STy 

Austin, Geo., for Smuggling, 19 »i 5 / 

Backmao, Chas. Kobt., for Stealing, 10 a 

12 e 
-^-^ Bacon. Walter, and another, for Cruelty to 

a Horse, 26 ; 6/ 

Bailey, Geo., for Wilful Damage, 13 m 12 d 

Julia, for Rubbery. 20 o 8 /' 



— Bainbridge, John, and others, for Stealing, 
ISjSe 

— Baker, F. T., for ExpIosiTes Act Offence, 
6 m 13 a 

— Bangs, Geo., for Building Act Offence, 1 1 
in4 / 

— Barker. Chas., for Wounding, 17i 13 o 

— Barnes, J. G., for Burglary, 23 ; 15 « 

— Barry, Enright. Halloran and Archer, for 
Administering Unlawful Oaths, 26 a 7 / 

Wm., for Stealing, 15 ; 8 e 



— Bartley. Geo., lor Sending Bad Meat to 
Market. AJAc 

■^ Barton. Fred, and Thomas, for tJtteriBg 
Counterfeit Coin. 23 a 10 5—30 a 3 /— 7 m 4 /' 

— Bateman. Robert, for Adulteration Act 
Offence. 1 m 13 / 

>— BayUss, Wm., and another, for Stealing, 10 
m 12b 

— Beach, Wm.. for Not hHviug his Dog under 
Contrul, I4j3 * 

— Beard. Sarah, for Stealing, 23 ; 15 « 

— Beech, Geo., for Burglary, II ; 4 « 

— Behn. P. G., for Fraud on a Railway Com- 
pany, 20 m 4 / 

— Belt. John, for Assault, 16 ; 3 /— 23 ; 15 e 
-^ Bennett. Annie, for Management of a Dis- 
orderly House, 4 ; 4 c 

Fred., for Non-payment of Railway Fare, 



19a 10/' 

Henry, and another, for Begging, 30 9 20 e 

— Bingham, Arthur, for Assault. 30 y 20 d 

— Biriland, Mary Ann, for Murder, 27 »* 6 / 
Bishop, Major-Gen., for Having a Defective 



Covering to his Coal (Cellar, 29 m7 f 

— Bland. Herbert, for Smoke Nuisance, 8 u 13 
a~20 a 12 6 

— Blisa, Geo., for Blasphemy, 6 a 5 e 

— Blissell, Josephina, for Causing Death, 21a 
10/ 

— Branch, Albert, for Wounding, 26 d 8 /— 8 
0i4/ 

W. F.. for Wounding, 19 a 10 /•-26 a 8/ 



— 8m4/— 10m 12 b 
— Brand, Chaa., for False Registration, 6 m 
Ida 

for Criminally Assaulting a Little Girl^ 



17; I80 
— . Bray, Walter, for Burglary, 12 ; 12 « 

— Brigden, Henry, for Adulteration of Milk, 
8 a 13 5 

— Brinsmead, John, and Sons, for Not Fencing 
a Line Shaft, lOm 12/> 

— British Medical Life Association, for Com- 
panies Act OfEence, 2S a a e 



Polioe (rontinued). 

BrockuiHii, Wm., for Cruelty to a Horse, of 

78 a 
Brooks, Margaret, for Violent Assault, 11 

m 13<T~25 w 8 5 

B roster, Wm., for Wounding, 17 ; 18 c 

Brotherton, Geo., for Stealing, 12 ni 4 / — 

17m I2e 

Brown. A. E., for Murder, 29 a 5 / 

Arthur, for Assault, 11 m 4 e 

Fred., for Stealing, 11 i 4 e 

Jas. and Arthur, for Burglary, 26 m 4 c 

—11 ;4a 

Mary Ann, for Drunkenness. &c., 24 7 13 5 



— Buchanan, David, and his Wife, for Neglect- 
ing thotr Daughter, 2ti a 5 d 

— Buck, Chas., and another, for Stealing, 19* 
m 5 / 

Wm., and others, for Criminal Assault, 



27 m 13 ^ 
Buckland, Alfred, for Not having a Table 

of Fares, 1 2 m 4 / 

Bull, C. J. S., for Fraud. 9.; 10 e 

Bulwer, H. M., for Indecent Assault, 25 m 

id 

Burns, Jas., for Stealing, 6 m 4./ 

burton. R. W., for Assault, 27 m 13 b 

Butt, Thos., for Allowing Betting on hit 

Premises, 14 a 4/ 

Byatt, Walter, for Manslaughter, 17y 13 e 

-24i 13 6 

Cabbage, Jolin, for Stealing, 22 m 7 a— 29 

m7./ 

Cabmen, for Obstruction. 1 1 ; 4 « 

Caliender, Ernest, for Stealing. 25 m 4 c 

Canney. A. E., for Libel, 26 a 8 e 

Capsey, E. J., for his Missing Brother, the 

Rev. Thos. (^apsey, 13 a 13 a 

(^argiU, R. B., for Non-payment of Wages, 

1 a 4./ 

Carey, M. B., for Attempted Fraud, 22 a 4 

/— 29 u 13 b 
Carr. Wm.. and another, for Criminal As- 
sault. 24 ; 13 5 

Casan, Samuel, for Stabbing. 11 w 4 « 

Cason, Ben}., for Wounding. 4 m 4 /' 

Castle Bromwich Riots, 15 Men and a Lad' 

for, 9 a 5 6 

Caswell, Alfred, for Disorderly Conduct 

and Violent Assault, 19 ; 6 d 
^— Catesby, Edw., for Sanitary Act Offence, 17 
j\8o 

Chamberlain, Thos., for Assault, 22 m 7 5 

Charing, Hyman, for Shooting and Wound- 
ing, 8 in 5 5 

Charity Organization Society, Cases, 5 i 8 a 

Charles, Herbert, for Inciting a Man to Steal 

a set of Examination Papers, 2j A d 

Cheesman, Alice, for Attempted Suicide, 8 



j 13 6 

— Chinn. R. H.. for Murder, 29 / 11 / 

— City Baths, Owners of, for Nuisance Removal* 
Act Offence, 10 m 12 6 

— Clansford, Fred., for Criminal Assault on a* 
Young Girl, 23 ; 15 6 

— Clark, Francis, for Drunkenness and As-* 
sault, i i 5 d 

76 



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PALMKk's IKDEX to " THE TIMKS " NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 to 



Police {roniinwd), 

Clark, Henry, for Stealing, \(j u i d 

' Samuel, for Stabbing, 24 m 4 b 

Clarke, M. W., for Fraud. 13 m 1.2 d 

Cokely, Mary Ann, for Stabbing her Mother, 

6i8a 

Coker, Geo., for Fraud, 19 m 5 e 

^ — Cole, Thof., for Carrying more than Three 

Packages of Fish on his Head. 29 m 7 / 
Condon, Wm., for Assault. 22 m 7 a 

Cooper, Arthur, for Stealing, 19 ; 6 rf 

Cootes, Henry, for Atteuipting to Steal, 12 

a 4 a 

Corbett, John, for Adulteration' Act Offence, 

2aSe 
-^ — Corp, Wm., and others, for Adulteration 
Act Offence, 11 .; 4 e 

Costermongers, for Obstruction, 19 m 6'/— 

SjAd 
-^— Cotton, John, for Stealing, Sjic 

Cox, James, for Stealing, \ j 5.d 

Craabrook, Caroline, and another, for Steal- 
ing. 11 mi e 

- Crarig, Hyman, for Shooting, 14 w 4 / 
Crawley, Timothy, and another, for Bur- 
glary, 27 a 10 a— 29 a 18 6 

Creuks, T. and F., for Stealing, 22 a 4/— 

29 a 13 6 

-^ Cromer, Francis, for Fraud, 10 m'12 ft 

^— Cropley, a Cabman, for Kef using a Fare,' 28 

ad e 

• Crossley, Ida, for Reckless Riding. 21 a 10/ 

.^— Crowdy, James, for Wounding. 10/ 3 / 
Crowley, Rich., and another, for Attempting 

to Steal 28 o 4 a 

Robt., for Drunkenness and Assault, 1 



ibd 



— Cruikshank, Thos., for Indecent Assault on 
a Little Girl, 1 1 ; 4 e 

— Crystal Palace District Gas Company, for 
Supplying Inferior Gas, 23 a 10 c 

— CuUen, C. M., for False Pretences, 30 / 20 rf 

— Cummings, liobt, for Illegal Distress, 23 
; 15 e 

— Cunningham, John, for Drunkenness, &c.,' 
29i 13 a 

— Cutmore, Wm., for Keeping a Cock, 7»i 4/ 

— Dalton, Marcus, for Stealing,' 25 / 21 a 

— Danagher, Denis, for Murder, 2 a 5 e 
Died in Limerick Gaol, 5 ci 6 d 

— Davie, John, for Cruelty to a Horse, 18; 8 e 

— Dayis and Williams, for Stealing; 8 a Is a 
Wm., for Assault, 23 a 10 6 

Day, Maurice, Notice and Subscriptions for, 



27 m 18 b 

Wm., for Not Reporting himself, 14 ; 3'« 



— Dean, Henry, for Overcharge in a CabFare, 
d0j20d 

and Two oth^r Men, for Stealing, 27 a 10 a 



— Denney, Henry, for Disorderly Conducti 1 1 

lll46 

— J^nny, G. W., for Bigamy, 16 j 8 « 

— Deromei Henry, for Stealing, 22 a 4' / 

— Digon, W. C, for having a Dog Not under 
Control, 28 m 4y->4 ; 4 </ 

— Dixon, Henry, for Assault, 8 > 4 rf 
Walter, for Smoke Nuisance, 27 a 10 b 

7t5 



I 



Police (cQntinmrl), 

Dobson, John, and another, for Robbery, 6 

m 18 a 

Dog, Application about fi Bite from, 29 a 136 

Doga. Summonses about, 6)7 /— 9/ 10 « — 

I6,sr/"— 18»3«-30;20 d 
Donald, John, alias Smith, for Stabbing, 28 

08/ 
Donaldson, Alex., for Assault, 29 rai 7 / — 5 

>7/.. ... 

- • Downes, Jas., and another, for Wounding, 
14 ^ 6 *a 

Dovle, Christopher, for Smuggling, 1 1 i 4 « 

Duncan. John, for Burglary, 23 7 15 « 

Durran. Job, for Violent Behaviour in 

Church. 17? 13 c 
^ager, £dw., and another, for Stealing, 2 L 

TO 4 / 

- Ebdon, Thos., for Indecently Exposing him- 
self, 1 ; 6 d 

— r- Edmann and M'tntosh. Messrs., for Selling^' 
ifndecent Photographs, 14 ; 3 « 

Edwards, ThoA.. and another, for Adulter- 
ation Act Ofifcnce, 578a 

Klection Billn. Application about a Tenant 

Posting some on his House, 26 ; 6 / 

Eleason, Chas.. for Smuggling, 21 ; 4 cf 

Emohierei Alcide, and others, for Keeping 

a Disorderly House, ZO a*6J 

Evans, Sarah, for Fraud, 23 a 10 6 

Hannah, for Stealing. 10 .7 3 / 

Henry, and another, for Arson, 28 a 4 a' 

Evesleigh. Geo,, for Assault, 2() a 4 «. 

Ewin.' Fred;, for Abuse, &c., 28 / 4 d 

Fajfan, Gerlock, for Burglary, 27 a 10 a—i' 

mif 

Feder, Anna, for Drunkenness, 14' ; 3 d 

Finch, G. V. H., for Murder aiill liobbery,' 

l'2;6d-19 7.7« . .; i 

Fisher, Eliz.. for Attempted Suicide, 29 w 7 / 

Fletcher. R. Y., for Disorderly Conduct, 13 

13 a 

Fleur,'Rosa La, and others, for Stealing, 8 



7 4 c— 12 J 12 « 

— Flower, Lewis, and another, for Disorderly' 
Conduct, 29'a l3 6 

— Forster, F. T.; for Not Reporting himself, 
SO a 3/ 

— Foster, John, and another, for Keeping an 
Ill-governed House, 22 7 4' «-28 Jid 

— Fowler, Chas., for Supplying False News,' 
25 m 4 ^-1 ; 5 rf-6 i 7 A— 12 ^2 « 

— Fox, Edw., for Fldods Act Offence, 29 w 7/. 

— Francis, H. W., for Assaiilt and Drunken- 
ness, 28 a 8/ 

■5 & Co., for Factory Act Offence, 22 m 7 6 



— Freeman, Fred., and others, for Drunken- 
ness and Riot, 29 7 13 a 

— Frey & Co., for River Act Offence, 80 a 4 a 

— Fry, M. A.; for Stabbing, 12 m 4/ 

— Fuller, F. G., for Criminal Assault^ 31 m 4 
y-7;10e 

— Fyfe, Rich:, for Libel, 26 a 8 /—SO a 3/— 
1578e— I976rf , 

— Gardiner, Robt., for Bigamy, 18 7 3 «— 24 / 
13 6 

— Gardner, Fred., for Wanton Driving, 22 m' 



Juno 80, 1886.] PALSfER*S INPEX to " T«E TIJJES " NE\y8?AI*ER. 



M 



Police {^conttnued), 

' Garham, John» for Criminal Assault on 

Toung Girls, 24 m 4 6 
— — Gariiham, Geo., and another, for Stealing a 

a Horse and Cab, 5 9 8a 

Ga>Ier, G. W.. for Assault, 17 w 12 c 

' Genese, Samson, and others, for Conspiring 

~ to Defraud, 15 ; 8 «— 21 .; 4 d— 29/ 13 a 

Gentry, Mark, for Building Act Offence, 19 

' m 5 e ■ 

— - Gibbons, Thos., for Stealing, 16 ; 8 /— 28 i 
15 « ' 

Gibney, Thos., for Criminally Assaulting 19 

Young Girls, 12 m 4./- 27 m 18 a 

Gibson, Alfred, for Assault, \6jSf 

Jas., fur Keeping a Disorderly House, 18 



'^ a 13 a 

Gifford, Frank, for Fraud, 29 to 7/ 

GUbert, W. K., for Theft, 8 ; 10 e 

Gladstone, VVm., for Gambling, 28 ;' 15 e 

Glover, IL M., for Begging, 23 a 10 b 

Gobby, Henry, for AUowin^ Gaming on his 

Premises, 18 ; 8 e ' 

G^fre>, Harry, for Burglary, 26 a 8/ 

Goldiiig, D. E., for Assault, 20 a 12 c 

• Gordon. J. B., for Stealing, 22 a 4/ 

Z Cosset, Phillip, for Embezzlement, 1 a 6 6 

Grady, Jas., for Violent Assault. 16 ; 3 /* 

Graves, Loni, and another, for Conspii-acy, 

9 ; 10 e 
Gray, Robt., for Waterman's Act Offence, 

23 a 10 c • 

Green, Edw., for Cruelty to a Donkey, 28 

' a A a 

for Illegally Pledging a Tricycle, 17 to 



12 d 



J^ 



Julia, for Keeping a Disorderly House, 4 



Grossmith, Henry, for Violent Assault, 1 

TO 13/ "^ 
Grove, Thos., for Sending Bad Meat to 

Market, 4 j i e 
Grovea, ( has., and others, for Keeping a 

Disorderly House, 29 to 7 / 

Guntiell, Edw.. for Fraud, \o j S d 

• Hadder and Gubbins, Two Policemen, fop 

Assault, 5 a 4 c 

Hall, John, for Wounding, 29 / 13 a 

— — Hammond, J. 8., fur En'ibezzlement, \6aid 

^ Saml.. for Not Ueportiug himself. 5 moj 

Harding, Wm.,'for Making False Declara^ 

tion, 5 TO 5 a 
— — Hardy, Wm.. for Sending Bad Meat to 

Market, \(i a A d 

Hiirnety, John, for Burglary, 12 a 4 a 

Harris, Jas., for Smoking in a Pit, ^9 a 8 c< 

' (has., for Fraud, 7/ 10 « 

H. C, for Embezzlement, 15 to 6 / 

■ John and Emily, for Keeping a Disorderly 

House, o a id 

Joseph, for Stealing, 1 1 m 4 e 



-— Harte, Rev. C. A. B., for Unnatural Offence, 
29 o 13 6—6 TO 13 a— 18 m 12 d—20 m 4y— 27 
tn Ida 

-^ Harvey, Francis, for Attempted Burglary, 
30a3f 
— Hazel, Edw., for Fraud, 24 to 4 6—28 to 4 e 



Polioe {continued). 

' — Havelock, Christian, for Embezzlement, 28 

TO 4 e 
— '- llayden, John, for being Drunk and Naked 

in the Streets, i 1 to 4 « 
— ^ Head, A. W., for Manslaughter, 17 o 6/ — 

28 a I0r~-30a 3/ 
— -* Hendricks, G. E., for Embezzlement, 19 m 5 e 

Henrigues, Julian, for Murdeir, l8 m 4 <f 

Henaliaw, William, for Uttering a Forged 

Security, 7j lOe ^ 

— - Heskins, C. G., for Arson, 20 a 12 c — 19 m 

6/ 
Hewett, Edw., for Murder, 20 m 10/— 27 

o9« 

Wm., for being a Deserter, 1 1 m 4 /* 

Hickey, James, for Assault, 19 m 5's 

Higgins, John, for Threats, 18.; 3/ 

Michael, for Niiisance, 11 i 4 e 



— Higley, Geo., for Assaulting the Police. 15 
; 8 « 

— Hill, Henry, for Stealing, I ; 5 (f 
Hinton, Walter, for Smoke Nuisance, 27 a 



106 



— Hoare, Rich., for Stabbing. 16 ; 8/ 

— Hobson, G. £., for Fraud, 1 9 to 5 s 

— Hodgkinson, Geo., for Sendmg Bad Meat to 

Market, 24 ; 13 a 

~ Hoe, Chas., for Railway Act Offence. 20 a 
12 6 . . 

-^ Holder. Joseph, for Criminally Afsaulting 

aLitileGirl. 17 to 12« ^ - 

-^ Holmes, Chas. ICdwin, for Bigamy. 3 a 6 /* 

— Holohan, Daniel' and Edmon(^, for Moon- 
lighting, 3 TO 9 e 

— ' Hoptiay, John, for having an Unmuzzled 
Dog, 18; 3/ ' ^ 

— Horthe. James, for Selling Adulterated 
Bread, 25/21 / 

— Howard, Edna, for Wounding, 17 to 12 c 

W., for Burglary. 2 a 3 s ' 

iluddon/ Fraiik, for Cruelty to a Horse, 26 



TO 4 (i 



Joseph, for Assault, 2Qj 6 f 

— Hughes, Edw., for Inland Revenue Act Of- 
jfence, 23 ; 15 « 

— Humphreys, H., for Fraud, 7 a 6s~14u4/ 
J. C, for Obstruction, 23 j 15 e 



Wm.. for Stealing, 1» to 5 6^26 to 4 a 
-^ Ireland, John, for Assaulting the Police. 3 
; 13 6 ' 

— Irvine, a Surgeon, for Causing the Death of 
a Child, 2 a 13 a 

-~ Isaacs. John, for Burglary, 15 a 3 e 

— James, Florence, for Stealing, 28 to 4 / 

— JanSen, Petit, and others, for Smuggling, 28 
TO 7/ 

— Jenkins, J. T., for Personation, 28 a 10 c 

— Jinks, Wm.. for Burglary, 3 to 4s~24to46 

— Johnson, James, qUuh T. Bowman, for Not 
Reporting himself, \1 ab f 

Joseph, and his Wife, for Assaulting their. 



Child, i}bd 

Samuel, and others, for Burglary, 80y 20 d 

— Jones, R. T., for Furnishing False News, IS 
wl2rf— 20to4/ * 

Geo., for Stealing, 25^21/ 

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[April 1 to 



Police {continued), 

Jones, John, for Burpflary, 25 m 4 c 

V'm., for Libel, 6 a 10 /' 

Judge, Benjamin, for Attempting to Extort 

Money, b a\ d 

Mary, for Fraud. 22 wi 7 a 

Jupp, J. H., for Embezzlement. 18 / 3 / 

Kaye, — , for Letting a House for Immoral 

Purposes, 9 ; 10 «— 16 ' 8 / 

Knvlor, Daniel, for Indeceat Assault en a 

Little Girl, 21 j 4 '/ 

. Keating, James, and others, for Burglary, 

II m 4rf— 18m4rf 

Keoble. Wm., for Burglary, 2H a 3 /* 

. Kemp, Charlotte, for Stealing, 10 7" 3/ 

Kendrick, James, and others, for Prize 

Fighting. &c.. 21 «i 4 A-25 m\d 

' King. Kate, for Stealing. 8 a 1 3 a 

John, for Murder, 27 /« 9 / 

Thos., for Burglary, 23 «'lO b 

Wm., and others, for Betting Act Offence, 



14 ft 4 / 

— Kenning, Thos., and another, for Assaulting 
the Police, 16/3/ 

— Kenny, Patrick, for Wife Assault, \ a i f 

— Kittoe, Capt. M. H., for Assault. 24 m 4 6 

— Knight, Thos.. and others, for having Dogs 
Unmuzzled, 18 } 3 e 

— Koplam. George, for Selling Adulterated 
Batter. 20 j 20 d 

— Lambert, a C^abman. for Reckless Driving, 
3 06/ 

Lander, F. W., for Sending Bad Meat to 



Market, 30 a 3 /' 
— r— Latham. Alfred, for Wilful Damage, 28 a 3e 
Lathey, Daniel, for Inciting to Steal, 29 ; 

13 a 
Lawry, 8. M., for Abduction, 8 a 18 a— 6 

m 13 a 
Lawson, Wra., for Sending Bad Meat to 

Market. 30 a 3 / 

Leach, Chai»., for Obstruction, 3 wi 4 « 

— ^ Leahy, D. F., for Non-payment of Cab Fare, 

14«4/ 

Leak, Wm., for Stealing. 27 a 10 a 

Leary, Patrick, for Cruelty to his Child, 22 

Lee, Henry, and another, for Disorderly 

Conduct. 28 f/t 4 e 
— ^ I^eonard, John, for Stealing. 29 / 13 a 

. Policeman, to Keceivea Heward. 19m 5 « 

Leslie. O. 11.. for Stealing. 20 a 12 6 

-^— Lester, Louisa and Mary Ann, for Violent 

Assault, 19 ; 6 rf 

Lewis, John, for Steahng. 23 a 10 6 

' Lipman, Andrew, and another, for Remov- 
ing Goods to Evade Distraint. 2(» 1 6 / 
Lipyeat, Wm., for Throwing a Stone, 26 m 

id 

Little, Thos., for Murder, 6rtl0«— 13al3a 

Lockyer, Thos., for Reckless i>riving, 9 a 1 3 a 

LoreL C. D., for Fraud, 13 a 10 « 

— Love and Goodwin, Two Men, for Sticking 

Bills on Walls of Premises without Authority, 

80 ; 20 d 
: Lowcock, Edw., for Disorderly Conduct, 30 

^20d 

7« 



Police (eontinuea). 

Lowe, Daniel, and another, for Intimida* 

tion. 8 TO 5 6— 22 TO 7ft 

Lucas, Thos., for Wounding, 13 ; 12 e—IS 

.7 37 

Lycett, James, for Stealing. 20 a \0 b 

— Lynch. Edw.. for Stealing. 2.5 w 4 d — 1 ;6 « 

Mackenua. Hannah, for Libel, 22 a 4 ^ 

Mah(»ney. Geo., and others, for Aidmg and 

Abetting a Prize Fight, 26 m 4 d— 31 w 4 /" 

a Man. for Stealing, 31 m 4 e 

and Youth, for Burglary, 26 o 8/ 



— Mann. Henry, for Bobbery, 8 a 13 a 

— Mantle, Francis, for Drunkenness, 16 ^ 4 'f 

— Marshall, Annie, for Concealment of Birth, 
8 TO 4/ 

Chas., for Indecent Assault on a Girl, 28 



a 4 a 

— Mason, Frank, for Burjylary. 26 m 4 li 

— Matthews, Chaa., for Attempted Suicide, 25 
7 21 / 
J. T.. for Assault. 27 a 10 o— 3 w 4 « 



Mattock. Rich., for Libel, 15 to 6 /* 

May, Emma, for Stealing. l'.» m 5 f 

Geo., for Senting Bad Mear to .Market, 

21 TO 4/ 

M'Cormack. J. H., for Indecently Assault- 



ing a Little Girl. 22 a 9 /' 
M4ilv(>y, Alfred, and another, for Indecent 

Assault, 27 ri 10 b 
M'Gregor, Roso, for Throwing Carbolic 

Acid in a Man^s Face. 28 to 4 « 

Peter, for Drunkenness, H j 4 '/ 

MKenna. Hannah, for Libel, 29 a 13 6 

M'Kenzie, James, for Assault and Wilful 



Damage. 26 a 8 « 

M'Lachlan. F. J., for Annoyance, 23 ; 15 # 

Melnise. Walcer, for Stealing, 14 ; 3 c 

Men, Five, for Picking Pockets. 23 j 15 e 

Mereilith, li^llen. for Baby Farming. 16 a 4 if 

Millar, Dr., for a Summons, 22/4 <—26i 6/ 

Miller. Krnest, for Stealing. 2ii m 7 J 

Mills. Geo., for • tealing, 10 ; 3 /— 18 ; 3 € 

Mitchell. Kobt.. for Begging. 16 a 4 c/ 

Moeder. Frank, for Perjury, 12 wi 4_/— 19 'i| 

6 «— 24 TO 4 b 

Moffat, Henry, and another, for Unnatural 

Offence, 14 / 4 »/— 19 / 6 d—22 t 4 e 

Morrison, J. H.. for Adulteration Act Of- 
fence. 4 f 4 rf— 1 1 / 4 e 

Mortlopk, R. H. and T., for Living in a 



Disorderly li<iu»e. 3 ; 13 6 

— Mostyn, Eliza, for Buby Farming, 16 a 4 cf 

— Mowbray, C. W.. for Obstrucciori, 16 ; 8/ 

— Mowlem & Co.. for Building Act Offence, 
26 TO 4 d 

Muirhead, Wm., for Rape on his Daughter, 



27 TO 13 6 

Mulcock, Mary, for Causing the Death of 



her Child. 26 ; 6/ 

— Munsen, Arthur, for Milk Adulteration, 29 
m 8 a 

— Murphy, James, for Disorderly Conduct, 19 

jed 

a Man. for Assault. 17 m 12 d 

John, for Drunkeimess. 29 a 13 6 



Neate, H. W., for Stealing, Hj^i 



.^une 0, l^86.] 



1>ALSIKI<'8 INDRX TO ^' TlfK TIMES'" NKW^PAfc-ER. 



Poi 



Polioe (rotUinufd). 

Neil. Jonev, for Disorderly Coiuluct. 29 m 7 / 

Newlin. Altre<l% fur Ma lung a Fuldu Dednr- 

a lion. 2H J 4 d 

' Newton. John, for Biirt^Ury, 18 im 4 </— 2» 

Noel. Capr. Peter, for Smugging. 17 m 1^2 rf 

Norman. E<iw., for Libel. 4 f 4 c 

Nott, Saniuel. for Forjrery. 1 7 a 5 « 

Noalton, Samuel, and others, for fi ui^giary, 

Hmob 
O'Connell. Patrick, and others, for Assanli- 

ing the Police, II j 4 a 

O'Donnell, John and Patrick, for Murder, 

31 ;9e 

Oldham, C. W.. for Frau4 81 m 4.«— I j6 

€— fi; 7 /— 12 i It? <»— 1«;8^ 

O'Neill, John, for Murder, 29 a 7 d 

Dshorn, i\ H.« for having a Dog not ander 



i^ontiol. tf / We 

- — Outhwaite, Wm. and another, for Drunken- 
ness and Asmmlt, 4 / 4 r 

Palmer, Wm., for SeHing Adudieratua Milk, 

19«o / 

Parker. Geo., for Befttinff. 21 ; 4 '/ 

Parrett, Constance, for Keeping a PisoGcWrly 

Hoive. 4 m 4 /' 

Parritifre. Lizzie, for Srealinf;, I « IH / 

Patterson, James, and another, for »*^tealing, 

10; 3 c 
I^ittisou, Wqi.. for Selling liotlen Meat. 29 

m 7/ 

Penned, Geo.. {t*f CrUnioaily IJlttle Assault- 
ing Girls, II w 4 4i—\S w 12 d 

r and another for HnrtrUry, 29 ; ]^a 

Pearson. Jacob, and others, ifor Bteting to 

Drill, 18 / 9c 

^ — Pellican, Kobt., and otJi>ers, for Burglary. 
17 w I2e 

Penny. K. II. forTeliing Port«in^, 81 m4j 

Penryii FrNmiis /or False Pr.etences. 8m 4 j 

Per»3', Fred., /or Obstruction, 1» m 12 «/— 

15 M <> / 
' Perry, Geo. for Hurgbir^'. 2 o M e 

Thos.. for Selling Adulterated Milk, 19 

w 5 / 

• — Pe^'ton Col. Job", for hiving a Dog not 

QOdpr Vrti]ier < oat ml, ^4 IH -• 
• — liiillipti, I oliit' C«insittbl«', (or a R/ewardfor 

Bravery. 4 / 4 «• 

• « has., for Attompicd Suicide, 14; 6 « 

• Piguott, H«nry. lor ACteii ptel Fraud 20 a 

12 A — 2M «3 / 

Pilkington. John, for t^tfaiing Bread, 23 a 

JO/,— 17„ 6 / 

Donations for. 19" 10/' 



— PiMJe, Thos for Rnr>{|ary, 8 7 13 '. 

— Porter, Morris tor Factory Act Offence, 7 
Ml 4./ 

— Pottrr, II. P., for Asaault, by Vaccina tioo, 
24 Iff 4 // 

— Pieece, Thos.. and others, for Frequenting 
Banks to Commit Felonv. 3n i 20 rt 

— Prior, W. G. for >eifipg Bad Meat, 9 ; 10s 

— Pritehnrd, (jeo., for Drunkennfss. Ift? 8y 

— Pnrkissi. Jbretlerirk. for Mealing, 21 w 4/ 

— (^uinlan, Piudence. for St$}a)mg, 13^ 3 • 



I 



Polioe (roNtinued). 

Kawiinifs, (>eo.. and another, for Assault, 

Uses, F- S.. for .Manaiaughter, 18 m 4 rf— 25 



m A 
— Kegan. Ivdar.. Hn<l another, for Betting, 21 

- Kenvoise. Arthur, fur Stealing, 28 a 3 c 
Keynolils. Tho«.. for Stabbing, 2 u 3 e 

f»»r KniU»z/UMiient. 1 / 6 e 

— liiciiardH^ i Una., snd another, for Burglary^ 
80 a An 
Uidout, and Three ot^erLads, for Stealing, 

11 94 e 

Kistoll. Aifted. and others, for Tlirowlng 

Stone )it Pnfisi.n*^ Trains, 18 7 3 « 

Hivrtt Hichard. for Asssult, 7 »w 4/ 

KohWiis. H.T.. lor Fraud 22fl 4 c 

Holieits, John, for Assault, II »i 4 e— 19 

w 4 4f 

- Koburtson. Capt., for Refusing to Sign a 
Siiil'ir's ( eriijficate of Discharge, 12 m 8<i— 26 
w 10 h 

- K<ihins. C. B..for Fraud, 17 jlS <? 

HobiiiDon, Georgina, for Inland Retenue 

Off.'tH:e. 3«t 7 20 U 

Nellre. for Attempted Suicide. 18 m4 a 



— Ilogers. J. R.. for inoiting to a Duel, 7 la 4 
y:_l I m 4 rf— 14 m 4 / 

Rosenberg, Abraham, and others, for 

Factory Act ()ffence. 1 4 «ii 4 / 

— Kowdon Kd« ., for Libel, 2;i? 15 </-24 ; 18 a 

— Ihiiagh. MargHret. for Wx^unding. 9 a 13 a 

— HJUffseli W. C. lor OiiQlnHlly Assaulting a 
Young Girl. 22 a 4 ^— 2« a 13 ^— 1 m 13 /* 

Hvsn John for Stealing, 2i» ; 13 n 

'Mary, for Frau*!. 17/13 r-24 / 13 6 



Sampson, Tiios.. for License Act Offence, 3 

Samuels. Wm.. for Poisoning. 16; 10 « 

Sargo<Ml, VV. If. for KurgUry, 13m6rf 

Sayer. Kdw.. fj)r Siejiling. 15 7 8/ 

St. Quentin. W. B.. for Assault, \9j6d 

Schwartz. John, for Smoke Nuisance, 22 a 

4 /— 26 a h t 
Scott. W.ilier, for Thames Conservancy Act 

Offence, 23 'r 10 r 
Scowan, A. O., for Cruelty to a Horse, 30 

a 6 a 
— Sebright. A, E. S.. for Fraud. 6 m 4 / 

Selfe. Henry, for Drunkenness. 1 7 5 rf 

Servant. Wrn.. for Assault, 27 a 10 a 

Sharodd. Oliver, for oleahng, 20 a 12 6—2.4 

a3 / 

Simmx'm«l8. Arthur, for Stealing, 1^4/ 

John, and others, for Adulteration Act 

Offence. 15 <i 3 « 
Smipson, Kliza. for Stealing. 22 m 7 n 

Sinclair, i.'apt., for Petroleum Act Offence, 

{17 III 5 / 

Skene, Felix, for having a Dog Unmuzzled, 

2j4ei 
Skillern, W. G., for Man»laughter. 28 a 8 e 

Smith Jnmes. fc»r Drunk^-nness. 21 ; 4 if 

J. H.. for VioKnt Assault. 28 / 4 d 

Wm., for Adulter»tion Act Offence, '^% 



a 10 / 



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PAI.MKlc'S INDKX TO ** THE TIMES *' NKWSPAPER. 



[April I i^ 



•Police (i ontinned). 

' Siniih, VVm., for Astsault and Drunkenness, 

28 tt 3 / 
- — Smyth, James, for Stealinsr, 19 a 10 / 

for Not ivvpiiitinir himself, 10 m 12 b 

VVm.. for Kraud, l()/ 3 / 

^— Snow, WHlier and another, for Burglary, 26 
* M 8 c— I /« 13 / 

Socijilists, 1 1, for Obstruction, I 7 13 a 

Solomans, Harris, for Factory ActUfifence, 



31 m 4 c 

Sommer, Capt., for Non-paymfnt of Wages, 

23 a IM ;• 

• — r SpilJ. Frederick, for Stevlinj?, 8 n 13 a 
^- — ?>iM>i)ner, liobt.. for SieuliiiK. 20 m 4 f 
'• Slant! ing. Chas., for AsshuU. 7 (/ 6 « 

Stanton! John, for Unlawfully l>etiiining a 

* Dog. I wi 1 3 / 

Sietl Henry, for Criminal Assault on a 

Little Girl. 14 / 4«-2H / 4 d 

- — Stephenson. Wm. for Stealing. 7 m A f 

Siepiiey ( hurchyard, Coin|)laiut about the 

Oiswrncefiil Srene at. a 1<' / 

Movens, Frances, and otijiers, for Burglary, 

10/3/ 

Strevel. Fdw., for Assault. 3 n 6 / 
-— Stride. .Inmes and anjihe , for Crue'ty to a 

ilorse. r> ; 8 d 

■ Stiebel. Kdw.. for Assault 10 a 12 e 

Siuart. W. I'., andoiheis, for Conspiring to 

Defraud. 2 » 3 e 
Sullivan V.(\w., for Keeping a Ferocious 

Dog jLinnuz^leJ. 14/// 4/ 

for Stealing, 2rt\/ 3 /— 5 //» 4 / 



John, and another, for Stealing, 18? SJ 

—25 ; 2 / 

Michael and apoiher, for Attempted 



Rescue. I ? 5 <y 
- — Sweetin;; Henry, for Dog Agt Offencje, 6iSa 

Swiney. (j, II.. for MHn>ianghtir 9 / lOe 

S^mes. Aj>>err, for Smuggjiiig. 21 ; 4 c/ 

Syra. Jost*ph. ftir Cruelty to a Monkey, 19 

a 10 / ' 

: i'aile ThoN., for Stealing. 2S o 3 /* 

Taujblyn, Fr«.de;ick. for Krauil, 24 m 4 h — 

27 /// 13 a !)/ 10 e -17 M3A 

'- Tatmir. J. S., for Fraul, ' 7 /» 5 /— 21 m i f 

'l\nr.iijf, Daniel, for A«^ault. \ in A f 

Taylor. Jam^fd. for Shojling another Boy, 6 



I 



/I 10 / — i4fi. 4 / 

Kiehinl. for Keeping an Unsanitary 



L •d'iiiii'Iiouse. 7 »// ^ / 
— '— Tlionia*. Henry, for Kortery, 5 a A c— 19 a 

»," / 

rii'/mpson Wiu.. for Stoaliiig, 2 a Se 

''■ JaiiK'K. for Stealing, 20 //i 4 e 

'■^ — rin/rnley, Herbert, aiid others, for Disor- 
derly' Conduct, I2a4a 
-— ^ Thornton, James, for Using ^ Horse with 

-' - rill.4un, Joseph, for Unlawful Possession, 8 

m n h 
Tithes and Poor Uates, Su'nmonse<) for 

Non-p»} nit-nt, 22 m 7 u 
— Toms, Henry, and others, for Attempted 

Murder, \2 m 10 
21 — lulse Kam, a Hiadoo, for Vagrancy. 6 a 5« 
80 



Police (^continued). 

Tqu8s int. Dorato for Attempted Murder, 3 

Q 3«— » rt '3 « — IG/i 4 d 

- Towell. H. J., for Game Law Act OfiFence, 
7« fic-H n 13 « 

Tranter. W. T.. for Fraud. 26 a 8 « 

for Perjury. 10 ; 3 « 

Trier. V., for Keeping a Disorderly House, 

SO n 3 / 
— - Tucker. VV. S., for Fraud, 6 w 13 a— 18 m 

\2d-2l mi f 
Turner, C. T , for Mnndaugbt r, 19 m 5 < 

—26 m 4 // 

Tun well. A. J., for Forgery, &c., 16 ff 4 rf 

Underwooc\ Henry, for Supplying a Drun- 



ken VVoninn wiih Intoxicating Liquor. 29 m 7 /" 

— Vaceination. Applica ion about, 17 /a 12 rf 
— lS»i 4 w — 24 mAU 

— Vau«han J. F.. for Wounding. 26/6/ 
y^iAy^ Thos., for Obstructing the Police, 



31 //•4 6 

Vidler, Thos., fpr Assault, 4c., 11 w 4 rf 

Vincent, Thos., for Manslaughter. 26 m 4 i^ 

VVackett. Tljos., for being a Wandering 

Lunatic. 7 in if 

Waite. John, for Murder. 7 j9 f 

Walker. James, for Murder. 3 wi 4 /" 

Wall, Cha^.. for Allowing Betting on his 



Licensed Premises. 20 /*« 4 « 
— Wallace, a Woman, fpf Advice, 8 m 4 # 
Walters, Caroline, for Aesault, I j 5 « 



Ward. Henry, for Damaging a Fire Alarm, 

16/3/' 

Wardle, T. E., and another, for Obstruction, 

22 / 4 e 

Warren St»'e.^t, Owner of a House in, for 

a Nuisance, 17 /// 12 c 

- Waison, H. G., for Dninkenness and As- 
sault. H» / 3 / 

Webb Francis, and others ft»r Companies 

Act Offence, 20 /// 4 / 

Webb, Joseph, for lie<?eiving Stolen Rope, 

26 ; 6 / 

Welfs. iqizabetl^, for Selling Adulterate4 

Milk, 19 /// n / 
Welsh, Klizabeth for Murder, I a 6 rf 

VN esant, t rank, for Cruelty to a Donkey, 

28 n ^ a 

West, Wm.. and another, for Burglary, 9 # 

13 .i- 16 /» 4// 

Westcomb, Fred., for Stealing, 21 a 10 /"— 

8 a 13 /r 

- - Wheeldon, Charles, for Stealing. 29 / IS <? 
\\ hite, Geo., for Attempting to ObUia 

Money by the Confidence Trick. i2 a 4 a 

— for Stealing. 21 ; 4 « 

Wm. for Stealing. 28 w 4,/ 



— VV hitehead, J., for Advice. 3 m 4 « 

— Wiggar. c:E. for Corrupt Practice. 29 a 6f 

— Wilcockson, John, for Starving a Cow, 7 
/6 6 

— Wileman, Jane, for As!*ault, 11 / 4 « 

— Williams, C. E. St Barbe, for Abduction, 6 
a I0« 



John, for Burglary, 22 o 4 /— 29 a IS <j 
VV illis. Charlotte, for iieceiving Stolen Pro- 



perty, 24 m 4 6 



V.I * 

June 30, 1886.] palmer's index to ** the tijies " newspapeh. 



PLb^ 



Police ^rontmued), 

Wilkin. on. VVm.. for Frauil. 1 w 13 /* 

- Wilson. Wm.. far DiHchar^^ing a HevoWer 
in the Sire is. 5 wi 4 /— 19 »i 5 e- 9 ; 10 e 

for Indecent AbbhuU, 3 ; 13 ^ 

Kdw. and another, for Extinguishing 

Street Lampfi, 1 1 ; 4 e 

Windebank, Pulict; Constable Henry, for 

Assault. 1 m 13 / 

Win'it, Gerard, and Another, for Uttering 

(Counterfeit Coin. 25 w* 4 f 

Wood. T. M.. for Attempted Suicide, 4 m 4/ 

W. S., for Drunkenness, &c., 18 ; a e 

Worman. Edw.. for Libel. 28 m 4 s 

Wren Eniily. for Stealing. 19 a \0J 

C. J., for AsJiaHtt. }iS d.H f , 

Wright Frederick, for Burfrlary,' 8 a 18 a 

Albert, for Burglary. 23 a 10 c 

-^ Arthur, for Unlawful Possession, 16 a 4 d 

John, for Obtaining Goods by a Forged 



(Irder. 25 / 21 / 

— Yates, Chas., for Receiving Stolen Property, 
10; 3e 

— Young. John, for Drunkenness, 29 a 13 6 
James, for St^aliii^. 19 m 5 / 



Police. Appointment of Sir C. Warren as Chief 

Comniis^ioner. \ a 9 f 
- — Pension IJill. 14i« H) f 
Folitical Crisis. 12 7 10 «— 14 i 6 6- 15> 3 e-.16 

}6a 

InteiFigencie. Not6 on, 6 w 6 / 

hiiuation, 5 a 9e->16a 10 a— 17 a 10 c/-> 

19 o 7 a— 20 a 7 a— 21 a 6 a— 22 a 7 r/— 2a a 
4r^24d 10 6-26a4d-27a4«— 28q 7 d- 
29 a 6 a— 3J o 6 rf~ 1 ^n 11 /~3 m 9 /-4 m 7 

J- M 5e-7 m 10 A— 8 m 14 0— 10 m 7 a— 1 1 
m 13/— 12 w6/— 13m6r-l4 m 10 d-15 w 
7/_l7„, 9 / — IS mb €— 19 m 11 e -20 m 9 / 
—21 m 8 «— 24 m 9 /— 25 m 8 A— 26 ui 10 a— 
27 w 7 6—28 m 7 f-S\ r/i 6 d—l j 13 h-2 3 10 
</— 3 ; fi d-4 ; 10 e-5 7 12 e— 7 ; 6 a— 8 ; 10 
<— 19 ; 12 rf-22 m 11 /— 23 7 9'(i 

Poor Rates and Pauperism, 10 a 6 b — 13 //i 9 s 

Pope (The; Private Chaplain to, 13 a 10 c/— 14 a 
\2h 

Portartington (Lord) on the Irish Land Putchase, 
3a4/ 

Porters* Benevolent Association, 19th' Annual 
Dinner. 1 w 9 / 

Portsmouth (Lord) on Mr. Gladstone's Bills. 27 

German Torpedo Boat at. 29 m 14 /* 

Visit of Members of Parliament to^ 7 j 6 e 

of the Queen to, 16 a 9/ 

POETUaAL:— 

King of. 6/6 6' 

Annual Grant to the Crowh Prince on his 

Marriage, 2 a 5 d 

— Financial Position of , 6 a 5 dl 
Loan, 2 o 5 6 

— - Prince George of Wales in Lisbon, 2ii m 5 r 

Rioting in Lisbon. 7^66 

Royal Marriage, 13 ?/i 5 e — 19 m 7 c — 20 m 

5 d— 2 1 M o c — 24 m 5 r— 25 m 5 a 

Festivities oh the Occasion, 26 m 5 c — 27 



m 5 <T-28 m 5 6-29 m 9 6-81 »i 5 c 
— And the Vatican, 29 m lAJ—^ij 5 « 



Portugal {continued). 

and Zanzibar, 16 n 10 r— 19 rt 6/ 

Positive! Government Society Life Assurance 

Company, 1 3 //i 11 6 
Pon Office, Indian; 20 a 4 / 

Notes on. 2 a 13'//— 23 o 5 /" 

Office Saving* Banks. Note on, 17 ; 12 6 

Piircel Post, Notes on. 29 a 6 A— 27 mile 

-23 ; 13 d 

to Victoria, 10 a 7 //— 6 mod 



Postal Differential Kntes, 5 a 8 c — 5 m 6 / 

Union Arrangements for 1886, 24 a 5 « , 

Powell (F. S.) on Partiamentary Procedure, 1 1 

w4/\ 
Powerscburt (Lord) on the Irish Q^iestion, 15/8 r 
Pratt (H.) on the International Arbitration and' 

Peace Association. 20 w 6 «— 29 m 8 </ 
Preachers for To-morrow. 4 a 13e — 10a 12 c — 

17 a 12 d -22 a 7 <?— 24 n 10 /—I m 11 e-8 «' 

9/— 16»ii 7/*— 22 m 13 a— 29 /« 14 a— 12 w % f 

— 19> 12 /•—?«) II / 
Preece (W. HJ Lt'Cture on Ijowg Distance 

Telephony. \7 m A d 
Pi^esis Associntirui.. 13 m II d 
PRESS PKOSEOITTIONS : - 

the Dniiv Chronile. \7 a o e 

ilie Knyitteer. for Libt>t. 21 m 9 / 

the Glo'e, for Libel. 23 ; 15 6 

the Niwcastle Unify Chruni /«, for Libe\' 20 

m 10 a 

the Pall ^tnU Gazttte, for Libel, 14 a 6 /•— 

\r, a 3</— l«a3 6 . 

the Panama Star and Ihruld, Suppressed, 4' 

»i 4 / 

the Reynolds^a Newspaper, for Libe',' 1 7 wi' 

12 b 

the Standard, for Libol, 10 a 3 c , 

the Sottth London Pi Ms, for Libel, 26 m 10 / 

TH" Timeff, for Liliel,' HO / 19/ 

the Truth, for Libel. 2« H9Y 

the Wtniern 1) lily Mervury, for Libel, 23 ;'' 

15 6 

Primrose Day. 20 a 7 <? 

League Convers.izione of the Parliament 

IlillHabitatioh, 10 //i 7 d 

Annual (ienerHl Meeting in Her Majesty's* 

Theatre. 20 « 8 a . 

ati<l the Gem'rnl KU»ctioh. 14*/ 7 f 



Primroses, Kote^ of the Extinction of, 21 a A J 

—28 a 7 r 
Prince of Wales Sliite Company, 80 / 15 c 
— - Princess Helena College, ^ a 10 / 
Printers'* Pension Corporation, 59th' Ann! vorsary 

Festival, 27 m 6/ 
Privv Coimc'il Cafies, ««e Civ'il Actioks 
'N^w Members. 7 a 12<i — IGa lOr— 21 a 12 

/7-22 / 9 /— 29 / 9 rf— 3(» /16 a 
Profane Word?*, Note on U )ing: 7 a^ f 
Property Defence A ssoci:itl«m, 23 a 10 a? . ^ 

Prosecutions for Relisiou!* Opinions Bill, 3fr 10 cf 
Prtivincijil Stock" Exchanges, ««« each day's paper 

Life Insui-ance Company, 15 m 12 / 

Public Income and Expenditute, 21 a 11 e~28 a; 

1 1 f— 5 M 13 /»— 12 m 1 1 6—19 w 6 a— 26 ni W 
0—2 i W f -9'/ 1 V €—16 j 1 1 c -23> 18 c 

Recor.is; 8 ; yO c .^ , . . . 

Publichouses iii Shaftesbury AVenufl, Koie on, (»' 



ftti' 



tlii 



TAt.MKnii lKi)lKX TO "* THE TIlACS '* NI£Wi3PA?PKR. 



[April I ttj 



I^utney Bridiprfe. Opening of tlie New, by the 
Prince of Wales, 27 m IM a-2» m 12 «— 31 w 
8a 

q: 

Queen Anne*8 Bourtty. Pflrlianientary Paper on, 

V\ mVS f 
' Charkitte's t.yinp-In IIofipitAl, New Wing. 

Opening of. by t^ie Princo of Wales, 26 m »/ 

— 2tt7 13 c 

Insurance rompany. 7 «» 11 ^ 

i^^ueenslind iin(T N(^w (^initifa. o n ^h 

l)t*le^Htt*}» at VVillUV H«n)m«. 15 a 9 /* 

— — Sir 1 ht>P., Mcll-wraiih' UetireP, 7 ; 6'r 

Movoments of the Governor of, 21 <t f% d 

Kevenue Kfturns. (» a 5 // 

Separation of Northern, Nof a on, 23 ;9 e 

—2.1 / lo rf 

St-pHra'ioniatft in. 21 m " rf 

-->— Investment and Land AhVtgage Company, 

29; VI d 
Qtiiill (A. W.^ on Mr. Gladstone V Home Rule 

Scli^nie. 26 CI 4 e 

Ri 
Baddi (M.^ Notice about his Tour ih- CentrtU 

Asia, 7 m 4 ^ 
Badk-y College. 10; 7/ , 
Uailway Accidents, see AceiDENTS— Railway 

Amnlgtfinated Society of- Kailw^iy Servuuts, 

AHinual Heport, 30 ; 13/ 

—" — Attempt to Wreck- a Tiain' at* Wifiaiow 

Station, 3 / 7 r-7 ; <l / 
-^ — New Beekenham Level Crossing,, Notes on, 

5; 6/— II 7 4 / 
— -^ Benevolent Institution, Ann ivcr-tary Dinner, 

1 3 m 9 e 

- Bl<»ck- System Wfihial Report on. 24 a 6/ 
►^ — ( liile and FresliwHter Kailway Bill, -Note 

on. I » <W' 
«-_ Cunimi«si(Hi 26 w 4 t 
—' — Contiiiiiousi Brakes. 10 m 12 a 
—— Cuuplin>j8 ('oinpetition, 9 ff \6 a 

Kas'er Arrangements. 20 a li, a — 21 fi 6 c 

-« — Kxtension— Opening of rit, Paul's ^tation,' 

10 wj i« / 

Freshwater Kiiilwuj- Bill* 24M 7 r 

Inner Circle l)i-«ptue. 21 a G /* 

Lorenzo .Vlarqu-s- and- Transvaal- Railway, 



Note on. 3 > / 2o / 
— from Lucerne to 
Pilatus, 1 7 •« 5 / 



and the Public. Notes on. 15 a 7 / — 19*ii 9'e 

— — and Canal Tradic Bill. Meeting nboat, I a 

10 Q— 2 a 10 a— 3 a 10 6-6 a 10 a— 7 a 6 a — 

15 a 5 / — 16 a I'J /*— 23 a 4'/'— 7 m 10 «/— 17 m 

9«-22 /« 8 /— 27 m 12 r 
— ^ Correspondence betwieen Mr. Gladstone 

»nd Menib^'rs of Parliament, 20 a lOy 
- Notea-on, 2 a 10 t— 5 m 6 e— 7 ^ liy 
— — Rntes: Reduction on tbe Midland; 12 a 9y 
^^^— Regulation of Railways Acts, 18 nt 12 

Bill. Meetings about. VI a8e-4»rU f 



■ " n » Deputations on, 1 7 a- 1 1 / 
" -"^ Note on. 1 4 a 6 a 



— Sdanklin, Chaleand Fieshwater,- Proposed' 
Railwa3% Note on. 10 f 6./ 
• — SoQ-th* BiMtem Railway Level Cx^iasings, 
Note x>Q,> 27 nk'b f 

m- 



Rail'way. Suiram Tunnel, 28 / 1 1 e 

Underground, Note on, 29 a H d 

lliiited StAtfg Gauge. 28 a 7/ 

Wlhtsutiiide Traffic Arrangements, 10 ; 11 

r — n ; 10 r/ 
RAILWAYS :— 

Su'Tomhry of the Results of thfe Working 

of the 15 Leading Railways. 27a 9 d 

Alagoas. 7 a 1 1 /•— 1 6 a 1 1 c 

Alabama (vreat Southern 25 m 12 a 

•' — N'eHTOrl^atis Tejms and Pacific J unctioo; 

26 M 1 1 r 
A'niericltn, 23 « 3'«-15'; 8' r— 16 / 7 6—28' 

Bahili and San Fraric'sco. 5 a 10 / 

Bay of Havana. 10<f 13 6 

Belgian State. 10 a 7 r 

Bengal Central. 14 1 1 1 r-24 ; 11 t 

and North' Western. 24 / 11 c 



Bolan Pass, 20 m 5 c 

Bombay,- Bamda* and Central India, 17/ TV 

c— 26; 13 e 

Bosnian, 30 a 5 rf' 

Brazilian Imperial Central Bahia, X^ a \\ < 

Stroet. I a I0« 

Buenos Avres Great Southern, 8 a 12 6—? 

a 11 c-l«a il#— 21 a 11 rf 

Northern. 24 m 11 6-27 w 11 6 

ami Pacific. 29 V lie 

-*^- — ^ and Rosa rio. I m I8'rf— ■^m 11 c 

Cairo and Vincennes, 5 ; 9 « 

Canadian, 13 a 11 6— 16; 7 6—24-/ 5r— 3W' 



7 9 a 



Pacific. 25 m 12 a 



Carrizal and'CerroBLmco. 9 o H c 

— Gent raP Uruguay. 9 a I . t 
Arg.ntine. \>) Vic -i>3 / 13 c 



the Summit of Mount — 



-— Cindnnati, Washington and Baltiinore, 3' 
9 II c 

C«>qllimho. 9 a W c 

(?orfe Mullen to Poole Junction, Opening- 

of, 27 a 8 6 

Costa Rica., 19 ; 14 6 

l>einerara. 16 a 11 c 

l)(-n'vt?rand Rio Grande 14'; 11 /♦ 

Railway Reorganisation Committee, 1 m' 

II r 

Durban to Ladysmith. 24^' 5 c 

Kast Indian, 11/11 /'— «9^i \^c 

Karingdon. 14*; II c 

Furn^ss, 21 a 1 1 c/ 

Grand Trunk of Canada, 21 a 1 1 <i- I w 18 r 

Great Northern, 8 m 15 c 

*- Indian IVninsila. 11/11 /— 21 j II / 

— Soufhern of Spain, 17- a 13 6 

— Wi^sti*ro. 3 ' 1 1 r 

— of Brnzil. 3/ 11 c-H / II c 
Uighfaind; 20 u \\ c 
Imperial Brnzilian, Natal and Nova Crur,' 



24 a 1 1 6 

Indian Midland 10; 11 r— 21 / U / 

Itle of Wight (Newport Jnnctifln), I a 10 r 

La Guaira ami Caracas, lO m' IL U— 20 m' 

II v 

Lake Shore. 22 a 5 ft 

Latimer Road and Acfon, 15 a* 11 6' 

- LiHia, 19; Uc— 23/ 13 r 



d^nAe I'O, 1886.J tJih^tK'B iHDitx fo '* the tAiAs " nbwspapbr. 



Blio* 



StihrayB (continu^ff), 

Liverpool &k>uihp(}rt and Preston Jiincition, 

26 a 10 f» 

London and North* Western; 16 a 11 c 

— Long I>land, 19 a II e 
- — Madniti. II ; M /— 1 7 / M e 

Mersina. Tarsuf and Adana, 81 wll fr 

-i — Metropolitan 20 '» II e 

for I'aria. 6 a 5 < 

Mexican. 18 w 11 r/— 27 w 11 rf 

New York,- Ontario and Western RailVoad, 

Ida II b 

rennsylrania and Ohio, 7 o 11 c— 12 m 



\0e 



UnderuTOwid, 4 > 8 d 



Nortli' Westehi a^id li/rujfuhy,- 15 / l^tr 



- — Ohio and MlsMSMippii 14 ; 1 1 

Oudeand Kohilkund, 10/11 c— 17 / 11 c 

^ — Paris M<'tn>{)oIitiin. 29 ; 5 a 

I'hilHdelphia and Heading, 12 a 5 /*— 22 a 5 

e— 30 a 5 «-5 7 \Ad 

Pri»iected 8ib(5riHn, 16 a 6 r 

-i — Recife ami Sao Franeistso PernambUco,' I a 
10«>-lori \\ c 

Kijhilkundand Rumaon, 27 m i\ d' 

- Royal Stirdinian. 1 a 10 e 

San Paulo (limrilian). 5 a 10 / 

-^^ — St John and' Maivie. IS'm 1 1 « 

- Secandembad and WHrangol, Opting df, 
by the Nizam of Hydei^ibad, t> a 6 d — 12 a o d 

•^ — Smyrna and Casitaba, 22 a' 1 1 <f- I m 13 c 

South Eastern, 4 ; 1 1 r 

Indian. 14/11 c— 24-/ 1 1 c 

Sddth^ni Mahratta. 28 j IS t 

•^ — Submarine Continental; 8'w 16'c — 29 m 16 

f^Si II 0-26/ ]'6e 
" — Taraiis, Opening of^Hm 5 d 

Tongoy, 9 a 1 1 r 

— ^ Transcaspian, 2 a 6 c — 25 »i 5 «— 28 mi b 
-= — Union Pacific. 19 / 7 d 

I^Tiitpd SUtes: 8 m 14 ci 

Waterford and Central'IreUnd, 20 w 11 c 

Wellington, Gt^y and Bruce, 29 ; 12 </ 

^ — West Lancastnte, 26 a lO'b 

Fbinders. 26 « 10 A 

of India Portuguese, 18 / 12 r 



Itainstorms i.) Yorkshire. Accidents from, 17 ml f 

Ramsdeii (A.) on the Loss of the Olegon, 24 a 7/ 

Ranelsgh (Lord) Notes on the late, 24 a 8 6—29 
a4/ 

Sauke (Leopold Von.y Illness of, 18 la 6 6—21 Ot 
56 

— DeatH'of,-26 m 5 e 

»^— Emperor of Germany Sends an Autograph- 
Letter of Sympathy to his Son, 25 w 5 c 

Bating of the Metropolis, b a ^U 

Recess. 21 a 9 /--22 u 9 e 

Rc>d'Sea'(^oast,-5f 14^r/ 

Redesdale (Earl of)^Health of. 15 a 9 /*— 16 a 10 
tr-^n a 11 /—19 a 9's— 20 </ 5 « >21 a 9 d— 22 
a 7 «— 28 a 4 d—24 a 9 /-26 a 7 rf— 27 a 5/ 
-28 a 7 r— 29 a"9/— 8t) a 9 /— 1 ?« 1 1 « 

deed (E. J.) on the Launclrof the Cutheiine 11,^ 
at Nicdaieff. o j b d 

RAancft Mutual Life Assurance Society, 29 a 1 1 6 

Religious Tract Society, 87th Annual Meeting, 
10 «'9^d' 



Repton ^hool. Opening of the *' Pears Memorial 

.•*cliO»l. * IH 7 <i d 
Remains Discovered tfl Chester GaifWorks, 12/ 

Rent Abatements. 12 a 9 /*— 14 a 11 r— 20 a7 e 
—21 m 8 r— 7; 6 6— 10; 9s-lO/ 10 d— 15/8 
/— 2;i / 13 d 

Curious (Maim for, 10 ; 10 r 

r — Exemption from distress for, 4 / lOy 
Revenue, I u 1 1 a 
-— ari«l Taxation; 17 <r 10 e 
REVIEWS : — 

Alison. Slip W.. Law and Cul^tom of the 

Constitution, 2^ j G e 

Ansley. F., a Fallen Idol. 10 / 10 d 

Book of Reference, 16 ci 9 / — 17 a 12(/— 80' 

;><>'«. . . 

Calendar of the Unirersity of Loiidon, 7 m 4*« 

— CommerciHl Publications, 29 > 12 6 

Ouise of 11. M.. Ship Bacchante. 81 m 10 d 

Demos, a Story of English Socialism; 3a 5 it 

Frank's Itinche, 28 a 5 s 

Gneist, Professor U., History of thfe English* 

Constitution. 22 m 5 /' 

— r- GofdOii. Gen. C. G., Events in his Life, by 
his Brother. Sir H. W. GoMon. 14 o 15 e/ 

Goschen, Rt. Uod. G. J., Political Speecher 

of, 2 a 4 6 

Grant, Gen. Memoirs of, 19 m 6 a 

Handy Atlas and Poll Book, 29 i 9 e 

Harrison/ F., the Choice of Books, 14 a 4 « 

Hazeirs Annual (^yclopaadia, 5 j 5 « 

Her Ma|^8ty*s Colonies, 5 m 15 6 

Imperial Gnzettet*r of India, 23 / 5 6 

Index to The Times Newspaper, 27 a 7 d^ 

19 w4/— 4; 8d 

Insurance Blue Book. 10/11 6 

Letters from Dohegal in 1886, 2 / 6 s 

Note on; 26 / 7' / 

Lilly, W. S., Cliapters in European History, 

29 a 3c 

Ohphant, Laurence, Mas&Uam, a ProbUm' 

of the Perioil, 23 / 5 a 

Orient Guide, 3 a 4 / 

Pulmer's Index to The T'l'/af 5 Newspaper, 27 

o 7d-19»a4/-4; tid 
Payn, Janies, the Heir of the Age, 16 > 5 d' 

KeCiMit Novels, 30 a 3 c— 1 / 15 d— 5 j 7 a 

Review of British' Sports and Pastimes for 



168.>,-28 a 3'c 

Rockstro, W. S., a General History of 

Music 30 n 4y 

Salk. G. a:, Under th6 Sun, 8 m 7 e 

Scottish Directory. 9 a 1 c 

Sorrows of a Zanzibar Princess; 1/167 

- Statement Submitted to th^ Prime Minister 
by the Irish Loyaland Patriotic Union, Part 2 
9a4c 

Wiflis: Rd<)t.. ArcTutectural History of 

Cambridge University, 15 ; 6 a 

Worth, R. N., Historv of Devonsliire, 8 m' 

7 d 

see also Books 

Revising Barristers (Ireland) Bill, \7 j 7 f 
Kewariis for Saving Life, 20 m 5 /— 22 m 10 c 
Rhododenrons'in the Parks, 7/10/ 
Rhone and Lake Leman, 30 a 3 « 

83' 



Bic 



PALMKK's index to '' THE TIMES " NEWSPAPKR. 



[April 1 t& 



RichanN (4. C) on Political Uowdvisni. 2i) / lie. 
- — (W.)oii the Karmers' (xrievaivx'. 'ii) m <i h 
Kichmund Coiisoliduted Mining Ctitnpany, 22 a 
11 e 

Hill, Proposed I*uri'hu8e of. 4 ; 5 d 

Hickman (J. P.) on HoniQ Ihile— Excellent 

Advice. 2\ a (y a 
Rio Tinto Company, 21 cr 11 a— 3 m 1 1 6—13 m 

11 V 

Riot, Compensation for Losses by, Bill- 17 wi 4 / 
liipon (Lord) on thu Navy, 15 a 10 6 

on Kducatiun, 17 ; 9 / 

at Manchester, li> a 9 c— 1 tn 9 e 

Aiver Plate Trust, Loan and Agency Company, 

29? 12 6 
Thames Steamboat Company, Meeting, 12 

a n /--22 a \\ d 
Robbery of Jewelry at Binningh^im, Safin 
Jti>bert8 (E. H.) on Political* intellij^ence. 5 /« 6 / 
Robinson (F. E.) Note on the Cicditabte Career 

and Untimely End of, lo ; 7 e 
( Sir 11.) Movements of, 27 a 10 A— 28 a 6c 

—5 ; 13 / 

(.1. C.) on Light and Water Colours, 20 a 5 

«— 1 m 13/— 14 ; 7 / 

- (H. S.) on the Bursting of the 43-ton Gun, 
1/4 (/ 

on Naval Reponsibility, 27 m 10 a 

-: Crusoe's IsUnd. 14 a 5 a 

Robson (J.) on the Extinction of Primroses, 21 

Kock Life Assurance Company, 28 m S b 

Rogation Days, 22 w 15 e 

Rogers (Wm.) on a Creditable Career and an 

Untimely End. 10 ; 7 c 
Roman Catholic Intolerance in New Ross, 27 m 

7e 

Coins Discovered at Milverton, 28 ?« 3 r 

Romanism. Secession from, of M. lionler, in 

Home, 25 w o e 
Rosebery (ICarl of) and his Appointment as 

Eorei^'n Secretary, 15 a 7 a 

at HHlmmal Castle, 11 id/ 

at Glasgow, 1 8 ; 11 a 

Movements of. 21 t 9 e 

Ross {i\ V.) un j:n Kxi^ellent Example, 20 w 8 6 
Kossa 11 School. Scholarships, 19 a 12 /> 
Ro8i*€*tti (I). G.) Monument to. Ifi a b d 
Ros>iter (Elizabeth; on Country Life for Poor 

Children. 1 w 8 e 
ROUMANIA :— 

C'ommercial Treatie.«, 10 ; 5 d 

Legislative Proceedings, 24 m 6 c 

Mittcelhtneouft News, 22 / of 

and Russia, '6 m 5 / 

Tariff, 15 c \0 e 

- — Storm in, 1 1 7 10 ^ 

Ronmelia. Eastern— (Commission to Revise the 

Organic Statue. \2 m 5 a 

Misct'llaneous News, 5 w 8/— 13 m 5 a 

Royal Academy, 118th Exhibition, 1 m 10 a — 22 

»/i 8 a — I b ' 4 a 

-; Banquet, 3 m 7 c 

-^ Catalogue. 10 » 9/ 

■ Notes on the Hire of Catalogues,- 8 m 7/ 

— 11 m 16/ 
-=--^^ — Reception at, 25 > 14 a 
84- 



Uoyal Academy of Mu9ic, Scholarships, 14 a 12 

/— H) n 10^-29 ;■ 1 c 
A^ricuhural Society. Meeting, 8 a lOf- — 7 

M 12 />— 15 m 9 /'— 3 i II f 
Annual Meetinif. 24 m fi d 

I how at Norwich' 10 ;"9 f 

Al'i>ert Orphan Asylum, Annual Meeting, 

2 a 4 u 

Aquarium. WevHtminster. Dachshund &iid 

Bas^eihound Show at, 21 m 4 a 

Bull Do.' Show at, 27 w 7 e 

■^—' Kvn tel Dog Show at, 29 / 6 /— 30 7 16 « 

Pug- Dog Show at. 4 / 13 r 

Asiatic Society, (>3rd Anniversary Meeting, 

19//I4/ 

Asyociation in Aid of the Deaf and Duacil>« 

An..UHl Meeting, -27 m 10 r 

Asylum of St. A'nne's Schoob, A'nnnal- 



Distribution of Prizes. 29 ; 6 e 
— Botanic Society of London, Flower Show 
at, 15 a n A— 20 i« fi e 

Meeting. 5« <>e/— 11 »i Ga— 14; i0e-2d 



7 1 « 



New lelloWs, 24 m 9 
Pa])ers Itentl Iwforo, 24 m 9 « 
Sliow. KoyHl Visit to, 10 ; 7./ 



— Cflledonian Asylum, 7l8t. Anniversary 
Festival, 24 m 4 b 

Annual Fancy Ball,' 23 /lie 

Cambi'ldge Asylum, 35th Annual Court, 25' 



m \0d 

— College of Music, 7 m 10 a— 17 m 12 d- 25' 
; 12/> 

Performance at the Savoy Theatre, 25 j 



12 6 



— Colonial Institute, Papers Read before. 13' 
m4/— 16;6e 

: Meetihg' of the CoUnciU 19 ; 8 /* 

Note on. 9 ; 4' </ 



— Counties Agricultural Shbw, 28 j 13 a 

— Electric Lighting. 22 7 4 (i 

— Exchaiv^* Assurance Corporation, 25 ; 9 /* 

— Genc'rar Theatrical Futid, 4Ut Public 
Dinner, 3 ; 6 /* 

— Geogriiphical Society, Papers Bead before,* 
13 fl 10 ry— 12 m 5/ 

Anniversary Meeting. 25 m 11 </ 



— llolloway College. 21 7 8/^—23 ; 9 d 

— Horticultural Society's Shows. 14 a 12 4 — 
28 tf 6 /— 12 m 6 y— 27 ra 9 /— 10 j 4 a— 23y 

AKinual Provincial Show, 19 ; 6 / 

Hospital for Incurables, Annual Dinner, 10 



m 9 e 

Household Appointments, 14 a 13 a~30 1 

16 a 

Hunlatie Society, Rewards, 25 m 4 rf-28 / 

104 
rnstitute of Briti.-h Architects, Award of 

the Gold Medal, 23 .) 5 / 

Annual Report, 28 a 5 s 

New ("barter, 15 t. 11 rf 

Papers Head before, li> »i 6 o 

Itistitutioti, Meetings, 6 a 6/— 4 m 9«— 8 

; 11 a 

Papers Read before and Lectures, I2j 7 / 



Literary Fund. Anniversary Dinner, 23 o fl' 

d— 4 w* 9e— 7 wi 13 a 



j3uDa ae, 1886.] 



.V 



PALUICRS INDRX TO >' TUl': IIM18 ' NIAVSPAPKK. 



Sai^ 



fioyaX Liver Friendly Soclet}*, 24 w 7 « 

Mail Steam Packet Company, 15 a 11 b — 

29 I, 1 1 t — vl# a \\ r 
Masonic Institution for Girls, Quarterly 

Court. 1 2 a H e 
I)8th Annnal Fc^tivnl. 20 /w 6 e 



I 



for l5oy8. QuJirttrly Coiirr. 14" 13 / 



the 



: Maternity ( harity, Donation from 

Queen, 2?* m 9 / 

Mnuni]y. Distrihutjon of, 23 a 7 / 

Metlical Benevolent ('©Uoge, i3 m 5 / 

Metetin^ogicni ScK'icty. \fot»tin>( 21 m 4 a 

National Kisieildfotl of Wales, the Queen 

becomes l'Htronei«8. 3»» « 7 r 

Life-Bo;it Institiiti,)n. 8 m 9 c — 4 / 10 a 

ti2nd Annual Heport. IH w 4 c 



Observatory, Greenwich, Annual Visit to^ 

7 ; 6 « 

Patriotic Fund 26 / 13 /* 

Sehix)! of Art. South Kensington, Annual 

Sale of Art N^'edlework, 3 ; (\ c 
I of Mines. Mil^ Annugl Dinner, 17 m 13 a 

Society. (!andidates for Klection. 16 a 10 d 

• C<invers;izi«»ne, 13 m « — 10 j 7 e 

; New i'ellows, 5 / 13 / 

for the Treventionof Cruelty to Anin^sils, 



Annual Meetinj;. 30 ; 4 ft 
Theatiical Fund. AimiiaJ Meeting, 20 m 6 f 

Ut ited t^ervice Institution, Papers Kead 

before, n a 10 «-rt w (w— 31 m 6 o — I ; 4 6— 
5, i4,._i0/ yje_i7/3 /' 

Victoria Hall, Meeting 2*^ ;' 5 « 

li^gby School, ii^xnmiitations, 12; 11 d 
Speech Day. 2i> / 4 ^ 

Ru^keii (John) LiL'hr and Water Colour, 14 a 15 / 
ku!.«ell (Sir Chas.) on the Fire in Well Sireet, 
Hackney. 18 /n i2 ^ 

^ Address to his Klectors. 19 / 12 « 

'• (K. K.) (»n the Sittings of Monday, 26 71 lOe 

BUSSIA:- 

'— — and Bnlgaria. 2 a 13 rf— 27 one 

Addre»s of the Mayor of Moscow to the 

Czar. 3 \ M n ti- h } 9 u 

Arrests, 16 u ;*> r 

Baltic Fleet at Cronstadi, 2i n n r 

in C'entral A^ia, 13 <i 10 d — 14 n lo e— 16 

a o ft — 1 7 rt 7 ' — r» m 7 r — 3 1 w/ 6 /* 

and China, 17 /// 7 /'-3I tu 6 h—9 J 6 a 

and Corea, 2 o T} d 

Court News 6 a o »/— 26 m 10 y— 27 w 5 a 

— 29/« 14 / 

■; Czftr, Mf»venient-« of 7 a 10 /— 25 m 13 o 

and (^zarina at Nicolaieff, 25 7n 13 a 

. at ^ehastopol, 2i m 6 « - 10 / 8 a 

and the Seimstopol Manif»*8to. 22 m 9 o 

Visits the Black Sea I'orU, 1 ; 16 b 

- Finances 29 /« 14 /— 10 / 5 e 

^— Fleet at Sula bay, \% ) 7 h -17 ; 10 d 

Fortifications in. 2'.* ; p c 

Launch of the First Large Ru slan Ironclad 

at Sebastopol. 20 m 5 6 

Military Manoeuvres, 21 w 9 f 

Miscellaneous News, 2 a 5 d — 5 n 6 a — 10 a 

7 c— 22 a «— 24 a 5 d— t w 5 r — 10 w 6 /> — 

16 m 7 c— 17 m 7 6—18 m 6 t— 25 m 5 d— 2 ; 

54 
Nihilists in, 2 a 5 (/— 12 a 5 «— 24 a 5 <r 



Bnasia (tonimued). 

Niw To.pi'do Boats for. -4 a 9 /* 

War Ships for. '-'» w 5 A — la / 5 'I 



- Peasants lijtM n by Wolvf.«, 13 a 5 6 

Pel j ivh Plasjut*. i(» n n 

jnnd IVrsia and Turkey, 3/66 

Pjilicy of I lie Kinperor. 'Jti m 5 c 

Beview of the Troops Forming theGarrisoi^ 

of Stbastopol. 19 «j 7 r 

- and Servia, 1 4 ; 6 /" 

Sbipi'inff. 14 // 12 r 

and Tuikcy, 13 a 5 A 

and Bulgaria 26 / 9 «— 28 7 6 c— 30; 9 a 

Russian Kmbas«y. 24 m 9 / — 5 i VdJ 

Mineial S|.ring><. 21 7 5 / 

Na.vv, VI a 6 h 

- — Poland, New Census of all Foreigners, ISm 
6 c 

Soldiers at Pnl-i-Khlsti. 31 m 11/ 

Squadron in thi' Mediterranean, 3 a 1 1 e 

Turkestan 7 « 5 « 

Fus .- Iiinese Frontier. 15 / 3/ 

Ruston (Jos.) on the Meeting at the Foreigti 

Officf. 29 n* \'le 
Ryhinds v, Peter) at Burnley. 10 / .7/ 

S. 
Sacran. Discovery of Treisuro Trove at, 30 a 4/ 
Sacrid iiarm >nic Society. 17 a 10 r 
SadiiK'is' « «)inp<my. Baiiqti.-t. 7 w 4 e 
Sale of Beer to Chiidtvn liiU. 2 a 10 r 

and PurchfiJ'e of f/md », Ireland) Bill, see 

Irish Land Puhciiasb 
Salisluiry late Bp. of) Memorial to, 21 m 9/ 

D)oce«an. Appointment. 9 j 8 ^ 

(f^»«dyj Ueceptions. 24 m 9 /— 3 7 9 /* . 

(Vlarqiii* of) on the Oisis. at the Merchant 

Taylors' Banquet, II m 12a 

at th' General Annual Meeting of the 

Primrose League, at thu Her Ma jesty's Theatre, 
20 ,„ 8 a 

aiul Mr. Gladstone, 1)0 j 15 r 



at the Oroceru' ('ompaiiy, to Receive the 

Freidom of. 3 . n\ 7 d 
HI hntfi.dd. 14 / 8 n 

MovinieiitJi, of, 2 o 9/— 4 > lOa— 7/6« 

— 18; oo-i.> ;• 10 /• 

at the National Union of Conservative 



AssoeiatioMs. at Sr. .James's Ilall, 17 m 6 a 

at St. Jai»>es'8 Hall. 30 /14 a 

Visit 10 Leeds, 14/ IO*»-19/12a 



Salis-Schwabe (< ol.) on his Vote. 19 ; 8 /" 
Salvation Army at Camerhury, 27 m 5 f 

Farew. 11 Gieeting of the International 

Congress 4 / lOr 

at Kxeter Hall, 31 m 6 a 

Note on, 6 ; 8 Q 

()p])o-ition to. at Sheffield. lO/iiBc — 1 1 w 7r 

Samoa and Germany nnd America, I > 13 a — 16 

i7h 

Miscellaneous News, 24 » 5 « 

Samuel cSir S.) Freedom of the Skinners' Com- 
pany Conferred on. 25 / 10/ 

San Francisco, lU-Treatmeiit of the Chinese 
Minister at, 9 o 6 a 

Sandars (J. S.) on Conservatives and Liberal 
Unionisu, 21 ; 8 (f 

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Saumleriton ( Major) on Home Hiile. S a G a 
Savinj^s Bunk of New South VVitles. 6 m 12 e 
Uanl^). lleturns, 1 m 13 e— 27 m 12 r— 24 

j 11 ^ 
fiawjer (F. E.) on Anli-Viyisectipn P^ersecvtors, 

10; 7 ri 
Say vM- r^eon) Notice about. 211 / 7 /* 
St. Andrew's Graduatos A8Mociation, ^-nnuaj 

Dinner. \t i *y f 
Leytonstone, Laying t^ie Fuundatioo Stone 

of. ly Ml / 

Wt^ls Street, 30 /I r 6 

University, Scojaral^ips. M nl f 

l)e;rree« Conft-rred 'J3 n »/ 

Bt. Apaph. Resignation of the Dean. 14 m 6 6— 

23 ) V> ^ 
St'. Bartholomew t^ll» Great. Restoration of. 5 m fl;e 
St. George*!* C'lub. Dinner to the ('vtM»ua3ioner8 

of the Colonial and Indian Exhibition at, 1 7 ; 

li)c 

- jjind Dr. O. W. Holmes. 24 m fi c 

St.Jaqiefr's Diocejsau Honje. FuUihui. Appeal for^ 
19ri9d 

St. John Ambulance Asswiation, 3 m 11 6 

Biizaar in Aid of. 'M) / 18 d 

of Jerusalem. Order < f . 19 a 12 />— 25 i 21 « 

Si. Katberine ('ret*. Leudenhall Street, ]:• lower 
Service at. H> j 10 <» 

St. Kilda. AUegod De.nitution in 8 a 11/ 

St. Luke*«. <'iMlsoa Annual ("onfirmHtion. Wait- 
ing for the Bishop vho diil Not come, 28 ; 9 /' 

St. Mary's Catholic Home ftir Fallen W<jmen, 
Appeal for Aid. 30 « 10 / 

. C hnrch Tottenham. Liying the Foundatipn 

Ston* by tlie Duchcs-' of Albany. 10 //* li>d 

Hospital. Festival Dinner, b a\) d 

Institute for Working Lads, lloxtpn. Open- 
ing of. 10</ 12 fi 

8t. Michael and St. George. Qrders Cgnferred, 29 
m 9 ti 

St. Paul's Cathedral. Preachers. 22 a 1 1 <•— 28 a 
1 c-\ } 10 It 

—J Accession Day Service, tl>e Corporation 

and (^)l'Miial and Indian Visitors at. 17 j 7 c 

Dean of, Notice ahout. 10/10/ 

Judges at. 19 ; 7 /— 23 / .'> <| 



ChurchyarcJ, linprqvenjents, 8 m 6 d 

St. Peter'**. Kuion Square, 15 / 8 r 

St. Saviour'^, Enstbourne. Donation of a Pea) of 

Bells to. I w 1 1 ^ 
St. Thomas. Chancery Lane. 24 wile 
Schidrowiiz (S. ) on the Dualisii) of Austria an(^ 

Hungary, 14 « 15 r 
School Managers. Anno<il Meetin«f, R n J f 

Savinif:* Banks in France. 2i ft \'4 a 

School ma St era, Trail dnj^ ('oUege for 29 //8 a 
S(;later- Booth ^G.) Addjrest^ to Ifis Electora, 19 ;' 

12 e 
Scotch Association to Promote Self- Goveninient 

for Ireland, Inaugural Meeting. IS / II a 

Crofters. Outrages by 19 « 9 e 

Bill, Notea and Notices about, 30 a 8 c— 

80 a 13 r 

— Collecting Rates from, 28 a G r— 4 ; 8 d 

Meeting of, 24 ; 8 / 



— - Estates, Offered for Sale at Tokenhouse 
Yard. 16; 10 « 
' 86 



Scotch Dis-establishment Question. 5 a 8 A 

Liberal A<^o<!^atiops <^nd iiome Rule, 11m 

6'-— 14 m i'dd 

Memliers' Threat to t^e Lord Advocate^ 

Note on. 7 ; »» rf 

Opinion of Home Rule. 29 la 6 a 

Politics. .*^ote on. 30 ; 18 / 

Scotland and ih.* Irish Crisis, 29 a oe 

Appiiiitment of Hitrh < 'oi^mia^l ^ner of |h^ 

General Assembly of the Church of, b m ii d 

Di8-esiiablishment in. 18/7 e 

of tile Free Cl.iurch. 21 m h a-^27 m S € 

and i\w H<Mne Rule W\, 6 ; (5 c 

Opening pf the General Assembly of the 

E8tabii^hea Church, 21 m 5 d-2o m lOe— 27 

m a e —28 « 9 / 

the Situation in. 14 / R n 

Sco tish Amicable l^ile Aasyrance Sgciety, 1 m 

13 // — 7 nt W a 

Australian Investment ('Jompany, 24 jn II 6 

Carolina i'imberand Land Company, 15 m 

Kqnitable Life Assurance Society, 29 / 12 6 

Liberal 4"'8'>^i'^*i<>ni Annual .Meeting, 16 | 

76 

Metropolitan Life Adsursnce Company^ 

Report, 9 o 1 1 e 

Provident Institution, 48th Annual Meet- 

jio J, 1 a 1 U 

I'rovincial Assi^r.incc Cotnpany, 22 a II k 

— 2H all/; 

Union and National Insurance Company, 6 

m\\ h 

Widow's Fu id Life Assurance Society, 9 

ri 1 1 6 

SeanuMi's A'.!itatic)n, d a 9 f 

Secred Service .\h)ney of ll^e Government Whip, 

21 w; 8 fl 
Selborne (Lord) Denial «)f hiii Stating the Endow- 

uieni^ of the Chi^trh were State Property, T 

J « / 
oi> Mr. Gladstone's Proposals, 23 o 6 a — 9 

tn 10 e 
and Lord ^Iorthbrook in Hampshire, oo 

Home Ru)e ^ iff 10 n 
Self- Winding ui)«l Synchronizing Clock Company, 

1 J 10 / 
Si^neeal, Rising. 12 a 5 / — 2fi a 3 e— 30 a S t 

snayii:- 

App<>intnient.<(. 25 in 5 d 

AxjanJ of Mi-dals to \^' Ladies who Tended 

the Woundeil in the Wir. 22 / 5 b 

Celebration of il|e Annual National Festival 

Qf the Emancipatiim of the Kingdt^n), 19 a 5 a 

Expul.oion of a Gerniui ffoii), 24 u 5 a 

- Legislative Proeeecjinga, 27 « 5 6— 29m 14 A 

Miscellaneous Ne^s, 16 »h ."» r — 24 i« t> c^ 

27 w 5 6— Vi4 j6 4 

New Loan, 2t» /*/ 5 r 

l^ew^paper ('orrespqndenta Expelled from, 

2t» n :> a 

Service (— ) Movements of. \S m 5 f 
Severn (W.) on Liuht and Colour, S aS b 
SewRge of ijondon. Note on, 14 a 6 a 
Sewers. City t'omiiiission of, 21 n 6 «— 2 /He 
Shakespeare Memorial Associatioii, Annual Mee^ 
in^, 29 a 7 c 



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8hake«peHre'8 Birthptnce, Anniuil Meeting of 

Trustees, f> w 1 1 /» 
Shakespearean Memorinl Wintlow, t<i be riaced 

in St. jROjen's. CurtHin Koad. Shoredifch. I « 6 // 
Shaw (Ruhr. J.' on ihe London Omnibus ("arriage 

CompHny. \A a 14 /« 
fihaw-Lefevre ( Kt. Hon. G,; on the Nile and the 

Trafalgar. 24 /« 8 a 
^— ofi Side Armour in Ships of War. 23 ; 4 / 
^^hayler (J. H.) on Conservatives and Liberal 

Unionis's, 21 ; 8 c 
Sheffield (>l.)on the Post Office Savings Banks, 

17; 126 

Rattening at, 20 m 5 /— 21 m^c 

Shelley Society and "the Onci/* 8 w 14 « 
Sheriffs, Election of New, 13 « U </-25 ; 12 o— 

29 ; 6 e— 30 ; 4 e 

B anqu et, 20 m 6 d 

SHIP NEWS :— 

Abandonment of the Dix Frtrt*^ 2 al f 

«f the Filing Fuh, 8 a « / 

- Accident to the Ameria^ 31 m 6 « 
to the Alftingia, 24 f 5 e 



— the AUer. Trial of, 14 a 15 r 

— Armed Mercluint Steamers, Li^cture on, 5 
alQ e 

— Baltic. Freights to the. 26 / 9 « 

the Britannic^ Notice about. 2 n U) f 

— Case of the Oregon and some others, 20 « 10 o 

— Casualties at, Sea. 5 ; \\ r. 

— Colliflioii of tlie Arklow and a Vessel Un- 
known, 22 / u h 

of the Bendtivran and the M'igirian, 10 

a 12 r 

of the Cam'nn and the Unyd^, 8 m 14 / 

of a (^u.<«ioni8 Launcli and the Ferry 



Steamer TW'ury, off Grave!*en«l, 8 / 9 h 

of the Kthtlert with the Delihole, in the 



1'hames, 2 a 7 e 
of H.M. Ship Vnlorong with a Plymouth 

Trawbr. 20 m lO a— 2I m 10 n 
■ oi the KaiK'ir'-i Hind and the Merkara^ 8 

; 12 A 
of the AfieM Emile and the Cannvu, 17 j 

10/ 
Coiumf'inft. Donation from the Queen to Miss 

Mouat. o »i 7 d 

Dangi'rous Voyaife— the Sip>g*'n bj \\d 

'• DeptllH of tllf >H>;i," Note on, 8 /m i\ h 

Disasters. 1 « 5 ♦/ -;j n 12 ''—5 o <»« — 12 n 

9 /•_-2« a 7 c-28 o 5 / - 18 /// 5 e — '6 i \\ h 

'■ — Pasi Month. 3 /i 12 A -a a 6«-l ; 11 /— 

4 7l(»e 

Fire on Bo»)riI the Mess 'f/pries. 10 a 8 ^ 

on ihe M'irif Sp*ner. ii m \\ h 



Founding of the Priwe Alir^d. 10/8 c 

- of itm J'istreh, 19 / 12 / 

— of the Riven.' worth, low W J 
of the St. Ath ns, 21 o 6 A 



Gerrta, Notici» about, 29 a 9 / 

Oi'imnn Packet Service. 29 »i 9 / 

— Grent E'xtfrn. 2(» n 4 /) -3o a 9 /— 8 m 6 f 

Hok- Canton, Boarded by the Acheenese. 22 

>9/ 

— - Indus, Recovery of Specie from the Wreck 
. of the. 22a9 r 

*- — Launch of a Steamer at Govan, 23 a 10 cf 



Ship Nevs {continued), 

Lo66 of Life at ^eu. Board of Trade Returns, 



1 m 9 / 



Ni>te on. 10 m (i d 
\{oy\\\ (Viiindssion on. 



10a 7c-14« 



12/'— 19 'I 9 / -8 M J* e— 12 m 11 /'— lo m 12/ 
— 2(» m »2 .•- 31 /« Ii /-o ; 13/ 
of Ihe B'W/^if, 22 m 14 r 



— of the Mar^ Quetm of the Seta, 18 m 5 c 

of Ihe Oipgon. I <. 8 fr— 29 m 16 / 

of the R solute. 2\ al f 

Maritime Loti^os and Casualties, 2 a 12 c — 

12c/6<— 19ri ti /— 22 a 12 r— 80 a 12r— 8 m 
15 /— 14 w 13 /~2l IN 11 /-~28m 13 6— o> 14 
d — II i 18*:- 19 i 13/— 26; 12/ 

— — Missing Steamer — the Siberian, 2 j 5 a 
Steamers. 3/56 



— Narrow Kseape at Sea, 21 m 10 e^22 m 14 

/,— Vrt Ml 1 2 // 

— Nh vitiation of the Clyde. 11 m 5 « 

— a Perilou"* Voyage. lt» / 7 / 

— Kcscue at Sea of Two Men. 3<) ; II e 

— Howards for Saving Life at Sea, 5 a 9 d — 
14 ri 12 / - 17 a 13 /.— C w 6 /"— 21 m 8 f— 24 la 
4/-2i; w 9 ^—29 m la /— 29 j9d 

— - S'idiniftn, Notice ai>out. 4 ? 10 c 

— Stranding of the Auguate Herman Francke, 
22 o 6 /' 

of the Ne/hon, 10 / 9 e 

of the PaltiUi \7 inb / — 1 ; 1 1 / 

of the Presshouie, 4 /a 9 s 

of ihe R n^enno, 12 m 9 d — 18 m He 

of the Si. fj urtut 17 » 10 / 

of the Vol tta. 23 a 6 dl— 24 a 10 c 

— St Tetersburg to Vladivostock, 31 m 9 d 

— Sufferings in an Dpeii Boat at Sea, Xbj \d 

— Supposed Privateer, Police Court Case, 1 2m 
8/y-2H w 10 6 



Swift Ocean Steamers, Notes on, 28 a 6 <f 

—8 m 6 h 

Shipping Intelligence, see eoerg dag^e paper 

Sale of Steam. 1 1.; 9 ^ 

see also Wrecks 

Shipwrighu* ( ompany, Dinner, 4 / 13 c 

I^ectures. 7 ; 4 / 

Shooting Fra4r>is in the City, 7 m\Q d 

Shop Hours liill. II » 8 a- 6 a 9 /— 24 ml a 

(^ompulsory Closing League. 5 a 6 e 

Correspondence on, 16 a 10 « 

Notes on, 19 a 8 6—20 a 12 a— 21 aQa^ 

22 o 9 /— 8 m 5 e 

Select Committee on. 6»ji 9 /— 11 m 18/ 

Shrewsbury's (Lord) Cabs, 22 m 14 6 

Shrewsbury School, G w 1 2 6 

Shorthand, Tercentenary of. 22 / 4 / 

Siberia Russian (^oioni^tion in Eastern. 16 / 6 6 

Siam Order in (youiicil 12 m 9e 

Sion College, Meeting, 23 n 9 / 

Skinners* Company, Freedom of. Conferred on 

Sir S. Samuel. 25 / 10 / 
Skye. Collecting Bates in, 28 a 6 « 
Sladen (Col.) Movements «if. 7 »i 9 /* 
(E.B.) on Dacoity in Upper Barmah, 29 

J 10/ 
Slaughterhouse. Cruelty in. 12 / 7 « 
Slavery— Freed Women Slaves in Cairo, 14 m 

13 d 

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[April 1 t^ 



i^maW Pox Hospital Accommodation for London, 

i 1 «. y / 

in Switzerland. 12 7 10 c 
^rnith ;(ioHwin) on Irish Americans and Britii^h 

iClectioiiS 30y [2h 
' — iCapt Harri-oii) Notices and Movements 

of. 2 }d e 
(Murray) Farewell Banquet to, 8 a 6 c— 9 

all*' 

Banquet to, at Melbourne. 16/7 h 

(lU. lion. W. H.) on the Irish Problem, 1 

a 6b 

• Address to his Electors. 18/9/ 

at Highbury, 2 ; 10 r 



^^moke Abatement, 1 ; 6 / 

Sniugglin^ by Sailors of the Troopship (Croccdtfe), 

21 cf (>ri 

Capture of a Cutter at Hull. 18 to 11 r 

^ames. Kd wards and Jones, on Breckenridge 

Company 23 /? 9 ^ 
SocImI Science a KiiociHtion Dissolution of, 16 a 8c 
So<!iali8ts, the Trial of, Notices about, 6 a 12 < 
Disturbance at Straiford, 31 m 10 c 

SiKjiety of Antiquaries. H a 9 « 

Society of Arts, Lectures and Papers B<?>d before, 

2 u 13 <7-— 5 a 90 
Award of the Al»>ert Medal 7 / 6 / 

— of Frit*nds, StatisiicalStatiMnent, 10/9/ 
fur Prtimotmg the Kni|tloynient of Addi- 



Spain [continudii), 

Carlistsin. 8; 10 e-lO; 5 r— 16 ; 5 <f 

Central Military Circle enter their New 

Club House, 5 m 7 h 

Christening <»f the King. 24 m 6 b 

Piesents to the Officiating Prelates, 3( 

mbf 
(^ivic and Religious Ceremonies in honour 

of the Patriots Shot at Prado in 1808, 3 m 5 « 

Convention with. 25 i» 10 6 

— ^ Cortes, Meeting of. 6 m 7 «— U m 7 a — 28 

w 5 6-26; 7r— 29>6c 

Address of tho Queen. 1 1 m 7 a 



tionnl ('urates. Annual Meeting. 30 / 20/ 

- — for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies, 
Meeting, 24; 9/ 

for the Propagation of the Gospel, Annual 

Meeting. 10 ? I i / 

Utt the Protection of Ancient Buildings, 

AnnuMl Meeting, 9 / ! 1 h 

fiir the Suppression of the Opium Trade, 

Annual Meetii g, 27 m m / 

of Women and Children, Annual Meeting, 

■,i\ m 10/ 
Si»l;ir Hxloand Mook Suns, 2 a S a 
^S'ldiers* Dauglitern' Home, 19 } 13 4 

HOti Saihirs' Kamilies A8so<:intion, Annual 

Mt'Ciin«j. 1 1 m 12 r 

So'iciioiV Certificates, 2 a lie 

Benevolent A.HKO(Matioii. Meeting, 22 a 9 e \ 

Soiinblic'k Ob?iervatory. 12 / 10 « 

Sons «>f the Clergy, 23Jiid Anniversary Festival, . 

13 m 5 r ( 

Court of Assistants 24 m M e I 

Southern Italy, i 7 a M /-23 n 4 //--27 a 7 c— 5i 

IJ / — iO , y /-I5 , 4 r_2!> Hid 
S<>M h Africiin Loan. Mortg;ige and Mercantile 

A^enry ('on){iany. 2(» ut n d 

A u.Ht FM li m ( 'ompH ny. 2H w 1 5 « 

^onth Kensington Museum, Admissions, «e««i«i^ 

'Vuthdttifs pttper 

Kxi*ibitiOi) of Art Needlework at, 12a8 6 

Atuhnn ZoologicHl Collection nt I t6/ 

Report of the Science and Art Department, 

r» 7 6 ./ 

z Science and Art Department, 21 m 9 e 

Preseutaiioiis to, 17,; 19 / 
)i»oulh Sea Jitiands. the Germans in. 27 iw 6 rf 
Southampton, Royal Visit to, 1 9 5 ^ 
§PAIN:— 

'. Budget, 7 m 5 r— 14 ; 6 «— 21 ; 6 rf 

§0 



Court News, 20 a 5 c-30 / 9 c 

and Cuba, 21 ; 6 r-22 t 5 h 

Disturbance in Madrid. 12 ; 7 c 

Don Carlos protest against the Infant Kin|(, 

24 rw 6 6 

Elections, 6 a 6 6—6 o 5 d— 7 a 5 e — 19 tf 6/ 

Finance.'^, Am f* o 

King of, 21 w 9 «— 22 m 14 6 -24 m 9 « 

Meeting of the First Congress under the 

Regency. \2 j 7 d 

- Miscellaneous News, 6 « 5 il~8 a 5 6—14 a 
7 c-16 a I0c-26a 3/— 28 a 5 c— 80 a 6 e— 
10 m 6 6—12 m 5 6—15 si 7 c— 17 »j 5 / — 18 a 
5 o -2 / 6 6- 15 / 8 e-17 f 5 «-24 ; 6 / 

Murder of the Bp. of Madrid, see Murdkbs 

Notices about, 28 a 6 c— 27 a 8 6—1 « 7 

6_8 »w 9 r 

Trial of the Munlerer. 28 a 3 c 



Naval Power of. 31 w H h 

New Anglo Spanish Convention, 11 » 7rf 

— 15 /« 7 c— 20w 6 6—81 «n/-4 ;5 6— 5 f 9 

f_8; I0e~9 7 6rf-19 /76 

Cuban Loan, 27 m 5 d 

King. 19 w 7 6— 20«66 



— Outrage in. 26 « 3 / 

— Pope awards the »'Golden Rose" this year 
to the Qui*en Regent. 5 ; 9 c 

— Public Debt, 4 / 10 d-5 a 6 6 

— Railway Outrage in 12 a 5 /' 

— Trade with Knglsnd, 13 n 6 c 

T«rrible Hurricanes in. I4«56 — 15m7a 

— and the Vatican. 8 « 6 d-2ii a 3 /— 29 a 5 

cf-28t7> 

Winegrowers Conference. 10 ;5c— l6;oc 



Spalding (H.) on Mr. Sbaw-Lefevre on Homt 

Knie. 2« a 6 / 
Spanish Fvegation. 29 m 18 /— 30 / II d 
Speaker and Court Dress, 2 n 7 « 

and Home Rule, / 12 c 

Movements of, 2 1 « 9 /" 

Parliamentary Dinners. I a 9./— 8 a S/*— 18 

M 9«-27 III 9 f 

Rl>encer (Earl) at Bristol. 24 / 7 /" 

and Mr. Burke. Note on, 30; 18« 

at Chester, 17 ; 7 « 

and ("Coercion, 23 / 6 / 

at High Wycombe. 23 » 9 rf 

— and Home Rule, Notes on, 28 <i 8 c— 6 la 6 a 

at Ijeetls, 4 m 7 c 

Movements of, 28 / 9 <l 

(Earl) at Newcastle, 22 a 6 o 

Sphinx of 9 Lizch, 16 a 5 c/— 28 aSt 

and the Parnellitea, 24 o 10 6 

Sportsman's Exhibition at the Agricultural Ball 
27 M 3 f 



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6F0BTS AND 8P0BTINO :— 

Ascot Meeting, 4/5 1—87 11 a~9 j 7 c— 

lOj 10 a 

Cup Day, H / Ha 

Kqyal Vinlt to, 8 / 6 e 

Races. 7 ; 7 a— 12 7 8 a 

Heath Meeting. 21 m 10 ^-28 m 11 « 

Assault at Anns at Willises Rooms. 10 «n d </ 

' — Athletic Sports, 12 a 10 d^\9 a 12 a— 24 

mWf 

riril Service, 7 j 7 f 

London Athletic (^lub. 10 m 7 /— 24 / 10 « 

Oxf ')rd V. Cambridge. 8 a 7 a 

Woolwich V. Sandhurst. 16 ; <5 < 



Austrian Derby, 24 m 10 <i 

Auteuil Races, 2 a 1^ 6—26 a 4 c 

— * — Summer Meeting. 31 «* 7 *— 8 / 7 « 
Betting in TA>ndon, «e« every day*B paper ^ 

Bibury Club Meeting. 2'6 i \2 d 

Bicycling— Surrey Bicycle Club, 19 « 12 o 

Fifty Milei Professional Championship, 

2(> a 4 c 

London Bicycle Club. 28 ; 6 r 

" ' One Mile Amateur (Championship, 28 ; 6 # 
Champi<msbip, 29 ^i 7 <t 



Oxford o. Cambridge. 24 ; 10 « 

Twenty MUet Professional Championship, 

19 a 12 fi 

— BlMiards at the Palais Royal, Argyll Street. 
5 a 6 d—\^ a 10 e— 19 a 7y— 2(> a ttZ—lO m 7 
/'<-18mlO</-dl m7h 

at Gatti*s Saloon, Villiers Street, 19 u 7 / 

at the Westminster Aquarium, 10 /n 7/ 



Cambridge University Boat Club. 12 m 10< 

Chautilly Summer Meeting. 24 m 10 c 

Chess, 25 m lo d 

Internationil Toaniament in London, 16 

a 13 a -2.5 m \0 d 

Oxford o. Cambridge, 2a8c— Su 10 c — 



Sa 10<i 

Steinits v. Zukertort, 16 a 13 a 



— Cheater Meeting, 4 m 9 t—h m 12 s— 6 m 5 
/— 7 w 10 

— Coursing— Gosforth Park Gold Cup Meet tng, 
I a 6c~8 u 7 d—bn 10 li 

Haydock Park Open Meeting 8 a 5 /^ 



12 a 10 r 

High Gosforth Park Open Meeting, 2 a 4/ 

Plunipton Open Meeting, 1 a 6 n—Z a Kj 



-^ Cricket— Fixtures, 2 a 12 6—26 a 4 0—8 m 
6y— I0m7/— 17 w 10 c— 24 m 10*-iJl m 76 
—7 ; 7/— H / 7 </-2l / 10/— 28 ; fi « 

Australian Team, 30 a 7 / — 13 w 9 / 

Australians v. Cambridge University ^ 9 j 



7/-11J 11 c-12;8 6-14j7r 

». Derbyshire, 8/11 6— 9> 7 < 

v. English £leven, 26 > 12 e 

o. Gentlemen of England, 2 ; 10 6—4 ; 



6 e—hj 14 6—17 ; 7 /— 18i 6/-I9 ; 13s-21 
i 10« 

' O.Lancashire, 15/9d— 16 ;6c— 17 i7€ 

V. Lord March's Eleven, 29 > 10 c- 30 



,9d 

-^ V. Middlesex, 22 ; 6 s— 25 ; 15 e-26 / 

12 c-28y 6 e 

V. North of Eogknd, 1 f 18 d— 2 j 10 « 



^8»7< 






Sports and Sporting (rontienucd) 

Cricket— Australians v. Nottinghamshire,- 

18 m 5 d -19 m 12 r/— 20 m ^o 
0. Oxford Unitersity, 28 m 11 «— 29 m 

V. Jjord Sheffield's Eleven, 13 m 10 <? — 



14 6 



14 m 10 r — 15 M 12 c— 17 m \0 h 

V, Surrey, 21 m 10 6—22 m 14 c— 24 m 



10 d 



Cambridge University Seniors* Match, 13 
m 10 0—14 m \0d 

u. an English Eleven, 21 m 10 r— 22 nt 



14<f-24m10e 

Freshmen's Match, low 1 2c— 17 i/i 10 6 

i;. Surrey, 25 ; ir> «-26 ; 12 e 

Twelve v. Next Sixteen. 28 /« 11 f—29 



M I4r-3I »ir7 6 

V. Yorkshire, 4> 5 </— 3 / 14 /»- 7 / 7 « 



22 7 5<f-23; 12 « 

Cheshire v. Yorkshire, 12 / 8 c 

Derbyshire v. Kent, 23 ; 12/— 24 ? 10 « 

England t*. Anstrata 19 } IS f 

Ebher v. Broadwater, 10 /« 7 / 

Eton 0, Winchester^ 29 i 10 /— 30; e 

GentlertfiMi o. Players, \'2 w 5 d 

of England i;. Cambridge, 15 ; 9 (/— 16 



/6d-l7/7e 

Gloucr-stershire v, Sussex, S j \\ e 

V. Nottingham-hire, 29 ; 10 /-30 j 9 f 

Houselioid Brigade o. Civil Servic<^, 24 m 



11 e 



Kent ?'. Dorbyshiru, 2'i ;5 e 

i\ Nottinghamshire, 25 / 15 6-26 ; 12 e 



—28 I e 

— LancHsliirer. Derbyshire, 2S/rt 1 1 /"—SI ui 7 h 
V. Kent. 18/5 /-2I / 10 / 

V. Oxford Univereit> . 29 ; 10 e -30 ; 9rf 

V. Sussex. 25 ; 15 e -26 / 12 e 

Maryleboue (Mub and Ground v. Middles Jf 



Colts, 7 M lOr-H M lOe 

V. Australians. 19 in 12 s— 22 m 16 d— 



25 m too -26 in 12 d 

V. Cambridge University, I i 13 d— 2 y 



10s-3;7«-29; 10 e -;{0;9d 

V. Derbyshire. 14 w 15 m 12 c— 17 w 10 6 

V. Kent, 1 1 m 13 </— 12 m 5 </— 18 m 10 



s— 19j 13/ 

V, Laucashire, 18 m 5 « — ISfm 12 </ 

V. Oxford Unrversity. 22 i 5 «— 23 ; 13 



/■-80 f 9 e 

V. Parsees, 26 m 10 cf- 28 m 11 /— 29 



m 14 '/ 



u. Private Banks. 17 w 10 c 

i;. Sussex. 21 m 10 c -22 m 14 d 



;7e 



li>7d 



Middlesex r. Ken\ 1 ; 13 <f— 3 ; 10 «-3 
». Gloucestershire, lliUc — 12;8<» — 



V. Nottinghanwhire, 18/5 /"—SI ; 10 / 

i;. Surrey. 22 ; 5 e— 23 ; 12 /"— 24 / 10* 

u, Yorkshire 8)11 6-9 / 7 «-10 / 10 A 

Mr. Moncreiffes Eleven r. Royal Hors«r 

Artillery and vSecond Life Guards, 22 m 14 4 

North I), Soutlv 15 ; 9 c/— 16 / ft^ c 

Nottiugliannhire Colts' Match, 27 a 8 tf 



—28 o 7 c 
•* ^ V. Lfcttoaihire, 4j 5 cf— 6> 14 e 



Spa 



PALJIKK's index to **TME TI»K?J " NEWSPAPER. 



[April I la 



Iports and Iporting (rontinuea). 

— Cricket— Not I inghiimshire v, Middlesex, 19 

r.Sum-y, Hi / 6^— 17 ) 7 f 

< V. Sussex. I y' 13 e— 2 ; 10 « 

V. Yo^k^hire (\)lt9. 1 ; 18 </ 

Orlears (Mnb v. ('iMswick Park, 17 m 10 c 

Ocford Fres»bii>en'8 Mateh^ 14 m 10 d— 

lo»12r— 17 w/ H» /' 

Oxford Uiiivcrwtjr SeniDrs* Mateh, II m 



I Sports and Sporting (continued). 



13 (/— »'J m h r- IH nt 10 e 

r. Lanca.^'hire, 1 1 / 1 1 r —12 /8c — 14 ;7 (/ 

r. >ixt<»i*n Fre»liineti. l^/« o" J— 19 m 12 



c-20 w. «.f'— 21 m iOr — 22 w 14 r/— 24 m 11 « 

r. SuTey, 4 / 5 d 

pHrsetiB I' Ks^ex ( liib and Ground 9 / 7 / 



Players of Englund v. Australians, 22 ; 5 

e— 23 ; 12 e— 24 ; loc 

Prince's (^luh v. the Parsees. 4 i fi « 

Ho,>ul Kngineers v. Huynl Military 

Aeadeiny. 1 ) 1 f 
v, l^T»\r4 K«)lhcr*^ l&;S»r 



L«fd Sheffield's kfeveny. the Parsees, 26 

m 10 r-2fS m M) d 

Stimersetsliire v. Warwickshire, 21 ; 10/ 

StHffoiddhire v, Warwickshire, 25 m 10 c 



— 2«»« \i)4 

Surrey r. Cifuucestershire, 27 a 8 rf— 2ft a 



7 /-»— 21) (lib 

V. Essex, I ; 13 J— 2 ; 10 e-1 1 j W r— 



12; He 



V, Hampshire, 18M»5d— IHw \2 d 

/>. Lnncrufhiie. 8 ; 11 c:— 9 / 7 « 

r. Middlesex 28 w ll/-2»/ii \% e 

o. NortFhunptonsIriie, 17 m 10 r — 4; 5 s 

r» / 4 //— 15 * II e 

r. Oxford. 5 / 14 A 

c. Yorkshiie, 25 m 10 r— 2G m !(></— 27 



w ft f/ 



Sussex Colts* Ma! eh, 1 1 m 18(f -12 m»5^ 

— V. (iloucestershire, ) 7 /— 10 / i'J c 

— «r, llainpshiri', i.'» ; 9 e— 1(5 / Ge 

— V. NoitHi^hmm^hire 3 / 7 c 
York^hire I'olts* Miiiihy 18 w5 </— 19 m 



12e 



J 10/ 



76 



», Cambriiljye University, 24 / 10 rf 

i». Cbeslure. 14 / 7 d 

i*, Derbyshire, 18 ?d /*— 19 j I3c-21 

V. Kent. 15 ; 9 f— Ifi; 6 f/-17./ 7 « 
v. Nottinghamshire Coks, 2 / 10 s 
r. Sunty, 2y; 10'/-89;9e 
V. Sussex, 28 m 1 1 /- 29 m 14 r— 81 m 



— Cyclii.g. 24 m 10- « 

— Cyclists* lowing Cl^jb. Annual Meeting^ 
11 m 5 a 

— Derby Summer Meeting, 26 ; 15«— 26; 12 d 
Knees, 28 ; 6 c/ 

— DMicaster Spring Meeting, 20 w&c— 21 m 
10 6—22 m 14 /■ 

-» Epsom Spring Meetinip, 5 a 10 a—ii'» 10 c — 
7 a 10 c— 8 ff 5e 

Derby Day, 27 w 6 a 

Police Notices, 26 m 10 d 



theOak% 29 m H a 
liaces, 24 M 10 a—'ll m ti «» 



Ep!<om Summer Meeting, 25 « 10 c — 26 m 
10 r— 28/» II rf-29iw 14 « 

Eosex Union Hunt, « a 9 /* 

Footbaft— Annual Meeting of Rugby, Foot* 

bnll Union, 1 a 6 </ 

Accrington v. Aston Villa. 19 a 12 a 

— V. Vale of I^ven, 24 a 5 e 

Association Challenge Cup, 5 a 10 d— 12 



a 10'' 



RirroinKham Challenge Cup 13 a 10 e 

Blackburn Rovers t\ llurd Lanarli 

VoFun leers, 26 a 4 r 

Bolton Wanderers v. Notts County, 5 a 



lOe 



0. Bnttlefleld. 26a 4 c 



Corinthians v. Queen's Park, Glasgow, 19 

a 12 n 

Glasgow Rangers v. Notts Forest, 26 a 4 c 

Hertfordcbire v. East Surrey. 15 'i 5 r 



— — LaneashirrClial^ni;? Cvp. iJ^o- l^a 

Midland County Challenge Cup, 12fi lOrrf 

Queen's Park, Glasgow v. Preston North* 

End, 5 a 1 e 

V. Aston Villa, 26 a 4 c 

r. Kenton, S m 6/ 

Preston North Eiid r. Wolverlian^pton 



Wandeiera. 19 a 12 n 

V. Vale of Lever, 24 a 4 c 

V. West Oromwich Albion,. 8 w ff/ 



Scotland v. Wales, 12 a 10 </ 
Sheffield Challenge Cup, 12 a 10 (f 
We«t As8(ieiaiiof\ Challenge Cup, 5 a 10 e- 
West of Scotland v. Bradford, 18 a 10 c 
Yorksliire ChulUige Cup, 5 a 10 e— 12 a 



10 el 

— Fox Club, 17 TO 9 « 

— Golf. 5 / 14 c— 11 ; 11 r 
Royal Blackheath Golf Club, 9 a 10 e 



— Goodwood Meeting, 4 / 5 c 

— H.M. Staghounds, 3 a 6 c— 6 o 6 A— 6 a 12' 
A— 8« 9y— I8a 6 (i-17 a 12 »— 20 a 11 6— 
26 <i 7 € 

— Hunting Appointments. S a 13«— 5 a 6 a— 
10 a 12 ^^-12 H 10 /— 17 a 14 a— 19 a 6^—24 
a 5e— 26 a 7 c— 1 i« 8 c 

— ItaVian I>erby. 30 a 7 fr 

— Jockey Club, 16 a & e— 28 a 5 d— 80 a 7 d 
—8 in 6 c— 15 m 6 / 

-^ Kemi.ton Park April Meeting. 8 a 10 d-& 
a 10^ 

Easter Meeting. 26 o 4 c— 27 a 8 c 

Spring Meeting. 7 m 10 c— 8 m 10 d — ia 



m 7 c 



V hit«nntide Meeting; 14 ) 7 6—15 / 9 e 
La CroHse. 5 « 10 e— 8 m 6/ 
Lawn Tennis, 31 m 7 r 
— Covered Court Championship, 18 a 10 c 
Ut, 7/— i6o 6«-ICa6 /—19 a 12 a 
Leicester Spring Meeting, 3 « 6 d— 6 a 10 ^ 

First Summer Meeting; 16 /6 c 



— Lord Ix)ndonderry's Stud Sale, 9 a 10 d 

— Manchester Whitsuntide Meeting, 15 m 12 
e— 20»j 6r— 16; 6 c— 17/7 d -18j 5«-1»> 
I3d-*^1 ; 10<? 

Races. 14 / 7 a 



MeyneLl Hunt, 17 a 12 s 



90 



June no, 1886.J palmer's inukx to " the times " newspaper. 



Stf 



Sporti and Sporting (rontinued), 

Newcastle and Grosforth Park Summer 

Met'ting. 29 i 10 d- bOjdo 
Newmarket Craven Meeting, 12 a 10 a— 13 

a10r-14<i 7 e^\5 a f» e-\e a a e-]7 a 12 a 
" First Spring MeBting, 2f> n 4 a— 27 aSe 

— 29 a 7 a— Si) a 7 ri— 1 m 8 d 

•> Houghton Meeting. 28 m I! e 

Second Spring Meeting, 11 m Idd— 12 tn 

10(2— Um 10 r 

Northampton and Pytchlev Hunt, Spring 



Meeting. \ a ii e 

— Otter Hant, 4 m 7 / 

— Oxford and Cambridge Bont Rfcce, I a 6d 
—2 a 8 c - 3 « 6 c— 3 a 12 o— 6 a 7 a 

— Fari.4 Spring Meeting. l2r/lO0 — 19al2a 
—21 a 6 c— 27 a 8 <i-30 a 7 «— 3 tn 6 /-lO m 
7 e 

Grand Prize of, Aj 5 c— 7 ; 9 J 

- ■ Sports, 6 ; 1 4 a 

Summer Meeting, 28 m 11 e— 4 ; 5 c*-7 



>0/ 



Pedestrianism— Walking Race from West- 
minster Bridge to the Brighton Aquarium, 12 
a lad 
George v. Myers. 10 m 9 /"— 1 7 w 10 r 

- 1,000 Yards Kace between George and 
Myers. Zm b f 
— Polo, 24 w 10/ -7; 7/ 

Hurlingbam Club v. 5th Lancers, 14 ; 7 e 

Oxford V. (Cambridge. 1 4 / 7 <if 



— Quoni Hunt, New Master, 13 a 8 /*— 14 o 7/ 

— Kacquets— Oxford v. Cambridge, 7 a 10 rf— 
8 a 6./ 

Public Sctiook' Challenge Cup, 28 a 7 r 



— 2i) a 7 A— 80 a 7 / 

— Regattas— llenley. 6 a 10 e 

— bale of Greyhounds, 19 a 12 a 

■ of the Queen's Yearlings, 28 ; 5 « 
of Mr. Waring*s Yearlings. 14/76 



— Sandowu Park Club, Second Spring Meet- 
ing, 9 a lOe—lOa 12<f-l2a \0e 

First Smumer Meeting, 4 j 5 e— 5 /14 a 



— 7/ 7rf 

— Sicullmg Championship, W. Beach Sails for 
Engknd. 3 a 7 (/— 17 m 10 c 

Bubear v. Nelson, 4 j 6 e 

i;. Pearce. 23 a 5 c/ 

Championship of the World, 29 / 10 /* 

Godwin v. Matterson. 7/7 fSj 11 c 

Kemp 0. Perkins, 23 / 12 rf 

Mattersou v. Perkins, 19 a 12 a— 24 m 10 



/— 25 wi 10 e 

— South Dorset Hunt, New Mastership, 14 a 
12c 

~ Stockbridge Meeting, 24 j 10 </— 25 ; 15 « 

— TattersaU*s, 13 a 10 c— 20 a 7 s— 4 m 9 s^ 
11 m 13 d— 18 m 5 d^2o m 10 <r— 8 ; 11 a— 22 
;5e--29;10 4 

— Tennis, 16i6«— 21 ;7/ 
Amateur Championship, 30 ; 1 1 / 



Wrestling— Cumberland and Westmoreland, 

24a5« 

Yachting, 22 / 5 e 

— Annual Meeting of the Members of the 

fioyal Yacht Squadron. 10 »i 7 s 
Fixtures, 27 m 6 d 



Yachting: Season, o i 5 a 
— International— the American Cup, 23 /Gd 
Sailing Contest. 1 7 w 7 /> 



New Thames Yacht Club Channel Match, 

3/ 13 r— 7/ 7 6-11 > 11 6—14/ 7 c 

New York Races, 16 / 5 a- 17 / 5 </-I8 



j 5 6—21 /6 6 

Roval Alfred Yacht Club. 29 / 10 e 



i6c 



12 « 



Albert Yacht ( lub, 3 j 13 r— 19 / 18 e 
Chique Ports Yacht c:lub Regatta, 16 

Clyde Yacht Club Matches. 3 / 13 r 
— Corinthian Yacht Club Regatta, 23 ; 



Harwich Yacht Club Regatta, 7 / 7 s-^ 



8/ 10 a 



London Yacht Club. 29 ; 10 d 



^^ Mersey Yacht Club Regatta, 29/ 10 d 



^90 j9d 

Thames Yacht Club, 15 / 9 c 

— York Spring Meeting, 7 m 10 c — 18 m 6d 
— 19 m 12 c/— 20 m G e 

and Ainsty Hunt. 18 m 10 d 



Spratt's Patent Company, Meeting, 12 a 11 /— * 

7 Mill 6-7/ 11 a-9; 116 
Spring of 1866. 18/3 6 
Spurgeon (Rev. C.H.) on Home Rule, 28 m 5e^ 

3 ; 6 «— 29 i 7 d 
Stabbing Affray at Tontine Hotel, Slreffield, 15 

a lOr— 19 a9e 
Stalbridge ^ Lord) on the Channel Tunnel Com^ 

panics, 10 m 7 ^ 
Standard Fire and Marine Insurance Company 

of New Zealand, 13 a 11 6 

Life Assurance Company, 12m 11 6 

Stanhope (Kdw.) on the Railway and Canal 

Traffic Bill 2 a 10 c 
Address to his Electors, 19/12 

(Ut. Hon. E.) at Horncastle, 29 a 5 d 

Stanley (late Dean) Inscription on the Memory 

Slab, >0m9/' 
Stansfeld (Rt. Hon. J.) at Halifax, 30 a 7 c 

and Vaccination, 4 / 5 e 

Staples (John) on the Gordon Boys' Home, 11 m 

\3c 

(Li)rd Mayor) on Hospital Sunday, 19 / 7 /" 

Star of India, Orders Conferred, 21> m 9 </— 1 /6 c 
Startistical Society, Papers Read before, 24 a 4 </ 

—20 w 10 6 
Steel Trade, lOm 11 c 
Stein way Hall^ Entertainment at, 19 9 8 /* 
Stephens (Sir James) on the Irish Bills, 29 a 8 6 

\m\2d 
Stevenson (Wm.) Discorery of an AncienI 

British Vessel in Lincolnshire, 24 a 12 6 
Stokes (H. F.) on the Death of Lluellyn,30 / 15/ 
Stonor (H. J.) on the High Courts and tber 

County Courts, 20 a 12 d 
Storms, 2 a 9 / 

Stratford-on-Avon Churcb, 8 j 10/ 
8TSE£T TAAJICWAYS:— 

New Bills. 28 fR 7 s 

Extension, 28 m 7 s 

Anglo, Argentine, 1 a 1 1 a 

Calcutta, 7 o 1 1 rf 

Carthagena and Herrerias, 1 a 10 e 

> City of Buenos Ay res, 7 a 11 cf 

■rS 



Btr 



PALUEK*S INDKX TO '^ TUB TIltES '' NKWSPAPBR. 



[April 1 to 



Btreet Tramways (ronttnued). 
Melbourne (^able, 23 ; 4 rf 

— State of Shares ia Companies, see every 
day*8 paper 

i Weston -Super-Mare, Clevedon and Portia- 
head. 20 m U 6 

8treatham Hill and General Estate Development 
Company, Annual Meeting, 14 a 18 / 

BTBIKES: — 

in America, 18jr 5 (T— 18 m 5 c>-27 m 5 « 

— in Belgium, 8 a 7 a— 3 m 5 « 

of the Bottle Makers in Dublin. 8 o 9/ 

— — of the Brickmakers at DufiFel 8 w 5 « 

' of the Brooklyn Sugar Refiners, 28 u 5 a — 

24 n56 
of the Colliers in Cumberland Maryland, 19 

ml a 

• ill the Lower Rhondda, 26 a 8 / 

at Decazeville, 1 4 a 4 r 

of the Furniture Manufacturers Men at 

St. Louis. 24 m 5 / 

— in the Lessines Quarries 8 a 7 6 

on the Missouri- Pacific Railway, 27 a 8 6 

of the New York Sugar Refiners, 20 m5h 

— in New York of the Third A^ enue Surface 
Road Car Company, 17 a 7 6—20 a 5 6—21 a 
6 6— 22rf 5 6—8 )8a 

— Railway in Philadelphia, 17 a 7 6 
in the United States, 17 a 12 6 



of 8000 TaUors in New York, 26 m 10./ 

— of Tinplate Forgemen, at the Swansea 
Valley, 6 a 8 a 

' — of the Workmen at the Museum of Science, 

Dublin, 21 tnJ f 
Btuarta and the Bavarian Throne, Note on, 17y 

10 6 
Sndeley (Lord) Allotments, 15 a 12 <i 
Sugar Bounties, Deputation to Government on, 

la66 
' ■ Note on, 6 a 7 « 

Cane, Industries, 21 a 6 a 

William Sugg & Co. (Limited) Ditidend, 15a II e 
Suggestion from Mid Lothian, 27 u 8/ 
Sun. Eclipse of, 28>9/ 
8UI0IDES :— 

the King of Bavaria, 15 t 8 a 

^— Jas. Clark, after Murdering Annie Ultham 
at Newington- Butts, 18 m 12 c 

— Samuel Faulkner, After Attempting to Mur- 
der Mary A. Whitloek near Northampton, 16 
a\Od 

Philip Hyman, after Attempting to Murder 

his Wife in Manchester. 5 a 6 6 

— Mrs. Lee, after Murdering her Cluld, at the 
Isle of Grain, 21m 9/* 

— Jackson, Two Girb named, near Bacup, 8 
m 14 e 

— Earl Shaftesbury, in a Cab, in Regent's 
Street, \A a 7 d 

— Mr. F.F. Shaw, at Birmingham. 22 m li d 
Thos. B. Sparkes, who Shot himself in a 

Train, 2Sj9 d 
-^- R G. Taylor, from Clifton Suspension 
Bridge, 26 a 4 < 

— W. E. Wright, after Shooting Alice Clark 
and her Mother, at Bow, 2! ; 6,/- 22 / 8 / 

— Count Xiquena in Madrid, 2 ; 5 6 

92 



Suicides (continued), 

Attempted, of a Man, Roach, from the Clif- 
ton Suspension Brid^^e, 1 6 a 5 d 

of a Man, in the Thames, at Rotherhithe. 

15; 4 a 

a Young Woman, at tlie Rlrer Raveus*' 



bourne at Cat ford. 28 m 8 6 
Sunday Opening of Museums. 8 n 7 /' 
Closing. Note on. 9 fi 18 6 

Exhibitions on. 19 ; 7 c/ 

Smfiety, 24 m 9 e 

New President. 5 a 6 6 

Sundeiland Shipowners' Society, Meeting, 6 a 9/ 

Suram Pa«8. 23 ; 1 1 #! 

Surgeon, a Lady— Mrs. M. R. Dawson 10 / 7 t 

Surgeons, Koyai College of. List of Past Examin- 
ation. 9 a 10« — 12 (I 4 (^—15 a 7 #—21 a9(/- 
24 a 9 /•-28 a 6 /— 29 a 9 /—SO o I W—l m ^ 
/— 6w4 A— 8 m 15 /-28 w 5y— 8 ) 6r-4 ; 1« 
«_18;4/— 19> 11 / 

SUSPENSIONS :— 

Cardiff Savings Bank. 26 a 4 e— 5 ; 14 e 

Ea.<ton. Edward. 25 m 4 6 

Koe and BetheU, 17^6/ 

Payne. G. H., & Co.. 8 o 5f 

Bheather, Sons & Co., 22 w 15 a 

Smith. H., & Co., of New York, 28 ; 7 c 

Suter (Arthur) on the Cape Shipping ** King,*"^ 

7 ; 1 1 6 

Sutherst (T.)on the Shop Hours* Regulation Bill, 

8 m 5 s 

Swain (R.) on Truro Cathedral. 2alOrf— 6m5<if 
Swansea Inflrnmry. Donation to. 5 a 7 d 
Swimming . Note on, 7 a 5 / 
SWITZERLAND : — 

Celebration of the Battle of Sempach, 5 y 8/ 

and the Cholera. 1 8 ; 9 e 

Labour Disturbances in Zurich, 17 ; 10 d— 

22/9/ 
Switzerland and Roumania, 29 o 5 </ 
Symond (Adm. T.) on Navy and Army Retire-' 

ments, 5 o 8 ft 
on the Loss of the Oteffon, 28 a 5 a 

T. 
Tactics of the Government, 2ft m 5 e 
Tallow, iee PaoDCCs Maskbt 
— ^ Chandlers* Company, Annual Dinner, 71 nt 

8c 
Tasmania, the First Agent-General for 80 a 7 /* 
Tea, Consumption of , 1 m 6 a 

Some Facts about Indian 29 m 7 e 

Technical College, Laying the FoundAtion Stone, 

by Lord Hartington, 20 «r 5 « 
Telegrams, Addresses on, 7 o 5 a 

Foreign. New Regulations, 16j 5 s 

Tele graphic Communication, 22 ;' 1 1 d 

TELEQRAPH8:— 

— — Anglo-American, 8 a 12 e—9 a 11 a^lO« 

18 o— 14 a 14 a— 20 a 11 c 

Atlantic, Breakage in, 90 m 7 a 

Australia and Canada, 39 } 5 d 

Australasia and China, 1 a 10 «— 7 tt \l d 

—15 a 1 1 c-24 i \\ e 
Brazilian Submarine, 6 m 11/— 13 m 10 e— 

10 I lis 
C^uference at Paris, 11m l^e 



J4jn« 30, 1886.] palhkr's index to '' thk timkb " nkwspaper. 



ThQ 



Telagnplifl (continued). 

— Construction and Maintenance Company, 
21 i 1 1 «— 2*i / 5 e 

Direct United SUtea Cable, 8 a 12 ^ 

Eastern, 17 ; 1 1 6—26 } 13 e 

— in France, 24 ro 6 c 

— French Asbantee. Break in, 20 a 5« 

Great Northern of Copenhagen, Salle 

Indo-Kuro|)Pan. 6 o 12 #• -7 a 1 1 r/— 22 aWd 

International Conference on, 13 ni 5 6»21 

m 5 C/-23 m^r 
«-^ London- Platino- Brazilian, Sj 11 c 

Renter's, 17 a 13 c-28 a \0 a 

Siamese. 17 m 5 « 

<— — State of Shares in Companies, tes eoerjf 

dfiy*a pttper 

' Submarine Cables Trust. 5 m 18 </— 12 m 10s 

West African. 9 a 1 1 6—21 ; 9 « 

*— Coast of America, 27 a 10 a—S ; II c 

India snd Panama, 13 m 11 c~20 mild 

—22 m 11 d— 2Sm 10 « 
Telegraphists, Presentation of Medals to, 10 m 9 / 
Telephone. Progress of, 29 a 8 r 
Telephony. Lecture on J/>ng Distance, 1 1 m 4 d 
Temple (*hurch, Preachers, 5 a 9 a— 29 m 12 $ — 

U 13. 

— Gardens, \j 10 d 

-^- Inner. 14 m 11 a— 20 m 9 s 
- — New Benchers. 26 w 9 /—I j 5 e 
Tennyson (Lionel) Health of , 6 a 5 d 
r^— (Lord) Ode Sung by Madame Albani at the 
Opening of the Indian and Colonial Exhibition, 

■7- — Telegrams, 10 »i 9 / 
rhames Mystery, 5 cf 6 6 
— - Angling, 5 a 1 1 6 
(Church Mission. 16 a 10/ 

— Conservators, Proposed New By-laws of, 
Notes on. 29 a 9 «— SO aft/ 

»-^- Finding the Head of Woman in the, 17 /a 7/ 
Steamboat Service, 2 ; 9 c 

— Valley Drainage Schemes, 18 a 8/ 
Tharsis Sulphur and Copper Company, 23 a 10a 
'-^— Dividend. 15 a II d 

THEATSES. Ac, : — 
•• — Adelphi, \2 a 4 a 

Kt)yal Visit to, 12 w 9 rf 

•» — Alhambra. 26 m 13 <i 

Avenue. 26 « 6 h 

Miss Barnett's Hecital at the Marlborough 

Rooms, 22 j o d 
•• — Brussels Opera. New Opera at, 14 a 16 a 

— Comedy, 12 w 4 / 

- — Court. Royal Visit to, 2 a 10 d— 24 m 9/ 

r Covent Garden. Royal Visit to, 26 m 10 6 

-- rriteriuu, 16 wi 9 /— 31 m 7 a 
— - Drury I^ne 26 * 6 6—30 /lie 

English 0]>era at. 2 j 10 c~3 ; 7 d 



Keception at, 16 m 12 6 

. > Royal Visit to, 16 ; 7 «— 19 i II f 

- Mrs. Dutton Cook's Recital, 27 m 4/ 
m — Empire, 26 a 6 6—14.; 4 / 

- — English and Italian Opera, 17 m 9 « 

Francais, Paris, *' Chamillac "at, 12 a 4 e 

« Gaiety, 12 m 4 d— 21 m 9 /— 6 j 18 6^24 / 

10/ 
-m — Mr. Qteni*s Morning Concert, 28 nr 6 6 



Theatres {continued). 

Globe, 2^^ a 6 6 

Royal Visit to, 28 a 6 d—7 m 10 d— 26 / 

16/ 

a Greek, in London. 18 m 9 f 

Hay market, 6 « 9 /' 

Koyal Visit to. 6 a 10 d &/— 14 m 10 d^ 

22 m 14 h 

Hengler's Cirque, •' Helena in Troas " at, 

16 a 4 d-28 m 8 a 

Royal Visit to, 6 m 18 6 



— Her Majesty's, 26 a 6 6—12 ; 1 1 y— 14 ; 4/ 
—17; 7S-24; 13 a 

Madame Sarah Bernhardt at, 30 o 9/ 

-- — French Plays at. 9 ; 12 rf 

Royal Visit to, 4 m 10 0-25 j 16 / 



Lyceum, 12 a 9 /— 17 ; 6 /* 

Koyal Visit to, 6 m 10 d—\ 1 m 7 e 



— Monday Popular Concerts, 12 a 6 /— 20 a 
10/ 

— Opera Comique, 1 > 6 / 
ItHlian and English,' 14 ; 12 b 



— Philharmonic Concerts, 2 a 7 /— 17 a 10 
—22 m 6 e -7 ) 7 / 

— Piccadilly Hall. 25 m 8 6 

— Prince's Hall, Mr. Max Paucr's Recital at, 
1 a 5 d 

-^ — Miss Carmiohnel's Recital at. 18^96 

Mr. Chas. Halle's Recitals at. 18 w 1 1 6 

Signer Mancinelli's (>oncert ar, 21 ; 4 d 

•• the Story of Orestes " ar, 14 mi 10 e— 21 



ni s 



— " Tale of Troy " at, 14 a n /^ 
Princess's. 8 /w H o— 25 #« 10 d 
Koyal Visit to, 6 a 6 a— 16 m 12 6 



— Recent (^oncerts, 6 m 16 6-1 ; 4 a 

— Riehter Concerts, 2 a 4 s— 19 m 16 c— 26 m 
10d-l0/4rt-29 ?9./ 

— Royal Italian Opera, 27 in 12 6—81 m 7 a— 
4 ; 10 e-16 / 5 e— 22 ; 4 6-29 / 4 / 

Koyal Visit to, 9 i 9 /— 23 ; 8 a 

Victoria Hall. 28 ; 6 s 



— Royalty, 26 / 7 / 

— Kussian ( hoir at Windsor Castle. 80 ; 16 /* 

— Sacred Harmonic Society, see Sacbbb 

— i avoy. Royal Visit to, 13 m 9 e 

— - St. George's Hall, Mr. and Mrs. German 
Reed's Entertainment at. 9 a 6 r 

— St. James's, 27 m 12 6—29 ir 18 « 
■ Koyal Visit to, 11 m 12 e 

Hall, Madame Antoinette Sterling's Con* 



cert at. 1 i 1 1 / 

Brahma's New Symphony at, 18 m 6 (/ 

(Concerts at. 8 « 9 e— 10 a 6 « — 16 a 1 J 

Liszt at, 7 a 10 a— 12 a 8 6 

Note on, 7 a 10 6 

Rubinstein's Recitals at, 19m 16 6—14 



i)2 6 



a Russian Concert at. 17 > 10 e 
Senor Serasate's Concert, 20 a 10 /* 

— Strand, 12 a 4 d-26 m 13 o— 28 m 6 «— 29 

— Toole's. 26 a 6 6 

— the Troubadour, 9 ; 9 e— 16 ; 6 /* 

— Two Pianoforte Recitals, 19 a 7 s 

— Vaudeville, 14 a 4 6 



Koyal Visit to, 19 a 9 e 



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[April I 10 



Theatres ( ontinueii). 

Wallner Theatre, Berlin, tlie '• Mikado" at, 

3/66 

Thomas (Dr. G. D.) on the Sanitary Condition 
of tho Houses of Parliament. 11/4/ 

Thornton (Sir K.) Movemeitts. &c. of, II 7ii 12 e 

Three Choirs' Festival, ly <r <J d 

Tibet, News about, o a 5 d —3 tn 5 d 

and India, 27 ci 3 ri 

Mission, 10 m 5 /'— 25 m 5 6—27 m 5 e— 31 

w 5 e—2 J 5 f — 14 ; 5 a 

Tilbury Dock Ship and iilngine Repairing Com- 
pany. 1 6 o 11 6 

The Times Boycotting of , 7 o 7 / 

for the^Fourth Lime in its History 24 Pages, 

8 m 13 / 

again 24 Pages, 22 m 14 6-29 m 18 0—5 ) 

IS/*— 26; 14fl-30; 13/ 

Tin PUte Trade, 7 n \\ n—% ; 12 A-I7> 11 « 

standards, 1 ; 10 a 

Tithe Rent Charge ( Extraordinary) Redemption 

Bill Note on, 18/46 
Extraordinary, Committee, 18 w 10 a & / — 

5 7 6/ 
»— Strike against, at Llandyrnog. 24 /n 9 c 
Tobacco Culture in Holland and Belgium, 29 a 

10 a 

in Worcestershire and Gloucestershire, Note 

on, 8 m 5 A 

Todmorden. Tower of. Petition to Incorporate, 

30 ; 20 r 
Tower Bridge, the Prinoe of Wales Performs the 

i^remony of Driving the First Pile, 15 w 11 / 

— 19; ll/-22;8rf 
Town Holdings, Select Committee on, 8 a 12y~ 

6;i2f 
Trade, Board of, Notices, 7a56— 14al8a 

—24 a II c- 1 m 12 a— 12 m II r— 15im 13 

Returns. Sail 6—8 a 15 6 

, British India. 28 ; 4 /— 29 / 6 t 

Depression of. Blue Book on, 1 m 8/ 

r— Lost to the United States. 1 9 m 6 a 
of the Port of Gloucester. 7 ; 1 1 6 

- Reports, tee fvei'y day^s /Ktper 

Royal Commission on. I a 9/— 9 a 4 d — 15 

a9./— lOm 12 r/— 27 wi 7 r 

Second ileport, 23 a 4 a 

— — State of, see every day's paper 

Trade Mnrks Act, 21 <i 12 « 

Trades and Factory Works. Exhibition of, at St. 

James's Square 31 w 7 « 
Trained Nurses' Annuity Fund, 30 a 13 f/ 
Training Ship Exmouth, Inspection of, the Prince 

Albert Victor, 29>4e 
Transvaal, Blue Book on, 8 a 5 </ 
Trawl >ng. 1 a 6 e 

Tredegar Iron and Coal Company. 26 m W J 
Trench (Abp.) Notice about, 7 a 10 e 
Trevelyan (lit. Hon. G. O.) at Hawick, 6 mi 11 c/ 
• — Address to the Electors of Border Burghs, 

]4;66 

at Galashiels, 8 m 14 a— 29 / 6 6 

Trevor (liev. Geo.) on the late Canon Ornsby, 27 

a 10 6 
Trinity CoUege, Dublin, 16^5 / 

- House. Annual Banquet, 7/10 a 
v Special Court, 22 ^ 5 e 

9i 



Truro Cathedral, Notes on. 2 a 10 d— 5 a 7 /"— 29 

n 8 «— 5 m 5 </— 22 m 9 / 
Trust and Agency Company of Australasia, 28 a 

1 1 e— 8 m I n d 
and Loan Company of (^anada, 18 in 11 d — 

H\ m \\ b 
Trustee Savings Banks, Notes on, 11 m 6y— 14 

»4/' 
Tseng (Marquis^ Sketch of. 29 m 8 a 

Entertained by the Mayor of Liverpool, 30 

; 14 £ 

Movements of, 20 a 5 «— 24 7m 7 «— 25 m 10 

/— 28 m 7 /— 22 / 8 /— 29 ; 9 d 

Tuer (A. W.) on a New Craze for Collectors, 29 

a 6 c — 5 //) f> e 
Tuke (J. H.) Destitution in the West of Ireland, 

2a 3 r- 6 IS 16 / 
TURKEY 5— 

- and Bulgaria. 23.; 7 r— 24 ; 5 rf— 29 ; 5 d 
and Roumelia. ! 7 ; 6 ^ 

Disturbances at Janina, 21 ; 5 e 

Finances, 13 wi 6 6 -17 w 5 6—28 m 5 e— 29 

m 14 /— 31 ♦« 5 a 

First Torpedo Boat Built in Turkey 

Launched at the Constantinople Dockyard, 12 
cr 6 CI — 17 a 12 6—22 not 

and Greccu. 17 « 7 fi — 19 a 5 a 

Krupp Guns for the Defence of the Dar- 
danelles. 20 m o c 

Miscellaneous News, I o o o—\C a lOc— 28 

Q 6 d — 15 Ml 7 c — 24 iM 6 c— 7 ; 5 f — 14 > 5 c— 
15 y 8 / 

and Montenegro. 29 m 14/ 

Public Debt, 17 i 10 d-k4 j 5 d 

Railways in, 22 / 5 6 

Kevcnue Keturn, 16 a 10 c 

and lioumani4. 7/66 

and Hutusia, 24 ; 5 d 

Sultan gi>es in State to Kamboul to Attend 

the Ceremony of Kisjiing the Alamle of the 
Proph st, 19 CI 7 r/ 
Turkish Torpedo Boats, Note on, 24 a 12 e 
Turner (J.) on Liberals at Eastbourne, 28 j 5 / 

U. 
Ulster and Home Rule, 22 a 8 a— 28 a 12 «— 14 

m 13 c— 19 Ml 4 e -27 m 12 d 
— i^ Arrring of. 19 «i 4 f 

and Mr. rhambiTlMin, 14 m II c 

and rh.' Irish Lonl Chancellor, 21 m 4 tf 

Loyalist Anii-licpeal Union, 13 m 9 /* 

and Sc«)iland. Note on, 25 / 4 <; 

UNOLAIBf£D BIVIDiflNDi : — 

Archer, John, 21 a 1 6 

Armitstead. liobt., 13 /m 1 6 

Backhouse, M. J., lu / I o 

Bell. Rev. C. D., Ida \b 

Be van, Harriet. 19 ci 1 6 

Blagrave, H. B.. 10 a 1 6 

Blogg H. B., \2 ui i e 

F. B.. 12 m I c 

Blundeli, Sarah, 1 ; 1 c 

Boteler. Rich.. 24 / 1 ^ 

Bradney, John. 10 a 16 

Bridport, Baron, 21 a 1 6 

Bullock, John, 21 a 1 6 

Bumaby, John Dick, 8 m I o 



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Unolaiined Dividends {conttnwd), 

• Cavendish, Lord Geo. Henry, 12 7/1 1 c 

Clarke, Win., 5 m I c 

— CoUard, Margaret, 15 a 1 c 

— Cowper, John, 1 1 m 1 c 

— Few. Chas., 6 a I h 

— - Gisborne, W. J., 26 a 1 ^ 

^— • Hannam, H. J., 10 ; 1 c 

— ^ Hargreaves, Rev. James, \ al t 

Hartley, George, '21 ml 6 

^— Hajnes. J. G.. 5 a 1 6 

— Haworth. Arabella, 18 m I 6 
Wm., 13 w 1 A 



Hazlewood, Wm., 21 a 1 6 
Hinxman, Charlotte, 18 m 1 6 
Holdstock, Chas., 29 / 1 c 
Hoole, W. T., 21 m 1 6 
Hope, Edith, 29./ 1 c 
Howard, F. J., 12 m 1 e 
Ingram, Robert, 1 a 1 6 
Jenkins, Kich., 8 a I 6 
Jones, Mary, 25 j 1 6 
King, Mary Ann, 5 m 1 c 
May, Mary, 19/1 e 
Monson, Rev. J. J., 8 m 1 c 
Morrison, John, 20 a 1 c 
Orde, Wm., 4 ; I c 
Paine, Thos., 16 a I 6 
Palmer, Rev. Henry, 5 al b 
John, Ba I b 



Pigott, Rev. J. D., 4 ; 1 c 

— — Popham, Francis, 21 a 1 6 

Postlethwaite, R. B., 12 j 1 c 

Poller, Rev. F. W., 9 ; 1 <? 

Purvis, Chas., 21 a 1 6 

Richards, E. V., 16 a 1 6 

Riddle, Herbert, 24; 1 ^ 

— Rosslyn, Earl of, 12 m 1 c 

Ruddle, Geo., I alb 

Russell, F. C. H., 12 m 1 6 

Shute, Henry, S ml c 

* Shuter, J. M., 12 m 1 c 

— Simpson, G. L. B. M. W., II ml c 
^— Slater. Henry, 18 m 1 6 

Speke, Wm., 20 m 1 6 

— Stanton,' Agnes, 14^16 

— Stennett, I^w., 16 a 1 
•>— Stibbs, Maria, 8 ; 1 e 
•»— Stockdale, James, 12^ 1 c 
Storer, Chas., 18 r» 1 6 

Geo., 16 a 1 6 



16 



Sutherland, A. M., 12 m 1 c 

Tucker, Chas., 8 m 1 c 

Vallance, T. T., James and Rev. Wm., 8 a 

> •' 

Wakefield, John, 12 / 1 c 
Watson, B. F., 16 a 1 6 

— John, 15 m 1 c 
West, W. C, 21 a 1 6 
wade, C. N. and E. A^ 26j 1 c 
Wiener, L. M., 4 m 1 c 
Williams, J. F., 16 a 1 6 
Wood, Wm., 5 a 1 6 

— K.H.,8mlc 
Wright, Rich., 12/ 1 c 

— James, 29 ; 1 c 

Torke, Harriet and E. W., 9 a 1 6 



Undeveloped Fruit Region, 14 a 16 b 
Unemployed, Riot in London, Presentation to the 

Police, 1 a 5 ^ 

Trial of the Socialists. Notice about, 1 a 6 a 

Free Registries for. Note on, S m 4J 

at Manchester, 8 m 14 c 

-^ Mansion House Fund, 1 a 8 6 —8 a 5 d—2Q 

a 7 6—20 o 12 c 

Note on, 8 m S e 

Out of Work London, 14 a 4 a 

Street Collection for. 5 n 7 e— 6 a 9 /" 

Unionist Liberals, see (Conservatives 
Unitarians. 6Ut Anniversary of the British an4 

Foreign Unitarian Association, 17 j d J — 19 

Unitarianism— Celebration of the Opening of 

Essex Hall, Strand, 5 ; 6 c 
United Fire He-Insurance Company, Annual 

Meeting. 8 a 1 1 
Kingdom Alliance, Election Manifesto, 16 

Association of Pilots, Annual Conference, 

27 m 6 /■— 28 m 10./ 

Law Clerks* Society, Anniversary Dinner, 



13 ra 9 e— 3 ; 10 d 

— States Legation, 9/9/ 

Rolling Stock Company, 27 m 10 <i 



Telephone Company, 22 a 11 e^iOj 11 tf— ► 

28 ; 1 1 6 
Temperance and General Provident Institu* 

tion, 27 m\\ d 
Universal Life Assurance Societv, 13 m 11 6 

Marine Insurance Company, 1 1 ; 1 1 e 

University College, London, Resignation of the 

Secretaiy, 8;9a'' 
— ^— Liverpool, 11 ; 9 / 
— of London, Convocation, 13 m 13 a 
Distribution of Prizes. 20 m 10/ 



Uppingham School. Scholarships, 19 a 9 s 
Upton Park, Laying the Foundation Stone of St. 

Stephen's Church, by the Princess Louise, 8 

; 9 a 
Uruquay— Cliange of President, 26 m 10 / 

' Fighting in, I a 6 d 

— ^ legislative Proceedings, I a 5 d 

New Cabinet, 6 ; 14 rf 

Revolution in, 2 a 5 «— 8 a 7 d—6 a 6 a~6 

abd 
Utrecht University Celebration of the 250th 

Anniversary of its Foundation, 29 jf 5 d 

V. 

Vaccination, Annual Meeting of the London 
Society for the Abolition of, 15 a 7 s 

Census, 28 o 1 1 c^ 

^— > Deputation about, 20 a 5 e 

and the Leicester Board of Guardians, 5 m 

Pupil-Teachers, 24 m 9 e 

Sale of the Gkx>ds of Ten Anti- Vaccinators^ 

for Fines, 14 m 9 a 

and Mr. Stansfeld, 4 t 5 c 

— 15,000, Unvaccinated Children at Dewsbury, 

8 m 15 « 
Vessel, or Ship, Discovery of Ancient, in Lin^ 

colnshire, 24 a 12 6 
Victoria Dwellings Association, 3 jll d 
N 95 



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[April 1 id 



] 



Victoria- Dr. Moorhouse and the Legislatiye 
Assembly, 24 a 12 a 

Official Revenue Retaras, 2 a 5 « 

Population of, 27 a 3 </ 

— Opening^ of the Parliament, 2 ; 5 c 

Reyenue of, 18 m 10/ 

Vicuna (C. M.) the Claims of the Peruvian Bond- 
holders, 21 a 6 e— 28 a 9 J— 10 mil a 

Vie Parisienne. 22 a 5 « 

ViUiers (C. P.) Health of, 7 ; 9 rf 

Vinon (F. A. H.) on the Threatened Mutilation 
of the Roman Baths at Bath. 28 a 9 / 

Vivisection, Annual Report of Experiments, 8 m 
14 b 

Anti- Vivisection Persecutors, Notes on, 10 

;7rf— 12;U« 

Voeux (Sir Wra. Des> Deputation to, 8 a 6 6 

Volcanic Eruption in New Zealand. 16/10/ 

Volcanoes-* Mount Etna in Eruption, 19 m 7 c— 
21 m 6 d—2H m 6 6—29 m 14/— 31 m &6-.2 j 
6e— 3j6 6— 5i 14 cf 

Past and Present, 29 m 5 e 

Volunteer Forces Benevolent Association, 31 m 
9 d 

VOLUNTEERS :— 

— — in Barracks, 30 a 4 a 

Colonial Team Leave Melboome for Wim- 
bledon, XT ml b 

- — Easter Manoeuvres, 16 a 6 y— 20 a 8 6—21 
a 6 /— 22 a 12 a— 23 a 3 (f— 24 a 3 a— 23 aha 
-^27 a 3 <— 28 a%a 
■ at Dover, wkh Phuir, 26 a 6 a 

-^ — Inspection in Hyde Park, 21 j 6 d 
1 at Osborne, 27 o 3 d 

London Scottish, Bazaar in Aid of, 19 ; liy 

Operations, Easter, 1866, 22 a 13 a 

at Wimbledon, 23 a 8 e 

Wunbledon Meeting, 20 a 11 c— 3 mllb 

W. 

Wade (Sir Thos.) and Li Hung-Chang, 21 a 12 « 
Wales, Legislation for, 6 a 9 4—8 a 11 «— 26 a 
8 b 

Eisteddfod at Carnarvon, the Prince of 

Wales Patron, 15 m 77 

Land Agftatton \fb^ 16/ 7 a 

Rent AgiUtion in, 20 a 7 6 

Walters (R. G.) Violent Assault on, 19 m 7 e 
Warehousemen and Clerks's School, Half-yearly 

Court, 31 m 7 e 
Wargrave (Lord) on the Thames Conservator's 

By-laws, 80 a 6 / 
Water Companiea, State of Slmres in, see •very 

dajf*t paper 

Charges, Note on, 14 a 6 <f 

•<-— Amsterdam, a Dual Supply for, 14i 10 s 
-^^ Antwerp, 12 a 11/ 

Chelsea, 18; 12e 

Colne Valley, 7 a 1> </ 

— — East London Company, 2 a 11 s 

Grand Junctton, 8j 11 e~10 / 11 e 

^— Kiraberley, 7 a 11 <l— 16 a 11 

Lambeth Bill, 7 a 10 s 

-«— > London Bills, Sm\4d 

— — Supply, 2 a 10 rf— 16 o 7^—16 a 10 «— 

)7 a 12 «— 26 a 7 «-7 m 4 6*14 m 4 c*17 m 

10 «— 1 / 16 0— 2aj 6 a 



Water Companies, Odessa, 13 a 11 6—24 a 11 6 

SevUle, 22 a 11 

Shanghai, II m 14 a 

Southwark and Vauzhall, 9i 11 e 

West Middlesex, 5 m 13 d 

Watkin (Sir E. W.) on the Channel Tunnel, 11 

m 13/ 
Watney (D.) on the Livery Companies of London' 

and their Irish Estates, 22 a 7 
Watt (Hugh) on Navy Reorganization, 16 / 4 « 
Weardale Lead Company, 16 a i 1 d 
Weather, Daily Report of, see every *^Sf' P^'P^ 
Forecasts for Each Day, see under Wkatubr 

tn each day*^ paper 
Meteorological Chart, eee every Friday's 

paper 

in the Provinces, see every days paper 

Weekly Report, see each Priclay*s paper 

Webb (Thos. E.) on the Constitutional Aspect of 

the Home Rule Question, 5j 6 b 

on Peruvian Bonds. 22 a 1 1 6^28 a 11 6 

Webber (C. E.) on Swift Ocean Steamers, 8 m 6 6 
Weddings, Dangerous Practice of Throwing Rice 

at. 26 m 6 d 
Welford and Sons, 7 m 11 d 
Welldon (J. E. C.) on a Benefactor of Harrow,- 

8a6 6 
Wellington College, 19/10 a~22i 9 r 
Wells (A. W.) on the Delagoa Bay Railway, 29 

7 12 6 
Wemyss (Lord) on the Home Rule Bill, 19 a 6/ 
West Australian Land Company, 22 m 15 a 
WEST 00A8T OF AFBIOA :— 
-^ Disturbances, 10 ; 5 e 
Fighting between the Becqoahs and the 

Adaniss, 10 m 6 r— 17 J 10 d 

French in, 23 a 3 

and Portuguese Possessions in, 17 m 7 6 

Germans in, 7 a 5 d 

— — Miscellaneous News, 28 7 6 / 

Seizure of Mr. Young by the Natives, 26 f 

9e 

Whites Boycotted in, 28 ; 6 / 

West End Riots, Compensation Notice, 21 a 6 s 

Ham Exhibition, 14 a 10 a 

Incorporation of, 23 ; 6 tf 

Indian Incumbered Estates, 20 m 9 < 

Westhke (J.) on the Home Rule Bill, 29 m 5 / 
Westminster {Duke of) and Mr. Gladstone, 28 j 

(Dean of) Movements of, 28 ct 5 <f 

Abbey Preachers, 2 a 12 0—19 a 9 «— 29 « 9 

0—29 jS c 

Festival Service at, 21 m 8 <f 

Hospital Sunday at, 26^ 9 6 

Restoration of, 5 f8d 

Diocesan Education Fund, Annual Meeting, 

10;7d 

School Examination, 24 m 6 c 

Whales, Dettmction of, 12 a 9 / 
Wheat. American, 8 a 6 /*— 12 a 6/ 

Crop of the Worid in 1886, 20 a 7 e 

Whirlwind in Norfolk, 5 7 16 6 

White Lead, Sublimed, ISfSd 

White (T.T.) on Lord Spencer and Mr. Borke. 

30/ 18 s 
While (Sir Wm.) NoUoe aboui, Ba^f 



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*^ TH£ TlilBS " MSWdPAi%B. 



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Whitftable Oyster Company, 80 a 5 « 

Whitsuntide Holidays, the Amasements, 15 ; 5 a 

Why Should We Drown ? 7 o 5 /" 

Wilberforce (Canon) Health of, 21 ; 9 « 

Wigram (F.E.) on the Murder of Bp. Hannington, 
]& alOb 

Wilkins, Blyth and Dutton, on the Stepney 
Election Petition, 17 a 10 e 

Pease & Co., to be a Limited Company, 13 

m II 6 

Will the Bp. of London ExpUin ? 28i 9 /* 

Williaiiis (T.M.) on the South Wales Inspector- 
ship of Mines. 7 i 6d 

iHLLS AND BEQUESTS :-- 

Acton, Mr. Frances, 80 a 10 tf 

Barnard, Dame L L., 16 a 10 cf 

Bartlett, Edwin. Uj lie 

Beale. Re^. 8. C. T.. 9 a 10 e 

' Belli, Rev. C. A., 80 a 10 </ 

Blackett, Sir Edw., 80 a 10 d 

Brett, Mrs. J., 2 a 10 d 

Britton, Mrs. M. C, 28 m 11/ 

~ Brooks, R. A.. 8 m 6 e 

Buckeridge, Rev. A. N., 6 ; 6 ^ 

- — Budd, Edw.. 28 m 11/ 

-'— - Burges, Alfred, 22 tk IJ 

Burrell, Sir W. W., 8 m 6 e 

Christey, Henry, 6 ; 6 c 

Churchill, Misi F. C. 16 a 10 (2 

Ckrke, Wm., 22 m 7/ 

Cohen, Edward, 8 m 6 « 

Colling wood, Henry, 16 a 10 <f 

Coster, O. W., 28 m 1 1 y 

Cradock, Rev. E H., 2 a 10 </ 

Crosse, T. B.. 28 m 11 / 

Dawkins, Miss C. M. S., 26 / 6 e 

De ToVre Dia< Comitess, 9 a 10 ^ 

Dixon, Joshua, 23 a 6 e 

Dobie, W. H.. 30 a 10 rf 

Donaldson, Robert, 26 j 9 e 

Drake, Francis, 28 m 11 /* 

Durant, Rich., 5 ; 6 c 

ElHra. T. H., 28 m 1 1 / 

Falkland, Adm. ViscbuAt, 16 a 10 (/ 

-- — Fergusson, James, 6 j 5 c 

Fruhling, Mrs. F. C, 9 a 10 ti 

Gale, R, 2 a 10 c/ 

Qaskell, Samuel. 22 m 7/ 

Gillett, W. S., 80 tf 10 e 

Graystone, Rev, A. C., 5 ; 6 c 

Guilford, Earl of, 9 a 10 c 

-^ Hargreaves, J. D., 28 a 6 e 

Hayter-Hami^, Ret. H. Q., 16 a 10 (^ 

Healey, Mrs. Anne, 22 m 7 / 

Hibbert, J. N„ 2 a 10 rf 

Hoare, Joseph, 9 a 10 <t 

-: Illingworth, Mrtf. Helbn, 26 ; 6 <t 

Johnson, Sir W. O., 26 ; 6 c 

Lancaster, MlSS Eli^betb, 22 m 7/ 

Lloyd, Mrs. M. A., 9 a 10 r 

MaclTer, Chas., 16 a 10 </ 

OgiWie, Alexander, 9 a 10 <» 

- — Page. W. B.. 16 a 10 rf 

Reilly, Mrs. Mahala, 30 a 10 « 

•^-^- Richardson, Mrs. H. A., 9 o 10 d 

^^ Ricketts, Sir Henry, 5 ; 5 c 

•« — Romh, Wi». De Hague, 2&> ^e 



Willi and Beqneate (con/tnifea). 
-*— Rucker, Mrs. F. A., 80 a 10 < 

Salvin. M. C, 2 a 10 d 

Savill, Geo., 26 ; 6 d 

Sewell, Rev. H. D.. 26 ; 6 c 

Shadi^'eU, Adm. Sir C. F. A., 22 m IJ 

Sharpe, Col. J. H., 26 ; 6 o 

Stallard-Ponoyre, T. J„ 28 » 11 / 

Stradbroke, Earl of, 16 a 10 d 

Sturt, Col. C. N., 6 i 5 c 

Swinbtim, J. F., 2 ^ 10 d 

Taylor, Sir Henry, 18i 9 e 

— Tower, Major Francis, B j Be 

Turner, F. Q., 28 m 11 /* 

Vane, Sir H. M., 26 i 6 c 

Vernon, E., 2 a 10 d 

Vieilleville, Marquis de Scepeaux, 80 a 10 s 

Walpole, R. H. v., 8 m 6 e 

^— Wigram, Mrs. Mary, 28 a 6 c 

Wilde, Wni., 80 o 10 < 

Yule. Sir G. U., 2 a 10 d 

Wilson (Sir E.) Unveiling the Statue of, at Mar- 

. gate. 26 m 9 / 

Winchelsea, Mayoralty of. 27 a If 

Winchester College, Annual Examination, 21 d 



9d 



Mission, 26 m 4 c 



— — House Company, Report, 14 a 13/ 

Windsor, Visitors at, 8 a 9 /:— 22 m 14 6 

— • Albert Memorial Chapel, 14 a 11 1 — 19 a 

lis 

St. George's Chapel, 27 m 10 a 

State Apartments, Notices, 14 a 18 a — 27 

Bl 9 e— 29 m 15 6-31 m 9 <— 16> 11 d 

Visitors at, I m 9 e- 8 m 18 f 

Wine Trade, Franco- Spanisfc^ 20 a 5 b 
Winter, the Past, 22 m 8 6 
Wolseley (Lord) and the BUck Watch, 8 i 7 d 
Wolff (H. W.) on the London and Countieflf 

Liberal Union Meeting. 14 m 13 ./ 
Women as Poor Law Guardians, 16 a 6 d 
- — Graduates, 15 m 13 6 
Women's Liberaf Association, Meetings, 31 m 6 a 

for South Kensibgton; 28 m 1 1 /* 

Wood (M. M.) on the Eastern Crisis. 24 (i 10 e 
Woodward (Wm.) on the Proposed Street from: 

Gray's Inn Road to St. Joh^ Street Road, IL 

Work Girls' l^rotectibn Society. 8 m 4 / 
Working Cksses, Progress of, during the Last 

Fil'ty Tears, 28 a 18 a— 30 a 4 a 
— Lads' institute, Donation from' the Queen,- 

22; 9/ 
Men's Lotd's Day Rest Association, Lord! 

Htfrrowby at, 6 a 9 /* 
WREOKS:— 

of the Af>yasmia, 6 a 5 s 

of the Buta, at Newbury Port, 9 a 5 tf 

of the Caterina Doge, 7 ; 6 d 

of the Ly-ee-'Moon, I J 11 t 

of the Stiiwdate, 28 ; 10 d 

of the ToguM, 80 j 16 s 

of the Tacht Osna, 13 m 11 a 

see also Ship News 

WBJBOKB REGISTRY OOtTRT :-^ 

the Ida and the Marteih, 29 m 7 i 

the Lanodafe, 8 m 9 s 



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[AprU 1 to' 



Wreck! Begistry Court (eonttnwid), 

the Oregon, 17 a 12 ff- 19 a 9 /— 20 a 10 d 

—21 a 7/— 22 a 8 6—23 aSe 

Noteg on, 28 a 5 rf— 24 a 7 J 

the St, Athens, 18 m 12 6 

Wright (R. S.) on Intern atiooal Crime, 7 ; 4 / 

Wrongful Conyictions, 8 a 6 6 

Wurtemberg — Movements of the King, 27 m 9/ 

Wyatt (T. H.) on Publichouses in Shaftesbury 
Avenue, 6 m 6/ 

Wyllie (F. R. 6.) on the Liberal Central Associa- 
tion and Home Rule, llmlS f 

T. 

Tangtsye Insurance Association, 28 a 10 6 
98 



Yellow Fever at Caracas, 5/16/ 
Yorkshire Miners, Meeting of, 24 a 9 / 
Young (F.) on the Colonial Institute, 9/4 f 
Young*s Paraffin Light and Mineral Oil Company, 

24 m 11 6 

Z. 
Zancof (M.) on Russia and Bulgaria, 2 a 13 d 
Zenana Medical College, 10 / 10 / 
Zoological Society, Meetings, 23 a 5 /*— 21 m 10 

c— 18 / 9 e 
^— Additions to the Gardens, 25 / 4 c 

57th Anniversary Meeting, 30 a 10 e 

New Fellows, 24/11 6 

Zululand, 12 a 4/ 
Note on, 11 m 5 a 



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1886. 



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PALMERS 
INDEX TO "THE TIMES" MWSPAPER. 



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8Uai\iER QITARTBR— JULY 1 TO SEPrfiJIBER 30. 



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BitrvRSHOS. — Th$ Tlme$ Newspaper hATing a neparate paftoation to each nfrmber, the following method is adopted 
to salt it to any file: thns 6 J Ue means 8th Jaly, page 11, oolunm 5; the italie letter after the first flgw^ 
notiiig the month, and the italic letter (aooordlng to alphabet) after the second flgwe noting the 6olmnn of 
the page. 



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A. 

Abbeys, tee Ahciktt 

Abbott (C. N.) Paper on Hive ConBtruction, 6 a 

If 
^— - (William) on the Metropolitan Railway, 

21a 11 6 

A'Beckett (Arthur) on '• Florian,*' 17 ; 6 e 

Abereom (Duke of) on the Irish Question, 14 a 

10 6 

Aberdeen (Lord) Moyements of . 6 a 6/— 6 a 5/ 

Note on his Vioeroyalty, 6 a 7 a 

Abel and Imray, on Judges, Experts and Patents, 

18a8 6 
Abercromby (Hon. R.) Paper on Adam*s Peak 

ID Ceylon at the British Association, 7 « 10 a 
Aborigines' Protection Society, Memorial to the 

Rt. Hon. £. Stanhope, 29 « 8 c 
Abrahams (B. E.) on the London Police 0>urts, 

29 9'8e 
Abram (Edw.) on the White Terrace of New 

ZeaUind, 20 a 8 d 
Abyssinia and England, 12 ;' 4 rf 
^— and Italy, 7 « 6 « 

Pozzolini Mission to. Note on, 29 « 4 

King John of, 26 « 4 c 

— a nd Rus sian Church, 6 s 6 e 
AOGIDENTS:— 

at A jaccio Cathedral from a Report of Fire, 

Seyeral Persons Injured or Killed, 28 9 8 d 

Alpine, 28 ; 5 6— 20 a 8 /— 21 a 10 6—81 a 

8a 

Note on, 81 a 8 a 

— Mr. Alsqpp, Drowned off Greenwich, 10 s 
8a 

^ — Wm. Atkinson, Accidentally Shot Dead by 
his Brother, at Cllubmoor, near Liverpool, 9 
adf 

— Balloon Accident, in Switierknd, 18 a 8 6 
a Barrister, by his Gk)wn taking Fire while 

making an Application before the Master of 
theRoUs.22y8e 

— hi Belfast from the Albert Bridge Collapsing, 
16s8y— 17«o e 

Meeting on the Fall, 24 « 4 d 

Mr. Borchkarat, Killed on the Matterhom, 

11 a 10 6 



Aoddanta (eonUnued)» 

at Birmingham, by the Falling of a Heavy 

Iron Girder, at the Prinee of Wales Tbeatre, 

24>9« 
— - Richard Blay and James Pickett, Buried 

Alive while Sinking a Well, near Aldershot, 21 

Notes on, 24 a 10 6—28 a 10/ 

Boat Capsized in the Avon, near Stratford^ 

a Lady Drowned, $j Bd 
-^— at Battersea, a Man Drowned, 9 a 6 a 

belonging to H.M.S. Goshawk, 14 Livea 



Lost,2075d~27i7e 

on the Dee, at Chester, two Men Drowned, 



2a6j 
in 



the Derwent Water, Mr. S. Bell 
Drowned and Mr. £. Bathbone, 10 s 8 a— 11 • 
8c— 18«9/ 

at Dunbar Harbour, 9 Persons Drowned, 



18 ; 5 li 

at Eastham, near Chester, John MildreD 



Drowned, 16 a 6 e 

near Qrimerota, John Mactay Drowned, 



IIS80 

in the Holy Lock, Mr. M'CIeish and Mr. 



Stewart Drowned, 6 « 7 e 

on the Mersey, near Warrington, In- 



spector Berry Drowned, 80 s 4 6 

in the River Moy. near BaUina, Five 



Persons Drowned, 20 ; 10 e 

at Portland, Maine, and Seven Persona 



Drowned, 6 a 5 d 

off Seabam Harbour, Two Men Drowned, 



>ll 



18 #9/ 

near Sbeemess, Three Lads Drowned, 27 

d 

at Sligo, Four Persona Drowned, 17 a 6 c 

at Swansea, Two Men Drowned, 12 a 186 

at Troon, Three Lives Lost, 28 ; 6 d 

at Windsor, Mr. Thorpe Drowned, 80 a 



tic 



on the Tare, at Bramerton, Two Persona 

Drowned, 29 < 10 

— James Wm. and Rbsina Brooker, Two 
Children, Burnt to Death, at West Croydon, 
9; 7c 

— Camerano, Marquis Indsa de, Thrown from 



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PALMi2H*8 INDEX. TO ** TliK TIMES ** NBWSi'AI^Ett. 



[July 1 to 



Accidents (eontinved), 
hiM Horse during the Military Manceuvri^t? aJ: 
Berne. 16 « 7 e ^\ -. 

. at Carlsruhe, from a Four-storied HiJU-'Ci in 

Building Collapsing and Buryingxbe^WjLK'licnicn, 
l^a'S u .*•* \:-. - 

at Crarae Quarrie.^ oifLotll Fyne, to an 

Excursion Party whiltr ^yltnb88i^g the Opera- 
tions at, Several KitWdfy Uhoke Damp, 27 s 
6 d-*28 8 5 <f,-80 » oV' 
Not^on,'^i8 AoS 




s 10 6 

— Leo Druxer, Killed by Falling out of the 
Window, of his Hotel, at Interlalien, 19^7/ 

— in the liiver Eden, at Carlisle Castle. Three 
Soldiers Drowned, 2S s 5 h 

— in Edinburgh. Two Children Buried Alive 
by the Fall of HO Tons of Sands, near Beaver- 
bank Sandpits, 1 s K) r 

— at the Elswick Steel Works, to Two Work- 
men, by Leaving tlieir Tools in a Gas Flue» 
one Killed and the other in a Dangerous 
Condition, Us 12 6 

— Explosion at the Atlantic Giant Powder 
Works, near Brakesville. New Jersey, 3 ; 7 « 

of a Boiler at Baccarat, France, Five 



Persons Killed and Seven Injured, X s S d 

at Dieppe, Four Persons Killed 2 a A r 

at Stoneleigh Abbey, Warwickahire. 23 

of the Cartridge Magazine, near Ealing, 



j8c 



1 s 10 a 

of Fireworks, at Harlem, New York. 7/56 

of Gas, at Brown's ("orn and Seed Ware- 



house, Aston Uoad, Birmingham. 30 a 8 c 
in Pancras Lane City, 24 « 9 6 



of a Gun, during Target Practice, at Genoa 

Killing the Corporal and Wounding 11 Privates, 

15«7 e 

of Gunpowder at Lumley, Mrs. Law son, 



Killed and her Daughter Severely Burnt, 3 

V 11 c 

from Lightning at Laflin and Rands 

Magazine, at I hicago, 31 a 3 c 

■ of the Makry Government Powder Mills 
Killing 86 Workmen and Injuring many others, 
27; 6 c 

-of a Shell in St. Petersburg, Killing 16 



Persons and Injuring others, \6J o d 

at Westminster Palace, I ? 7 — 3 j 1 1 « 



Wm. Fleming, Killed by a Bull, near Kendal, 

25 a 11 a 
at the Gladstone Bridge, Sunderland. 30 s 7 « 

— Geo. Thos. Goodale. Drowned while Bathing 
at Twickenham, 23 add 

— Mr. Justice Grantham, by Breaking a 
Tendon of his Leg, while Playing at Cricket, 
at Barcombe, 27 a 6 s 

— Sir Wm. Hart-Dyke, from his Carriage be- 
coming Jammed between two Posts, at Sidcup, 
6>4e 

— llill, a Lad Named, Killed by Falling down 

4 



1 



Accidents (continued). 
a Lift, at the Cobden Hotel, Birmingham, 6 
89 e 

in Holborn. to an Elderly Gentleman, Ruq 

Over and Killed by a Hansom Cab, 29 s 4 e 

at Hull. Three Boys Drowned at the 

Victoria Dock Timber Pond, by the Raft they 
made Parting, it s 7 e 

Jas. Jackstm. Drowned in the Thames off 



Greenwich. 10 s 8 ti 

— Henry Jar vis. Drowned in the Leicester 
Swimming liatlus, 27 o '6e 

— Kieh. Jones*, Killed by the Bursting of a 
Cannon, at Newtown, Montgomeryshire, 25 a 

11./ 

i\)\. Naylor Leyland. Killed by the Acd^ 



dental l>ij)charge of his Son's Rifle, near Grave, 
Ro8s-6hire, 30 a 7 f* 

— Lennon and Quin. Suffocated by the Foul 
Air of a Chemical ewer Shaft, near Gateshead, 
lOfl 7 f 

— Mrs. Lock, Drowned while Bathing at 
Tenby, 4 s 9 ^ 

at Lyons, by a Tent Collasping daring a 



Performance, over 1,500 Persons being inside^ 
only a few Persons Slightly Hurt, 6 » »d 
— Mrs. M'Dermott, Accidentally Shot Dead 
by her Husband, in Edinburgh. 6 s 9 e 

a Man, Drowned while Bathing between 



Sandgate and Folkestone, 19 ; 10 / 

— Princess Margarethe. Thrown from her 
Horse while Riding at Potsdam, 5 a 5 cf 

— Maria Radna Church, Arad County from an 
Altar Cover Igniting. 14 s 5 c2 

— Marvin ^haft and Anthracite Mine near 
Scranton Cavet in Kdling and Injuring the 
Workmen, Vt s o h 

— Herr Max Munz, Killed by Falling ofif a 
Glacier, near Grindelwald, 31 a 8 a 

Note on. 2 5 1 2 i 



— Lt.-Co', Oliver Montagu. Thrown from hi» 
Charger, at \Vormwood Scrubbs. 22 ; 6 /" 

— John Murray, a Private, Killed by Falling 
from an Upper Window, in the Coldstream 
Guard's Infirmary, Westminster. 1 « 10 <• 

— at Neuilly Fair from the Wild Animalt 
Failing on M. Bidel. their Tamer and Devour<> 
ing Part of hi:* Body, 7 ; 6 «— 8 ) 7 d— 14 j5 b 

— in Nova Scotia, during the Launching of an 
Immense Kaft. at Joggins, 3 a 3 / 

— in Oxford Street, by the Fall of a House, 
Three Men Injured. 30 ; 7 6 

— the Marquis Pallavicini and Mr. Crom<> 
melin. Supposed to have lost their Lives in 
Trying to Ascend the Grosslockner, 6 j 5 «— 7 
;6 6-U; 6<i-l2/5e 

— at Peabody. Kansas from a Scaffolding 
Collapsing on which a Crowd had gathered to 
Witness a Display of Fireworks, 7 ; 5 5 

— Mr, C C. Perkins and Senator fivarta, by 
the Carriage Upsetting, near Windsor, United 
States. Mr. Perkins Killed, 27 a 6 s 

— at Plymoutli. by a Platform giving way 
during an Odd Fellows' Fete, at the Drill Hall| 
Two Persons Killed and Several Injured, 8 a 
7/ 

— Mr. John Pring. Drowned while Bathing, al 
Rofawr, Cardiganshire, 16 « 6 < 



Sept. SO, 1886,J 



PAI.MKR*8 INDRX TO ** THE TIMKS '* NEWSPAPER. 



Acq 



Aeddents (eontinttetl), 

MiM Ralli, Drowned in the River Beaulj, 

while Attempting to C/ross on a Pony, at 
Inverness, 1 1 s 8 r— 1 8 5 H / 

<— - at Kheims, from the Lightning Striking the 
Chimney of a KROtory. 13 r» 8 a 

— at the Koyal College of PhysiciRnft and 
Bargeons« on the Thnmes Embankment, by 
the Massiye Stone (Cornice Failing. 80 ; « 

Wm. Sharlot. Kilk-d by hi» Gun Acci- 
dentally going off, at Bedworth. 9 <» 1 1 r/ 

-> at Sheffield, by the Falling of a Wall in 

Meadow Street, Seven Children Killed and 
others Injured, 26 a 8 e— 27 a 8 / 

— Hon. Fred. Strutt, Thrown from his 4)og 
Cart and Seriously injured, at Belper, 2b « 4 6 
—29 # 6 e 

— at Sunderland, to Three Diver*, at the 
Gladstone-bridge, South Dock one Man 
Drowned, 80 « 9 e 

n Mr. £. Swift, Killed and his Brother In- 
jured, by the Carriage they were in. Throwing 
there out. near Dure More Inn. ShetlSeld, 4 a 7 /' 

•— Mr. Sykes, Drowned at (^owes llnrbour. by 
being Knocked off a Steam Launch 7 n II / 

at Target Practice in Gibruliar from a Shell 

Striking a Gunner. 29 / 6 / 

- — Alex. Weddell Drowned while Bathing, at 
Brighton, I 7 « 4 r 

Robt. Whittle. Killed by the Accidental 

Discharge of a Gun, near Gosport. 19 u 8 r 

Mr. W. A. Williams. Drowned while Bath- 
ing, at Dixton. 11 s 8 r 

Mr. Chas. Richard Wilson. Killed by Falling 

over a Cliff, near Dover, id / 6 o 
at Woolwich, Royal Arstenal. to Daniel 

Moriarty, by being Encased in Molten Sieel, 

I9j7/ 
, Funeral of. 22 ; 10 / 

Notes on. 20 / 8 c -22 / 7 6 



— Yacht Capsized off Sandy hook, Seven Per- 
sons Drowned, 2 a 8 e 
in Boston Harbour, Four Persons 



Drowned, 14 a 5 /* 

• Afoi/f Sinking of. in the Thames, near 

Pembroke Dock, one Drowned 2 s (J a 

— on the Yare. near Norwich, Collision of a 
Small Steam Launch and a Screw Pleahur^ 
Steamer 8 Men Drowned, 80 a 1 1 c 

ACCIDENTS— MINING:— 

Meteorology and Colliery Explosions, 18 a 

Id 

— at Bedford Colliery, West Leigh, Terrible 
Loss of Life. 14 a 5 e— 16 a 7 d 

1—— at Braysdown Colliery, near Radstock Four 

Lives Lost, 7 sS d 
— - Boiler Explosion^, Note on, 9 « 8 (2 
. at Kirkwood C'oUieries, one Man Killed 

and Two Injured. I s lo u 
. at the Plusha-bridge Mine, Two Lives 

Lost, 4 a 10./ 
. at Thomas's Colliery, Bloxwich Staff ord- 

thire, 7 a 6 d 
n at Coulodge Colliery, near Newcastle-on- 

Tyne, 19 a 9 r/ 

. at Dowlais, a Miner Killed. 2<5 j 6/ 

«*<- E^plofion in a Coal ,Pit, n^ar Schalke, 



Accidents— Milling (roniinued), 

Germany, 46 Persons Killed and 18 Injured, 

25 s 5 ; 
Bt T">ean Lane Colliery, Bedminster, 8 

Men Killed and ft- n Injired. 1 1 s 8 <y 
Two more Deaths. 13*6/ 



in the Konig Ludwig Mine, near Reck- 

linghansen. Seven Colliers Killed, 24 f 7 b 

at Longriggend Pit, Lanarkshire, one Man 

Killed, 28; Wd 

at Nantywen Colliery, one Man Killed, 26 

at the Rho Glas Colliery, one Man Killed, 

26 / 6 /• 

at Strafford Collieries, Bamley, Geo, Jack- 
son. Killed while removing Props, 18 a 10 c 

at Talke, North Staffordshire, by a Fall of 

Coal one Miner Killed and another Itijured, 
ISaH h 

Woodcnd Pit, Leigh, see Bsb9oxi> Coi*- 

LIERY 

ACCIDENTS -RAILWAY :— 

Mr. Fischer, by Looking out of a Railway 

Carriage Window on the Underground Railway, 
28 * 7 / 

Mrs. llesketh and her Child, Killed at 

Bescar Lane Station, near Southport. 6 u 10 a 

Richard James, Killed at Marasion, Corn- 
wall. 2U « 7 rf 

Mr. Thomas Kemp, by his Head being 

Smashed between Two Buffers, [^ s 10 / 

- a Lady, Killed, near Culham. 10 a 8 A 
Mr. U. W. Merryweather, near Castle Kden 

Colliery. 22 i« 10 ^ 

Mr. J. W. Smith. Kun Over and Killed, at 

Edge Lane Station, near Liverpool, 30 a 6 e 

at A8C()t Station. 18 a 10 r 

at Brockhole Junction, near lluddersfleld. 

13sU / 
I'einture Railway, near Montrouge, the 

Tunnel Falling in. 4 m 5 a 

near Chateau La Valliere. Two Persona 

Killed. 23 j 5 d 

near Dundee, to a Goods Train, 18 a 10 o 

at Grimshaw Haiiway Cro8»ing, by a Train 

Running into a Trap. Killing one Man and 
Seriously Injuring another, M 2 7 h 

at tile Liverp(x>l Exchange Station, 23^1 Oy 

near Lytham 2'6 a 6 d 

at Penistone, 3 « 7 / 

near Portadown, Ireland, Five Persons 



Killed and Tweniy Seriously Injured, 1 / 9 / 
— at St. Paul'ti Station. Blaoktriars, 23 n 6 d 

at Silver C'reek, New York, 18 Persons 

Killed and 40 Injured, 24 5 7 / 

near Stoneclough Station, to a Young Man 

Found Terribly Injured, 20 s 7 rf 

- in Switzerland. 9 ? 5 s 
— near Guin, 23 a 6 (/ 

in TMsmania. 5 ; 7 />— 27 ; 5 « 

Collision, at Bury Junction, 4 » 9 /* 

at Folkestone Harbour Station, 10 ; 12 / 

at FuUwood J unction, near Holytown, Q 



j 12 o 



near Jarnac, France, 2 Persons Killed and 



Six Injured, 'Sj 7 o 

near Mangotsfleld, 1 4 10^ 



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PALMCR*8 INDEX TO ^* THE TIMES '^ NEWSPAPER. 



[July 1 tq 



AoGidfintB— Bailwaj {rontinued). 

— Collision at Silver Creek, New York, 15 • 5 6 

— near Wurzburg, 2 ; 5 b — 6_; 6 b 
Acheen, Berri-Berri in, 10 « 8 € 

AcUod (A. H. D.) Paper on Working Men*! 
Co-operative Organizationa, at the British 
Association, Bs 10 b 
Acropolis and Mr. Gladstone, 14 « 7 e 
Across Africa— Lt. Gleerup's Jouraej, 18 a 8 a 

— 8 « 10 /• 
Actors' Benevolent Fund, Peiformanee at die 

Lyceum to Aid, I j 7 e 
Adderley (A. J.) on the Hurricane at St. Vin- 
cent, 8 « 3 c/— 1 1 1 8 6 

on the West Indies. 80 a 18 ^ 

Addison Mohn) on British Trade, 1 t 8 e 
«-— on tne Cblcagu CohTjntio*', 26 aSe 
-^•^ on the Irish Land Question, 6 t 8 6 
Additional Curates Society, Sj 7 d 
Addlestone. the Duchess of Teck at, 15 ; 10 s 
Adelaide (Bp. of) on the Adelaide Cathedral, 

Ha 9/ 
•^■^ Jubilee Exhibition, Royal Commission, 27 

• 9/- 
ADMIRALTY OOtTRT :— 

the Augusta^ *^7 ; 8 « 

the Clan Sinelair, 2\jnf 

^— the David J. AdanUf 7 t5e -17 s 5 e— 20 s 

6 «— 28 1 5/ 

— the JSastword, 7 a 7 « 
the £thelbert, 6 a 4 a 

the FideHo and the Cian Marintoak, 29> 3 e 

— the Harton, 6aS f 

' the International, 7/46 

— ^ the Naplu, 4 a 8 s 

— the Otreano, \7 i 5 e 

the Raithwaite Hall, 22 ; 8 « 

^-^— the Rinadove, 14 ; 12 c 

the G, £. fFbod, 9 aZd 

Afghan Boundary Commission, 18 a 9 /— 8 $7 f 

■ Note on, 6 a 12 e 

. Frontier, 20 i 6 rf— 21 / 5 e— 26 / 6 a— 27 / 

5 a~5 a 5 0—6 a 5 </— 13 a 8 «— 18 a 5 /— 23 
a 5 /-do a 6 a— 1 s 5 c— 18 « 6 a— 15 « 7 c— 
23 s 5 <.— 24 « 8 /* 

— — Kham-i-Ab, 1 « 4 a 

— Map Showing the Disputed Frontier, &c., 
1«46 

Afghanistan, CoL Lockhart's Mission, 5 ; 5 6 — 

16a 5 a 

and Badakshan, 21 $ 10 c— 28 s 5 / 

-^— and India, 31 a 8 6 

News about, 12 ; 5 £^—20 a 5 </~20 s 5 « 

^— and Russia, 16 a 6 a 

Africa, the Possibilities of Trade in, Note on. 20 

«18 6 
— ^ l£astem, Boundary Commission, 81 / 7 e 
•^— Italian Exploration in, 28 « 5/ 

— Exploration in the East, 1 ; 5 c— 2/ 5 </— 
24«8y 

by Signor Antonelli, 24 » 3/ 

Agar-EUis (L.) on Irish Rents, 30 a 4 6 
— -^ on Mr. Baldwin and Judicial Rents in Ire- 
land. 29 « 9 6 
Agricultaral Education Abroad, 9 a 12 a 
Caution to, about a Swindler, Note on, 29 



Agricultural Hall, Hagenbeek*s Ceylon Exhibi- 
tion at, 5 > 4 /— 22 ; 18 c 

Produce. 7 ; 1 1 6—14 ; 11 /'-22 ; 8 e -28 ; 

11 6~4a 11 6—11 a II /— 18a 12e— 25a4<l 
— I s 4 e-8 9 4 </— 15 « 11 </— 22 s 4 /— 29 s 
lie 

Savings and Loan Company, 14 ; 11 e 

Science Teaching. 9 a J « 

Summary Returns of Great Britain for 1886, 

19a9< 
Meeting of Committee of Cooneii for, 17 • 

7/ 
Aheame (J.) on the North Queensland Separa- 
tion Movement, 20 ; 5 e 
Aird (John) on Trade Unions, 9 87 J 

Congress. 6 s 8 e 

Aitchison (G.) on Restoration in Venice, 219 sT d 

on the Royal Academy. 19 a 8 /•> 2 s 8 a 

Alabama Coal. Iron. Land and Colonixatioa 

Company, 81 j 18 s 
Alaska Exploring Expedition, 14 s 7 c 

Expedition. 6 ; 7 /" 

Mountain Exploration in, 21 • 10 </ 

Seal Fishery, 21 s 10 <f 

Albama. News about. 8 a 8 (i— 24 t 8 cf 
Albert Hall. Concerts, 1 ) 10 b— 5 ; 12 

Notes on, 67 9 d— 19 1 7 e 

Meeting about a Supplementary Charter, 

16 / 3 s 

Madame Patti at, 16 / 6 c 

Palace, Annual Fete of the Police at, 13 a 

86 

Pigeon Show at. 8 s 1 1 e 

Albo-Carbon Light Company, 27 i 1! r 

Aicock (R.) on France, China and the Vatican, 

I8«8r 
Alexander (Rear-Adm.) on Mr. Gladstone and 

the Union, 24 ; 6 « 

Brothers (Limited), 29 « 11 < 

Alkali Works, Annual Report. 16 or 6 e 

Allen (Joseph) on the Charterhous^ School, 20 

Allhusen (W.) on the Currency Question, \Said 
AUiott (F. S.) Paper on the 'Dutch in South 

Africa. 4 s 10 < 
Allotments and Agricultural Holdings, Parlia- 
mentary Paper on. 31 a 8 a 
Alpine, a New Observatory Erected on the 
Sonnblick, 20 a 8 < 

Feat— Climbing the Sandspitxe, 8 s 8 6 

Alps, the Glaciers of, 80 a 4 6 
Alsace-Lorriane. Ejections in. 22 / 5 e 
AJCEBIOA— UNITED STATES:— 

AUska Exploring Expedition. 28 a 6 </ 

Albany, Bicentenary Celebration of the 

Town's Foundation. 19 ; 5 d 

Albany, Tercentenary Celebration of, 27 

^9/ 

Alien Landlord Bill, SuHd 

Allentown and Vaughansville Destroyed by 

a Great btorm. 81 j 7 <i ~2 a 4 c 

Anglo- American Extradition, 21 j 5 a— >83 

;5 a 

Text of. 21 i 5 a 

Mr. Phelps on, 21 f 5 a 

Apaches War, 8 « 5 « 

- Appointments, 9 1 5d 



Sept. so, 1886.] pauier's ikdex to *' the times** newspaper. 



Ame 



^comtimved). 

— Arrest of Anarchists at Chicago, 81 a 8 e— 
4s5e 

— Atlanta and Rhode Island, Prohibitory 
Liquor Law in Operation in S j 7 a 

— Atlantic Mills of Lawrence, Defslcations 
ofWUUam Gray the Treasuror, 18 a 5 e— 19 

— Attempted Murder of Gen. Augur at Wash- 
ington, 17 o 6 b 

— Baltimore Roman Catholic Ceremony at, 
when Cardinal Gobbons Receives the Biretta, 

— — Blaine (J. G.) on Protection and Free Trade, 
30 a 6 a— 7 » 5e 

— Boycotting, Severe Treatment of Practiuers 
of, 5 i 5 a 

Stamped out in New York by Imprison- 



ment, 10 ; 7 6 

Brodie Jumps from the New York Brooklyn 



Bridge into the Kast River for a Wager and 

Escapes Unhurt. 24 ; 7 a 

— Case of Major Smith. H » d d 

of a Woman Named Kobinson for Poison- 



ing her Son and Numerous other Persons, 16 
a6 a 

— Cattle Disease in New York. 10 s S d 

— Central Labour Union. 1 s 5 e^4 8 B e 

— Charter Oak lAfe Insurance Company, the 
President Embezzles a Large Sum, 28 « 5 c— 
24 s 8 e>-25 j 6 " 

— Chicago Anarchist Trinl, 18a5A— 21 a h f 
Convention. 16 o H a— 17 n 5 a — 18 a 5 a 



&y~19 a 8 a— 20 a 5 a~28 a 5 d— 24 aSc 
Platform, 21 a 5 a 



Chinese in, 1 4 o 9 / 

Cholera in. 80 a 6 o 

Cleveland, President, Veto, 24 a 6 « 

— on Political Officials. 16 / 5 c/ 



-^ Coal Combination. 21 j 5 h 
— Congress. Proceedings in. 8 i 7 n—(i i B n^ 
I4j5<7— 15;6« -16 7 6^—17/7 «-20;5 h 
— 2I7 5 6—22 ; 6 »— 24.; 7 a-26 / 6 ^-3) ; 5 
—4 a 6 e— 5 o 5 s— 6 a 5 r 

Morrison Surplus Renolutiun. 287 5 a — 



29./ 5 0—31 / 7 </— 2 u 3 6—7 ao d 

— Cotton Crop, II a 5 c 

— Crops In America. 12 ; 10 c— 11 » 9/ 

— Customs. 80 « 4 /' 

— Cutting, Mr.. Case of. 11 n 6 ft— 12 « 6 *— 
17 d 5 a— 11 s6«-20s6a 

Released and Proceedings Ended, 25 a o f 



— Cyclones in 1 8 « 6 / 

— Mr. Davitt's Address to the Irioh Socii ties 
of Chicago, 1 6 a 6 ti 
British Stv'iiographer Noting nil his 



Speeches, 7 t 5 r 

in California, \7 8 S h 



— Diplomatic News. 20 « 6 s 

— Dynamite Outrage. Supposed, in New York. 
28/5 

— Dynamiters Preparing for England, 2 a 4c 

— Elections, 16 /'8 

— Emigration to Topolobarobo. 27 s 5 /* 

— Extradition New Treaty with England, 17 
/ 7 o— 19 / 5 rf— 24 7 7 ri— 80 ; 5 a— 7 ao d 
and England, 24 s 8/ 



America {''ontinued). 

EceUior Geyser in Montana, 1 1 5 e—2 t 64 

Farmers Congress at MinLesota, 28 a B d 

Finances, 2«) j 5 d 

Fisheries Question, 8/7 ^—18 aB f 

Foreign Trade, 24 / 7 » 

Forest Fires in, 1 1 a 5 r? 

in Wisconsin, 13 u 8 d— 17 a 5 6 

Fourth of July Celebration, 7 / 6 ft 

Free Trade f^eague in New York, 14 a 6 e 

Gales and Flofxls in, 28 a 5 e 

GlMilstone Fund, 27 j Ba -28 9 B a— 29 jBa 

—2 a 4 f — 18 « 6 a 
Grain Markets in. 8 / 7 rf— 21 /6s 

Great Storm in Texas, Si) 8 S f 

Home Kule Agitation. 8 ; 5 ft 

ilnngarian La()ourers Hut Burnt down 

with its Nine Occupants, near WiUiamsport, tt 

8 (J d 

Immigrants in, 22 ; 5 d 

of lioamaniaii Hebrews, 22 t 6 s 



— Indians on the War Path, 80 s 4 ft 

— Irish- American Revoiutionista Meet Secretly 
in New York, lo « o ft 

Boston C*ommittee Closes its Business, 20 



jB ft 



6 e 



Delegates in New York, 27 ; 6 a— 29 /6 a 
National League, 8 a 3 6—18 t 5 /— 20 9 



Parliamentary Fund, 6/6 <i— 8 7 5 ft— 12 

/ 5 r/--14 1 5 /-— 2U n :i c— 16 * 3 rf-25 * 5 d 
Mr. Henry Irving and Miss Ellen Terry in 



N^w York, Had ft-80 a d a 

— Knlb (lianmde) Status of. at Annapolis, 
the Unveiling of by Secretary Bayard, 18 a 5 s 

— Knights of Labour Conspiracy, 81 a 8 c 
Meetings of, 1 t 6 c 



— Labour Day. C'elebration of, 6 80 e 

— Lake bhore Railway, Attempt to Upset, 18 

8 5 / 

— Lawless Treatment of Indians by. 12 a 4 s 

— Legislature. Foreigners in, 4 s 12 

— and Mexico, 2 a 4 c — 6 a o <— 6 a 5 e — 14 a 
5 d—\6 ft da 

MiscelianottS News, 9^' 6 d^7 a B cf— 19 a 



8 e-20aB d 

Natural Gas at Southside, Sudden Stoppage 



of. 4 jf 5 s 
— New York, Churches and Charities in, 20 a 

13 / 

Courts and the Boycotters, B j B a 

Hoffman House Committee, 14 / 6 ft>9 



a o f 

'■ Mr. Henry George Nominated by the 

Socialist fjabour Party for Mayor, 14 t 5 ^ 
Stock Market, 12/6 e 



— Nicaragua Canal Treaty, 8 a 3 <f 
Oleomargarine Bill, 2rt / 6 a 

— Pennsylvanian Republican Convention, 2 
/6 6 

— - Porter (Gen. Fitzjohn) Re-instated in the 
Army. 2/6 ft— 8/6 ft 

Portland, Maine, Centenary of the Founda- 
tion of, Celebration of, 6/60 

— Pottery Manufactures in, 2*6/ 

Power of the Irish in American' Cities, 28 a 

7ft 



Ame 



PALMKR's index to " THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[July 1 Co 



America {contintted), 

President, Movements of. 17 o 6 a — I « lOc 

— ^ Hunting Excursions, ^ s 6 d 

— Produce, Statistics oU\ii > o d 

Public l>ebi, 3 i 7 «-») « 4 A 

Kailway News. 30 ; 5 c— 12 a 5 «~28 s 5 /> 

—24 s 8 c 
^— Revenue Receipts. 1ft « 3 /i 
^^ Rich Lands in. Statistic^* of, \A n 9 e 
— ^ Sandy Hook Entrance to New York Harbour, 

Effects to Deepen. 6 ; 6 i 

— Scribner's Magaxine, New Monthly. 12 ; 3 e 

— Southern States, Progress in, 30 / <> d 

— Strike of the Convicta at Work in Coalpits, 
15 / 5 d-ie J 5 b 

Strikes, 10 / 7 6—25 a 6 /*— 26 <i 3 « 

Socialists in 21 s 10 //— 22 /t \0 d 

^— a Three Americas Exhibition, 2() a 4 6 
Trial of Anarchists. 21 ; 5 6— 2;i j5a 

Tiichnie in Indiana. 11 « 5 « 

^— at Town Lake, near Chicago Attempt to 
Blow up a Signal Tower on the Lake Shore 
Railroad. 13 « 5/ 

Volcano, Supposed, in, 10 .«» 3 e 

American Citizenship, the Abuse of, 18 a 7 b — 
23 alb 

Freight W«r, 17;7r/ 

— NeW8pa|>fr Pre^s, Growth of, 2G o 4 A 
Stock MHrki't. 23 « 6 / 

Arooor River Navigation Conipnny. 17 a 11 e 
Amsterdam, Rioting in. 27 ; 5 e— 28 ; 5 a— 21) ; 

n '1—31; 7 d 
Ancient, Abbeyfi, Churches), Buildings &c.,Notc8 

on the Preservation of, 1 » 13 c — 7 5 3 j — 8 s 

11 d-13« 13r— 21 »3/ 

— Monuments. Notis on, 20 a 13 r— 25 a 3 e 

— Mosaic, at Monte Veiiere. Tuscany, 2*.i h 9 / 
Anderson (JameM)on Telegraphtc Keforin. 9 y 4 /' 
(^J. G. S.) on the Eastern and Australian 

Mails, 17/1 4/ 
Andrew (W. PJ on the Advance of Russia 

Towards India. a 10 e 
Angelo (Michael) Manuscript Letters, &c. of. 10 

58 /» 
Anglo- American Commercinl Treaty. 25 # o « 

— Land Mortgagts and Agency C'onipany, 23 
3 1 1 #/— 29 8 \\ h 

Anglo-Indian Grievance. Note on. 27 ; 10 s 
AnglO'Jewish llimtorical Exhibition, 4 s 8 6 
Anglo-Spanish Commercial Treaty, 14 a 12 a — 

18 a 9y 
Convention and the Wine Duties, Note on, 

18 a 10 « 
Animal and Steam Power. (\)st of, IS a 10 /" 
Annam. M:)Dsacre of (/hristians in. II « 9y 
Antarctic (Mrcle, Note on, V6 » 6 d 

Explorati Ml. 20 a rt / 

^— Note on. I M « 7 e 

Anthropological lii.<«titute. Papers Read before, 

14; 6/ 
Anthropologi(>t. (^uriou<« Resi>arches of an. 21 « 36 
Antiquarian Discovery in Burnley, Note on, 29 

• 4/ 
Antiquities at Athens. Note on. 13 s 3 e 
Ants, Winged, Notes on, 7 a 10 (/— 9 a 6/— 10 a 

bd 
Apothecaries, Society of, List of Past Examiiia- 



tions, 2/11 rf-9 i 18 «— 17 J 4 A— 23 / 8 »/— 30 
7 7 ft— 6 a 4 /— 13 a 9 /"— 20 a 1 1 6—27 « 3 r — 
4«4o— I0»3e -18« 12<l-24»4/ 

Arbitration, a Council and High Court of, Note 
on. 18 a 7 </ 

Arbitrator— a New Calling, 14 a 8 a 

Arbuthnot (Rer. G.) on Stratford-oa-Avon 
Church, 31/85 

Arch (JosJ and Lord Dartmouth 9 a 4 a 

Archaeological Congress at Chester, 12 a 8 </— IS 
a4 6_14a7</-16Q 10/— 17 a 5/— 18 ti 11 f 

Discovery near Hull. 7 a 9 « 

in Hy the Church. Kent, 29 ; 10 d -4 a 4y 

near Worms. 20 ; 5 c 

Archaeology in Italy. 24 / 6 a 

ABCHES, &o. OOITIIT:— 

Ahier. Rev. Philip, 16 f 6 s 

— Bell-Cox, Rev. J as., for Ritualistic Practices, 
16i6e 

FitzRoy, Rev. E. A.. 24 / 1 1 d 

Arctic Ex|>edition— Col. Gilder and Mr^GriflSths 

Start to lieach the North Pole, 13 ; 5 a — 14 j 

5«-15/5«-ll s9 / 
Argvll (Duke of; MovemenU, Ac. of, 9 / 9/— 23 

aid 

— on America and the Irish Question, 12 ) 8 c 

Letter to Mr. Puleston. 4 « 10/ 

on the Tiree Crofters. 27 / 7 5—81 > 9 <f 

Armenia, Brigandage in. 7 / 6 e 
Miscellaneous News, 28 ; 5 </ 

— - Reforms in. 30 n 6 a 

Armit (R. H.) on British Ordnance. 19 / 13 n 
on the Accident at Woolwich Arsenal, 20 



;8r 



on H. M. Ship A ar, Di-abled, 15/11/ 



Armitage (E.) on the Royal Academy, 17 'i 8 d 

—30 a 3 /— 6 s 4 /' 
Armstrong, Sir W. G.. Mitchell* Co.cLiroited), 

24 » 8 t 

on the Ordnance Department, 26 / 8 5 

Army and Navy Co-operative Bread Company, 28 

n \\ b 
Arnold (Arthur) on the Business of I*arliament» 

10 a 10 e 
on the Free Land Lengue, 18 t 10 « 

on the Meeting of Parliament, 28 i 6/— 

30 ; 8 </ 

(A. J.) on Religious Liberty in Austria, 2G 

o 9 t 

(T.)on the Oxford Laymen's League, 17 

aX d 

(Matthe) Report on Elementary Education, 

30 ; 9 /• 

on After the Elections. 6 a 12 a 



Arnold- Porster (M. ().) on the Repeal of the 
Union Conspiracy Pamphlet. 25 a 11 s 

Arnott (John) on an Alternative Policy for 
Ireland, 26 / 7 r 

Art4»sian Boring for the Southampton Corpora- 
tion Waterworks, 4*8// 

Ashbourne (Lord) on Mr. Morley and the House 
of Lords. 2 7 5c 

Anhley (E.) on the North Dorset Election, 20 / 5 
p— 26 / 4 / 

Ashmead-Bartlett (— ) at Sheffield, 28 / 10 d 

Address to the Electors of Sheffield, 9 a 10 5 

Asia Minor, 16 « 7 e 



Sept. 30, i886.] 



PJLLKER^S INDEX TO '* THE TJKB8 NEWSPAPER. 



Bad 



Asiatic Society of Beogal, Ladies Admitted as 

Members. A a 5d 
Asssm Railway and Trading Company, 22 f U d 
Associated Chambers of Commerce, Meeting, 9 

;76 
Asquith (H. H.) on Father Fahy's Case, 20 s 7 / 
Astronomers in the Stone Age, 81 a 7 /* 
Atkins Filter and Engineenng (^ompany, 22 / 1 1 

«— 19 a9e 
Monuments at St Paal's Church, Clapham, 

Note on, 23 ^r II « 
Atlantic First T^eased Lines Rental Trust, 9/1 1 c 
Attwell (Henry) on the Dog Regulations, 23 a 

13 d 
Audulwn Society for the Protection of Birds, 

New York 24 a 7 e 
August Bank Holiday, 28 ; 7 6—8 a 8 // 
Austin (J. E. II.) on the Civil Service Bread 

Company, 2/11 b 
AUSTBALIA:— 
Adelaide Cathedral, Note on, 14 a 9/ 

Budget, 1 i 6 c 

Jubilee Kxhibition, the Prince of Wales 

United to. 5 ; 7 b 

Notices about, 2 « 6 6 



— Extraordinary Prodigies of Nature a Tan Cat 
and Black Kabbit. 9 « 13 </ 

— Free Trade, 25 a S b 

— and Mr. Gladstone's Home Rule Scheme, 
13>3<i 

— Golifieldtt. 25 a 3 6—15 s \\ d 

— International Exhibition at Addnide, to 
Celebrate the Queen's Jubilee. 31 ; 8 c 

— Labour Market, Note on. 27 « 4 e 

— Legislative Proceedings, 9 « 13 c 
— --^ In Adelaide, 26 a 4 c 



— Manufacture of Woollen Goods, 9 5 \3 d 

— Melbourne, New Bishop of, 26 a 4 e— 9 s 9 
/-~29 « 9 / 

— Miscellaneous News, 1878 a— 9 « 13 c 

— and New Hebrides, 25 o 3 6— 16 » 3 / 

— New U. Catholic Bishop of Melbourne. 30 « 4 6 

— from •• Our New South Wales Correspon- 
dent,** 23 / 4 a— 11 a 13 o— 16 a 8 a 

— Rainfall General Throughout the Colonies, 
4i6/-28;5 

— Sheep Farming, 9 * 13c 

— Victorian Budget. 22iSd 
Western. News, 29 « 9 / 



see also New South Wales— New Zea- 

JLAKD — Victoria— Queensland, &c. 
Australian Mining Companies, see Mining 

Agricultural Company, \oj\) c— 2' / 10 6 

Postal and Telegraphic Reform, 2 « 1 2 d 

and New Zealand Mortgage Company, 8 s 

12c 
AU8TBIA :— 
Annual Com and Seed Market, 23 a 6 </— 

31 aSff . 

Synod of Old Catholics at|Vienna, 31 a 3 s 

Appointmentft, 6 j 5 a— 17 ; 7 c 

Autumn Manoeuvres in, 17 a 5 </— 28 a 

5 e— 10 « 8^— 16 8 8 e— 17 « 3 c 
Brigandage in the East, 18 a 5 d—2\ a 5 / 

— <— Duke of Cambridge in, 7 s 5 a— 9 so e— 17 
s3r— 18«5s 

-»— Princess Cletilde at Baden, s5 e 



Austria (coniniued). 

Cholera in, 16; 5 c— 29 ; 5 «— 80; 6 6-7 a 

5 a— 12a 5 6 

Commemorative Fetes in Vienna, 14 a 5 c 

Convict Prison at Stein, 17 a 12 c 

Count Kalnoky in, 31 a 8 6 

Court News, oj5d -26 / 6 o— 27j 5 c— 16 

a 5 « 

Kmperor's TiCtter to M. Tisza, 13 a 8 c 

Illness of the impress, 3/7 6 

Koy»l Betrothal, 16 ; 3 c 

- Diplomatic News. 2/5 a— 6 i 5 d 

Kxhibition of Kcciesiastical Art Objects to 

be held in Vienna, 1 2 a 5 c 
and Germany, li) ; 7 c 

— Hoax on the Newpapers on the Railway 

Concessions, 13 o 8 c 

I>gi!«lati%'e Proceedings 80 s 4 a 

*' Madonna" 14th Century Fresco discovered 

in. 16 / 5c 
a Man Named Pilcher Ascends to the Golden 

Pinnacle of St. Stephens* in Vienna and Plants a 

Flag and Garland of Flowers on its top, 19 a 3 df 
Award to 21 a 5 e 

Meeting of Ministers in Vienna, 26 ; 5 

New Telegraph Tariff, 2 / 5 a 

Electrical SUtion, 3 » / 5 6 

01 J C^arholic Church. Eii^ht Synord of, 9 «5s 

— »■«— Movement in, Note on. 25 s 6 d 

Pilgrims to Lourdes grossly insulted at 



I 



Lyons. 1 3 n 3 c 
Position of. 24 « ft a 

the Press of on Uussian Encroachments, 19 

aSti 

Heligions Liberty in, Note on, 26 a 9 / 

Ui^signations, 1 7 / 7 c 

and Koumania, 1 1 « 5 / 

anil Uussia. '29 / 5 r 

Theatrical News, 2 « 5 /— 3» 3 s— 6 s 6 c— II 

s 5 e 

University Ueforra \S n H e 

Vienna, the Last Execution by Breaking 

on the Wheel, 1786 at, S s '6 d 
Austrian-Coni<u Expedition. 27 « 6 6 

Embassy, 5 / 7 f—7 ;— 7 / 9/ 

Austria- Hungary N*ews, 20 ; 5 a— 22; 5 c— 29 » 
6 r_30 / 6 0—3 a 3 c- 4 a 6 d— 5 a 5 d— 6 a 5 
6—9 a 5 e— 12 a 5 r— 13 u 8 c— 14 a 5 c— 16 a 
5 e— 18 (/ 5 (f — 19 a 3 d— 20 a 5 d— 21 a 5 s^ 
30 a 6 6- 2 « 5 e— 4 s 5 e— 6 s 6 c— 14 s 5 d— 
15 « 5 c— 18 8 5 e— 20 s 6 6-27 s 6 6—28 s 3 s 
—29 8 6 (1—30 J 4 o 

Heterogeneous Elements of, 7 a 18 a 

Lloyds, 7 * 6 d 

A ustro- Hungarian Lessons on Home Rule, 27 i 
12 o 

and Ireland, 16 a 8 a 

Aveling (Dr. J. H.) on the Hospitals and the 
Col(»nial Kxhibition, 2 a 6 c 

Aylesbury Dairy Company — Commercial Hus- 
bandry, 15 s 18 a 

B. 

Badakfihan, Hamoared Occupation of by England 

8 1 5 6— 12 a 5s 
Baden-PowcU (G.) on Mr. Gladstone's DedstoD, 
17; 12/ 

9 



Bad 



PALMKR's index to " THE TIHES " NEWSPAPEB 



[July 1 to 



Bad«n-Powell(G.)oii the Meeting of Parliament, 
31 ;• 7/ 

- on a Possible Profipramme, 22 ; 6 e 

on the Proposed Imperial Institute, 24 j 8 6 

Bagenal(P. n.)on ParnelUte DeniHls, 16 ; 8 // 
Bflgslate MMnufucturin^; Company. 8 s 12 e 
BHKwell (R.) on an AlternatiTe Policy for Ire- 
land. ;.0 / 4 / 

on Mr. Butt's Borne Rule v, Mr. PanielVs 

Home Kule. 2i)aZd 
Bailey (Dr. G. il.) Paper on an Apparatus for 
Maintaining Constant Temperatures up to 
500 d<^g.. at the British Association, 9 s 10 6 
Baker (6ir S. >\.)on Batoum aud Cyprus, 17 j 
6 a 

on Our Rifles, 14 « 8 </ 

Baldwin (Profest^or Thos.) on Rent and the 
Iribh Commissions, 26 « 9 e 

tlie ^ub-Commission^ Note on, 20 s 7 a 

on Rent in Ireland, 18 « 10 a— 29 s 10 6 



Balfour of Burleigh (Lord) on Mr. Campbell- 
Bannennan and the Irish- Americans. 9 j 1 d 
Ballooning from France 81 .; 8 e — 15 « 10 a 
Accident in Switzerland' 16 a 6 6 

Channel. 29« lOe 

in the Gulf of Finland, 18 n 4 (f 

Lost Balloon, Note on, 2G a 4 ^ 

Van Tassel's Monster, 14 a 9 / 

Bank Holidays. 28 i 7 6 

- Hours, Notes on, 7 s 3 a — 9 s 6 e 
Banks, Closing of the London, at 2 o'Clock on 

Saturday, 28 « 8 e 
Banking, List of Bankers intending to Ck>se at 
2 o'clock on Saturdays. 28 a 1 1 6 

Notes on, 31 a 9 &— 8 s 12 a 

BANKING:— 

Alliance. 8.; 11 A 15/11 a— 20/ lie 

- Anglo-Caliifornian, 28 u lib 

Anglo- Foreign Banking Company, 1 i 116 

in Australia, Quarterly Return, 27 ; 4 a 

Australian. 6 « 1 1 6 

Joint Stock, 23; 1 1 A 

Bank of Africa, 30 s 8 6 

of Australasia, 17 « 9 a 

of Bengal, 9 ; 11 6 

of Bombay, 8 1 1 1 6—9 sbb 

of British Columbia, 28 ; 1 1 «— 14 a 11 6 

^— of British North America, 95 116 

of Egypt. 16; 11 6 

of England ATerage Stock of Bullion held 

by, &c., I 7 1 1 6 

Forged Notes, Letters on. 28 ; 1 1 o 

Imports and Exports of Precious Metals 



see each Wteklif Retton^ untier Money Makkut 
- Meeting of the Count of Directors, 1 7 $ 



He 



- Notes in Circulation, Heturns as given 



Weekly 

' Weekly Returns, 2 ; 1 1 6 & e— 2 j 1 1 6 

& c— 16 ; 11 A ^c I — 23i 11 6 & c— 30 / 1 1 6 & c 
—6a 11 6&/--I3fl9 6— 20 a U 6— 20 a 12 « 
—27 a 96— 27 a 9 c— 3 s 10 6 & o— 10 *9&« 
— 17«8«— 17 s9 6—24*96 

of France. Weekly lietums. 2 i II 6—9 i 



n 6—16; 11 6—23; 11 c— 30; 116— 6 a 11 6 
12 a 116— 13 ri 9 6— 20 a 11 6— 27 a 7 6— 10 « 
9 6— 17 s 9 6-24 s96 
10 



Banking (continued). 

Bank of Live pool 13 j 11 6 

of London, 1 jl 1 6 

of Madras, 7 ; 11 a-3 » 3 a 

of Netherlands. 15 » 7 « 

of New South Wales, 7/11 *-14 o 11 * 

of Spam, 8 ; 11 f-15 ; 11 6-28 ; 11 6— 

29/11 6— 5 a 11 6—19 a 9 6—26 a 10 6—8 # 
10 6—9 8 1 1 a— 16 s 10 6—23 a 1 1 6—80 a 8 6 

of Sydney, 1 * 11 6—16 « 10 a 

of Victoria, 4 a 1 1 6 

Bankers' Clearing House, in each Week^s 

paper, after Bunk of Engltnd 

Birmingham Bankiiig Company, 7j II a 

Dudley and District, 7 t 1 1 a 

and Midland, 6/11 6—7 / 11 6—20 / 11 e 

Bradford District,' 19 i 11 a 

Old Bank, 19 ; 11 a 

Bristol and West of Eng|andBank, 3/13 a * 

Capital and Counties Bank, 22 ; ll'6--29 

/ 1 1 h 

Carlisle City and District Bank, 10 i 18 6 . 

—27 / 1 1 6 

Central of London, 9/11 6-16 / 11 d 

Chartered of ludia, Australia and China, 

30 «8 6 

City. 7/11 a-14jl1 6— 21 j 10 c 

Colonial, 2 / 11 6-16/ U d 

of New Zealand, 12/11 a-SO ; 11 6—24 



s96 



Commercialof Australia. 4 a 1 1 6—26 a 10 a 
of Sydney. 21 i 10 6—2 j 12 6 



Comparison of the Position of the Bank of 

England with Consols and French Rentes, sm 
after Rink of England^ in each ioeek*» paper 

— - Consolidated, 6 ; 1 1 a— 7j 116 

Craven Bank. 24 / 14 a 

Delhi and London. 28 s 9 6 

Derby Cummercial. t\ j iO e 

English, Scottish and Australian Chartered, 

27? 11 c— 19; 11 a— 28/ 11 6 

Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co., 18 a 9 6 

Halifax Commercial, 19 ; 11 a 

Joint Stock, 7/11 o 

and Huddersfleld Unioa 2 / 11 6 

Hung Kong and Shanghai, 5 tf II 6—23 s 

11 a 

- Imperial, 6/11 6—10 ; 13 6—14 ; 11 d 
Ottoman, 1 / 12 a 

- International Bank of London, I / 11 6 
Lancashire and Yorkshire, 9/11 6 

Leeds Exchange Discount Bank, 21/10(r 

and County, 20 / 1 1 6—21 / 10 a 

Lloyds. Barnetts and Bosanqueta, 13 ; 11 6 

Liverpool Commercial, 6 j 11 a 

Union Bank, 5 / 11 a 

London Joint Stock, 2/11 6— 16^ 11 6 & t 

Trading Bank, 297 1 1 c 

and C/ounty, 23 / 1 1 6—80 / 11 6— 6 a 11 rf 

Paris and American Bank, 19 a 9 6 

and ProTincUl, 18/11 6— 22j 11 d 

^— and South Western, 4 a 1 1 e 

and Westminster, 2/11 6— 22> 7 6-22 

j 11 c/— 16 a 11 a 
and Yorkshire, 9y 11 6 

Manchester and County, 12 / 11 a 

and Lireri)ool, 9i 11 6 



Sept 30, 1886.1 palukr's index to ^^ thb times '' newspaper. 



Baa 



Banting (roniinwfi), 

Mercantile of Sydney, 2 « 12 6 

Merchant Banking Company of London, 2 

a 9a 

Munster Bank, 27 i 7 d 

and Leinster. 13 a 9/ 

National, 15 ; 1 1 a 

of Italy, 6; 11 6—27; 11 6-4 a 11 A-11 



a 11 6—23 a 11 6-31 a 9 6—6 s 11 6—16 s 10 
a— 17«9 6—25* 11 6 

Bank of New Zealand, MjW d 



— New York Associated Banks, 9 a 5 / 

— North Eaatem Banking Company, 14 ; U 6 
— 2a9(i 

— North and South Wales Bank, Sy 18 a 
Western of Liyerpool, 6^ 11 h 



Oldhaui Joint Stock, 6 i 1 1 6 

Orient .1 Bank Corporation, 31 7 18 6 

New. 8j 13 6 

Preston, 23 Ml 6 

Priyate and Joint Stock Banks, Circulation 

Returns. 1 ; 11 6—2 a 9 6—1 s 12 6 

Provincial of Ireland. 17/14 6—27 ; 1 1 6 

Queensland National. 80 ; 11 6—7 « 11 6 

Koyal Bank of Ireland, 20 s 11 b 

Exchange Bank, 2 a 9 e 

in Madagascar, 15 j 5 e — 16 8 S d 

Sheffltfld and Hallamshire, 19 / 1 1 y 

Southport and West Lancashire Banking 

Company, 30 a 116 

State of Shares in Companies, «e« every 



day's paper 

-* Stuckey's Banking Company, 81 ; 18 a 

— Swansea, 6 7 1 1 6 

— Union of Australia, 14 ; 11 6—11 <^ 11 6 
of London, 6/11 a — 9 / 1 1 6 

— — — New Branch in Tottenham Court Road, 
9> 11 6 

of Spain, 28 1 II 6 



BANKBUFTOIES :— 

Aarons, Aaron, 4 « 12 b 

Abbott, J. N., 4 a 8 e 

Adams, Arthur, 1 < 12 cf 

Wm., 81 ; 10 6 

M. B., 29 « 12 rf 

Adie, J.. 25 « 12 b 

Airey, Joseph, 4 # 12 6 

Aitchison, J., 22 « 1 1 a 

Akers, John, 8 j 18 « 

Alcock, Henry, 11 a 10 </ 

Alexander, Geo., 4 « 12 6 

Samuel, 14; 10 6 



Bttnkmptciea {continued^ 

Ashby. Wra., 17 ; 10 6 

Ashley. H. G. D., 4 j 12 b 

- Aspland, Chas. J., 29 « \% d 

Aston. C. H., 7 a 12 rf 

Atherton. Ann, 21 / 11 6 

rsaac, jun., 14 a 12 6 

Atkins. Elijah, 21 a \\ e 

Stephen, 4 « 12 6 

- Atkinson, G. W., 28 / 12 e 
U. J., 22* 11 6 

Aubrey, E. R., 4 « 12 6 

Aveline. J. H.. 25 a 12 e 

Aves, E. A , 7 ; 12 « 

Ayr ton, Wm., 21 o 1 1 « 

Ayshford, J. 8., 24 / 18 c 

Babbs, Samuel. 7 /12 « 

Baigent. C. A., 24 ; 13 c 

Bailes. B. S., 22 « 1 1 6 

Bailpy. Richard, 28 a 11 e 

Baillie, P . 4 a 8 6 

Bain. J., 1 sl2c 

Baitup, James, 22 t \\ d 

Baker, E. B., ih $ \B d 

T., 3i 13 d 

Ball W. T., 7 / 12 « 

Wm., 14 o 12 6 



Allen, Fred., 28 > 12 
H. L., 28^ 12 c 



Ballinger, Edw., 24 / 18 e 
Balls, C. B.,81 18« 
Bamford. Thos., 7 / 12 « 
Banks. James, 3 ; 13 « 
Banwell, Edwin, 4 a 8 c 
Barker, James, 7 a\2d 
Barlow. Thus., 4*126 
-^ and Mary, 7 / 12 « 
Barnard, T. J., 1 * 12 </ 
Barnet, S., Son & Co., 22 s 11 d 
Bamett, Henry, 7 a 12 «^ 
Barr, J. R., 25 « 12 6 
Bartlett, O., 28 a 1 1 c? 

— H. H., 28all« 
Buntcw. Walter, \t\2d 
Barton, David, 25 a 12 « 

— Eliz. A. and J. A., 22 s 11 5 
Barwick, J. E., 11*12 6 

Wm.. 8 s 11 e 



AlUn, Wm., 10/14tf 

Allsopp, J. H., 11 a 10 c/ 

Altoxt, T. C, 26 a 12 e 

Alyerti, J. N., 11 a 10 d 

Anderson, W. J., 21 a 1 1 « 

Andrew, Rich., sen., 15 * \2 d 

Thos., 25* 12 



Andrews, Henry, 4 a 8 c 

— James, 1 * li ^ 

— Wm., 18 a 12 <j 
Anear, F. A., 7 a \2 d 
Applegarih, Thos., 1 * 12 cf 
Archer, Thus., 22* 11 6 



Bttss. J. R., 4 a 8 e 

^— Baswitz, Hermann, 18 a 12 cf 

Batchelor, A. B., 11 * 12 6 

Bate, Wm., 25 * 12 e 

Bates, J. F., 28 ; 12 c 

Bawden, Cornelius, 7 / 12 « 

Baxter, B. R., 24 > 18 e 

Wm., 22*11 b 

Bayfield, Joseph F., 17 / 10 6 

Bay ley, J. G., 11 * 12 6 

Beacham, J. E., 25 * 12 c 

Beale, B. G., 17 ; 10 6 

— Beckett. W. C, 7 f 12 s 

Beckwith, Henry, 25 a 12 6 

Beer, P. H.,8* 11 c 

Beeson, Geo., 7/ 12 « 

Behrer. M. G.. 11 a 10 cf 

BeU. Dayid, 25 a 12 e 

and Simons, 8 i 13 

Bemrose, Austin, 18 * 12 b 

— Benjamin, Israel, 21 all* 



11 



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palmer's index to *' THE TIKES *' NEWSPAPER. 



[July 1 ifl 



Bftnkraptciet (continue^/). 

Bennell, Edmund, 1 1 « 10 </ 

— Bennett, J, A., 25 o 12 « 

Bennetto, James, 7 a 12 d 

Bensley, Chas., Si 13 e 

Benson, Wm., 81 ; 10 6 

Bent, Chas., 21 a 11 « 

Berry, Wra.. 28 a 1 1 e 

Berwick, Thos., 7 / 12 e 

Best, Geo., 2b m \2 e 

Bett ridge, Joseph. 28 ; 12 

Bettanj^ Jesse, 10; 14 d 

Bevan, J. G., 15 « 12 d 

R. T.,28; 12 c 



Bird, Emma, 17; 10 6 
- W. E.. 26 a 12 e 
Black, H. W., 11 a 10 (f 
Blacklin, R. J.. 22 « 1 1 A 



Blackwell, Francis, 22 « 1 1 A 

Blanden, Geo., 18 « 18 6 

Blewitt, Byron, Ji; 10 6 

Bloor, H. G., 18 a J2 rf 

Blundell, T. E., 1 « 12 rf 

Booth, Robt., 18 a 12 rf 

Borman, Edmund, 25 a 12 e 

- Boughton Emanuel, 8 > 18 « 

Bovis. H. W.. 18 s 12 6 

Bowdler, Rich., 4*126 

Buwron, Mary Alice, 4 a 8 c 

Bradley John, 7a\2d 

- Brandon, Jonathin, 28 j 12 c 
Bray, E. S., 7 fl 12 rf 

— — Braybrooke, James, 4 a 8 c 

- Bray ley, Edw., 11 a 10 rf 
Brennan, Edw., 7y 12 e 

Brett, Emma Jane, 4 a 8 #• 

Brewer, Henry, 28 a Us 

Brewerton and Hampson, 24 ; 18 c 

Brewster, James, 14 o 12 6 

Bridgart, S. E., 22 j 11 b 

Bridges, Henry, 22 s 1 1 6 

Bridgwater, E. L. W., \0j 14 d 

Briggs, J. S., 8 J 18 s 

John, 28 I 12 <7 



■ Brindley, Richard, 28/ 12 c 
Brittain, John, \ s 12 d 
Biomfield, W. J., 22 « 11 6 
Brook, J. W. T., 21 a II s 
Frances, Brooks, 17/10 6 
Brookson, Henry, 18 s 12 ef 
Brown, James, \o s 12 d 

— Geo., 16 8 12 d 

— Sarah, 25 s 12 c 

— Thos., 14 a 12 6 
Brown, Wm., 24il8c 

— W. P.,4»12 6 

— W. T., 21 a 1 1 « 
Brownbill, Bhigden, 18 s 12 6 
Browne, W. L. C, II a \0 d 

— and Chatterley, 11 a 10 d 
Browning, 'John, 4 s 12 6 
Buchannan, Claud, 25 s 12 
Buckhurst, Chas., lb s}2 d 
Buckley, Joseph. 25 s 12 c 

— Walter, 18 a 12 d 
Buckmaster, T. W., 29 i 12 d 
Bulling, S., a s 12 6 

12 



Bankmptciee (continued). 
Buhner, Wm., 18 a 12 </ 

Burdett, James, 1 1 a 10 cf 

Wm.. 29« 12rf 

Burdin, Isaac, 24 9 18 s 

Burgess, Edw., 11 a 12 cf 

Burgis, Frank, 28 ; 12 c 

Burns. J., I s 12 e 

Burrows, John, 14 a 12 A— 17/ 10 b 

Burrill. Thomas. 17 j 10 6 

Burton. A. G., 15 s 12 c/ 

Bush, Richard, 8 ; 18 s 

Butler, Wm., 22 « M ft 

- Bulterworth. Edmund. 81 / 10 e 
Byford, R. S., 81 ; 10 6 

Cameron. E.. 8 / 1 3 rf 

Campbell Colin, 7> I2e 

J., 29 « 12 



- Cane. Thos., 81 7 10 6 

- Canning, Geo., 7 a 1 2 rf 

- Csnova. P. M.. 11 « 12 6 

- Cant well, T. W.,4 j 12 6 

- (^armalt, Carleton, 17; 10 6 

- Carson, Alex., 28 ; 12 c 

- Carswell Hugh. 14 a 12 6 

- Carter, Edward, 24 ; 18 c 

- Thos., 14 a 12 6—1 « 12 d 

- Wm., 81 ; lOc 

- Caye, Sarah Jane, 29 « 12 d 

- Chambers, Thos., 6 a 8 c 

- Chapman. John, \0j 10 d 

- A. S., 21 a 11 e 
Chartres, John. 11 « 12 6 

- Clapham, James, I m \2 d 

• Claridge. F. E. S., 18 s 12 6 
-Clark, Wm.. 28; 12 c 

- Henry, 14 a 12 6 

- T. H.. 25tf 12 e 

• Chirke, Geo., 8 n8 c 

- Thos., 81 ;■ 10 6 

- Wm. A., 29 « 12 rf 
Clay, Albert, 28a lie 
CUyton, Charles, 28 a 1 1 e 
(Uegg, J. J., 28 a 1 1 s 

■ Clifton, Alfred, 7; 12 s 
Cochlin; Thos., 11 a 10 d 
Cock, Henry. 21 a 11 s 
Coleman, John, 4 s 12 6 
Colman, Henry, 25 a 12 s 
Collett, Qeo,i 81 ; 10 6 

- R. H., llalOd 
CoUin, Philip, 18 a 12 d 
CoUings, W. H., 21a 11 s 
Collins, A. G., 11« 12 6 
CoUis, Ambrose, 15 $ \2 d 
Coltart, W.,28j 12 a 
Cook, Joseph, 28 / 12 c 

W. J., 18 s 12 6 



Cooke, and Foale, 21 a 11 « 

Coon, J. 8., 8 / 13 4 

Cooper, Geo., 11 s 12 6 

Cope, Arthur, 24 7 18 c 

Copplestone, Matthew, 14 ; 10 b 

Corby, Wm., 21 a 11 e 

Cordon, Gilbert, 14 / 10 6 

Coult, A. E., 21 a 11 s 

Cowie. A., 14y 10 a 



Sept. 30, 1866.J 



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Bftiikmptelefl (ixntimied), 

Cox. MajorGeo., 11 « 12* 

Crabb. lliot., 7 » 12 e 

— Craddock. John, 18 « 12 // 

Cravea. A. M., 21 n 1 1 e 

Crisp, H.E., II #12// 

Wni.. \\ u \0d 



Cromar, J.. 25 « 12 * 
Cronsley and Lamb. 1 7 f 10 * 
Crowder, Wni., 24 i 13 r 
Crowther, Frank, \o b 10 d 

— SaTille, 14 a 12 6 
Cruse C. H., 28 d 11 6 
Cubitt, W. D., 8 » 1 1 c 
Cuffe. M. S. G., 7 a 12 rf 
Cnllimore, A. H., 25 a 12 e 
CnnniDgham, W. G., 28 ; 12 tf 
Curry, Thos., 7 a 12 d 
Curtis, J. A., 22 « 11 6 
Cuss, Frank, 81 ; 10 r 
Dabbs, A. H., 14 a 12 A 
Dalrymple. John. 2H a \] e 
Darken, Jamei*, 28 a lis 
Daross, P. W., 24? l«c 
Dayenport James, 18 a 12 cf 
David, Thos, 28; 12r 
Davidson, Henry, 14 a 12 6 

Davies, J. R., \7j 10 6 

— D. H., 8 « 1 1 r 

— John, 21 ; 1 1 A 

— Thos., 4 a 8 e 

— Wm., 26 J 12 c 
Daris, John, 7 a \2 d 

— Barnett, 2»« \2d 

— Thos., 14 a 12/. 
Dawson, Matthew, 1 1 

Hugh, 25(1 12 



\0d 



— De Backer. Lievin. 11 a 10 rf 

De Beer, J. B., 1 « 12 r-4 * 12 c 

De Dutton, W. I) . 18 * 12 6 

De HaviUand, J. de &».. 21 a 1 1 e 

De Sella, Henri, ^4 / 18 c 

Dear, T. O., 4 a 8 c 

Denison, F. W., 25 » 12 rf 

Denyer, Has well, 16 » 12 rf 

Dewhirst, Wm., 10 ; 14 d 

Dick, G. L., 14 a 12 A 

Digby, H. L.. 4 * 1 1 c 

Dixon, Geo., 28 ; 12 c 

Dobson, T. IT., 8 / 13 e 

Dodds, J.. 25 a\2d 

Dodsworth, Jesse. 8 » 1 1 c 

Donald, D.. 26 » 12 6 

— Donaldson. A., 18 # 12 a 

Dorey, Arthur Jsme^, 28 n 1 1 « 

Douglas, Wm., S\ j m h 

Dove. Henry, 25 * 12 '/ 

Dowall, J. B., 18 a 12 b 

D6#nes, F. M., 25 « 12 c 

John, 17; 10 A 

Drayoott, Wm., 22 j 1 1 6 

Duke, Wm., 7 o 12 a 

— ^ Dulson, Wm., jiin., 18 # 12 5 
Duncum, H. !>., 7j 12 e 

— Duncan, J., 7 / 12 rf 

Dunham, Wm., 14 a 12 6 

purant and Hedley, 17 HO 5 



Bankruptoiea {continued), 

Dyer, Geo., 18 a 12 rf 

Dyson, J. E., 28 a 1 1 « 

Radon. G. H., 11 a 10 c/ 

Eatun. James, 26 a 12 « 

Alfred. 4 « 12 6 

Ede. G. 8., 14; 10 6 

E«len. (^has. Thos., 29 s \2 d 

— fidgnr. J., 21 9 11 a 

Edmonds, Kichard, 14 a 12 e 

EdwHrds, Chas., 26 a 12 « 

E. T.. 4 « 12 6 

J. J., 26 a 12 « 

Elderton, W. A., 4 s 12 6 

Eldershaw, H. N., 10 jid 

V. M. L., 10; 14rf 

Elleray. J. and D., Jan., 22 s 1 1 6 

EUia, C. F., 22 » U 6 

David, 4« 12 6 

John, 14 a 12 e 

M. P.. 31 / 10 6 

EUiwn, Wm.. 25 s 12 d 

Emmoney, John, 18 « 12 6 

Erroll G. H. R., 18 » 12 6 

Evans, Chas., 7 ; 12 e 

David. 11 alOrf 

Joseph, 18 s 12 6 

J. H., 14; 10 6 

J. R., 21/116 

Thos., 10 ; 14 rf 

Everitt, James. 25 « 12 d 

Ewens, Geo., Jan., \5 s \2 d 

Fairweather, 1). A., 21 a 11 e 

Farley, Ernest. 7 a 1 2 </ 

Farr, A. R., 16 « 12 c/ 

Farrer. Henry, 4 a 8 c 

W. J., 8 * M c 



12 6 



Faulkner, A. M., 18 * 

Fee. GtH).. 22 s 1 1 A 

Felce. J. I).. 7 a I2rf 

Felton, G. F.. 25 a 12 e 

Fenner, J. H., 4 « 12 6 

Fenton, Benj., 16 s \2 d 

Ferguson Wm., 4 » 12 6 

— Fernbach. Salomon, 10 ; 14 c 

Ferrier. J., 8 f 1 1 6 

Fey. Wm.. 21 ; 11 6 

Field. A. W.. 25 a 12 « 

Fielding. James, 2d m 12 d 

Firth, Seih.iil ; 11 6 

Fisher, Arthur, 25 a 12 e 

Fleming, Thos.. 15 s 12 d 

Fletcher, Hugh, 4 j 12 a 

J.. 4# 12 a 

Fluck,Eli2., 14/10 6 

Follows, T. W., 7 J 12 e 

Foote, J. B.. 1 s I2e 

Forbes. Emma. 25 « \2 d 

Ford. Fred., 14 a 12 c 

Foreman, T. H., 17 / 10 ^ 

Forrow, Richard, 26 » 12 d 

Fort, J. and W. S., 22 » 11 6 

Foster, Charlotte, \i a iO d 

James, 1 8 « 1 2 6 

R. W., 10; 14 rf 

- • Fowler, Geo., 18 a 12 d—2l a 11 
Fraser, C, 26 o 12 a 



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[July 1 to 



Bankraptciefl (continued). 

Freeman. H. V., 29 » 12 <f 

French. James. 22 » 11 6 

*- John, 15 « 12 d 

Joseph. 17 j 10 6 

Frost. John, 25 « 12 if 

R.P. B., 26 a 12 6 

Thos., 29» 12 d 

W. F.. 14 a 12 a 

Fry, Edw., 11 « 12 6 

' James, 11 a 10 d 

Fulfopd, W. B., 2y « 12 d 

Furness, J. W., 25 « 12 « 

Funiiss C. 8., 3i 13 e 

Furze, ( harles. 28 a 1 1 « 

Gaime, E. Mary, 11 « 12 6 

Gale, J. J., 25 « 12 d 

Galilee, J. K., 18 o 12 d 

GaUi. A. J., 29 » 12 d 

GambriU. T. B.. 8> 13 e 

Garbutt, Edwin, 29 « 12 d 

^— Gardner, Henry, 7 ; 12 « 

J^ 21 u lie 

W. W.. 7;12« 



Garrett, Wm., 7 / 12 « 

Garrison, Alfred, lia 12 o 

Garven, J., 29 s 12 e 

Garwood, Chas., 25 « 12 d 

Gascoine, Geo., 1 1 a 10 d 

Gaunt, Joseph, 22 f 1 1 6 

George, F. J., 29 » 12 d 

Oersbon, Samuel 18 « 12 6 

Gibbs, K. T., 28 i 1 1 e 

Giles, F. W., is\2e 

- Noah, 8 « 1 1 e 

- Gill, J. M. A., 81 y 10 6 

Gillatt, Edw., 1 1 « 12 6 

Gillingham, D. H., 1 1 a 10 d 

Gilpin, Henry, 10 ; 14 d 

Glover, Henry, 28 ; 12 c 

Godfrey, Charles. 10; 14 <? 

Golighlly, J. J., 7 ; 12 « 

Qoltman, Solomon, 25 <. 12 e 

Goodger, Thos., 1 « 12 « 

Gordon. Joseph, 2» i \2 o 

Gore, Kalph 28 ; 12 c 

- Gorsuch, Thus., 7 ; 12« 

Gough. Edw., 22 » 1 1 6 

Graham. Henry. 31 ; 10 <7 

Grant, C. A.. 22 « 1 1 6 

^— James, 4 * 12 6 

Gray, J., 28 a 1 1 d 

Greaves, John, 24 j 18 c— 7fl 12 d 

Green, J. G., \\ a 10 d 

Greenhalgh. Wm.. 25 a 12 « 

Greenman. Joseph, 11 « 12 6 

Greenman, Joseph, 15 s 12 d 

Richard. 17 ; 10 6 

Gregson, T. G. 25 « 12 d 

Grieve, J., 11 a 10 c 

James, 25 a 12 e 

Griffin, Joseph, 7 a 12 d 

Thos., 14 J 10 6 



BankraptioM (continued), 
Gronow, Daniel. 11 a 10 d 

Grundy. Thos.. 24 M3 c 

Guites. A. J., 4 « 12 6 

Guppy, John, 3 / 13 « 

Guy. J. and T.. 31 j 10 c 

Gwinnell, Edwin. 1 s 12 s 

Haddow, W., 7 a 12 c 

Hadley, Benj.. 24 / 13 c 

W. F.. 26 a \2e 

Haigh, Benj., 4 a 8 r 

Halford, J. H., 1 « 12 d 

HaU. A. J.. 18 a 12 d 

John, jun.. 28 a lis 

Walter, 25 a 12 e 

Wm., 28 a He— lis 12 6- 22 « 11 6 



Hallett, T. and N.. 24 ; 13 c 
Halliday. T., 7 a \2 o 
Hallows. John, 29 s 12 d 
Hamblin and Coles. 29 s 12 d 
Hammond, B. C, 18 s 12 6 

- Geo., 14 a 12 

— Johi, 21 a 11 s 
Hanbury. Gerald, 11 a 10 d 
Hancock. K. J.. 18 s 12 6 
Hannaford, J. li.. 3 ; 13 « 
Hardaker, John, 7 a 12 d 
Hardiman and Watts. 11 s 12 b 
Harding. T.R.. 3 i 13 e 
Harper, Chas., 4 a 8 c 

Geo., 14/10 6 



Harpin, Herbert, 11 s 12 6 

Harris, Aaron, 81 > 10 c 

Jos., 26 a 1 2 « 

Maria and Eliza, 7 a 12 d 

S. G., 10; 14 a 

— Harrison, £dw., 18 a 12 d 

Geo.. 25 a 12 « 

James, 15 s 12 d 

Hart, Francis, 28 a 1 1 e 

Moss, 8 « 1 1 c 



Griffith, D.L., 14i 10 6 
Griffiths, Griffith, 17/10 6 

— J. N., 4 « 8 c 

Grojevsky, Lazarus, 22 s 11 6 
14 



Hartley, Henry, 21 a lie 
Harvey, James, 25 » 12 e 
HaskoU. Wm., 10 / 14 d 
Hastenpfiug, Carl. 11 x 12 6 
Hastings, (xeo.. 14 7 10 r 
Hawes, Kdwin. jun.. 21 a lie 

- Mary Ann. 24 / 13 <• 
Hawkins. Joseph. 25 a 12 e 
Haworth Gilbert, 11 ci 10 d 
Hayne Kobert. 3 i 13 <? 
Haynes, M. J., II « li6 
lleald. G. F., 25 u 12 e 
Heam, Henry, I s 12 e 
Hemming. J. J., 1 « 12 e 
Henderson. J., 18 a 12 c 

- Jas.. 21 / II 6 

- John. 18 n 12 d 
Henry, W., 3 ; 13 d 
Herschell. Geo. A., 1 « 12 d 
lleslop. Kidi.. 11 5 12 6 
Huy, John, 10/14 d 
Hickley, Andrew, 14 a 12 e 
Higginbotham. Thos., 10 ; 14 d 
Hill. Albert, 14 / 12 c 

- C. R., 4 « 12 6 

- Edward, 1 s 12 e 



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Buikinptciefl (eontinuerl). 

Hill, H. E., 28/ 12 r 

Hillman. Henry, U / l« * 

HHlier, Joa.. 29 j» 12 // 

HHU. Alfred. -'8 « 1 1 «j 

Hindle. James. 7 a 12 d 

Hines. Fanny. 28 i \2 c 

Hirst. Wm.. 28 j \2 c 

HitcliiuKS. Henry, 7 / 12 « 

Hobaon, Henrv, 8 « 1 1 -r 

Hockaday. T.A., 31 ; 10 c 

Hodgson, J. T., 4 c S r 

Hodnett, Jas., 29 » \2 d 

Hodson, John, 24 / \'Sc 

. Hoj<g. Wm.. 31 /lie 

Uo^t^an. R^ 31 / 10 u 

Holds, Nehemiali, 25 a 12 <- 

Hole, Jas., 2 i C4 1 1 e 

Holland, \V. H.. 1 1 a 10 <f 

Holmes, Thos.. 24 /13 c 

Wm., 7 a 12 «^ 

W. C 21 « II «j 

• Holyoake, Jane K.. 21 a 11 « 

Homer, Jos., 10/14 d 

Homes, Kobt., 24 ; 13 <• 

Wm.. 24/13 r 

Hook, W. H., 28 / 12 r 

Hooker, J. M.. 25 a 12 e 

— - Hooper, Chas., 25 a 1 2 e 

Giles. 16# 12 d 

HornsUy. J.. 25 g \'J h 

Horsfall and Jarvir*, \n g \'I d 

Horswill. Albert, 18 « 12 h 

Uoulderoft. H^becea. 3 / 13 « 

Houston, Andrew. 15 « 12 d 

■ and Son, 1 1 n 10 c 

Howard, A. E., 28 a 11 e. 

John. 24/ 13 r 

Ho war. h, J. U.. 2f^ /r We 

HulTer, Jamett. 4 # 12 /> 

Hu^jhe-", H. M. V.. 1 1 « 10 d 

Thos., 25* 12 d 

W. I).. 15 » \2d 

Hul't^, Knoch, 14/ 10 »• 

Hutjihle. Jaa.. 24 / 13 c 

Hunx-r. ('luia.. 2tf ; 12 <r 

J:ri., 21/11 h 

'lUn^.. 21 ri 11 € 



Huntlty, W. (\. 18 « 12 6 
huon. A, E., 28 / 12 r 
Husti'dt. Kdinund. 31 / 10 r 
Hutchinsuii. Mntilda, 15 .s 12 d 
— Win.. \> fi 12 ^ 
Hutton. J, li.. ^5 a \'2 e 
Hyslop. II. 11.. 7ri 12 d 
Inch, Wir... I « i2 « 
Inglo, l':*i\v. i\ a 12 r 
Inglo.|(-w. Ge.».. 1 1 v 12 /-» 
Isaacs, (ioo.. 18 .* 12 6 



N, ^., 25 .V \'2 d 



— jMckson. rims. 1 1 s \2 b 

Juljijs, 31 / 10 c 

Th«)5., 1 1 .; 10 ef 



Jame:^, Bt^ij.. 24^ 13 c 

— J. U., 3 / I'.l e 

— K. M., 14 7 10 c 

— Wm, '^6 / 12 /J 



Bankruptciea {rontin ue d). 

fanner, Wm.. 14 « 12^* 

Jannan. Thos. 18 »# 12 d 

Jfffery. Henry. 29 k Vi d 

Jelian. C. K.. 18 n 12 d 

Jenkin, Sithney awl flclstoii, 22 * 11 6 

JeiikinA. Daniel. 3^ 13 e 

VVni.. II a 10 (i 

Jeniinn. Fannv. 81 / 10 o 

Jewfll, \«, A. v., 28 / 12 fl 

Jei'!»<»p. J<wepU. 29 < 12 d 

Jis^iip. II. J.. 21 a 11 « 

.lolins, David, 14 / 10 i- 

JolniAOu. Austin In \2d 

IvU'.. 18 s 12 ft 

Josoph, 11 M 10 // 



J. H., 18 ff 12 r^ 
V.C. 14 » Uib 



Johnsmn. Oharlutte E., 1 s 12 « 
Jotiex. D. J., I 6 12 « 

— KJii'««'r. 11 / 10 c 

— U..J.. 2-<tf li e 

— John, 2i tf II e— 28 a 11 «— S < 1 1 <? 

— .1. r.. 21 / II 6 

— Maurice. 1 1 tf 10 i 

— H. L. 4 ri 8 c 

— Wm., 17/ 10 ft -25 a 12 « 

— W. K, 10/14«— 24/ 13 c 

— W. S., 14/10 c 

— and llich;irds. 17; 10 6 
Jowitt. J. S., II A 12 A 
Jump, Wia., 29 If \2 d 
Keay. l\ H., 22 « 1 1 ^ 
Kemp. tii'O., is 1 2 fc 

— Wm.. 14? loc 
Kendrick, Sani»el. 7 / 12 e 

— Tho".. 2»| ; \2c 

Ken von, 1. T., 8« 11 r 

— Wiii.. 31; lOr 
Keir, J , 7 ; 12 rf 
Kerr. J.. 8 * 1 1 6 

— John. 15 « 12 d 



KiJd, Alfred, 7/ \2 e 

KimptoB. Frances, 7 ; 12 « 

Ivincbin. P- and T., 15 « 12 ^ 

Ki ^, Francis. 4 a 8 c 

John, 28 rt 11 e 

1, r.. 24/ 13c 

Kojert, 3 / 13 e 

W. IL, 18 » 12 b 

Kir»»y, John, 18 f 12 6 

Kiikn«an, Peter, 25 s 12 d 

Kitchen. Edmund. 11 a \0 d 

lvn:ipper, Stephen, 8 x 1 1 c 

— Kn<HM».Th08.. 21 /lift 

KMi^-ht, F. W. 17/10 6 

.lolin, 8 « 11 <? 

1. L., 11 « 10 c 



KnoU, James, 3 ; 13 e 

— K:i.nvlej«. Ben. In 12 d 

Kiu)X, Mary Ann, 31 ; 10 c 

— Krcutz. Carl. 18 a 12 rf 

Kr.iffer, S. 1). 7 a 12 rf 

— Lacy. J. T., 14 a 12 r 

I.aine and Longmtn. 4 a 8 c 

Laing, W. W., 15 s 12 (i 

Lara, AL Cm 17; 10 6 



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Bank nipt cioB (^rontinu^X 

Lauchhn. K., 31 / K) a 

Law, Henry. 22 s ]\ h 

Lawrence. J. C. 11 a 10 </ 

T. .}.. 21/11 A 

•! Laws, FrHnk. is 12 A 

Laziirus. Montn^^ue. 2.") » 12 c 

Lea. John, il « 10 d 

L^ach. John. 29 t \2 d 

Hith., 22 J. II /; 

^ Leah and Oglen 14 u 12 c 

Lees, Wni., 2H ji 12 // 

jiin.. 14 / 10 e 



Bankraptcies {continwtd), 

- MFadyen. John, 10 / 14 d 

MIntosh. Donald, 3/ 13 e 

VV.. 10 / 14 6 

M-Iiityre and Saunders, 4*126 

M-Kerrow, K. F.. 18 a 12 <^ 

MLaihlan, D.. 7 a 12 « 

J., and Son, 21 i \\ a 



M'Lean. K., 15 5 Vic 
NVLei^h. Colin, 29 « 12 J 



lA-ei*e. Wm.. 28 j VI e 

- — LeK{f. 1).. 29* 12 r 

Lennox. KlizMbeth. 3 ; 13 e 

l/evioH, S. J.. 2") 4 12 /> 

Lewis, ThoH., 4 « 12 h 

Linlter, L. jun., \q s \'Z o 

^- — Lindsay, U.. 31 ; 10 n 

Lister, Wni.. 8 s 1 1 /? 

Lonjr. W. A.. 4 fi 8 r 

Lon^den. Jus.. 8 .» 11 r 

Lonjfljiiid. C. A.. 31 ; 10 c 

c Louden. A. 1).. 3 / 13 e 

Loving. John. 17/ lofc 

Lowiher. Thos.. 3 ; 13 e 

Lucati, John, 22 « 1 1 6 

•B J. Mooie. 3 ; 13 f. 

LnckinK, J. W., 18 * 12 b 

Luke, VV. S., 3 ) 13 e 

Lunjb. 1). II., 17 ; lo h 

L\nibery. Fred.. 21 u 1 1 $ 

l^-yons. Mnrrifl. 4 « 8 « 

- Mabey. II /r |o d 

Ma(hent. Wni.. 7 a 12 d 

MHckay. A.. 1 1 a lo ^ 

J. A.. & i ()., 2.S a \\ d 



MeHys, John, 28 j 12 c 

Mereer. M.. 3 j 13 d 

Metz. Henrv. 4 a 12 A 

Miles. A. j'. 15 s 12 d 

Millar. G., 4 ^ 12 a 

J., 21 *i II r 

Uich.. 31 ; 10 /i 



Millen&(\).. 21 ;ll n 

Miller. Kdw.. lo ; 14 d 

Matthew, 4 /* 8 c 

- T. 4 s 12 <i 

Milliiran, J. N.. 24/ 13 e 

Mills, M. J.. II « 12 b 

Milner. Henry, 10; 14 rf 

Milnes. Uei.j . 21 ; II // 

Milfon, Alfred. 1 1 * 12 A 

MiMhell, A.. 21 'ill c 

Jjis. 18 « 12 h 

Mat I hew. 8 » 1 1 r 

NHlhaniel. 2."» s VI d 



Ma<:keBfia(:k .lohn and Kobt., 11 n 10 d 
Macra. J., 15 4 12 c 
Mad^wiek. (leo., 7 a 12 d 
Malings. Chaa.. 25 a 12 « 
Marks. C!. B.. \ s 12 h 

— and lAjdperwood. 18// II'^ 
Marple-, (', U., 2.5 .-* \'l d 
Ma^^h. Wni., II u U\ d 
Marr and .stjim. 1 1 ,/ in , 

MarhhaU. A. J.. 22 « 11 h 

— H., 8 a II // 

— W. H. 2.-) n 12 e 
Martin. I)., 17 i lo n 



Mo:.t. (Mwi8.. 3 / 13 ^ 
Moj?g, W. H.. 24; 13r 
Molden. J. H.. lo s 12 '/ 
Monteath. A.. 2^ o II d 
Montrose StiTeh Company, 14 7 10 a 
Moore, (jto.. 7 '» 12 rf 
Moorhouse, Vla.son. 7 a 12 d 
Mojdle. Frederiek. 22 s \\ h 
Morgan. J as.. 7 u 12 d 

— M. K.. 7 n 12 d 

— Uoht.. 3/ 13 e 

Morris. Abraham. 17 i 10 b 
John Henry, 18 « 12 /* 



-. Marwick and llourston. 21 r; 1 1 r 

— Mai wood. .Matthew. 4 .« !2 /* 
•= — Mather. Joh't. 21 « II ^ 

Maitiek, S. J. 1).. 31 / 10 c 

Maxwell J. M.. 4 '/ 8 /* 

McAllister. W. ISrt 12 r 

= M'AnuIl/. Sihe^tfr, M .* I I r 

M'Ardlf, A., and Sou. 4 .< 12 a 

MCaw Wni., .'J .-« 1 1 6 

. M«Cnure. Thi.v. 22 .v 1 1 A 

M-Culloch, s.. ih ^ ,2 a 

^ A. an<l W.. 2o a \2 d 



- Morrison, Jos.. 3.) 13 e 

Morse, Innac. 8 « 1 1 r? 

M<irton. John, 11a 10 rf 

Mosby. Thoa., 28; 12 r 

Mo-'S ami Dunn. 28 a lie 

Mns>ville. T.. 4 fi 8 6 

McPissalli F. A.. 7 rt 12rf 

Muir. Browne i Co., 7 / 12 d 

Murray & Co., 28 n 1 1 #/ 

Jauies. 1 1 « 12 A 

Win.. 2K a 1 1 <• 

y.uBJ, John. 29 » \'2 d 

Musgrave. Samuel. 22 « 1 1 A 



Tho 



^-, 21 a II « 



M- Donald. Donald. 2m ,1 11 
M'Dowall & K o., II n 10 c 
M Llroy, Jas., 31 j 10 u 
MEvoy, P., 24 ? 13 6 
Hi 



ivlusto. \Vn>., II ti HI d 

Mutton. Tho!» , ..T H 12 d 

Na\lor. James 4 s l2 h 

Neil, T.. 2« , \2 n 

NeUon. I). M., 20 « II c 

— Newton, Alfred. 14 a 12 c 

J. K., II « 12 A 



Niohol. John. 29 s 12 </ 
NichoN, S. T.. 4 a 8 <J 
- \Vui., 4 w 8 c: 



Sept. liO, 1886.] 



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Bad 



BAiikrnptcies (continued), 

NicholK Jonailian, 7 j 12 e 

Niool. G. S.. 4 II 8 6 

Nisbet. J. B., 21 a 1 1 c 

Norton. Tho«., 11 n 10 rf 

Nye. A. I> . 18 * 12/; 

Ogden, Sutdiflfe. 24/13 tf 

Ojfilvy. D. B., 4« 12 6 

■ OiHethorp) John, 14 n 12 c 
- — O'Hara. Henry. 11 « 12 6 

Oke. Anne 4 4 12 6 

Oldacres, Win.. 14 o 12 t 

*- — Ollerenshaw, Chas.. 7 a 12 rf 

(VNicll, Geo., 1 1 a 10 d 

Orwin, W. J.. 31 ilO <t 

Osborn, E. E.. 1 « 12 « 

Udborne, E. G.. 31 ; 10 r 

-^— Owen, Rich.. 14 a 12 c— I « 12 € 

Thos., 4 d 8 c 

Pajre, W. L. 8., 14 a 12 c 

I'aley. W. H.. lOj 14*/ 

Paltrid^e. Robt., 28 « II € 

Pamment. Philip. 2S a II « 

Pannell, Elizabeth. 17 / 10 6 

Parker. L. F., 4 * 12 6 

Murk, II /I 10 d 

Win.. 1 1 a 10 d 

-^ Parkfs, Noah jun., 10 / 14 d 
Parkinson. Hich., 11 a 10 d 

Parks. Eliza. 26 a 12 e 

Parlour, J. A.. 4 a 8 e 

Parsons, Geo.. 14a 12c 

Partridgre, Henry. 24 ; 13 c 

Pate. Win., U a 10 rf 

Payne. J as., 8 ; 13 e 

John, 3; 18<? 

' Wm.. 2i fi II «.-25 Q 12 « 

-— Peacock, fjon nzu. 21 r/ 1 1 « 

Pearse. Walter. 25 a 12 e 

Pear>«on, P.. 15 » 12 <? 

^— Pi'arrie. J.. 1 1 « 12 a 

Pet4. G. K., 11 « 12 6 

Pefrs, John, 11 « 10 d 

Peirce, Geo., 21 a 1 1 c 

Pender, Ilobt.. 8 ; JS e 

' Penn. Samuel, 11 n Id d 

Perkins, James, 15 « 12 </ 

Pfeiffer, Hhillipp, 26 ci 12 « 

Pfenning. Adam, 22 « 11 6—25 « 12 d 

Phelps. Kobt., 24 7 13 c 

PhiUipt, John. 7 ; 12 € 

Phippen, A. T., 17/10 6 

Pickard. Thos., 4 » 12 A 

Pickthall, Wm., 21/116 

- Pierce, Evan, 31 / 10 c 

Pilkington, F. W., 11 5 12 6 

Pilsbury, David, 11 « 10 d 

Poeiting, Rich., 28 / 12 /r 

Pollard, W. H., 2Sj \2 e 

Pollock, Wm.. jun.. 31 > 10 c 

- — Poole, H. E.. 8 » 1 1 e 
Robt.. 28 a 11 « 

^— Pope, F. W., I « 12 e 

: Geo., II » 12 6 

Popkiss, C:aroline, 29 » 12 rf 

Porter, Henry, 11 « 12 6 

J. B., 18 9 12 6 



Baukrnptcles {continued), 

Poulter. Hobt.. 17/10 b 

Pound. John, 2S / 12 r 

Powell. AuirustuA, 4 <i H tf 

Powter. T, W., 21 ; II b 

Pratt, Fretl.. 2r< a \\ e 

Preece, I 'has., 28 a W t 

Henry, 24 7 13 r 

PriMitioe A.. 1 « 12 r 

Prioe. Albert. 14 / 10 c 

Jolin. 4 « 12 6 

W. H.. 2<a lis 

Pridde.i. John, 21/11 6 

Prints If, John, 4 * 12 a 

Pritchaid, Walter, H « 11 c 

I'ryce, Cli5i«.. 28 i 12 r 

Pynian K. B., 15 » I*i d 

Quin. Wm., 14 » lt»r 

Qiiiller. John, 25 » VI d 

Uabbage. Fmnk, II s VI h 

lladbourne aii<l Dugdale. 10/ 14 d 

Uadford. Th..8., 25 « 12 « 

RHdnittli, Henry. 8 * II c 

Kninj", Win.. 24 / 13 r 

lianisay. G. G., 7 n2e 

Kaniljill, Cli.is., 4 « 8 c 

Uankin, O., 4 « 8 6 

Kobt.. 14 '/ Vie . 

T.. 7/12 d 

- Hattenbury. Kbentzer, 1 s 12 4 

- lUVi'iihall) Joj»eph, 25 a 12 « 

Uaynor Al*»ert, 15 h 12 d 

Head, John. 31 / 10 r 

Reading. (\ W., 14^12 6 

liedfern, Jos.. 2 1 / il A 

l(<*djfrave. (\ H., 14 <f 12 C 

Ree<l (\ P. K.. 8 « 1 1 <• 

. .^— Keedir. U. E.. 8 * II r 

Keiini«>4in. James, 8 jj 1 1 c 

R^*x worthy, J, S.. 25 s VZ d 

Ri« hards.Edw.. 18 a 12 rf 

G. W., 14 ; H»c 

Jeremiah. 21 ; 1 1 6 



Hichardson. ('has., 28 » 11 « 
Hichmondt Kobt., 25 « 12 d 
Rickards. Harvey. 28 / VI 6 
Kid{re, John, 3 7 13 c 
Ridoutt. Geo.. 21 » II « 
Riley, A. J.. Jun., 17 ; 10 6 
Geo.. 21 a 1 1 « 



Rivett. Wm.. 29 « 12 rf 

Robert.^ C P., 18 o 12 </ 

David, 22 * 1 1 b 

Edw., 1 » 12 6 

Geo., 3 / 13 c 

M^rKaret Jane, 4 j 12 6 

Waller. 17/10 6 

Kobins, Jos., 22 s 1 1 6 

RobinRon, E<iw., II a 10 </ 

O. W., 7/ 12 e 

Vincent, 31 jlO 6 

Robotham, Elis., 21 / U 6 

Roe, (^larence, 29 « 1 2 rf 

- Ktigers, Alfred, 25 « 12 d 
henry. 1 s 12 d 



Roniney, Eli2a June, 24 ; 13 d 

Rouke, G< and G| M., 3 ; 13 



1^ 



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[July 1 '0 



Bankruptcies {^continued). 

Kose, Abrahaiii, 3 ; 13 e 

Alfred, II r* lOrf 

K«»88. F. E. T.. 28 7 12 c 

Mrs. M. S., 14 a 12 1* 

Hosrron. T.. I » 12 « 

Kothwell. Geo... 18 « 12 // 

Hfrw berry, Jatii\'8, 8 » 1 1 c 

- Howe. Kdvr., 14 « 12 c 
— - Ko.val, Wm., 28; I2r 

Ko\ le. J. J., 15 s 12 </ 

KuUmis. lA)ui8^ 7 ; 12 ^ 

Rn^»in»teiii, Samuel. 29 * 12 <f 

Kiidjre, S. H.. 3/13/ 

HusM'll. Geo.^ 10 ; 14 d 

limily, 14 « 12 c 

Robert, 25 a \2 d 



Bankraptcies (continued). 

Slater and Smith. II a 10 rf 

Smart. Wm. and Samuel, 10> 14 d 

Smillie, R., 15 * 12 c 

Smith, Charlotte E., 3/13/ 

A. K., 1 « 12 d 

David. 18 a 12rf 

Frederick, 8 • V 1 r 

G. H.. 29 s 12 d 

G. J.. 81 / 10 a 



Sackvilhv J. W., JO/ 14 d 

Sadler, Wm., II a \0 d 

Salmon, W. T., Si\3/ 

ShU. A.T., 3; 13/ 

Sallb)UHe. J. W.. 24 jlS^e 

Sampson, Joseph. 4 j 12 c 

Sanderson, JoImi. 17 » 10 6 

Santer, .Jamea^ 25 « 12 r 

SaundeFs, B. E , 7> 12 « 

Henry. 24 ; I3r 

Saxby. Geo., 22 a 11 A 

Scanlan, Morria, 28 u 1 1 e 

Schan er and Tiede. 22 # 1 c 

Schiflf, Snling. 11*12 6 

Schmidt, Wni , 10 ; 14 c 

Scholey. M. II.. 14 a 12 r 

Schutze. Gu»tavu8. 26 a 12« 

Scott, Henry, 22 » 1 1 6 

James, 21* / 1 1 /# 

Job. 18 » 12 6 

T., U « I2<i 

Wm.. 10; 14</ 

& Co.. 22 .V II r 

- — Senloy, Edwin. M » ]2 h 

Searson. S.iniUi4, 28 ci 11 e 

Sebrijrht. A. A. S., 21 > 11 A 

Sewell J. (\, 14 a 12 c 

Seymour, A. J. H., 11 s \2 !/ 

Shau'l. Wm. F.. 25 * 12 c 

Shurpe. Hugh, 7 ; 12 

W. K.^ 4 « 8 c 

SliHw. W., & Co., 3> 18 d 

Jane. 21 Ml A 

I'lios., 21 / 11 6 

Sin Lion. Wm., 28/ 12 c 

SlK'iidan. 1). P., 18 a 12 (/ 

M.kUs. R., 17/ 10 a 

Sli .ue. J. W.. 18 it 12 h 

- hln-^e. Alfred^ 1 « 12 e 
Si urr, Edw. 21 a 11 e 

- Si .! iiorpe. S. J. R., 28 a 1 1 e 
Su.M.iil Jame8^4a8c 

Sim;..' Ml, Thos., 7/ 12 « 

Siais. Henry, I4/10e 

K. Hid S., 21 ; 11 6 

SiniMii. O., 21 a 11 f 

.'"In 2o 'I 12 c 

— - Lw.Jmi, 2S n \\ d 

1*., 1.- /i 12 e 

Wn. . >^ * 1 1 e 



Henry, 28 s 11/' 

J., 11 a 10 c 

Mary Ann, 18 a 12rf 

Richard, II j 12 6 

S. W., 25 a 12 « 

W»., 11 a lOrf 

and Barker, 8 a 1 1 c 

and Knott, 7 / 12 e 

Smyth, S., 21 all a 

Sneddon, David, 18 a 12 cT 

Solly, H. J., 26 8 12 d 

Solomon, Levi, 18 « 12 b 

I*. L., 31 ; 10 c 



Sparks, Samuel 11 « 12 6 

- Sparrow, Samuel, 21 all e 
Spenceley, Robt., 1 a 12 c 
S|>encer, W. and H. B.^ 25 a 12 » 
Spill, Daniel. 22 « 11 6 
Spooner, John, 28 a 1 1 c 
Sprake, John, 10 f 14 c 
Sprosen, Richard, 4 a 8 r 
Spurge. John, 18 » 12 6 
StancKtfe, J. W.. 22 « 1 1 A 
Standley, John, 12* 11 6 

- Stanley, Henry, 11 s 12 6 
Starr, F.dw., 22 « 11 6 
Stead, Geo.. 1 1 « 1 1 6 
Steed. J. andT. D., 8« lie 
Steel, J., 4 j>ll /i 

- J. W., 18*12 6 
Stemson. G. C. 17/10 6 






Stephens. J. J., 4 « 12 c 
Stephenson Thos,, lO/Uef 
Sterry, W. M., 4 a 8 c 

Stocker, Cole. 18 » 12 6 

G. L., 21 ni 6 

— Stokes, W. B., 17/10 6 

Stolworthy, C. S., 10 / 14 rf 

Stone,. Samuel, 22 a 1 1 6 

Storry. John. 3 / 13 e 

Strange. G. R., 15 j 12 </ 

Stratford, E. J. W., 22 * 11 6 

Strathern, 1).,. 28 / 12 a 

Strawson. Vincent. 29 s 12 <;* 

Stripp and Wyatt, 25 « 12 c 

Slu.bs, J. H., 1()>14<I 

— Sturgess,. Henry. 25 a 1? e 

— Summers, Tlwis., 29 s 12 rf 
Sulcliffe, Edwin. 4 « 12 c 

— Sutton, Ben >., 7 / 1 2 tf 
Richard. 14/10 



Swan, J^ 22 * 1 1 a 
Tasker, Joseph, 21/11 6 

- W. H.» 4» 12 c 
Tatum. Geo., 21 / 11 6 
Taylor, A., 18* 12 a 

- Henry, Iti u 12 <' 



Jfept. 30, 1886.] pauier's index to " the times'* newspaper. 



Ban 



Buikniptciefl {continued). 

Terinaiit. John, 22 a 11 6 

Terry, Geo.. 3 ; 13 /* 

Tevendale, Wm.. 81 ; 10 <• 

Theobnld Wni., 7 a \2 d 

Thirkettle. Ja;*.. 2i « 11 « 

Thistleton. J. B., 15 « 12 d 

TboniHB. Era8to», 17 ; 10 6 

Geo.. 11 a 10 </ 

Jeremiah. 28 a 1 1 y 

John, 4* 12f 

W. H., 7 a I2cr 

ThompAon, Wm., 21 / 1 1 6 

Charles, 18 a 12 rf 

John. 11 a 10 rf 

Norrison. 2S;12e 

Thoa. 28 7 12 r 

Thoinaon, A., 28 7 12 a 

Thornburn. W., 14 7 10 u 

Thomley, W. H., 1 « 12 * 

Joieph, 22 « 1 1 6 



BankrapticeB (continued), 

- Walker, Alfred, 24 / 13 e 

John Chas., 10 7 14 d 

Samuel. 31 ; 10 c 

Wwlkinshaw, Artliur, 25 s 12 d 

Wall, H. W.. 21; 11 6 

Wallcroft, Wm.. 7 a 12 d 

Walmsley. John, 11 * 12 ^ 

Ward, Kdw., 28 a 11/ 

J. J., 4 a 8 c 

Walter, 24 7 18 c 

Warren. Frank. 7 ; 12 « 



Tilbrook. T. P., 29 a 12 d 

Till, Josiah. 4 « 8 c 

Tilley, E. D., 7/1 I2rf 

Timperley, Thoa.. 8 » 1 1 c 

Tingle. G.W., 3j 13/ 

Todd. James B., 10; 14 d 

Toft. Lars, 17 7 10 6 . 

Tomlin. A. P., 14 7 10 c 

Tomlins Alfred, 7 7 12 a 

Town, Herbert. 8 a 1 1 r 

Townend. Frank. 11 a 10 rf 

Townsend. Franck, 25 a 12 « 

Robt., 17 7 10 A 

- TraiU.T., 24 7 13 6 

Travers, Francis, 4 a 8 c 

Trevanion, H. A., 3 / 13 a 

Turbutt, Edw., 4 « 12 <j 

TurnbuU, Thos., 16 » 12 tl 

and Soo, 7 a 12 c 

Turner, Ernest. 11 » 12 6 

J. W., 11a 10 d 

J.. 28 a lid 

Thos., 21 a il a 

Tweed, G. T« 31 7 10 c 

UflP, J. G.,28a 11 / 

Umpleby. John. 15 « 12 rf 

Underhay, Emily, 14 a 12 6 

Underwood, Geo., 15 a 12 d 

Usher, Henry. 26 a 12 c 

Utting, John, jun„ 21 a 1 1 e 

Uyterlimmege, H. P. V., 17 j 10 6 

Vaccani, Andrew, 22 a II 6 

Vale, Rich., 28 a 1 1 / 

Vaughan. James, 18 a 12 d 

J. M.. 25« 12 c 

S.andG. E., 17/10 6 

Vickers, Jame% Salic 

Vincent. W. K., 3 j 13 /" 

Viret, E. 8., 17 ; 10 6 

Virgo, H. J.. 21 a 11 a 

Vivian, J. S., 7 a 12 d 

Waddington, Robt.. 18 a 12 6 

Wainhouae. 8. and J. 8., 17 j 10 6 

Waite. Percival 28 ; 12 c 

Wake, T. v., 25 a 12 e 

WaH Wm., 25 a 12 d 



- J. T. and F., 37 13 c 

Warsop. T. sen. and T. jun., 29 a 12 d 

Warih. W. T.. 11 a 10 d 

Wa'kins. John. 21 7 11 6 

Wutson. Keighley and Watson, 18 a 12 d 

Watts. 1).. &Co., 18 a I2tt 

— U. E., 16 8 12 d 
Way. Geo, 21 7 11 6 
WavgcKMl, liobt.. 11 a 10 d 
Wear. Walter, 25 a 12 « 
Webb. Edw.. 18 a 12 d 
Webster, Joseph, 14 a 12 c 

— Wm., 11 a 10 d 
Wehner. P. C. F., 10 7 14 d 
Welch, James, 14 a 12 6 

— Mrs. J. W.. 7 a 12 c 
Wells and Emery, 3 7 13 / 
Wensley, James. 4 a 12 c 
Weston, G. H., 3> 13 /^ 
W^halley, James, 17 7 10 6 
Wharton, Wm., 14 o 12 e 
Whatley, Thos.. 14 a 12 6 
Whatmore, Alfred. 28^ 12 c 
Wheeldon. Geo.. 81 j 10 c 

— Whisstock, Fred., 1 a 12 a 
Whiston, G. H., 81 7 10 c 

. Whitakcs, Hich., 14 7 10 o 
. White, E. C., 16 a 12 e 

— Henry, 11 a 12 6 

— Martha, 4 a 12 c 

— N., 25 a 12 6 

— T. U., 10 7 14 d 

— Wm., 29 a 12 d 

— and Joy, 18 a 12 6 

— Whitehead. Henry, 21 

— Kieh.. 29 a 12 d 



/ 11 6 



Whitehouse, Cornelias. Jan., 28 a 11/^ 

V hittington. Frank, 16 a 12 a 

Whorton, G. W., 28 a 12 d 

Why te. W., 8 a 1 1 6 

Why man. Wm., 18 a 12 6 

Wickes, W. J.. 7 a I2d 

Wilcoxon. Chas., 1 a 12 d 

Wildsmith, Joseph, 16 a 12 • 

Wiles, Wm., 18 a 12 6 

— Wilkie, G., 15 a 12 tf 

Wilkinson, W., 8 a II f 

Williams, Evan, 14 ; 10 c 

John, 7 a 12d 

Rich., UyiOc 

Robt., 11 a 10 d 

Thos., 4 a 8 0—22 »nh 

Wm., 8 a 11 c 

sen., 8 7 13 /■ 

W. A. W., 18 a 12 6 

19 



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[July 1 to 



Bankruptcies {rontmued). 

Willi«ui8, W. T., 28 ; 10 c 

* Wiilianison, A., Iti a 12 e 

—— J., H tf ICc 

J.. &Son, 17; 10 a 

Willis. John, 1 » 12 « 

Willmott. John. 4 « 12 c 

WiUon, A. K.. 29 » 12 d 

D., 1 a i2<f 

E. andS.. 10 lU rf 

James, 1 a 12 «— 16 * 12« 

J.. 11 o 10 c 

Julia, 2b 8 12 d 

* J. T., 15 « 12 e 

Wiltshire, Wm.. jun., 21 a 11 e 

Winby. F. C, 7 ; 12e 

— ^ Windle, Wm., 16 « 12 « 
— — Winning, John. 4 » 12 r 
Winscon, H. W., 1 # 12« 

' Winspear, K. G., 17 y 10 c 

Thoa.. 18* 12 6 



Winter. Edm., 1 j 12 e 

Witt, Wm., 2H a 11 ^ 

Wodehouse, W. W.," 25 » 12 r 

Wolters. H. L.. 31 / 10 6 

Wood. Geo., 26 a 12 e 

Woodham. Chaa , 18 * 12 6 

Woodman. Wm., 28 ; 12 c 

Wright, Alfred, 17 ; 10 c 

Henry, 31 ; 10 6 

John, 21 ; 11 6 

Robt.. 28all / 

Wm., 14; 10 c 

W. W.. l#12e 

and Brown, 11 « 12 6 

Yates. Fred., 8 » 1 1 c 

Yeates, liich., 1 a \2 d 

Yeomans, Chas., 22 « 11 h 

Yuill, J. C. II « 12 // 

BANKRUPTGIES ANNULLED :— 

Barlow, Thos,, 7 a 12 rf 

Barter, Henry, 25 « 1 2 6 

Blaydes, A. I)., 18 a 12 « 

Carttar, C. J., 4 a 8 6 

- Charlton, B.&H.L, 29 « 12 « 

Chattock, Thos.. 21 a 1 1 / 

Cooper, Eliza F.. 25 « 12 b 

Currie. C. G., 14 a 12 a 

Jopes, Enoch, \tS a 12 e 

MPhillips, James, 21 ; 11 c 

Pitt, H. A., 21 a 11/ 

Robinson. Geo., 7 a 12 d 

Spencer, W. and H. B., 1 s 12 

- Thompson, Joseph, 14 « 12 c 

Wardroper, Edwin, 7 ; 12 d 

Bankruptcy Act, Board of Trade Report. 28 s 8 a 
Froceedings. Receipts and Expenditure, 31 

J 8e 

Act. Prosecutions Under, 7;9y 

BANKBIJPTOY OOUBT :— 

Notices of Last Examinations, ate euety 

WtdnMdaya and Saturday's paper 

Abbott, J. N.. 31 ; 16 a 

Angus, John, 8 I 4 a— 11 a 4 6— 12 a 3 e^ 

11«4/ 
Apelt. A. F. E., 16 ; 13 <j 

- Arnold, Wm., 8 ; 4 a 

20 



Bankruptcy Court {roniinned). 
Aylmer, ( -apt. J. E. F.. 12 o 3 « 

Backer, L. de., 21 a ^ d 

Beazlev, Browne & Co., 27 i 3 e— G aZy 

Bedford Park Company, 9 t 3y 

Bii^hopp. H. G.. 1 I 4 o 

Bolunachi's Chocolate Company, 12 a 3 ^ 

Boyce, J. R., 2 i 3 d 

Brandon. Jonathan, 2'3 9 3 < 

Browne and Chatterley, 4 a 3 e— 6 a 4 a — 

2Ga8e— 25«3/ 

Burnitt and Company, 10 a 3 d 

Carter. Ford and Company (Limited), 2 « 4f 

— - Chappell & Co., 19 ; H e 

(narid«e. Capt.. in i 8 « 

Collyer, C. E.. 9 « 3 ^ 

Commercial Bank of South Australia, 27 j 

3 6—23 A 3e 

Courtney— f« Rayne & Co., 10 a 3 « 

Dunbar, Kev. C. G. C\, 7 o 7 c 

Enslon, Edw., 3 / 6 /— 28 « 13 a 

Ellis, C, F., 10 « 8 «-ie « 10 « 

ErroU. G. H. R., 16 s 3 / 

Everett. S. C. H., 27 a 9 «-28 « 4 « 

Faed, J. F.. 21 a 3d 

Fox, C.J., 26o8« 

Foster, Blanche, 10 a 3 « 

Frost. R. P., 14 d 10 d 

General Loan, Discount, Land and Mori' 

gage Company. 10 a 8 d 
Goldsmid, M. J.. 24 / 5 J 

Guiles, A. G., 15 « 3/ 

Hagan. A., 31 1 16 a 

Haider, M. G. C. 10 a 3 « 

Halifax Sugar Refining Company, 9 « 3/ 

Harris and Goodwin, 24>6y— 8i> 16 o— 

26 « 3/* 
Hartopp, Sir J. W. C, 27 a 9 e 

Harvey, P. P.. 7 « 7 c 

Havilland, J. de S. de, 7 > 4 6 

Headley. Lord. 15 ; 3 /— 17 ; 5 c 

Howard, Geo., & Co., 14 t SJ 

Howatson, G. S., 10 ; 6 e 

Hudson*s Steam Biscuit Company, 30> 3 d 

Hunt, J. R.. 30 ; 13 c 

H uon and (^oUett, laic 

King, Sir R. D., 28 ; 3 «-24 a 6 s -28 a 13 

a— 11 s 4/ 

Laver. Chas., 23 s 4 e 

Lennox, Lord H. G., 1 i 4 a— 16^ 13 c— 20 

; 3/— 6 /I 3 /—i 1 a 4 6-18 # 4 e 

London Central Club, 2 » 4 /* 

Mackessack, Brothers, 14 a 10 d— 18 s 4 s 

Matlock Bath Waterworks Company, 11a 

8e 

Mattos, W. N. de, 16/18 c— 5 a 3 e 

Mawddach Mining Company, 9 a 3 6 

M-Henry, James, 8 ; 4 a — 13 ; 4 a 

ex parte Mein^r« Ridgway v, Ridgway, 6 

; 4 c 
ex parte Morris— rv Meyer, Morris & Co,, 4 

aZe 

Muscott. E. and F. B.. 23 ; 3 « 

Naval and Military Publishing Company, 

12 a 3 <T 
Neil^herry and Southern India Lands In« 

vestment Company, 2 a 8 6 



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Bftnkraptcy Gomrt {rontinwd). 

Newman. N., and cVimpany, 27 ; 3 c 

Pappa, D. G.. 2 ; 3 d 

- Payne and Courtney, 13 a 5 /* 

Peckham and East Dulwich Tramways 

Company, IQrr 3 « 

Pike. Wm.. 11*4/ 

Primro-e Pre^s Airency Company. 10 ; 3 e 

- Queensland Lteani hliipping Company, 12 
a 3r 

e;r pf%rU Rawlings^re Cleave. 9i 3 i 

Kose. Abrahan). 28 ; 3./ 

Sandys, Hon. A. M., 1 1 a 4 A 

Schumacher. B. C. & Co., 1 1 a 4 a— 4 « ZJ 

Seymour W., 19 u 8 A 

Sheridan. I>. P., 4 n 3« 

Shipway and Waodrow. fi 7 4 c 

Small, T. H. and G., 13 a 9 6 

Solly. H. E., 28 ; 8 / 

South Durham Brewery Company, 9 a 3 u 

Stead, J. K., 23 * 4 «-3j) » 8 </ 

Stone. C. K. B.. 9 « 3 a 

Stripp and Wyatt. 21 « 4 d 

"- — Thomson, G. A.. 7 ; 4 /* 

Timmins. Thos., 19 « H h 

Trevanion. H. A.. 14 ; 12 c 

^— Universal Steam Shipping Company, 11 o3« 

Vacuum Pump and loe Machine Company, 

12a3<: 

— f Van Hoorn and Nienieyer, 17 o 4 e 

VVaugh, James, 3 « 9 c 

Weil, Solomon, 21 jl 1 / 

•- Wells and Dixon, 6 a 4 a 

West Lancashire Railway Company, 2 a 8 A 

Wimby. F. ('., 2 7 8 d 

tx p trie Witlirtin re Tollmache. 21 > 11 / 

-> Woolf, C. M., 14/ 12r 

Banttead Commons. 2(; , 7 U 

Barking an Appeal froMi. M) r \0 b 

Barluw (Jame^) on Lonl Salisbury and the Hat- 
field Methodists, 2() o 4 r 

Dr. Barnardo's Homes. Vi^tit of the Duchess of 
Teck to Uawkhurst to Open the '* Babies' 
Castle,*' 10'i9 / 

Barrett (Wilson) Farewfll Supper to. 13 n 4 r 

- Luncheon to, at the Great Northern Hotel. 
9«5/ 

Barrett's Brewery and Bottling Company, 22 ; 1 1 « 
Barry (H. B.) on Antiquities at Athens. 13 « 3 s 
Bartley (^G. C. T.; on tiie Currency Question. 17 

a 13c 
Batoum, Address to the Czar from Russian 

Merchants on Closing 2 « 6 // 
and the Benin Tieaty. 9 ; 5 a— 10 ; 7 a— 13 

16a— 16; 6 6 

- and Cyprus. Note on. 1 7 ; fi a 

^— Mr. Gladstone's lmp<iteiice in the Matter. 7 

i 5 a 

Imperinl Ukase on Closing the Port. 15 ;5« 

and Italy. 17y«> c/ 

Memorandum Sent tu the Powers on the 

Closing the Port, 20 / o a 

from the Moscow G'tz^ tte, }2 j 9 f 

Parliamentary Paper on the Port of, 21 a 

7e 
^— the Press on the Procedure, 14^" 5 c— 16 ; 5 



Batoum. Question and Italy. 17 j d d 

- • Russian Account of, \2 a 12 6 

and the Russian Policy, Note on, 27 ; 7 /• 

— Russia Closes it as a I'ree Port, 7 j 5 a — 13 

/ 5 A 
BatemHn (K. A.) on the Rugby v. Marlborough 

Cricket Match, SI j 9 d 
Buih Horse Show. 9 « 7 «--10 « 8/ 

Order* of. C/onferred. 2« ; 9 e 

a I'erniMnent Muxeuni for, Sir T. W. Hol» 

burne's Htquest to, 17 ; He 

Bathers, a Word of Warning to. Notes on, 8 s 3 

/— S» s <) «/-20 8 4 / 
Batten ( 11. C. ) on Lord Wolverton and the Elec-> 

tions. 22 i tie 
Kayreuth. Wagner's Representation. 6 « 6 cf 
Bayne (Uev, G. S.) on the Poor Clergy Holiday 

Fund. 1 7 ; ti 8 
Bavaria— (Hosing of the Diet by the Prince Re^ 

gent. 2 1 o h 

Miscellaneous News. 27 s H A 

Opening of the Palaces to the Public. 31 ; 

7c 
Resignatitm of Ministers not Aooepted, 7ind 

and the Vatican, 14 ;6«— 31 7 7 </ -25 n \()o 

Beaconsfleld Club. Linveihng of a Portrait of the 

Karl of Iddesleigh at, 24 a ii b 
Beale (K. J.) on the Adulteration of Coffee, 6 a 

10/ 
Beauregard (H.) Paper on Montreal, at the 

British Assotriation, 7 s \{) b 
Beck (J.) on C^issold Park. 28 » 3 / 
Bedford (Bp.) on the Church in East London. \Q 

(Duke of) Dinner Party. 2 ? 6 / 

Heeuher (liev. M, W.) t»n Home Rule, 7 J 6 c 
al Kxeter Hall. 20 / 5 « 

Invited to the National EistedJfod, Reply 

Fei' £ ot), 3 .. S* // 

- — M »venn ntJ» t»f Xc. 16/3 A 

Begg (A.) Paper on Emigration to Canada, 26^ 

•1 r 
BELQIUM I <- 

- Annual Congress of School Teachers at 
Namnr. 8 « 5 / 

Kifle Shooting Match at Brussels. 8 s o / 

Canon Bernard Probccuted and Sentenced 

for Breach of Tru.sl. 3 / 7 ^ 

Appeal^ against the Decision, \5 f 5 d 



('a!<e of M. Koiivaux, 24 « 3 </ 

Brussels to be Lighted by the Electric 

Light, 3 ^/ 3 a 

Catholic Congress on Social Work in, 27 s 

6 c- 

- (\illieries in. 3 /r 3 d 

Coiigreiis of Advocates in, 27 ; 5 s 

Court News. 30 ; 5 c— IG a ti m— IG s 3 * -. 

27 a (> a -29 « t> u 

Disturbances at Renaix, 19 / 5 / 

Dog C'aris in Brussels, '6 n 3 a 

Financial Institutions of. M m n f 

Installation 6dth Aimivcrsary of Leopold 

I., 28 7 6 h 
Ironworker in, 24 s 3 </ 

Ismail Psisha in Antwerp. 24 s 8 c/ 

Kursaai at Ostend, Proposal to Enlarge, 18 



s 5 e 



n 



Bel 



palmkr's index to "the times" newspaper. 



[July 1 lo 



Belgium (continued). 

Midwife and her Parnmour Arrested for 

Murder, 8 ;6 /• — 12 ; 6 / 

Military Alliance with Holland Inip<»89ible, 

6j5f 

- — Miscellaneous News, 13 ; 6 c — 10 a 5 r— 23 
a 6 6— 18 8 5 e 

Monumental and Industrial Museum, Op- 
ening of. by the King and Queen, ly r? 3 ^ 

Railwaj' Station at Bruges Officially 

Opened V^j 5 e 

Museum of Ancient Pictures, Removal of, 

6a 5 c 

National Fetes. 19 n 3 « 

New Ports at Antwerp. 18 a 5 « 

Opening of the Belgian ProTinciHl Councils 

8 / 5 t • 

Railway Officials at Brussels Establish a 

Co-operative Society in, beginning with a 
Baker3% 12/ 6 / 

i— > Sentences on Criminals Annullud, 3 fi 3// — 

5 a 5 d 
. Statue of Jacob Fordrens Unveiled in the 

Park at Antwerp, 9 a 5 f 
— ^ Theatrical News, 8*5/ 

- Trial of ihe Robbers of the Abbey of Soliel- 
inont, 7 a 5a 

. of the 21 Men for Destroying the Glass- 
works at Koux. 30 / 5 c 

Truck System in, 6 ; 5 « 

Universal Suffrage, General Strike of Work- 
men if not Granted, 4^ 6 rf— 6 ; 6y — 31 / 7 d— 
»a6/— 13 ; dd 

Demonstration of Working Men at Liege 



in Favour of. 27 « 6 b 

— and the Vatican, 31 a 3 e— 7 * 5 (/— 10 « 3 

— Working Men*8 Demonstration in Brussels, 
14 a b J — 16 a 5 b 

ArranjferaontH for. Hi g 5 r 



Zoological Garden in Brussels, Establish- 
ment of. H u 5 « 

Bell— Fifth Centenary of ** St. Mary's Bell." 
Brcslau, A al t 

(Sir F. ]).) IJanquet to, by the Drapers' 

Company, 29 / lo ' 

< on the New Hebrides, 21 s 9 a— 25 a 7 « 

- (F. N.) Paper on Remains of Prehistoric 
Man in Maniioba. at the British A.ssocuitiun, 
8« 10/^ 

(G. W.) on a K'elic of : "lemeni'a Inn. 2J> #(» // 

Bellini (the Conipo.Her) Statue to. in Naples. 27 

a3« 
Benbow, Saltwell and Tryon, on Lord Kenmare 

and his Tenant!^. 2 s {\ e 
Bentinck (G. \S.,) on ^i^ Wilfrid Lawson on the 

Bench. 10 a 5 / 
Bentley (Henry) & Co. (Limited), 3 / 13 h 
Berkeley (G. C. L.)o»i the Itnlian Lakes. 7« 12 c 
Berkley (W.) on Church Defence. 23 n 4/ 
Berwick (E.; ou the Adulteration of Uoney, 29 

Bessarabia, the Vine in, \Q a% d 
Biddulph (Sir Robt.) on Cyprus, 137 9/ 
Bigamy, Curious Chaste of, 13 ; I3 d 
Billings (Dr. J. S.) on Medicine in the United 
Btates, 12 a Vic 



»• 



Bills of Exchanjre. Note on, 27 a 9 / 

Birch (Dr.) Medallion Portrait of . Placed over 
his Grave, in Hi^ligate Ometery. 18 n lu 1 

Bireham & Co., on the Case ** Field v. Bennett, 
29 ; 1; d 

Rirkbeek Building Society, 9 \\\ d 

Birmingham Cab Company. 7 « 17 e 

Compressed Air Power Company, Pro- 
spect ies 25 « 1 1 a 

Fatal Quarrel in. 6 « 9 /" 

Household Supply Association, 13 s 11 d 

Indufttrial Exhibition at, 26 a 9/ 

Opening of, 27 ^ t> e 

Liberal Association, Meeting on Mr. 

Schnadhorst's Resignation, 29 « It 

Resignation of Mr. Schnadhorst, the Preni- 

dent. 21 s 9 a 

and Midland Institute, Annual Presidential 

Address, by Sir E. Bramwell, 2i s 10 4 

New Assir^ Court for, 3 1 f 1 1 /* 

Small Arms and Metal Company, 20 a II d 

BIRTHS :— In (Consequence of the Registrar- 
General having a complete Alphabetical \J\»t 
from 1837, of all Births in the British Domi- 
nions, as also of all British Subjects bom 
abroad, which can be inspected at any time at 
the Office in Somerset House, it is not deeiiie«l 
exi)edient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
vertised in the Timex. 

Mavnkievna ^Grand Duchess EUz) of a 

Son. IG / 5 c/ 

Baptism of, 24 ; 7 A 

Ri»h tp-igate School. Distribution of Prises 21 ; f» d 
Blackburn. New Recorder, 2o 4 6/ 

a SufiFagan Bishop for, \7 j 7 d 

Blackfriars Bridge and its Vacant Pedestals, 2'< 

i 8d 
Bl ikisron (K. M."^ on the Church and the Queen's 

.Jubilee. iO ; 8 </ 
Ble^ ton's Industrial Dwellings, lloxton Openins^ 

of, by the Prince of Waies Blind, Uoyal Coiu> 

Miistiion on, i4 « 7 f- 
Blockow. Vau^lian & (\>., I « 1 1 /" 
IslunJ (\V. S.) on rlie Burmese Question. 18 n 7/* 

on England and Uu.ssi;i. 2 m S e 

on a New Dtpartnre. K-< » 7 // 

Blyth (A.; on the N<'\v liibri lc8. 2,3 * 7 « 

Boarding Accou-it, a (^iriniiA. 22 j ['6 

Mokh.ira. NeWj* from, 2n * o / 

Bomk-tl Goods. H» / A /— 10 tt 9 /' 

Boni (^Giaconto •on]UetoiMt<t>n in V^enice, 29.v 7 d 

BoTiney (I'rofensor T. li.) t)n Geology, at the 

liriiisli Associ itto.i, 3 .t •'> c 
tiOwK :— 
the llawkstone and Charlton Libraries, at 

Sorheby'.M. 2(» / 9 « 
Price .Sale liist. 29 / 10 « 

llustoricHl .-^ketches of the English Church, 

in the Preas, 1 7 *i i> / 

Life of Leo Xllf in the Press. 28 / 9 /" 

Liurary Notes, 9 ; 1 1 rf~iH ; 7 / — 2.H ; « rf 

—31 / » e — 7 u II 6—13 n 7 «-2l a 7 t/— 28 1$ 
8 c— 4 s 8 rf— 6 s 10 y — 10 s 8 d— 18 s 9 /— 24 
•5/ 

SirThos. Phillipps's Library, Note on, 17 

aSd 

Price, Sale List of Sir Thos. Phillipps's 

Library, 14 u 4 c 



Sept. 30, 1886.} 



PALMKU S ^Nn^X TO "THE TIMES NRWa!»APKIl. 



Bri 



Books {continued). 

Strood Park Library, Sale Catalogue of, 5 

74d 
— ^ Times Coliinin of New. and New Editions, 

see every dny^s pnntr 
— — Travels and Sport nil Over the World by 

Prince Philip of Cohur^f in the Press, 17 a 5 U 

see also Keviewb 

Boscasile Estate Cornwall, Sale of by Auction, 

lied 
Bottomley (J. T.) on the Electric Resistance of 

Metals, at the Briii-h AMM)ciHti<>n, B « 10 a- 
Boui let (P.) on I'erunan Honds 3) i 8 r 
Bourne (J. J.) on Yonnjj Men in Loridoti. Hi a fJ e 

(Stephen) on Colonial Tariffs, M(» ; (\ a 

Bouafield (VVra.)on the late Sir Chas. Trevtdyan, 

31 ; 11 /• 
Bowen (G. F.) on the New YeaUnd Volcanic 

Outbreak, 11 « 12 e 
Bower (Professor) Paper on Plants and Ants^ 

at the British Association, 8 s 10 « 
Boys (Adm. H.) on Oar Oiins, 30 a S c^9 s]i b 

Rewarded for Bravery. 2 ci 4 / 

Brabazont Lord) on a Ministry of (lenlth. .')0 ># 4 / 
Paper on (ipen Spaces and ^lly^ical Educa- 
tion at the Sanitary (?on{^rei<s. 24 m 7 / 

on Public Play ff round < in Loidon, i\ s T f 

Brabourne ( Lord) on Pt>ers and Elections. 24 / 6 e 
Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co. on Forged Bank of 

Eofrland Notes, 28 ; 11 // 
Bnidfietd College, Annual Distnbution of Prizes, 

6a6 « 

Berks, Examinations, 10 jir*. / 

Bradford-on-Avon. Note on. Ms m <• 

Brady (T. J.) on Loans to Poor Fishermen. A »*Af 

^— Bradlaugh (C.) on Paruellite Designs. 22 ; 

10 « 

and the House of Lords. IS a 7 / 

— — on Perpetual Pen^ ons. 2 s d r ' 

Brain Surgery. Mr. Horsle\'8 Paiients. 17 m 10 a 

Bramwell (Lord) on Father Fahy-the Tiilie 

War in Wales, 27 » 12 6— Ho n 7 e 
Brandreth (H.) on Tirhe Kent Chuiye^. 14 s H . 
Braasey (Lord) on the Yacht Uaces in America, 

29 si d 
on Colonial Defence, at the Roy.*l United 

Senrice Institution, 18/5 / 

— on the Milford llavin Operations, 24 « 3 *> 
on the Heoent Meeting of the Institute of 

Naval Architects, 3 a A / 

Braye (J.) on Clearing: of DuMbins. 15 « II d 

.on Utilizing Town liefu:«e, \i n \2 b 

Bread a Century Old. HI o 3 / 

Brennand (W. E.) on the North Dorset Klt'crion, 
2dj9e 

Brett (K. B.) on Sir K. Hamilton's Positi^'n. 4 u 
12 a 

^— on a New Departure — the Eastern (Ques- 
tion. 1 1 » 8 c 

»— on Russia and England, 21 s Se 

— Bridge- End Asylum, 13 a 7 / 

Bridges (E. H.) on charily Begins at Home. 13 

5 12 6 
Brigg, Discovery of an Ancient Boat at. Notes 

on, 23 a 8 6-30 CI I3« 7«4 r 
Bright (Rt. Hon. Dr. J.) imd Mr. Gladstone, 3 j 



Bripht (lit. Hon. Dr. J.) at Birmingham. 2 ; }0a 

DtMiial (hat He Intends to Vote tor Mr. Pot- 
ter, 2 10 « 

Honorary IVgree, Note on, 7 f.O b 

on the Ii!.«.h Que-tion 2l» / |0 ,/ 

Letter To Mr. I^\*i.H Morris. 16 ; 12 b 

Manifesto to, the R'>SH><fn't ow^ 7 j 5 b 

and Sir C. Rus»ell Not'f on. <i / 5,/ 

Brighton ('o)le^o Distribution of I'rizes, 28 / lOa 

and Hove ( o-o|K'rutive Supply Association, 

23 a II <; 

Brine (Jeyser in Clheshire. 8 /(? » 

Bristol Sieam Nari>faiion (^ompany, 16 a 11 c 

and South Wales Wagou Companv, 26^ 11 

6—31 / 13d -9fi II « 

^— and West of En.i;l:ind Tfinadian Land Mort- 
gage and Inxe tment • oinpany, 31 / 13 e 

Bristowe (J. S.) on (he Tharterhouse School. 17 
i H f 

British AmeHfan Mortgnue Corapaiy. 20 'j 1 1 d 

Archie )lo;;ic<4l Association, Conversazione, 

i» / 5 d 
43rd Annnrd (N)iigr<'8s, 28 ;' 12 'Z 

at Durliam 3 » ; ti « 

Association Arrmgements for the Vinit to 

Hinuinghiini 7 a .i /— lo a Sc — 26 ft 6 a 

C'oncln-linif tJenerd Meeting, y « I0« 

Sir W. DiiWHon'd A Idress, 2 « 10 6 

Kxcnr^iims 10 .« «» 6 

Meeting at Birmingham, 2 « 10 <i— 3 s 8 

fi—4 s »/ -r, s Hi a -7 a \0 «— 8 s 10 a— D s 
h) »: -It) »« '-11 * 3 f 

Ht BriLdton 17/11/ 



Report ol the Committee of Recoinmenda- 

titm U « I0« 

Sermons on, 6 s \0 d 



— Bee-Kee[)er8' Association, Meetings &c., 2 
4t r» i— H a 7 /* 

— Columbia. Forticalions of. 21 / 6 « 

— First Tea Ship from Yokohama Arrives at, 
29; / 

— (^onsuls and British Trnde, see Trade 

— Designs in the Ea«t — ttbout to 'i'ake Posses- 
sion (if Rabbit Isles, 17 « 3 /i 

— Guiana. Note on, 81 ? 10 6 

— Home Rule Association Meeting, 16^8/* 

— lion Triide Associarion. IBu 9 6 

— Medical BenevolentFund, 50th Anniversary 
(tlebrati'M. 9 /o c 

Annual Meeting, at Brighton, II a 8 o-~ 

12 n lOr — l3o4d— 14o iO u — 16o 9«— 17 a 
10 a 

— Museum. Request that each Candidate Will 
Send i.U Election Address to, for Preservation,